Internal friction in solids

Wert, C. A.
September 1986
Journal of Applied Physics;9/15/1986, Vol. 60 Issue 6, p1888
Academic Journal
Presents a review of the development of ideas and techniques contributed by scientist Clarence Zener for the study of the damping of vibrations in solids. Internal friction caused by thermal currents and atomic diffusion; Snoek effect; Zener relaxation; Torsion pendulum.


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