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(1981)A recently proposed model for a continuum with microstructure is further substantiated by identifying the microstructure with dislocations. In particular, the continuum is viewed as a superimposed state made up from a ...
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(2003)Furthermore, our results showed that repeated non180° domain switching and phase transition alone did not result in ferroelectric fatigue. Rather, this fatigue is more likely due to electric charge accumulations at ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200501)We consider the problem of nonlinear steady buoyant convection in horizontal mushy layers during the solidification of binary alloys. We investigate both cases of zero vertical volume flux and constant pressure, referred ...
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(2005)A recently proposed higher order theory including shock acceleration effects for detonation shock dynamics (DSD) is evaluated for PBX9502. Comparisons of detonation diffraction in PBX9502 are made between experiment, ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200306)The topic of this review article is about some aspect of flow during alloy solidification and the corresponding research development that has been accomplished in the recent years to determine the features of such flows, ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200307)The topic of this review article is about some aspects of fluid dynamics during crystallization and the control of such flow by using external constraints such as rotation and magnetic field. Following a brief introduction ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200210)When a body is subject to simple internal constraints, the deformation gradient must belong to a certain manifold. This is in contrast to the situation in the unconstrained case, where the deformation gradient is in an ...
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On nonlinear convection in mushy layers. Part 1: Oscillatory modes of convection. With Corrigendums (Cambridge University Press, 2002)We consider the problem of nonlinear convection in horizontal mushy layers during the solidification of binary alloys. We analyse the oscillatory modes of convection in the form of two and threedimensional travelling ...
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(Cambridge University Press, 2004)This paper presents part 2 of a study of nonlinear convection in horizontal mushy layers during the solidification of binary alloys. Part 1 dealt with only the oscillatory modes of convection (Riahi, J. Fluid Mech. vol. ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200209)This paper presents part 2 of the problem of nonlinear convection in horizontal mushy layers during the solidification of binary alloys. Part 1 of the problem dealt with only the oscillatory modes of convection, which were ...
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(1998)However, as will be shown, Costello's linearized loadstrain expressions for an axially applied force and twisting moment do not satisfy exactly the requirement that, for an elastic system, the work of the applied loads ...
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(1984)Residual stress is defined as the stress field supported by a body in the absence of external forces. Thus, the residual stress is in equilibrium with zero body force, is symmetric, and gives rise to zero surface traction.
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200305)Compaction generally refers to the relative motion of fluid with respect to the deformable surroundings in a twophase system. It has many geophysical and engineering applications, including liquefaction, formation of magma ...
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(1999)A nematic elastomer is a rubberlike solid formed by the crosslinking of a polymeric fluid that includes nematic liquid crystalline molecules. We develop a continuum theory with the basic kinematic ingredients being the ...
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