№4 | Mekhanika | kompozitsionnykh | materialov i konstruktsii
The effect of modification of epoxy binder by nitrile caoutchouc on physical-mechanical properties of unidirectional carbon plastics
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Editorial. In the 5th anniversary of the Journal.
> Volume 5 > №4 / 1999 / Pages: 3-7
The effect of orientation of elastic and strength properties of materials on the impact destruction of orthotropic materials
> Volume 5 > №4 / 1999 / Pages: 8-16
Structure and properties of polymeric composite materials produced by the dynamical vulcanization
> Volume 5 > №4 / 1999 / Pages: 17-32
Blood as a structured media: Rheology of blood and deformability of erythrocyte membranes
> Volume 5 > №4 / 1999 / Pages: 42-50
Application of the method of concentrated masses to analysis of free elastic oscillations of regular girder structures
> Volume 5 > №4 / 1999 / Pages: 51-64
A fluctuation model of stability loss of plastic flow of hyper-modulus composite material Al-SiC
> Volume 5 > №4 / 1999 / Pages: 65-76
Possibilities to control oscillations in systems of machine units with distributed and discrete parameters
> Volume 5 > №4 / 1999 / Pages: 77-86
Some thesis for mechanics of the materials under thermoelastic phase transformations
> Volume 5 > №4 / 1999 / Pages: 87-108
Mechanical and biological aspects of the problem of intestinal anastomosis of humans
> Volume 5 > №4 / 1999 / Pages: 109-135
Application of the entropy discriminant analysis for solution of problems of clusterization of multidimensional data
> Volume 5 > №4 / 1999 / Pages: 136-144
On the loss of contact between die and obstacle during the impact
> Volume 5 > №4 / 1999 / Pages: 145-150
Analytical and experimental study of the mechanical influence of irradiation on the composite elements of structures of aircrafts in flying conditions
> Volume 5 > №4 / 1999 / Pages: 151-166
Numerical simulation of stress-strain state of filament filled polymeric composites under loading up to the moment of destruction
> Volume 5 > №4 / 1999 / Pages: 167-184
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