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The endochronic theory, developed in the early seventies, allows the plastic behavior of materials to be represented by introducing the notion of intrinsic time. With different viewpoints, several authors discussed the relationship between this theory and the classical theory of plasticity. Two major differences are the presence of plastic strains during unloading phases and the absence of an elastic domain. Later, the endochronic plasticity theory was modified in order to introduce the effectdoi:10.1061/(asce)0733-9399(2008)134:10(832) fatcat:artm35dh2nc75k2lcjr4gtajvu