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Viscoelastic Analysis of Rubber

Viscoelasticity is referred to as the property of materials that exhibit both viscous and elastic characteristics
when undergoing deformation.

A viscous material resists shear ow and strains linearly with time when a stress is applied, unlike an elastic
material that strains immediately when stressed and returns to original state once the stress is removed. A
viscoelastic material exhibits elements of both properties and therefore has a complex modulus.

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