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Journal of Materials Science

, Volume 27, Issue 6, pp 1589–1598 | Cite as

Analysis of elastic interactions between holes

  • K. Davanas
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Abstract

The elastic interactions between holes, i.e. Pressurized, equilibrium and underpressurized bubbles or cavities, are analysed. By using rigorous mathematical methods, exact and easy-to-use formulae are derived for the description of the interactions. It is proven that, contrary to previous understanding, all elastic interactions between holes are repulsive. The magnitude of the repulsive force is found to increase for decreasing hole-to-hole separations. Thus bubble coalescence can be severely inhibited, which among other effects can lead to lower material swelling. Finally, the possible role of elastic repulsions in explaining the stability of the commonly observed bubble lattices is discussed.

Keywords

Polymer Mathematical Method Repulsive Force Elastic Interaction Lower Material 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • K. Davanas
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  1. 1.Ministry of DefenceAgia Paraskevi, AthensGreece

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