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Foundations of Solid Mechanics Lambeck K 1988: Geophysical Geodesy: The Slow Deformations of the Earth, Oxford Univ. Press, New York, USA

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Multi-parameter deformations of the module of symbols of differential operators Internat. Mathem. Research Notices 16 847 – 869 10.1155/S1073792802101127

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independent confirmation of the non-linear and variable deformation. With reference to conventional DSC and TMA analyses involving the use of aluminium pans, any small deformations in the pan, as a function of temperature, may not be significant as good

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Atkinson, J.H., G. Salfors 1991: Experimental deformation of soil properties. — Proceedings of 10th European Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Vol. 3, pp. 915

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A simple one-dimensional, axisymmetric model of a gas-pressure deformation calorimeter containing a lumped heat source accounts for observed pressure changes in terms of conductive and radiant components of heat transfer. Agreement is generally good between experimental data and the predicted calorimeter response for the range of source dimensions, heating rates, and test temperatures investigated in the study.

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Chen R 1991: On the horizontal crustal deformations in Finland. Reports of the Finish Geodetic Institute, 91:1. Helsinki. ISBN 951--711--153--3 Gupta H K, Rastogi B K 1976: Dams and

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. Nowacki 2002 Temperature changes in polyamide subjected to low cyclic deformation Infrared Physics and Technology 43 183 – 186

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Ferrill, D., A., A. P. Morris, M. A. Evans, M. Burkhard, R. H. Groshong, Ch.M. Onasch 2004: Calcite twin morphology: a low-temperature deformation geothermometer. - J. Struct. Geol., 26, pp. 1521 - 1529

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lithostratigraphically belong to the Ófalu Group. Previously, the metamorphic and deformation history of these rock types was studied basically from surface outcrops ( Szederkényi 1977 , 1983 ; Árkai and Nagy 1994 ; Lelkes-Felvári et al. 2000 ; Király and Török 2003

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This paper presents a phenomenological model of dissipative losses manifested as heat transfer effects in small linear deformations of solid continua. The impetus is the need for a unified theory characterizing heat transfer effects (called “stretching calorimetry” in the literature) on the mechanics of deformations from a macroscopic point of view, overcoming the fragmentary description of these thermodynamic effects in the available literature. The model is based on derivation of mathematical expressions that quantify the contribution of the heat transfer effects and of the mechanical work in small linear deformations. The formulation has been developed by considering the Gibbs’ free energy and the entropy functions of the body under deformation and applying the energy balance to the continuum. The model has been compared to available experimental data of measurements of such heat effects in linear deformations (“stretching calorimetry”) of a broad range of materials. Results are presented by illustrating force-elongation values under the Hooke’s law, the proposed model, and the experimental data. The calculated model results show excellent agreement with the reported experimental data, for all the different classes of materials considered.

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