Conjugate equation of heat conduction for an isotropic linear viscoelastic body
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A conjugate equation of heat conduction is derived for a material which behaves viscoelastically under both shear and volume deformation.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Heat Conduction Viscoelastic Body Volume Deformation Conjugate Equation
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