Based on an analysis of the accumulated data of the cosmic ray experiments, find that inelasticity K decrease with energy as 0.6E-0.02(E,GeV) and agree with the prediction of statistical (STAT) model,but disagrees with KNP and Minijet model. The experimental data suggest that the bigger inelasticity in the Knee region of the cosmic ray energy spectrum.
Using mechanical model to represent the reduction of elasticity,occurrence of inelasticity deformation and effect of loading rate are proposed. On the basis of mechanical model,the critical value of strain energy density of rock under static-dynamic loading is derived.
Theoretical analysis and engineering application show that the new updated model can reflect inelasticity,nonlinearity,dilatancy and other main mechanical behaviors of rockfill and has the advantage of wide adaptability of constitutive parameters.
A theoretical method on large scale waveform inversions of surface wave for anelasticity is presented from three aspects such as follows:1)The computation of eigenvalues and eigenfunctions leads to obtain dispersive parameters for each mode and also we introduce complex form of body waves and absorbing of the wave energy into denoting anelasticity.
Comparing the stress-strain curves of simulation and the observed results of experiments, we can get very consistent results for both hysteresis and residual strain which are the most distinct signs for the anelasticity of rock.
Tang-Toennies potential model and close-coupling approximation are applied to the inert gas atom and H_2(D_2?T_2) Collision system. The differential cross sections of 00-00 elastic collision and 00-02 nonelastic collision excitation are calculated when collision energy is E=0.05 eV. The change patterns of the differential cross sections for inert gas atom and H_2? D_2?
In computers' quick development era, people may further cognize and deveolp second order nonelastic calculating theory of multistorey and high-rise steel frame via academic analysis and trial research at the same time.
The effect of inelastic interaction between stationary jets in the noncapillary limit was revealed, as well as specific effects of capillary continua, which have no analogs in inelastic collision of isolated bodies.
Construction of gasdynamic equations for multiatomic gases with an arbitrary ratio between the rates of elastic and inelastic pr
An analysis is also made of the need to take into account the deviation of the distribution function from equilibrium in determining the rates of the reaction (inelastic processes) occurring in bimolecular collisions.
For one definite expression for the inelastic scattering transform simple analytic expressions are obtained for the additional terms in the equations of the gas dynamics.
Model of a gas of solid particles with allowance for inelastic collisions
Effect of magnetic field on anelasticity of KBr crystals
The nonlinear anelasticity of the martensitic phase was studied in wide ranges of temperature (7-300 K) and vibrational strain amplitude (2 × 10-7 -2 × 10-4) at vibrational-loading frequencies of ～100 kHz.
Elasticity and anelasticity of microcrystalline aluminum samples having various deformation and thermal histories
Anelasticity due to stress-induced ordering of hydrogen vacancies in β-phase palladium hydride
The mean energy for mesons emitted in each jet is calculated after introduction of the anelasticity coefficient; it is inferred that the values for said energy in the low multiplicity jets are slightly greater than in high multiplicity jets.
In this case some of the nonelastic collision integrals is also taken into account in calculating the transport coefficients.
Velocity fluctuations and nonelastic collisions of fragments or their aggregates lead to the liquefaction of the clastic mass-flow, providing its travel over a long distance and simultaneously producing its sorting and stratification.
Electron nonelastic scattering by confined and interface polar optical phonons in a modulation-doped AlGaAs/GaAs/AlGaAs quantum
Strongly nonlinear theory of nanostructure formation owing to elastic and nonelastic strains in crystalline solids
We develop an essentially nonlinear theory of elastic and nonelastic microstrains resulting in the formation of nanostructures.