anelastic

anelastic

(ˌænɪˈlæstɪk)
adj
relating to anelasticity
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1 as stress versus strain and anelastic volumetric strain versus strain curves.
After setting out their materials and method, they cover the structure and anelasticity of the three intermetallic compounds, anelastic relaxation mechanisms in iron and its alloys, and ternary iron-based alloys: structure induced anelasticity.
Hirao, "Elastic, anelastic, and piezoelectric coefficients of GaN," Journal of Applied Physics, vol.
The third goal refers to the possible extension of the theory to mixtures formed by hard-spheres of different masses and diameter which possibly undergo both elastic and anelastic collisions.
Bereteu, "Identification of nonlinear anelastic models," Journal of Physics: Conference Series, vol.
Elastic, anelastic, and piezoelectric coefficients of alpha-quartz determined by resonance ultrasound spectroscopy, J.
It is a nonhydrostatic anelastic numerical model, able to simulate the atmospheric motions, ranging from synoptic scale (hundreds of kilometers) to microscale (tens of meters), with a comprehensive physical package and an ensemble of facilities to prepare initial states, either idealized or interpolated from real meteorological analyses or forecasts.
Mainardi, "Linear models of dissipation in anelastic solids," La Rivista del Nuovo Cimento, vol.