by Bob McGinty
Publisher: ContinuumMechanics.org 2014
Number of pages: 336
This website presents the principles of finite deformation continuum mechanics with many example applications to metals and incompressible viscoelastic materials (rubber). It can serve as lecture notes for a graduate level course in continuum mechanics for engineers interested in the subject.
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