The exhaustive list of topics in Viscoelasticity in which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows:

• Viscoelasticity:
• Continuum Mechanics
• Concept of Stress and Strain.
• Eulerian and Lagrangian frame.
• Kinematics.
• Balance Equations.
• Constitutive Modeling.
• Linearized elasticity.
• Newtonian fluid mechanics.
• Laplace tranform and its properties.
• Inverse.
• Fourier transform.
• Step function.
• Dirac Delta function.
• Stieltjes Convolution.
• Volterra Integral equations.
• Mechanical behavior of real life engineering materials.
• Viscoelastic behavior.
• Comparison to elastic solids and Newtonian fluids.
• What are viscoelastic fluids and solids?
• Experimental results of creep and recovery.
• Stress relaxation.
• Oscillatory shear of polymeric fluids.
• Gels.
• Asphalt.
• Rubber.
• Fiber composites.
• Constitutive equations for one-dimensional response of viscoelastic materials.
• Springs and dashpots.
• Maxwell model.
• Kelvin-Voigt model.
• Standard linear solid.
• Burgers model.
• Generalized models.
• Creep compliance and relaxation modulus.
• Boltzmann Superposition principle.
• Integral models.
• Influence of constant stress/strain rate history.
• Triangular, trapezoidal and sinusoidal stress and strain cycles.
• Complex modulus.
• Calculation of energy storage and dissipation.
• Relation between creep compliance.
• Stress relaxation and complex modulus.
• Characteristic creep.
• Relaxation and process time.
• Constitutive response of three dimensional linear isotropic viscoelastic response.
• Concept of Poisson’s ratio.
• Volumetric and pure shear response.
• Principal directions of stress and strains for three dimensional viscoelasticity.
• Stress Analysis for beam problems.
• Bending.
• Torsion.
• Elasticviscoelastic correspondence principle.
• Limits on its applicability.
• Thick walled viscoelastic tube.
• Free and forced oscillations.
• Time-temperature superposition.
• WLF equation.
• Influence of temperature on stress analysis.
• Creep experiments.
• Stress relaxation.
• Wave propagation.
• Dynamic measurements.