# Viscoelastic Shrinkage Stress in Soil-Cement Base

*Engineers generally consider cracking in soil-cement bases to be caused by stresses induced by shrinkage and ambient temperature. When the shrinkage is assumed to be proportional to the...*

Asymptotic Stability Analysis of Viscoelastic Systems

*Based on the equivalent energy stability criteria formulated elsewhere by the writer and by others, three approximate techniques are presented herein for the asymptotic stability analysis...*

Finite Elements and Dynamic Viscoelasticity

*A finite element displacement formulation is presented for the direct determination of the dynamic response of structural systems composed of linear viscoelastic materials. The material...*

Creep Deflection of Reinforced Concrete Beams

*A procedure is outlined for predicting the time-dependent deflection of statically determinate, singly reinforced concrete beams subjected either to long-term sustained load or to repeated...*

Deformation and Stability of Viscoelastic Soil Media

*Linear viscoelasticity is a more resalistic representation than linear elasticity in studying the deformation and stability problems of saturated cohesive soil media. The linear viscoelastic...*

Large Deflections of Viscoelastic Rings

*A method for the determination of finite deflections and associated moments in a circular ring of a linearly viscoelastic material is presented. The analysis is restricted to small strains....*

Structural Dampers

*The damping characteristic of a particular designed damper was measured. Test set-up and the experimental procedures are discussed. Tests were carried out at a constant frequency and amplitude....*

Linear Viscoelastic Boundary Value Problems

*In most published works on viscoelastic stress analysis the constitutive equations of the materials are expressed in linear differential operator forms. However, due to the mathematical...*

Viscoelastic Properties of Snow and Sand

*The frequency dependence of dynamic properties of the viscoelastic solids is studied based on the theory of linear viscoelasticity. The variation of dynamic moduli, viscosity, and the...*

Analysis of Three-Layer Viscoelastic Half-Space

*The analysis of a three-layer linear viscoelastic half-space under a uniformly distributed circular load is presented. Such an analysis is an essential step in the development of a rational...*

Viscoleastic Layered System Subject to Moving Loads

*A layered system composed of a linear viscoelastic layer and linear elastic supporting foundation is considered—the layer being described by a classical thin plate and the foundation as...*

Viscoelastic Fluid Flow in the Entrance of A Tube

*A semi-empirical method is presented which permits the prediction of the entrance length and entrance pressure drop of laminar flow of non-Newtonian viscoelastic fluid into the entrance...*

Analysis of Consolidation by Rate Process Theory

*The time-deformation behavior in one-dimensional consolidation tests is analyzed by considering the soil structure resistance as a visco-elastic system. The viscous flow is assumed to...*

Vibration of a Viscoelastic Timoshenko Beam

*Coupled equations for vibrations of a linear viscoelastic Timoshenko beam of an incompressible material are obtained by replacing the elastic moduli by viscoelastic operators. Time-variables...*

Viscoelastic Wave Interaction with Cylindrical Cavity

*Stresses at a free-field point and on the boundary of a circular hole in a viscoelastic plate subjected to air shock loading were determined by photoviscoelastic and moiré methods. The...*

Interaction of Continuous Frames and Soil Media

*A solution to the response of fully continuous orthogonal space frames supported on a viscoelastic soil media is presented. Matrix expressions containing slope-deflection equilibrium equations...*

Dynamic Response of Beam on Viscoelastic Subgrade

*Initial elasticity and restricted viscous flow of a subgrade greatly influence the dynamic response of a Bernoulli-Euler beam supported by such a subgrade. The beam is of infinite length...*

Analysis of a Two-Layer Viscoelastic System

*The theory of stresses and displacements in a two-layer linear viscoelastic medium is defined for quasi-static loading, full continuity at the layer interface, and variable material compressibility....*

On a Kind of Hysteretic Damping

*Slightly nonlinear materials and structures with purely hysteretic damping, subjected to harmonic disturbances, are examined. It is shown that a load-deformation or stress-strain relation,...*

Dynamic Response Functions

*Visco-elastic, shear, and rotatory inertia effects are introduced into the Laplace transforms of the response functions for lattice structures. The response functions are written in a...*

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