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Microscopic scale

Microscopic scale

Microscopic scale

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Hi everybody!

Do somebody know here any theory about mechanical properties of materials (plastic, rubbers) at a microscopic scale. Is there any apporximation?

Thank a lot for answer.

Mereaux

RE: Microscopic scale

This subject fills many books.  For what exactly are you looking?

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Cory

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RE: Microscopic scale

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I am looking on contact surface, by simulation and experiments... contact between rubbers. I would like at least to make approximation by theoritical calculation, that is why I need such information on mechanical properties at a microscopic scale. And I don't know what are the theory on this domain.

Could you advice me some of books?

thank you

Mereaux

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