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Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics

, Volume 32, Issue 11–12, pp 930–934 | Cite as

Calculation method for percolation thresholds in modeling porous and composite materials

  • Yu. N. Kryuchkov
Scientific Methods And Properties Of Powder Materials
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Abstract

A method is suggested for calculating percolation thresholds in two- and three-dimensional materials allowing for remote interaction and elongation of particles forming these materials. Calculated results are compared with known data. It is shown that it is possible to use the method when simulating elastic and plastic properties of porous materials.

Keywords

Composite Material Calculation Method Porous Material Percolation Threshold Plastic Property 
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