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(1980)We consider the inverse problem for the propagation of elastic waves in stratified media. The onedimensional inverse problem for the propagation of shear waves is studied in the context of spectral theory. We generalize ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200504)Using a nonstandard version of the principle of virtual power, we develop a gradient theory for incompressible flows at small length scales. In addition to a generalization of the Navier–Stokes equations involving higherorder ...
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(1981)For a special class of elastic materials, the inverse deformation is always possible in the same material. This result is used to simplify the determination of secondorder effects in problems for this special class. The ...
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(1970)
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(American Institute of Physics, 2002)A theory of stationary particle size distributions in coagulating systems with particle injection at small sizes is constructed. The size distributions have the form of power laws. Under rather general assumptions, the ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200107)A theory of stationary particle size distributions in coagulating systems with particle injection at small sizes is constructed. The size distributions have the form of power laws. Under rather general assumptions, the ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200606)We present a sharpinterface theory for phase transformations between the isotropic and uniaxial nematic phases of a flowing liquid crystal. These equations include a supplemental interface condition which expresses the ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200312)We derive a supplemental evolution equation for an interface between the nematic and isotropic phases of a liquid crystal when flow is neglected. Our approach is based on the notion of configurational force. As an application, ...
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Shear interaction of two Ibeams fastened together, one above the other, by varying lengths of weld (1955)
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200007)Polymer gels can undergo a volume phase transition (either continuous or discontinuous) when an external condition such as temperature or solvent composition is altered. This phase transition is either a shrinking or a ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200509)The occurrence of striped domains in stretched nematic elastomers has been suggested as evidence for soft elasticity. Conversely, the neoclassical model of Bladon, Terentjev and Warner, which displays soft elasticity, ...
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