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More About Lindley [1970]

More About Lindley [1970]

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In thread323608 tom1953 wrote, in part:

>>jclarkw, I've got a copy of this publication and, if you can't get a copy elsewhere, I might be able to assist you in some way.<<

Tom, I know this book (which I am still trying to get from TARRC) gives a semi-empirical formula for correcting the compression modulus of a cylindrical rubber block cemented between rigid parallel plates for the "shape factor" of the block.  (I've already found that formula elsewhere.)

Just one more question about this book:  There is reputed to be a similar formula for correcting the thermal expansion of such a block for its shape factor.  I've found two references to the formula on line, but insufficient detail on the shape-factor correction.  Does Lindley say anything about this?

Failing that, does anyone have another source for this information? -- WCJ (was jclarkw)



P.S. -- If there is a way to send a personal message from one member to another through this forum, I haven't discovered it.  Any help? -- WCJ

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Thanks, cloa.

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