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  • 01:58, 30 November 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded a new version of File:Suo fig 5.jpg (Figure 5. Excited by a sinusoidal voltage, the balloon resonates at several values of the frequency of excitation. The oscillating amplitude of the balloon is plotted as a function of the frequency of excitation for pR/μH = 0.1 and ε*(Phi_dc))
  • 01:55, 30 November 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Suo fig 5.jpg (Figure 5. Excited by a sinusoidal voltage, the balloon resonates at several values of the frequency of excitation )
  • 01:49, 30 November 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded a new version of File:Suo fig 2.jpg (Figure 2. Subject to a static pressure and voltage, the balloon may reach a state of equilibrium. The pressure is plotted as a function of the equilibrium stretch at several values of the voltage.)
  • 01:45, 30 November 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Suo fig 2.jpg (Figure 2. Subject to a static pressure and voltage, the balloon may reach a state of equilibrium. The pressure is plotted as a function of the equilibrium stretch at several values of the voltage.)
  • 19:12, 17 November 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Dufresne 2010 fig 4.jpg (Self-mobility and cross-mobility. Self blocks (a) and cross blocks (b) of the diffusion/mobility tensor for equilateral particle configurations. Lines through the data are the predictions of eqn (11) and (14). The self-mobility block is expressed in fixed)
  • 19:09, 17 November 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Dufresne 2010 fig 2.jpg (Velocity and diffusion. Diffusion/mobility tensor for particles arranged in an equilateral triangle as a function of side length, s. Diffusion (mobility) values are normalized to D0 = kBT/6pha = 117 nm^2/ms (b0 = 1/6pha = 29.5 mm/s/pN). Lines through the )
  • 19:06, 17 November 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Dufresne 2010 fig 1.jpg (Mean displacement and displacement covariance. (a) Mean displacement and (b) displacement covariance versus time for each coordinate of three particles arranged in an equilateral triangle as shown with side length s = 4.4a = 2.6 mm. Lines through the data)
  • 21:31, 10 November 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Dufresne fig1.jpg (Fig. 1. Direct measurement of nonpairwise electrostatic interactions.—Forces on beads in pair (first column), equilateral (second column), and hexagonal (third column) configurations, at AOT concentrations of 10 (first row) and 0.5 mM (second row). The )
  • 03:13, 4 November 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:OHern fig 2.jpg (Fig. 2 Definition of the aspect ratio alpha = a/b (ratio of the major to minor axes) for (a) ellipses and (b) dimers. )
  • 03:08, 4 November 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:OHern fig 1.jpg (Fig. 1a. Ensemble averaged contact number zJ at jamming as a function of aspect ratio alpha for dimers (squares) and ellipses (circles) for N = 480 particles.†)
  • 23:33, 31 October 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Dufresne fig 4.jpg (Inverse screening lengths as inferred from conductivity, κEK (solid circles), and interparticle potentials, κEQ (open symbols). Inset: the ratio κEQ/κEK for each concentration of AOT, with a solid line at κEQ/κEK = 1 for comparison.)
  • 23:20, 31 October 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Dufresne fig 2.jpg (Figure 2. (a) Pair-correlation function, g(r), at 50 mM AOT, h = 9 +/- 1 μm, diamonds. Simulated hard-sphere g(r) at the same number density, solid line. Simulated g(r) using the potential extracted from data using the Orstein-Zernike equation, dashed li)
  • 23:16, 31 October 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Dufresne fig 1.jpg (Figure 1. Charge stabilization of a nonpolar suspension: (a) optical micrographs of PMMA particles in pure dodecane and (b) with 12 mM AOT. Field of view: 135 × 108 μm^2.)
  • 20:45, 20 October 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:O'Hern fig 5.JPG (FIG. 5. (Color online) The scaling exponents and the prediction for 1/kdf from Eq. (4). Error bars are smaller than the symbol sizes.)
  • 18:06, 20 October 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded a new version of File:O'Hern fig 2.JPG (Fig. 2: The heteropolymer model in its (a) extended, (b) metastable misfolded, and (c) native states.)
  • 17:31, 20 October 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:O'Hern fig 2.JPG (FIG. 2. (Color online) The heteropolymer model in its (a) extended, (b) metastable misfolded, and (c) native states. (d) Schematic of a first-passage network (black dashed lines) from basin “S” to “F,” superimposed on the complete network composed)
  • 17:30, 20 October 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:O'Hern fig 1.JPG (FIG. 1. Schematics of (a) funneled and (b) rugged energy landscapes. In (a), the depth of the energy minimum that drives folding dE<< DE, where dE gives the root-mean-square energy fluctuations over the given range of the reaction coordinate. In (b), dE~D)
  • 03:54, 5 October 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Stone fig 2.jpg (Figure 4. Experimental results for ethanol drops with different radii, R = 0.88 mm ( ◦, •), 1.3 mm ()
  • 03:21, 5 October 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Stone fig 1.jpg (Figure 1. A component of velocity tangent to the surface can both induce and suppress splashing. Arrows indicate the direction of motion of the substrate. (a) No splash occurs when a millimeter-sized ethanol drop impacts normally at 1.2 m/s upon a flat)
  • 03:58, 21 September 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Dufresne fig 3.jpg
  • 22:50, 12 September 2010 Erussell (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Russell week1.gif (\textbf{Fig. 2} Mechanics of disordered networks. (a) A two-dimensional network of fibres, with the average coordination number (see text) z < zc, so that the network is floppy, is subject to a strain at the boundaries. As seen, this leads to the shrinkin)