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Vibrations Of Elasto Plastic Bodies

Author : Vladimir Palmov
ISBN : 9783540696360
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Undeservedly little attention is paid in the vast literature on the theories of vibration and plasticity to the problem of steady-state vibrations in elastoplastic bodies. This problem, however, is of considerable interest and has many important applications. The problem of low-cyclic fatigue of metals, which is now in a well de veloped state is one such application. The investigations within this area are actually directed to collecting experimental facts about repeated cyclic loadings, cf. [47J. Theoretical investigations within this area usually con sider the hysteretic loops and the construction of models of plasticity theory which are applicable to the analysis of repeated loadings and the study of the simplest dynamic problems. Another area of application of the theory of the vibration of elastoplas tic bodies is the applied theory of amplitude-dependent internal damping. Another name for this theory is the theory of energy dissipation in vibrat ing bodies. In accordance with the point of view of Davidenkov "internal damping" in many metals, alloys and structural materials under consider able stress presents exactly the effect of micro plastic deformations. There fore, it may be described by the methods of plasticity theory. This point of view is no doubt fruitful for the theory of energy dissipation in vibrating bodies, as it allows one to write down the constitutive equations appropri ate both for vibrational analysis of three-dimensional stress states and an investigation of nonharmonic deformation. These problems are known to be important for the theory of internal damping.

Transforming Bodies

Author : H. Steinhoff
ISBN : 9781137493798
Genre : Social Science
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At the turn of the twenty-first century, American media abound with images and narratives of bodily transformations. At the crossroads of American, cultural, literary, media, gender, queer, disability and governmentality studies, the book presents a timely intervention into critical debates on body transformations and contemporary makeover culture.

Fundamentals Of The Three Dimensional Theory Of Stability Of Deformable Bodies

Author : A.N. Guz
ISBN : 9783540696339
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At the present time stability theory of deformable systems has been developed into a manifold field within solid mechanics with methods, techniques and approaches of its own. We can hardly name a branch of industry or civil engineering where the results of the stability theory have not found their application. This extensive development together with engineering applications are reflected in a flurry of papers appearing in periodicals as well as in a plenty of monographs, textbooks and reference books. In so doing, overwhelming majority of researchers, con cerned with the problems of practical interest, have dealt with the loss of stability in the thin-walled structural elements. Trying to simplify solution of the problems, they have used two- and one-dimensional theories based on various auxiliary hypotheses. This activity contributed a lot to the preferential development of the stability theory of thin-walled structures and organisation of this theory into a branch of solid mechanics with its own up-to-date methods and trends, but left three-dimensional linearised theory of deformable bodies stability (TL TDBS), methods of solving and solutions of the three-dimensional stability problems themselves almost without attention. It must be emphasised that by three dimensional theories and problems in this book are meant those theories and problems which do not draw two-dimensional plate and shell and one-dimensional rod theories.

After Death States Of Man S Three Astral Bodies

Author : Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Mabel Collins
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A dialogue between the two Editors of Lucifer, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky and Mabel Collins on astral bodies or doppelgängers. Lucifer was a monthly theosophical journal published from September 1887 to August, 1897, in London. There are three kinds of “doubles” or astral bodies: 1. The most material double: the Protean or plastic body (linga-sharira) of the gross physical body (shtula-sharira). 2. The middle, psycho-physical double: the “thought” or “dream” body (kama-manas), vehicle of animal desires (kama) and worldly thoughts (manas). Occultists call it the illusion-body (mayavi-rupa). 3. The truly spiritual double: the true Ego (monas+manas) is the causal body (karana-sharira) and chief cause of reincarnation, known in the trans-Himalayan schools as the karmic body. Adepts can project consciously, and dying persons unconsciously, an illusory appearance of their person to any distant location — while their physical body is left “entranced.” This phantom is termed mayavi-rupa. The ability to project a mayavic rupa depends upon the plastic power of the imagination and the higher faculties of the mind. Imagination is far more intense in those who are spiritually minded, than in those whose metaphysical part of the brain has atrophied, for it is by this very intense imagination that the former obtain the power of creation. However, when armed with a powerful imagination, a malicious person can turn unconsciously bad thoughts to a lethal weapon. Unless the evil-wisher is a high adept in Black Magic, in which case his karma is delayed, such a wish only comes back to roost. Warning to students of occultism: learn how to adapt your ideas and thoughts to your plastic potency. Otherwise, you are creating things by which you may be making bad karma.

Regenerating Bodies

Author : Julie Kent
ISBN : 9780415688819
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This book develops a sociological analysis of the emergence of regenerative medicine, providing critical insights into what it means to 'regenerate bodies'. It examines how human tissues and cells are being exchanged, commodified and commercialized by new health technologies. Through a discussion of emergent global 'tissue economies', the author explores the social dynamics of innovation in the fields of tissue engineering and stem cell science.

The Dental Cosmos A Monthly Record Of Dental Science

Author : J. D. White
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Genre : Dentistry
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The Dental Cosmos

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Elements Of Geology

Author : Joseph LeConte
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Object Lessons In Elementary Science

Author : Vincent Thomas Murché
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American Journal Of Dental Science

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Contributions To Geochemistry 1949

Author : W. W. Brannock
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Plastics And The Environment

Author : R. M. Harrison
ISBN : 9781788012416
Genre : Plastics
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Plastic has become a ubiquitous part of modern life. A cheap, lightweight material, it is used in everything from food packaging to consumer electronics and microbeads in cosmetic products. However, we are becoming increasingly aware of the problems our reliance on plastic is causing in the environment. For example, recent campaigns have highlighted the build-up of microbeads in the marine environment and the damage this is doing to wildlife, and the problem of marine litter, often in very remote locations. There are also concerns over exposure to plasticisers and their possible consequences for health. The plastics industry is under increasing pressure, not only from the government and environmental groups, but also from consumers, to improve the environmental impact of their products. This book presents an introduction to the uses of plastics and an overview of how they interact with the environment. It is a valuable resource for students studying environmental science as well as researchers working in the plastics industry, and policy makers and regulators concerned with waste disposal and environmental planning and conservation.

Frontiers In Offshore Geotechnics Iii

Author : Vaughan Meyer
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Frontiers in Offshore Geotechnics III comprises the contributions presented at the Third International Symposium on Frontiers in Offshore Geotechnics (ISFOG, Oslo, Norway, 10-12 June 2015), organised by the Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI). The papers address current and emerging geotechnical engineering challenges facing those working in off

The Repair Of Vehicle Bodies

Author : Andrew Livesey
ISBN : 9781136356155
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The most comprehensive construction, repair and finishing of vehicle bodies text. Fully covers the underpinning knowledge needed for the Automotive Skills Council vehicle body and paint operations requirements, City and Guilds 3980 Vehicle Body Repair Competence courses and the NVQ and the Progression Awards of both City and Guilds and the Institute of the Motor Industry at levels 2 and 3. Essential reading for all those involved in the trade and insurance assessment, as well as for professional vehicle restorers and DIY enthusiasts working on the restoration or adaptation of classic and modern cars.

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