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  • Mishuris, Gennady; Movchan, N. V. (2008)
    Steady-state moving Mode-III infinite interfacial crack along the perfect interface in a dissimilar strip is investigated. The crack position is not generally speaking symmetrical with respect to the strip surfaces. Both ...
  • Cox, Simon John; Mishuris, Gennady (2008)
    Simulations of motion by mean curvature in bounded domains, with applications to bubble motionand grain growth, rely upon boundary conditions that are only approximately compatible with the equation of motion. Three closed ...
  • Cox, Simon; Graner, François; Vaz, M. Fatima (2008)
    Using the Surface Evolver software, we perform numerical simulations of point-like deformations in a two-dimensional foam. We study perturbations which are infinitesimal or finite, isotropic or anisotropic, and we either ...
  • Cox, Simon; Kafer, J.; Rabaud, D.; Quilliet, C.; Graner, François; Ataei Talebi, S. (2008)
    A 2D foam can be characterised by its distribution of bubble areas, and of number of sides. Both distributions have an average and a width (standard deviation). There are therefore at least two very different ways to ...
  • Mishuris, Gennady; Miszuris, Wiktoria; Alexandrov, S. (2008)
    The maximum friction requires that the friction stress is equal to the local shear yield stress of material. This law can be a source of singularities in rigid plastic solutions, including rigid viscoplastic solutions. For ...
  • Davies, Ioan Tudur (EPSRC, 2008-02-01)
    One way in which the complex elastic, plastic and viscous properties of a liquid foam can be explored is through the interaction between the foam and an object moving relative to it. This variation on the classic 'Stokes' ...
  • Mishuris, Gennady; Movchan, Alexander B.; Slepyan, Leonid I. (2008-02-01)
    We consider a nontrivial anti-plane shear fracture problem for a double-crack configuration where the remote external load is applied to the extracted mass-spring chain and the displacement field is symmetric with respect ...
  • Wyn, Aled (EPSRC, 2008-02-08)
    Here we present a summary, in the form of a table, of the literature concerning the shearing of foams.
  • Mishuris, Gennady; Miszuris, Wiktoria; Öchsner, Andreas (2008-03-26)
    Imperfect transmission conditions modelling a thin reactive intermediate layer be- tween two bonded materials in a dissimilar strip are derived in this paper. The interphase material is assumed to be heat-resistant and ...
  • Wyn, Aled; Davies, Ioan Tudur; Cox, Simon John (2008-04-11)
    Surface Evolver simulations of flowing two-dimensional foams are described. These are used for two purposes. Firstly, to extract the location of the T1s, the changes in bubble topology that occur during plastic flow. It ...
  • Mishuris, Gennady; Movchan, Alexander B.; Slepyan, Leonid I. (2008-05)
    The paper addresses a problem of partial fracture of a lattice by a propagating fault modelling a crack bridged by elastic fibres. It is assumed that the strength of bonds within the lattice alternates periodically, so ...
  • Hutzler, Stefan; Saadatfar, M.; van der Net, Antje; Weaire, Denis; Cox, Simon (2008-06-20)
    The study of soap films spanning wire frames continues to provide insight into both static and dynamic properties of foams. Experiments show that sufficiently small triangular faces shrink spontaneously, with their area ...
  • Janiaud, Eric; Cox, Simon John (2008-09-01)
    Bubble monolayers are widely used to probe the rheology of aqueous foams, and liquid content plays an important role in the response. We analyse the liquid distribution within three different types of two-dimensional foam, ...
  • Lyamina, E.; Mishuris, Gennady; Alexandrov, S. (2008-12)
    Many classical rigid perfectly/plastic solutions cannot be extended to more complicated rigid plastic materials, such as rigid plastic hardening materials and rigid viscoplastic materials. The present paper reveals sources ...
  • Alexandrov, S.; Baranova, I.; Mishuris, Gennady (2008-12-01)
    If the maximal friction law is applied, then some generalizations of the Prandtl solution for the compression of a plastic layer between rough plates do not exist. In particular, this pertains to the viscoplastic solutions ...
  • Aslanyan, V. K.; Mishuris, Gennady; Hudak, Y. I.; Aslanyan, A. G. (Mnemozina Publisher, Moscow, 2009)
  • Mishuris, G.; Movchan, A.; Slepyan, L. I. (Springer, 2009)
    This review paper outlines several formulations for lattice structures where dynamic lattice Green's functions play an important role in analysis of localization near defects as well as fracture in structured media. The ...
  • Mishuris, Gennady; Mishakin, V.; Linkov, A. M.; Alford, N.; Fradkin, L.; Dobroskok, A. (2009)
    Real-time control of the direction of a propagating crack is little explored area of management of structural integrity. We have examined it with experiments on quasi-static (slow) cracks in PMMA (Polymethyl-Methacrylate). ...
  • Mishuris, Gennady; Plakhov, Alexander (2009)
    Magnus effect consists in deflection of the trajectory of a rotating body moving in a gas. It is a direct consequence of the interaction between the body surface and the gas particles. In this paper, we study the so-called ...
  • Oechsner, Andreas; Mishuris, Gennady (2009-01)
    The gas pressure built up within closed cells of porous or cellular metals influences the macroscopic behaviour during deformation. Another important process affected by internal pore pressure is the roll forming of ...

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