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The fracture of sea ice is modeled using a viscoelastic fictitious crack(cohesive zone) model. The sea ice is modeled as a linear viscoelastic material. The fictitious crack model is implemented via the weight function method. The associated stress-separation curve can be rate dependent. The...
Most current models for finite deformation thermo-viscoelasticity are restricted to linear evolution laws for the viscous behaviour and to thermorheologically simple materials. In this paper, we extend a model for finite deformation viscoelasticity that utilizes a nonlinear evolution law to...
A numerical procedure to study one-dimensional waves in a rod, taking into account arbitrary rheological properties, is considered. The procedure is based on direct mathematical modelling of wave propagation in a rod of variable crosssection. Elastic-viscoplastic waves resulting from the impact...
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