Extensibility and Compressibility in One-Dimensional Structures Cables, Tension Rods, Compression Rods, Frames, and Arches by John V. Huddleston

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Flow is one dimensional in the vertical direction. The coefficient of permeability is constant. The coefficient of volume compressibility is constant.

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The results for the compressibility, effective mass and velocity of sound are analysed as a function of the lattice depth and of the strength of the two-body interaction.

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Compression parameters accounted for the detailed stress-dependent behavior. The assumption that the C ae / C c ratio would be constant in one-dimensional consolidation was proven wrong. Three new sensitivity approaches.

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