Generalized hydrodynamic theory of viscoelasticity
A generalized hydrodynamic treatment of the dynamic behavior of transverse phenomena in a fluid is presented. An attempt is made to describe such phenomena (VH depolarized light scattering, flow birefringence, transverse sound or shear waves and viscous flow) in a consistent manner over a range of temperatures for which the fluid ranges from a low viscosity liquid to an amorphous solid or glass. © 1984 American Institute of Physics.
MacPhail, RA; Kivelson, D
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