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Second and Third Order Elastic Constants Determination of an Isotropic Metal

M. Bentahar
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A. Badidi-Bouda, A. Benchaala
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Abstract:

1. Introduction:

2. Linear elasticity:

3. Non linear elasticity:

4. Induced anisotropy:

5. Description of the experimental apparatus:

6. Experimental techniques:

7. Simulation of the longitudinal velocity variations in the P^ and P// planes:

8. Experimental results :

9. Conclusion:

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