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This study examines the unique changes that occur in materials when they are subjected to unequal compressions. It specifically explores the problem caused by cylindrical material, which is more strongly compressed along its length than its radius, and therefore in a state of nonequilibrium.

CHEMICAL CHANGE IN DEFORMING MATERIALS

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CHEMICAL CHANGE IN DEFORMING MATERIALS

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

 

SERIES: OXFORD MONOGRAPHS ON GEOLOGY & GEOPHYSICS 
YEAR: 1993
SIZE: 234 x 156
BINDING: Hardback
ISBN: 9780195067644
TYPE: Professional and Vocational

 

 

 

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This study examines the unique changes that occur in materials when they are subjected to unequal compressions. It specifically explores the problem caused by cylindrical material, which is more strongly compressed along its length than its radius, and therefore in a state of nonequilibrium.

 

 

 

 


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