Application of an Innovate Energy Balance to Investigate Viscoelastic Problems
Keywords:Energy Balance; Residual Energy; Non-inertial energy; Viscoelasticity
Modeling and investigating of energy distribution especially the wasted one is very important in viscoelastic problems. In this article, an applied energy model based on separation of energy components of the system is extracted and expanded to apply in linear viscoelastic problems, although this method is applicable in nonlinear problems as well. It is assumed that the whole energy of the system can be divided into two parts: Residual and non-inertial energies. The non-inertial energy is the sum of the energies that do not depend on the inertia of the system, while residual energy is the remaining of total energy. When an amount of energy is applied to the system, by determining the non-inertial energy from a novel energy conservation equation, the residual energy can be calculated. Some basic viscoelastic examples are investigated and obtained results will be compared with the expected ones.
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