Rheological implications of completely monotone fading memory
In the constitutive equation modeling of a (linear) viscoelastic material, the “fading memory” of the relaxation modulusG(t) is a fundamental concept that dates back to Boltzmann [Ann. Phys. Chem. 7, 624 (1876)]. There have been various proposals that range from the experimental and pragmatic to the theoretical about how fading memory should be defined. However, if, as is common in the rheological literature, one assumes that G(t) has the following relaxation spectrum representation:...[Show more]
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