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Mechanical properties of copper have been studied using effective-medium theory and Molecular-Dynamics simulations. At room temperature we calculate the tensile moduli of systems that are elongated along different crystal orientations. These moduli are in very good agreement with the experimental values, the difference being less than 6%. The elastic constants obtained from simulations were also in good agreement with experiments. In addition, the point of maximum stress is found to be of thedoi:10.1209/epl/i1998-00142-5 fatcat:wuqajfugo5fpdj7aikdvh4jlra