A nanoscale perspective on the effects of transverse microprestress on drying creep of nanoporous solids

@article{Sinko2018ANP,
  title={A nanoscale perspective on the effects of transverse microprestress on drying creep of nanoporous solids},
  author={Robert Sinko and Zdenek P. Bazant and Sinan Keten},
  journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences},
  year={2018},
  volume={474}
}
The Pickett effect describes the excess non-additive strain developed during drying of a nanoporous solid material under creep. One explanation for its origins, developed using micromechanical models, is the progressive relaxation of internally developed microprestress. However, these models have not explicitly considered the effects of this microprestress on nanoscale energy barriers that govern the relative motion and displacement between nanopore walls during deformation. Here, we evaluate… CONTINUE READING

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