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atoms is the Morse potential U = C/0{exp[-2B(x - a)] - 2 exp[-B(x - a)]} (13) where

U is the potential energy of two atoms separated by a distance X, U0 and B are

make ...

atoms is the Morse potential U = C/0{exp[-2B(x - a)] - 2 exp[-B(x - a)]} (13) where

U is the potential energy of two atoms separated by a distance X, U0 and B are

**material**constants, and a is the equilibrium separation of the atoms. We nowmake ...

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These criteria are based on Griffith's calculation of the strain energy change in a

stressed

20) for the fracture stress 5f in a

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These criteria are based on Griffith's calculation of the strain energy change in a

stressed

**material**caused by a crack. Griffith derived the equation 5f2 = 2Ey/nc (20) for the fracture stress 5f in a

**material**with a crack of depth c, surface energy y,...

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In a three-component (

stresses at the joint are <r9l = IE8[1 - exp(-fib) cos fib] (42) and <rei = -iŁ8[l + exp(-

fib) cos fib] (43) where b is the length of the middle section. Rawson's theory has

...

In a three-component (

**material**1 at the ends,**material**2 in the middle) seal, thestresses at the joint are <r9l = IE8[1 - exp(-fib) cos fib] (42) and <rei = -iŁ8[l + exp(-

fib) cos fib] (43) where b is the length of the middle section. Rawson's theory has

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