On ‘Thermo-Rheologically Simple’ Solids
Starting with the results for a non-isothermal finite linear theory of viscoelasticity, a systematic derivation of a linearized theory with infinitesimal deformation is presented for ‘thermo-rheologically simple’ solids. A comparison of the resulting constitutive equations and the internal dissipation with those given previously is included.
KeywordsConstitutive Equation Temperature History Difference History Fading Memory Infinitesimal Deformation
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