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2 MPa) can be approximated by a linear slip law to a first approximation.
The general power-law case can be solved in conjunction with a specific nonlinear slip law, namely:
The slip law versions of public laws are available in official print form from the Government Printing Office.
One should introduce a slip law according to the material behavior associated with the slip phenomena.
The entry pressure drop is more controlled by the bulk behavior than the surface slip law (as indicated by the simulations shown in Fig.
We use a slip law which captures several of the experimentally observed features and assumes that slip depends only on the shear stress through a multivalued relation.
Successive governments have failed to mount a proper campaign of education to persuade the public, opting instead to slip laws in through the back door.