(BQ) Part 1 book "Dynamic mechanical analysis - A practical introduction" has contents: An introduction to dynamic mechanical analysis; basic rheological concepts stress, strain, and flow; rheology basics - Creep–recovery and stress relaxation; dynamic testing.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Dynamic mechanical analysis - A practical introduction" has contents: Time–Temperature scans - Transitions in polymers; time and temperature studies - Thermosets; frequency scans; DMA applications to real problems - Guidelines
Dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) is becoming more and more commonly seen
in the analytical laboratory as a tool rather than a research curiosity. This technique
is still treated with reluctance and unease, probably due to its importation from the
field of rheology. Rheology, the study of the deformation and flow of materials, has
a reputation of requiring a fair degree of mathematical sophistication.