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Local constitutive behavior of paper determined by an inverse methodAuthor(s): John M. Considine; C. Tim Scott; Roland Gleisner; Junyong Zhu
Source: Proceedings of Progress in Paper Physics--a seminar, 2006 October 1-5, Oxford, OH. Oxford, OH : Miami University, 2006: pages 95-98.
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DescriptionThe macroscopic behavior of paper is governed by small-scale behavior. Intuitively, we know that a small-scale defect with a paper sheet effectively determines the global behavior of the sheet. In this work, we describe a method to evaluate the local constitutive behavior of paper by using an inverse method.
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CitationConsidine, John M.; Scott, C. Tim; Gleisner, Roland; Zhu, Junyong. 2006. Local constitutive behavior of paper determined by an inverse method. Proceedings of Progress in Paper Physics--a seminar, 2006 October 1-5, Oxford, OH. Oxford, OH : Miami University, 2006: pages 95-98.
Keywordscorrelation, statistics, paper, mechanical properties, deformations, testing, papermaking, defects, digital image correlation, inverse method, physical properties, tensile strength, dimensional stability, strains, stresses
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