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  1. Sulfur and selenium deposition fluxes simulated by SOCOL-AERv2 in past and future simulations 

    Feinberg, Aryeh; Stenke, Andrea; Peter, Thomas; et al. (2020)
    Sulfur (S) and selenium (Se) deposition fluxes simulated by SOCOL-AERv2 in past and future simulations, for Feinberg et al.: Decline of atmospheric selenium and sulfur inputs to agricultural soils by the end of the 21st century The provided data files include: 1) dep_1981_1985.nc - Deposition for 1981-1985 simulation 2) dep_2005_2009.nc - Deposition for 2005-2009 simulation 3) dep_SSP126.nc - Deposition for 2095-2099 in SSP1-2.6 ...
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  2. Switchable adhesion of soft composites induced by a magnetic field 

    Testa, Paolo; Chappuis, Benoît; Kistler, Sabrina; et al. (2020)
    Soft Matter
    Switchable adhesives have the potential to improve the manufacturing and recycling of parts, and to enable new modes of motility for soft robots. Here, we demonstrate magnetically-switchable adhesion of a two-phase composite to non-magnetic objects. The composite's continuous phase is a silicone elastomer, and the dispersed phase is a magneto-rheological fluid. The composite is simple to prepare, and to mold into different shapes. When a ...
    Journal Article
  3. Rupture speed of supershear slip instabilities 

    Kammer, David; Svetlizky, Ilya; Fineberg, Jay (2020)
    Geophysical Research Abstracts
    Shear ruptures propagating along natural faults or simulated faults in analog laboratory experiments present a wide range of rupture velocities. Most ruptures propagate at velocities below the Rayleigh wave speed and Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics (LEFM) theory has been shown to predict quantitatively well the observed propagation speed. However, early theoretical and numerical work suggested that ruptures may surpass the shear wave ...
    Other Conference Item
  4. The onset of the frictional motion of dissimilar materials 

    Shlomai, Hadar; Kammer, David; Adda-Bedia, Mokhtar; et al. (2020)
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
    Journal Article

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