volume 33, issue 22, P1466-1474 1993
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760332205
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Abstract: Abstract The energy balance model presented in Part I is applied here to data taken from the literature. Care was taken to choose well‐characterized systems to give a true test of the model's predictive character, rather than its ability to curve‐fit the data. The effects of concentration, particle size, strain rate, and temperature on the stress‐strain and dilatation curves are examined. Good agreement is seen for each of these variables. This predictive approach will allow the design of particulate composit…

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