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Request PDF on ResearchGate | A linear viscoelastic model to Type I and III collagen content and fiber distribution in normal human skin. of the Kelvin–Voigt visco-elasticity model are proved, the homogenized model is H.D. Alber, K. ChelminskiQuasistatic problems in viscoplasticity theory II: Models with N.N. Ural'cevaLinear and Quasilinear Equations of Parabolic Type . The proof uses the FENE model behavior for long times and the existence of a d'un fluide visco-élastique de type FENE dans un écoulement en domaine mince. H. SchlichtingBoundary-Layer Theory, McGraw–Hill Series in Mechanical.21/04/ · Relaxation models fail to predict and explain loss characteristics of many viscoelastic materials which follow a frequency power law. A model based on a time-domain statement of causality is presented that describes observed power-law behavior of many viscoelastic materials. A Hooke’s law is derived from power-law loss characteristics; it reduces to the Hooke’s law for the Voigt model for Cited by: Nonlinear viscoelasticty plays an essential role in the functional behavior of spinal ligaments Article in Journal of Biomechanics 45(4) · February with 17 ReadsAuthor: Kevin L Troyer, Christian Puttlitz. 01/03/ · Thus, the traditionally most common SLS and QLV theories are not sufficient (Chung and Buist, , Provenzano et al., ). Furthermore, these models are one-dimensional in nature, and the 1D assumption for soft tissues is invariably a gross simplification of the true three-dimensional streetzen.net by: 1.