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Extrinsic cohesive modelling of dynamic fracture and microbranching instability in brittle materials
Dynamic crack microbranching processes in brittle materials are investigated by means of a computational fracture mechanics approach using the finite element method with special interface elementsExpand
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CONCRETE FRACTURE MECHANICS AND SIZE EFFECT USING A SPECIALIZED COHESIVE ZONE MODEL
The size effect is the change of structural properties, especially nominal strength, due to scaling of geometrically similar structures. Due to the relatively large non-linear fracture process zone,Expand
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A Pairwise Difference Estimator for Partially Linear Spatial Autoregressive Models
Abstract We propose a pairwise difference estimator for partially linear spatial autoregressive models with heteroscedastic or/and spatially correlated error terms. In comparison with other competingExpand
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Rate constants for reactions of the hydroxyl radical with several partially fluorinated ethers
The authors have measured rate constants for the reactions of the hydroxyl radical, OH, with a number of fluorinated ethers. These ethers and their calculated atmospheric lifetimes for removal by OHExpand
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A general topology-based framework for adaptive insertion of cohesive elements in finite element meshes
Large-scale simulation of separation phenomena in solids such as fracture, branching, and fragmentation requires a scalable data structure representation of the evolving model. Modeling of suchExpand
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Discharge flow-photoionization mass spectrometric study of HOI: Photoionization efficiency spectrum and ionization energy
Photoionization efficiency (PIE) spectra of HOI were measured over the wavelength range {lambda} = 115-130 nm and in the ionization threshold region, {lambda} = 123-129 nm, using a dischargeExpand
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A GAS-PHASE REACTIVITY STUDY OF OH RADICALS WITH 1,1-DICHLOROETHENE AND CIS- AND TRANS-1,2-DICHLOROETHENE OVER THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 240-400 K
Rate constants have been measured for the reactions of hydroxyl radicals with the three dichloroethenes over the temperature range 240-400 K by using the flash photolysis -resonance fluorescenceExpand
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Experimental Determination of the Ionization Energy of IO(X2Π3/2) and Estimations of ΔfH°0(IO+) and PA(IO)
Photoionization efficiency (PIE) spectra of IO(X2Πi) were measured over the wavelength range λ = 115.0−130.0 nm and in the ionization threshold region λ = 126.0−130.0 nm, using a dischargeExpand
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Photoionization-Efficiency Spectrum and Ionization Energy of the Cyanomethyl Radical CH2CN and Products of the N(4S) + C2H3 Reaction
Photoionization efficiency (PIE) spectra of the CH2CN radical were measured over the wavelength range λ = 115−130 nm using a discharge-flow−photoionization mass spectrometer coupled to a dispersedExpand
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