Effective Elastic Deformation
In Chapter I, we described properties of the stressed state of a medium and indicated two reasons for appearing or changing stresses. The first reason is the reaction of the medium to the change of shape of its elements. Such stresses are said to be elastic (cf. Sections 4 and 8). The second reason is the internal friction between neighboring elements of the medium. Such stresses expressed through the strain rate (cf. Section 5) are said to be viscous.
KeywordsBurger Vector Compatibility Condition Deformation Tensor Nonstressed State Maxwell Medium
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