The mechanics of slender structures

Modern physics edged mechanics out into the wilds of engineering. But multidisciplinary interest in pattern formation has moved it back into the mainstream, bringing with it interest from other fields — as this summer’s Solvay Workshop demonstrated.

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Reis, P.M., Brau, F. & Damman, P. The mechanics of slender structures. Nature Phys 14, 1150–1151 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41567-018-0369-4

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