elastic solid

elastic solid

[i′las·tik ′säl·əd]
(mechanics)
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Lamb, "On the propagation of tremors over the surface of an elastic solid," Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A, vol.
The ETV C16 and ETV C20 electric sit-down moving mast reach trucks--with super elastic solid pneumatic tires for indoor and outdoor use--now reach lift heights up to 24 feet, transport loads of up to 4,400 pounds and work in aisles as narrow as 9 feet.
Li and Chudnovsky 112] presented an energy analysis of an elastic solid with a crack which penetrates an clastic inclusion using finite element method.
What we've learned is that in some materials--but we think all materials--even at temperatures well below the transition where the materials acts like a glassy elastic solid, the surface doesn't, he explains.
21] discussed reflection and transmission characteristics of coupled wave through micropolar elastic solid interlayer in micropolar fluid.
This allows the structure to behave like an elastic solid, with a stiffness equal to that of much heavier structures.
They can also design the porous elastic solid such that it responds dynamically to temperature, light, magnetic or electric fields, chemical signals, pressure, or other environmental conditions, he said.
This report on natural rubber covers the elastic solid substance via processing of natural rubber latex collected from Hevea brasiliensis.
Shapiro and Kaselow (2005) extended the theory to the case where the pore-filling material is an anisotropic elastic solid.
i] is a fixed elastic solid with no volume forces present and [D.
Reflection of P and SV waves from the free surface of an elastic solid with generalized thermodiffusion.