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Dynamical Theory of Thermoplastic Deformation
1.P. J. Cressman, J. Appl. Phys. 34, 2327 (1963).
2.H. F. Budd, Xerox SSR Report (1964).
3.H. Neugebauer, Xerox Res. Report, 04378.
4.H. Neugebauer, Xerox Res. Report, 04406. H. Neugebauer has recently included viscous effects by calculating the energy losses due to viscosity for two extreme cases: long and short wavelength deformations. By interpolating these results to intermediate wavelengths, he is able to estimate numerically the characteristics of the frost pattern. Neugebauer then argues that these results are essentially independent of the details of the dependence of the energy dissipation on wavelength and therefore that the interpolation method is justified. He further assumes that the deformed surface is an equipotential surface.
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