Q: How do you calculate linear viscoelastic region?

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height + width + depth = linear Previous answer: 45 linear inches

There are linear feet, and square feet, but no "linear square feet".

You don't calculate a linear foot, you measure it. Just take your tape measure and go from one end to the other.

you dont.

It is simply a length of 90 inches.

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D D. Goulden has written: 'Exit region flow of Newtonian and viscoelastic fluids'

height + width + depth = linear Previous answer: 45 linear inches

There are linear feet, and square feet, but no "linear square feet".

The answer depends on which region and on what property of the region you wish to calculate.

You don't calculate a linear foot, you measure it. Just take your tape measure and go from one end to the other.

Viscoelastic fluid flows and deforms like a fluid but also shows some elastic behavior when subjected to stress, like returning to its original shape. Viscoelastic solid exhibits properties of both a solid and a fluid, deforming under stress like a fluid while also maintaining some level of structural rigidity like a solid.

Measure the linear dimensions in cm and then calculate the area using the appropriate formula. or measure the linear dimensions in metres, calculate the area and mutiply by 10000 or measure the linear dimensions in millimetres, calculate the area and divide by 100.

They are viscoelastic materials

Roderic S. Lakes has written: 'Viscoelastic solids' -- subject(s): Viscoelasticity, Viscoelastic materials

45 linear inches is simply a length of 45 inches.

Gabriel Cederbaum has written: 'Random vibrations of viscoelastic laminated plates' -- subject(s): Random vibration, Viscoelastic structures