peteroznewman
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Hi Jon,



I) If I increase the loading by 10, the displacement will be increased by 10 as well, typical for isotropic behavior. And this makes me think that viscoelasticity is not being considered



Viscoelasticity has time as a variable in the computation of displacement, while elasticity is the instantaneous response. If you simulate 100 seconds when load=1, and you compare the displacement results at 100 seconds with the load=10, you should not have a ratio of 10 at t=100 due to the exponential behavior of the viscoelastic material.


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Regards,


Peter