*Viscoelasticity Book Corrigenda*

**Viscoelastic Solids**

*CRC Press, 1998.*

Rod Lakes

Here for example D is a capital Greek delta in Symbol font. If your browser does not have that font installed properly, it may look like a bold face **D**.This is a lower case Greek sigma: s.

**Page 3**, third equation, eta should be 1/eta.

**Page 15**. Sigma sub zero should be sigma (t).

**Page 16**. Equation after Eq. (2.2.4) D t to zero should be Dt to zero

Eq. (2.2.5) dt at right of equation.

**Page 22**, Eq. (2.5.1) add equals sign, s (t) =

In the expression to the far right, -R should be R. The final result is correct.

**Page 26**, Eq. (2.6.14) e s should be e (s) in last term of left side.Eq. (2.6.15) -E2/tau should be + E2/tau.

**Page 30**, Eq. (2.6.39) change K to c.

**Page 44**, a point of clarification. Eq. 2.12.3 is more general than Fung's QLV model andincludes it as a special case for which the shape of the relaxation curve is independent of strain.

**Page 49**, second line after Eq. (E2.3.6) change a viscoelastic to an elastic.

**Page 53**, equation after Eq. (E2.8.2) on the left, enclose the integrand in square brackets.

**Page 58**, top line, dJ(t' - 2t_{1}) should be dJ(t').

**Page 63**, Eq. (3.2.1) add equals sign, s (t) =

**Page 64**, Eq. (3.2.2)Inside the integral, exp(i omega tau).

**Page 70**, Eq. (3.2.24) B (p/2 - d ) should be B sin (p/2 - d ).

**Page 88**, A2 just below the diagram has a - sign in the exponential.

**Page 91**, Eq. (3.7.10) change + to -

**Page 94**, Eq. (3.9.6) sin (w_{n} t) should be sin (w n_{n}t ).

**Page 96**, Example 3.2 line 1, E' + i E' should be E' + iE"

**Page 97**, Eq. (E3.3.3) p A/B should bep A/B cos d)

**Page 99**, fourth equation, change sin ^{2} dto sin ^{2}d / cos d

**Page 105**, Eq. (E3.11.1) change J_{0}toJ_{0}"

**Page 121** Fourth line after third equation, G" should be E"

**Page 123** Next to last equation, G' should be E'

**Page 124** First equation, G_{e} should be E_{e}

**Page 129** Top equation, A should be in the numerator. In second and third equations, add A in the numerator of the right hand side.

**Page 131** Eq. (E4.3.1), G_{e} should be E_{e}. At the bottom, if you prefer more significant figures, replace 0.05 with 0.0477

**Page 132** Fig. E4.3, G_{e} should be E_{e}. In all of these one can refer to shear (G) or tension (E). The change is for consistency.

**Page 135** Fifth equation number from top, left hand side of the equation should be J" instead of dJ'(omega)/d omega.

**Page 140**, third equation in set below (5.2.3) B should be E.

**Page 141** Fig. 5.1, the horizontal axis is the x axis. In the text, (1) should be (a), (ii) should be (b) and (iii) should be (c) for consistency.

**Page 142** The integrals in Eq. (5.3.3) and (5.3.4) are double integrals.

**Page 146** The three equations below Eq. (5.5.3) need a minus sign on the right.

**Page 158** Eq. (5.7.20) x on the right should be z. In text below, z is perpendicular to the rod axis.

**Page 170**, in Eq. (E5.1.2), change the 2 in the denominator to 4. The 4 is correct in the subsequent development, and the final result is correct.

**Page 177**, Example 5.7, E E with (1 + 0.1 i) should be denoted E^{*}

**Page 178**. In Example 5.8, second and third formulae xi, not the derivative of xi; lambda, not the derivative of lambda, since the derivatives are incorporated in the definition of xi via the cube of s. The final result is correct.

**Page 179**, next to last equation add e_{11} to end of right hand side.

**Page 210**, line 4, log time

**Page 234**, in Eq. (E6.9.3) and (E6.9.4) it is the log of the ratio rather than the ratio of the logs.

**Page 239**, reference 6.2.4 to Howard should be ed. R. Haward. Chapter 4.

**Page 330**, last paragraph,S_{1122} is less than 0

**Page 335**, Problem 8.5, effect should be effect of

**Page 342**, Paragraph 2, line 2, isotopic should be isotropic

**Page 366**, reference 9.2.1, add volume 29 to the J. Appl. Mech. citation.

**Page 458**, topexp(+ i omega t), reverse sign.

Many thanks to Professor Charles Bert of the University of Oklahoma, Dr. M. Lewis of Los Alamos Lab, K. Darvish of the University of Virginia; A. Aiyangar, B. Calcagno, R. Delgadillo, D. Kochmann, I. LaBarca, A. Singh of the University of Wisconsin for pointing some of these out.

A point of clarification. In equation (E2.2.3) with the limits in the right equation given in terms of t - T, one may write the limits on T explicitly as from infinity to zero.

A point of clarification. To proceed from Eq. (3.5.21) and (3.5.22), recognize that M/theta is a structural stiffness not a compliance so resonance corresponds to a minimum. For half maximum of the compliance peak, the square of the rigidity is four times the value at resonance.