An extended tube model for thermo viscoelasticity of rubberlike materials Theory and numerical implementation

Behnke, Ronny
Dal, Hüsnü
Kaliske, Michael
This contribution is devoted to the further development of the original purely hyperelastic extended tube model, presented by Kaliske & Heinrich (1999), to finite nonlinear thermo-viscoelasticity using a nonlinear evolution law and a thermo-mechanical coupled free energy formulation. Particular emphasis is given to an appropriate parameter identification technique for the thermal field. For the latter, a uniaxial extension test is carried out where the recorded data of the temperature field of the rubber specimen under cyclic loading is used for parameter identification.
European Conference on Constitutive Models for Rubber VII (20 - 23 Eylül 2011)


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R. Behnke, H. Dal, and M. Kaliske, “An extended tube model for thermo viscoelasticity of rubberlike materials Theory and numerical implementation,” 2011, p. 87, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: