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(1985)The constitutive equations for a material which approximately satisfies a kinematic constraint are investigated for the particular case of an elastic material.
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(2006)The concept of a hierarchy of vortices in the physical space of turbulent flows is commonly extended to Fourier space. Through an analysis of Gaussian vortices, we explore the concept a vortex in Fourier space in terms of ...
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(1980)The problem analyzed is that of a helical spring subjected to end couples and forces which produce large deflections of the spring. These deflections are such that the angle of rotation of one end of the spring centerline ...
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(1985)A consistent theory for linear elastic behavior in which the strains are small but the displacements and rotations can be large is applied to the bending of a beam by end loads and by its own weight, and to the bending of ...
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(1992)Cord composites, which are constructed by embedding cords in a rubber matrix, have been used in industry for many years. This type of composite is strong in extension in the cord direction but very flexible with regard to ...
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(1991)A new finite element for circular plates based on Mindlin's sheardeformable plate theory is developed. Unlike conventional plate elements, these new elements may be stacked on top of one another to model laminated plates. ...
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(1994)Castigliano's second theorem is applied to determine the linear elastic constitutive response of plainweave meshes under biaxial tension and bending. Inplane forcedeflection relations are derived through examining a ...
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(1989)In the selfcooling blankets of the Tokamak fusion reactor, a liquid metal, namely liquid lithium, is pumped through a system of ducts to transfer heat and capture neutrons. One of the blanket designs proposed in Argonne ...
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(1999)In molecular dynamics one solves Newton's equations of motion. This is a challenging problem because the number of particles is large (thousands of atoms) but more importantly because stability severely limits the length ...
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(1980)An experimental method to measure inplane surface displacements in opaque solids has been developed. The system consists of combining a pulsed ruby laser source and an optical speckle photography recording scheme. The ...
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