By Pierre-Gilles de Gennes
The learn of capillarity is in the middle of a veritable explosion. what's provided this is no longer a entire overview of the most recent learn yet really a compendium of rules designed for the undergraduate pupil and for readers attracted to the physics underlying those phenomena.
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Moreover, because it represents the toughness of the interface, a comparison among diﬀerent interfaces by their magnitudes would become possible. However, the energy release rate has not been successfully deﬁned for the initiation of an interface crack from the edge in general. 2 Stress Singularity in a Power Law Plastic Bimaterial Like the analysis of the singular stress ﬁeld near the interface crack in an elastic/plastic (or plastic/plastic) bimaterial, there are many unknowns about the stress ﬁeld near an interface edge.
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Capillarity and wetting phenomena : drops, bubbles, pearls, waves by Pierre-Gilles de Gennes