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Based on the second law of thermodynamics, a set of constitutive equations for small deformation of heat conducting, hysteretic materials is proposed. It is shown that the model exhibits elasticviscoplasticfluid behavior similar to Bingham's materials. Therefore, it may be a suitable candidate for modeling the mechanical behaviors of materials during melting and/or solidification processes. The corresponding biaxial and uniaxial forcedisplacement models are also developed and their properties are discussed. It is shown that the resulting forcedisplacement relations are similar to those given by the BoucWen Model; however, certain modifications are needed to make the earlier model thermodynamically consistent. Several numerical experiments for the uniaxial and biaxial models are also presented.
 G. Ahmadi, F.G. Fan, M. Noori
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