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A Generalized Model of a Thermal Shock to Viscoelastic Bodies Based on the Maxwell and Kelvin Rheological Models

  • É. M. Kartashov
TRANSFER PROCESSES IN RHEOLOGICAL MEDIA
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The thermal response of viscoelastic bodies to a thermal shock has been considered within the framework of the generalized model of an infinite viscoelastic region bounded from the inside by either a plane or a spherical or a cylindrical surface. The influence of the geometry factor of the boundary surface of the indicated region on the magnitude of thermoviscoelastic stresses originating in it and on the characteristic features of a viscoelastic medium has been investigated based on the Maxwell and Kelvin linear rheological models.

Keywords

thermal shock viscoelastic body Maxwell and Kelvin linear rheological models generalized model stresses 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State Academy of Fine Chemical TechnologyMoscowRussia

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