anelasticity


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anelasticity

[¦an·ə·las¦tis·əd·ē]
(mechanics)
Deviation from a proportional relationship between stress and strain.
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Creep and anelasticity in the springback of aluminum, Int J Plast, 20(12): 2209-2232.
Topics of individual papers include computer simulations of the interaction of junction disclinations in nanomaterials with grain boundary vacancies, nonlinear corrected interactions of mesodefects and transition to macro-fracturing, high temperature mechanical characteristics of zirconia reinforced with carbon nanotubes or silicon carbide whiskers, the effects of heat treatment on acoustic properties of chromium polycrystals at low temperatures, iron alloys, investigation of the structure and properties of polymer layers on substrates through mechanical spectroscopy, lipidic aggregates, chemical spectroscopy of oil films on metallic and neutral substrates, and a history of the Russian study of anelasticity in solids.
Zener, Elasticity and Anelasticity of Metals, Chicago University Press, Chicago (1948).
To find an equation for the strain response of the viscoelastic material, Nowick and Berry's thermodynamic description of anelasticity (20) is extended to include second-order electromechanical coupling.