### Classical particle in presence of magnetic field, hyperbolic Lobachevsky and spherical Riemann models.

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The article deals with the analysis of the dynamic behavior of a~concrete structural element during fast dynamic processes. The constitutive material model must be chosen appropriately so that it takes material viscosity into account when describing the behavior of material. In this analysis, it is necessary to use fairly complex viscous material models which can affect, for example, vibration damping and the dependence of strength or even of the entire stress-strain curve on the strain rate. These...

Sources of dynamic damping may be various. Mostly, the damping is implemented into calculations in a form of introduction of damping forces, as a product of the velocity vector and the damping matrix in an equation of motion. In practice, the damping matrix is usually assumed to be a linear combination of the mass matrix and the stiffness matrix (so called Rayleigh’s damping). This kind of damping primarily assumes the external environment viscosity as the source of damping, even though the part...