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(1986)Application of the directtimedomain boundary integral equation method (BIEM) to the solution of a number of elastodynamic crack problems is presented. In addition to the usual element having constant space and time ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200302)Effect of rotation on nonlinear solutal convection during protein cystallization is modelled and studied computationally under both normal and microgravity conditions. The axis of the externally imposed rotation, which is ...
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(1981)The use of a computer to analyze twodimensional images, such as photographs of a photoelastic fringe pattern, is explored. The problems of object identification, fringe location, fringe ordering, partial fringe determination, ...
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Configuration Instability and Despin of CrossedDipole Satellites Due to the Earth's Gravity Field (1968)
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200305)By studying the asympototic connection between phasefield and sharpinterface theories for transitions between two phases distinguished only by their constant freeenergy densities, we show that the configurational force ...
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(1997)In this work, an analytical approach is used to develop the equations for the displacements from the loads on a cordreinforced cylindrical shell. The loaddeformation relations are developed by considering the mechanics ...
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(200602)We here develop a continuummechanical formulation and generalization of the Navier–Stokesalpha equation based on a general framework for fluiddynamical theories involving gradient dependencies (Fried & Gurtin 2005). ...
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(2004)We devised two reciprocal experiments to study these phenomena. "EK transmission" occurs when an applied voltage creates an electroacoustic wave; in practice, this leads to thermoelastic motion, as well as electrokinetics, ...
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