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FiniteVolume FractionalMoment Criteria for Anderson Localization
, 2000
"... A technically convenient signature of localization, exhibited by discrete operators with random potentials, is exponential decay of the fractional moments of the Green function within the appropriate energy ranges. Known implications include: spectral localization, absence of level repulsion, strong ..."
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A technically convenient signature of localization, exhibited by discrete operators with random potentials, is exponential decay of the fractional moments of the Green function within the appropriate energy ranges. Known implications include: spectral localization, absence of level repulsion
Nonuniversality in lowvolumefraction Ostwald ripening
"... Abstract We study Ostwald ripening in the regime of small volume fraction and consider spatially periodic systems whose size is smaller than the screening length. Within the snapshot perspective we obtain an explicit characterization of the leadingorder deviation to the classical meanfield theory ..."
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Abstract We study Ostwald ripening in the regime of small volume fraction and consider spatially periodic systems whose size is smaller than the screening length. Within the snapshot perspective we obtain an explicit characterization of the leadingorder deviation to the classical mean
Approximation of a martensitic laminate with varying volume fractions
 Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis M2AN
, 1999
"... Abstract. We give results for the approximation of a laminate with varying volume fractions for multiwell energy minimization problems modeling martensitic crystals that can undergo either an orthorhombic to monoclinic or a cubic to tetragonal transformation. We construct energy minimizing sequence ..."
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Abstract. We give results for the approximation of a laminate with varying volume fractions for multiwell energy minimization problems modeling martensitic crystals that can undergo either an orthorhombic to monoclinic or a cubic to tetragonal transformation. We construct energy minimizing
The influence of bone volume fraction and ash fraction on bone strength and modulus
 Bone 2001
"... Although bone strength and modulus are known to be influenced by both volume fraction and mineral content (ash fraction), the relative influence of these two parameters remains unknown. Singleparameter power law functions are used widely to relate bone volume or ash fraction to bone strength and e ..."
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Although bone strength and modulus are known to be influenced by both volume fraction and mineral content (ash fraction), the relative influence of these two parameters remains unknown. Singleparameter power law functions are used widely to relate bone volume or ash fraction to bone strength
Jamming in frictionless packings of spheres: determination of the critical volume fraction
 In Powders and Grains
, 2009
"... Abstract. The jamming transition in granular packings is characterized by a sudden change in the coordination number. In this work we investigate the evolution of coordination number as function of volume fraction for frictionless packings of spheres undergoing isotropic deformation. Using the resul ..."
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Abstract. The jamming transition in granular packings is characterized by a sudden change in the coordination number. In this work we investigate the evolution of coordination number as function of volume fraction for frictionless packings of spheres undergoing isotropic deformation. Using
NOTE Analytical Relations Connecting Linear Interfaces and Volume Fractions in Rectangular Grids
, 1999
"... The computationalgeometric problems arising when a linear interface cuts a cube are considered. They are of interest in particular for the calculation of volume fractions or interface positions in threedimensional interface calculations in the Volume of Fluid (VOF) methods. Typically, the normal ..."
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The computationalgeometric problems arising when a linear interface cuts a cube are considered. They are of interest in particular for the calculation of volume fractions or interface positions in threedimensional interface calculations in the Volume of Fluid (VOF) methods. Typically, the normal
PARTICULATE TOUGHENING OF UNSATURATED POLYESTER: EFFECT OF PARTICLE SIZE AND VOLUME FRACTION
"... Micron and nanometersized aluminum particles were used as reinforcements to enhance the fracture toughness of a highlycrosslinked, nominally brittle, thermosetting unsaturated polyester resin. Both particle size and particle volume fraction were systematically varied to investigate their effects ..."
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Micron and nanometersized aluminum particles were used as reinforcements to enhance the fracture toughness of a highlycrosslinked, nominally brittle, thermosetting unsaturated polyester resin. Both particle size and particle volume fraction were systematically varied to investigate their effects
ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS in PROBABILITY THE VOLUME FRACTION OF ANON–OVERLAPPING GERM–GRAIN MODEL
, 2006
"... We discuss the volume fraction of a model of non–overlapping convex grains. It is obtained from thinning a Poisson process where each point has a weight and is the centre of a grain, by removing any grain that is overlapped by one of larger or equal weight. In the limit as the intensity of the Poiss ..."
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We discuss the volume fraction of a model of non–overlapping convex grains. It is obtained from thinning a Poisson process where each point has a weight and is the centre of a grain, by removing any grain that is overlapped by one of larger or equal weight. In the limit as the intensity
Volume fraction profile in channeled granular flows down an erodible incline
"... We use a momentum balance to interpret numerical simulations of dense, steady, fullydeveloped inclined granular flows of spheres on an erodible base confined between flat frictional side walls. We observe an exponential profile of mean volume fraction in the direction perpendicular to the base and ..."
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We use a momentum balance to interpret numerical simulations of dense, steady, fullydeveloped inclined granular flows of spheres on an erodible base confined between flat frictional side walls. We observe an exponential profile of mean volume fraction in the direction perpendicular to the base
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