## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 1 |

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In practice , one may have to include the effect of several neighbors because the

neighbors to be included can only be decided by comparing the results with the ...

In practice , one may have to include the effect of several neighbors because the

**elastic**disturbances in the matrix may extend quite far . However , the number ofneighbors to be included can only be decided by comparing the results with the ...

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Equating the coefficients of k ; ? in the corresponding elements of the matrices D (

k ) and A ( k ) , we get the following relations between the force constants and the

Equating the coefficients of k ; ? in the corresponding elements of the matrices D (

k ) and A ( k ) , we get the following relations between the force constants and the

**elastic**constants A + 2D = ( 11 B + 2D = 266 E = C44 F + 2G = C44 ( 50 ) H ...Page 169

Herbert Herman. Let us consider a wave traveling in the yz plane . For this plane

the form of the dispersion relations will be the same for tetragonal and hexagonal

symmetries . Using the Set 1 for the

Herbert Herman. Let us consider a wave traveling in the yz plane . For this plane

the form of the dispersion relations will be the same for tetragonal and hexagonal

symmetries . Using the Set 1 for the

**elastic**constants ( Section X ) , and p = 2 , E ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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