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Module 1: Three-Parameter Viscoelastic Models

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Three-Parameter Viscoelastic Models - Lesson Summary

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Three-Parameter Viscoelastic Models - Lesson Summary

Laplace Transforms is an integral transform that converts a function of a real variable to a function of a complex variable.
In the Viscoelastic Solid Type Response the stress relaxation function does not decay down to zero.
In a Three-parameter Model, you can have two characteristic time scales.
When a function is a convolution of two functions it implies that in the Laplace domain the Laplacians just multiplied.
Jefferey’s Model is appropriate for use in viscoelastic fluids.
There are two characteristic time scale’s the Jefferey's fluid model.
The Two Maxwell Models that are in parallel are appropriate for a viscoelastic fluid.
If both subscripts are geometrically constrained in the Jefferey’s Model then the displacement of the system has to be equally shared by the two cases.