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Mechanical Behavior of Crystalline Solids: Proceedings of a Symposium, April 28-29, 1962

Description: From Introduction: "These first three chapters from a background of introduction and general ideas about dislocations. The next two chapters are concerned specifically with properties of ceramic materials, with emphasis on single crystals."
Date: March 25, 1963
Creator: United States. Bureau of Standards.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Trace Characterization: Chemical and Physical

Description: From Introduction: "This symposium focuses attention on the growing awareness of the necessity for developing and using better methods for characterizing solids. Many of the most interesting properties of solids depend directly upon these small concentrations of impurities and defects, and the illustration of this is a principal theme of this paper."
Date: April 28, 1967
Creator: Meinke, W. Wayne & Scribner, Bourdon F.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Transient Temperatures in Infinite Plates, Infinite Cylinders, and Spheres During Convective Cooling from Initially Parabolic Temperature Profiles

Description: Report presenting "the evaluations of the series which represent the solutions to the Fourier equation in rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinates for the case in which the initial temperature field is that owing to a spatially uniform heat source" (p. 1).
Date: 1958
Creator: Epel, Lester G.
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Theory of Reversible and Nonreversible Cracks in Solids

Description: The Griffith crack theory is reviewed and certain shortcomings of this theory are discussed. A new description for the shape of a crack is given which takes into account the atomic structure of material. Through consideration of the total energy of the system and the shape of the crack, expressions for crack behavior are derived which are considered to remedy the defects of the Griffith theory.
Date: April 1955
Creator: Frenkel, Y. I.
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Description: A discussion of the fundamental aspects of vaporization is presented along with a discussion of evaporation within the theories of solids and gases. Suggestions are offered as to where assumptions might be introduced to describe the phenomenon more completely, and tenative definitions concerning factors which can give rise to vaporization coefficients are given. An effort is made to unify these concepts within the phenomenological framework of irreversible thermodynamics. (J.R.D.)
Date: December 1, 1962
Creator: Ackermann, R.J.; Thorn, R.J. & Winslow, G.H.
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Statistical Summary of Daily Values Data and Trend Analysis of Dissolved-Solids Data at National Stream Quality Accounting Network (NASQAN) Stations

Description: From abstract: A statistical summary of the available continuous and once-daily discharge, specific-conductance, dissolved oxygen, temperature, and pH data collected at NASQAN stations during the 1973-81 water years and documentation of the period of record on which the statistical calculations were based are presented.
Date: 1983
Creator: Wells, Frank C. & Schertz, Terry L.
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The Viscosity of Solids

Description: Preface: This bulletin is a second contribution to the general investigation of the physical contents of rocks, the experiments concerning which follow a general plan devised by Mr. Clarence King.
Date: 1891
Creator: Barus, Carl
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Description: A simplified model for solids deposition in the pot calcination of waste was analyzed, and numerical calculations were made. In long calcination pots of 10 to 12 in. diameter, calcination times should not exceed 24 hours and might be as low as three hours if the pot is kept full. If the pots are fed at a constant rate, the cake might form with a steady state V'' when viewed in vertical section which would progress from bottom to top. Cake deposition rates appear to be independent of pot radius. Several advantages to using larger diameter pots are discussed. (auth)
Date: March 23, 1959
Creator: Whatley, M.E. & Perona, J.J.
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Description: Quantitative data on some of the variables affecting the performance of solid dry-film lubricants are presented. Included is a discussion of the test background, theory, methods used, sample pre-test treatment, and variables tested. (J.R.D.)
Date: April 1, 1958
Creator: Berry, L M
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Reservoir Development Impacts on Surface-Water Quantity and Quality in the Yampa River Basin, Colorado and Wyoming

Description: From introduction: This report describes the results of an investigation in which three computer models were used to evaluate different levels of the proposed reservoir development. One model simulated streamflow conditions with alternative multireservoir configurations; a second model simulated the dissolved-solids concentrations at various locations in the basin; and a third model used streamflows and dissolved solids concentrations to simulate the water-quality conditions within certain proposed reservoirs. This study was designed to demonstrate the application of computer-modeling techniques in evaluating impacts of proposed reservoirs.
Date: 1983
Creator: Adams, D. Briane; Bauer, Daniel P.; Dale, Robert H. & Steele, Timothy Doak
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Interfacial effects in multilayers

Description: Interfacial structure and the atomic interactions between atoms at interfaces in multilayers or nano-laminates have significant impact on the physical properties of these materials. A technique for the experimental evaluation of interfacial structure and interfacial structure effects is presented and compared to experiment. In this paper the impact of interfacial structure on the performance of x-ray, soft x-ray and extreme ultra-violet multilayer optic structures is emphasized. The paper is concluded with summary of these results and an assessment of their implications relative to multilayer development and the study of buried interfaces in solids in general.
Date: April 1, 1998
Creator: Barbee, T.W., Jr.
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Seventh international conference on time-resolved vibrational spectroscopy

Description: The International Conference on Time-Resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy (TRVS) is widely recognized as the major international forum for the discussion of advances in this rapidly growing field. The 1995 conference was the seventh in a series that began at Lake Placid, New York, 1982. Santa Fe, New Mexico, was the site of the Seventh International Conference on Time-Resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy, held from June 11 to 16, 1995. TRVS-7 was attended by 157 participants from 16 countries and 85 institutions, and research ranging across the full breadth of the field of time-resolved vibrational spectroscopy was presented. Advances in both experimental capabilities for time-resolved vibrational measurements and in theoretical descriptions of time-resolved vibrational methods continue to occur, and several sessions of the conference were devoted to discussion of these advances and the associated new directions in TRVS. Continuing the interdisciplinary tradition of the TRVS meetings, applications of time-resolved vibrational methods to problems in physics, biology, materials science, and chemistry comprised a large portion of the papers presented at the conference.
Date: April 1, 1997
Creator: Dyer, R.B.; Martinez, M.A.D.; Shreve, A. & Woodruff, W.H.
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Characterization of Solids Collected from H-Area Injection Wells and Injection Tank Chemistry from both F- and H-Area Water Treatment Units (WTUs)

Description: This study suggests that a strong poitential exists for both chemical and biological fouling of the injection wells at the F- and H Area remediation systems. To further the potential, an evaluation of WTU process chemistry, characterization of the natural groundwater geochemistry, and analysis of microbiological activity should be performed. This report summarizes the results.
Date: April 15, 1999
Creator: Serkiz, S.M.
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