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Poisson's ratio is an elastic constant defined as the ratio of thelateral contraction to the elongation in the infinitesimal uniaxialextension of a homogeneous isotropic body. In a viscoelastic materialPoisson's ratio is a function of time (or frequency) that depends on thetime regime chosen to...
The mechanical properties of polymeric materials quite generally dependon time, i.e., on whether they are deformed rapidly or slowly. The timedependence is often remarkably large. The complete description of themechanical properties of a polymeric material commonly requires thatthey be traced...
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