## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 1 |

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Using these values of P and <70 the

are plotted in Fig. 8 for a range of possible values of m, for two test lengths of 10

cm and 100 cm. The

Using these values of P and <70 the

**calculated**values of aJa0 based on Eq. (26)are plotted in Fig. 8 for a range of possible values of m, for two test lengths of 10

cm and 100 cm. The

**calculated**values of aja0 based on Eq. (28) and using 5 ...Page 132

In the absence of such measurements and to provide a basis for the numerical

values for three of the force constants, namely, D, G, and p. The remaining force ...

In the absence of such measurements and to provide a basis for the numerical

**calculations**in the present paper, we shall assume reasonable but arbitraryvalues for three of the force constants, namely, D, G, and p. The remaining force ...

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25 that the agreement between the

wave is rather poor. One possible explanation could be that the

of the elastic constants do not agree with the actual elastic constants of the ...

25 that the agreement between the

**calculated**and experimental results for the p1wave is rather poor. One possible explanation could be that the

**calculated**valuesof the elastic constants do not agree with the actual elastic constants of the ...

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