## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 4 |

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Average Velocity u Spherical - low solid

Irregular - smooth Irregular - rough Flake - - - - - - - - - - Particle Size — Fig . 13 .

Effects of powder morphology and size on flow velocity ( Hirschhorn , 1969 ) . 2 .

Average Velocity u Spherical - low solid

**density**Spherical - high solid**density**Irregular - smooth Irregular - rough Flake - - - - - - - - - - Particle Size — Fig . 13 .

Effects of powder morphology and size on flow velocity ( Hirschhorn , 1969 ) . 2 .

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Typical results of Ep and

Therefore , the instantaneous value of the Poisson ratio can be obtained by

determining the ...

Typical results of Ep and

**density**vs . – Ez are given in Fig . 30 . Because the**density**increases during compression , the Poisson ratio also increases .Therefore , the instantaneous value of the Poisson ratio can be obtained by

determining the ...

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The relation between Poisson ratio and

p is the

dense material . The exponent a in this relation is 1 . 92 for cold deformation ( Fig

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The relation between Poisson ratio and

**density**is given by y = 0 . 50 ( 14 ) wherep is the

**density**of the porous material relative to theoretical**density**of the fullydense material . The exponent a in this relation is 1 . 92 for cold deformation ( Fig

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RICHARD W VOOK | 2 |

Epitaxial Monocrystalline Films | 10 |

Polycrystalline Films | 37 |

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