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# Linear Viscoelasticity

Elastic Response

Viscous Response

Maxwell Model

Creep

Voigt Model

Relaxation

## Combination of Maxwell and Voigt

Burgers Model

Generalized Models

## Continues Distribution: Voigt

Superposition Principle

Dynamic Response
Input:

Output:
Viscoelastic
body

For a dashpot:

Stress:

Moduli:

Complex Representation:

Time Scales

TTT
(if it would be right.)

It is because

shift

t

1
( K (t ) ( )d )
E
0

E ( I K *)

t

E ( (t ) ( )d )

E ( I *)

If we define

E E (1 *)

1 1
1
(1 K *)
E 1 * E

## and, for example:

2(1 )

Laplace Transform

## Properties of Laplace Transform

Linear Viscoelasticity
xx xy xz

Fx 0
x
y
z
xy yy yz

Fy 0
x
y
z
xz yz zz

Fz 0
x
y
z

## (no time, so far)

1 ui u j
ij (

)
2 x j xi

ij ij 2 ij

(1 *); (1 *)

Laplace
t

( (t )( )d ;
0

( ) (1 ) ;

Laplace transform of
Similarly for

Finally:

ij , j F j 0

1 ui u j
ij (

)
2 x j xi

ij (1 ) ij 2 (1 ) ij

Examples of Operators
c
K (t )
t
c
K (t )
t 0

K (t )

c
; 0 1

Boltzmann kernel

## Boltzmann without singularity

1
t 0

c ln
0
E
No infinite rate of deformation

c 1
1

t
E 1

Homework
Pick a Linear viscoelastic moduli
Solve the Lame problem