The article deals with the special features of the rheodynamics and thermophysics of the shear strain of elastoviscoplastic media in long channels when a pressure gradient is suddenly imposed.
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Dornyak, O.R., Zal'tsgendler, é.A., Khusid, B.M. et al. Transient processes of flow of elastoviscoplastic media in long channels. Journal of Engineering Physics 51, 1272–1278 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00870679
- Statistical Physic
- Pressure Gradient
- Shear Strain
- Transient Process
- Elastoviscoplastic Medium