@article{Golub_2019, title={Towards the solution of creep problems of thin-shelled tubular elements in isotropic nonlinear viscoelastic materials}, url={https://bphm.knu.ua/index.php/bphm/article/view/31}, DOI={10.17721/1812-5409.2019/1.8}, abstractNote={<p>A new approach to the creep strains analysis of thin-shelled tubular elements in isotropic nonlinear viscoelastic materials under combined loading with uniaxial tension and torsion has been proposed. The system of equations that is constructed according to the deviators proportionality hypothesis has been chosen as the creep constitutive equations the nonlinearity of viscoelastic properties in which is given with respect to the creep strain intensity and volumetric strain by the Rabotnov type models. The kernels of creep strain intensity and volumetric strain are given by the relations that establish the relationships between these kernels and one-dimensional creep kernels determined from a system of base experiments. One-dimensional tension with the measurement of longitudinal and transverse strains as well as one-dimensional tension and pure torsion with the measurement of longitudinal and shearing strains have been considered as base experiments. The functions of nonlinearity of viscoelastic properties are given by smoothing cubic splines. The problems of the analysis of longitudinal, transverse and shearing strains of thin-shelled tubular specimens made of “high density polyethylene PEHD” have been solved and experimentally approved.</p><p><em><strong><span lang="EN-US">Key words</span></strong></em><span lang="EN-US">: nonlinear viscoelastisity, biaxial stress state, creep process.</span></p><p><em><strong><span lang="EN-US">Pages of the article in the issue</span></strong></em><span lang="EN-US">: 42-45</span></p><p><strong><em><span lang="EN-US">Language of the article</span></em></strong><span lang="EN-US">: Ukrainian</span></p>}, number={1}, journal={Bulletin of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. Physics and Mathematics}, author={Golub, V. P.}, year={2019}, month={Feb.}, pages={42–45} }