A renewal theory of inelasticity
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A uniaxial, high-temperature theory of inelastic deformation in metals and alloys is presented. The theory is based on a generalization of a creep theory to accommodate time-vatying loads. The generalization is made possible through the concept of an "intrinsic" or "internal" time that arises from the mathematical theory of probability. The inelasticity theory is presented as a non-linear viscoelasticity theory and is used to predict the measured stress relaxation, stress-strain curves and load reversal response for a steel alloy. © 1995.
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Bagley, R. L., Freed, A. D., & Jones, D.