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    • NGUYEN-TRI, P.; SOLLOGOUB, Cyrille; GUINAULT, Alain (Sage, 2010)
      This article reports the preparation of recycled polypropylene (RPP)/bamboo fiber (BF) composite via direct melt blends using a twin screw extruder. The effects of the chemical treatment of BF surface (alkaline and ...
    • CHINESTA, Francisco; ABISSET-CHAVANNE, Emmanuelle (Springer, 2018)
      This book covers the main scales of description of matter, starting at its finest level, the quantum scale, moving through ab-initio, molecular dynamics, coarse grained approaches, to finish at the scale of kinetic theory ...
    • LEBENSOHN, Ricardo A.; HARTLEY, Craig S.; TOMÉ, Carlson N.; CASTELNAU, Olivier (TAYLOR & FRANCIS, 2010)
      This paper presents a crystallographically-based constitutive model of a single crystal deforming by climb and glide. The proposed constitutive law is an extension of the rate-sensitivity approach for single crystal ...
    • MERCKEL, Yannick; DIANI, Julie; BRIEU, Mathias; CAILLARD, Julien (Elsevier, 2013)
      Original constitutive modeling is proposed for filled rubber materials in order to capture the anisotropic softened behavior induced by general non-proportional pre-loading histories. The hyperelastic framework is grounded ...
    • FAYOLLE, BRUNO; VERDU, Jacques (Hermès Science Publications, 2010)
      On appelle vieillissement tout phénomène lent et irréversible (dans les conditions d’utilisation) de la structure, la morphologie ou la composition du matériau, sous l’effet de son instabilité propre et/ou de son interaction ...
    • VERDU, Jacques; FAYOLLE, BRUNO (Wiley-ISTE, 2011)
      “Ageing” is any slow and irreversible phenomenon (under usage conditions) of a material’s structure, morphology or composition, under the effects of its own instability and/or interaction with the environment. Any ...
    • VERDU, Jacques; FAYOLLE, BRUNO (Wiley-ISTE, 2011)
      Natural organic materials (wood, horn, skin, etc.) have been used since the dawn of humanity. Textile fabrication from vegetal fibers (linen, cotton, etc.) or from animals (silk, wool, etc.) reached an “industrial” stage ...