Strength and failure of visco-elastic materials by GeorgiЗђ MikhaЗђlovich Bartenev

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  • Rubber -- Testing,
  • Polymers and polymerization,
  • Viscoelasticity

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ContributionsZuev, IUriǐ Sergeevich,
LC ClassificationsTA455 P58 B33 1968
The Physical Object
Number of Pages419
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Open LibraryOL18173720M

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The text covers materials such as polymers, rubbers, and Edition: 1. Strength and Failure of Visco-Elastic Materials covers the whole spectrum of durability of visco-elastic materials. The title details the contemporary state of the problems and the results of the studies done in the area of visco-elastic materials science.

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Study of the Process of Failure of Materials by Direct Physical Methods 50 (see, e.g., the bibliography in the book[). Time-dependence of the strength under a static load, which has been termed static fatigue of materials, has Murgatroyd[22] has advanced the hypothesis of visco-elastic inhomogeneity of solids as a general reason for Cited by: This book fits a one-semester graduate course on the properties, analysis, and uses of viscoelastic materials.

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