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Design and Analysis of Materials and Engineering Structures

Design and Analysis of Materials and Engineering Structures Author Andreas Öchsner
ISBN-10 9783642322945
Release 2012-10-06
Pages 180
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The idea of this monograph is to present the latest results related to design and analysis of materials and engineering structures. The contributions cover the field of mechanical and civil engineering, ranging from automotive to dam design, transmission towers and up to machine design and exmaples taken from oil industry. Well known experts present their research on damage and fracture of material and structures, materials modelling and evaluation up to image processing and visualization for advanced analyses and evaluation



Heterogeneous Media

Heterogeneous Media Author Konstantin Markov
ISBN-10 9781461213321
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 477
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Most materials used in contemporary life and industry are heterogeneous (composites) and multicomponent, possessing a rich and complex internal structure. This internal structure, or microstructure, plays a key role in understanding and controlling the continuum behavior, or macroscopic, of a wide variety of materials. The modeling process is a critical tool for scientists and engineers studying the analysis and experimentation for the micromechanics and behavior of these materials. "Heterogeneous Media" is a critical, in-depth edited survey of the major topics surrounding the modeling and analysis of problems in micromechanics of multicomponent systems, including conceptual and practical aspects. The goal of this extensive and comprehensive survey is to provide both specialists and nonspecialists with an authoritative and interdisciplinary perspective of current ideas and methods used for modeling heterogeneous materials behavior and their applications. Topics and Features: * all chapters use interdisciplinary modeling perspective for investigating heterogeneous media*Five chapters provide self-contained discussions, with background provided*Focuses only upon most important techniques and models, fully exploring micro-macro interconnections*extensive introductory survey chapter on micromechanics of heterogeneous media*microstructure characterization via statistical correlation functions*micro-scale deformation of pore space*wave fields and effective dynamical properties*modeling of the complex production technologies for composite materials The book is ideal for a general scientific and engineering audience needing an in-depth view and guide to current ideas, methods and



Computational methods in micromechanics

Computational methods in micromechanics Author American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Applied Mechanics Division
ISBN-10 0791817288
Release 1995-04-01
Pages 175
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Micromechanics of Heterogeneous Materials

Micromechanics of Heterogeneous Materials Author Valeriy Buryachenko
ISBN-10 9780387684857
Release 2007-09-20
Pages 687
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Here is an accurate and timely account of micromechanics, which spans materials science, mechanical engineering, applied mathematics, technical physics, geophysics, and biology. The book features rigorous and unified theoretical methods of applied mathematics and statistical physics in the material science of microheterogeneous media. Uniquely, it offers a useful demonstration of the systematic and fundamental research of the microstructure of the wide class of heterogeneous materials of natural and synthetic nature.



Multiscale Modeling of Heterogeneous Structures

Multiscale Modeling of Heterogeneous Structures Author Jurica Sorić
ISBN-10 9783319654638
Release 2017-11-30
Pages 381
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This book provides an overview of multiscale approaches and homogenization procedures as well as damage evaluation and crack initiation, and addresses recent advances in the analysis and discretization of heterogeneous materials. It also highlights the state of the art in this research area with respect to different computational methods, software development and applications to engineering structures. The first part focuses on defects in composite materials including their numerical and experimental investigations; elastic as well as elastoplastic constitutive models are considered, where the modeling has been performed at macro- and micro levels. The second part is devoted to novel computational schemes applied on different scales and discusses the validation of numerical results. The third part discusses gradient enhanced modeling, in particular quasi-brittle and ductile damage, using the gradient enhanced approach. The final part addresses thermoplasticity, solid-liquid mixtures and ferroelectric models. The contents are based on the international workshop “Multiscale Modeling of Heterogeneous Structures” (MUMO 2016), held in Dubrovnik, Croatia in September 2016.



Gamma convergence for Beginners

Gamma convergence for Beginners Author Andrea Braides
ISBN-10 0198507844
Release 2002
Pages 218
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This is a handbook of Gamma-convergence, which is a theoretical tool to study problems in applied mathematics where varying parameters are present, with many applications that range from mechanics to computer vision.



Micromechanics of Composite Materials

Micromechanics of Composite Materials Author George Dvorak
ISBN-10 9789400741010
Release 2012-12-09
Pages 442
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This book presents a broad exposition of analytical and numerical methods for modeling composite materials, laminates, polycrystals and other heterogeneous solids, with emphasis on connections between material properties and responses on several length scales, ranging from the nano and microscales to the macroscale. Many new results and methods developed by the author are incorporated into the rich fabric of the subject, which has developed from the work of many researchers over the last 50 years. Among the new results, the book offers an extensive analysis of internal and interface stresses caused by eigenstrains, such as thermal, transformation and inelastic strains in the constituents, which often exceed those caused by mechanical loads, and of inelastic behavior of metal matrix composites. Fiber prestress in laminates, and modeling of functionally graded materials are also analyzed. Furthermore, this book outlines several key subjects on modeling the properties of composites reinforced by particles of various shapes, aligned fibers, symmetric laminated plates and metal matrix composites. This volume is intended for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, researchers and engineers interested and involved in analysis and design of composite structures.



Effective Properties of Heterogeneous Materials

Effective Properties of Heterogeneous Materials Author Mark Kachanov
ISBN-10 9789400757158
Release 2013-01-21
Pages 389
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The book contains state-of the-art reviews in the area of effective properties of heterogeneous materials - the classical field at interface of materials science and solid mechanics. The primary focus is on thermo-mechanical properties, materials science applications, as well as computational aspects and new opportunities provided by rapidly increasing computer powers. The reviews are at the level that is appropriate for a substantial community of researchers working in this field, both at universities and in the industry, and to graduate students. The book can be used as supplementary reading to graduate level courses.



Computational Homogenzation for the Multi scale Analysis of Multi phase Materials

Computational Homogenzation for the Multi scale Analysis of Multi phase Materials Author Varvara Gennadyevna Kouznetsova
ISBN-10 9038627343
Release 2002
Pages 120
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Microstructural Randomness and Scaling in Mechanics of Materials

Microstructural Randomness and Scaling in Mechanics of Materials Author Martin Ostoja-Starzewski
ISBN-10 1420010271
Release 2007-08-13
Pages 497
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An area at the intersection of solid mechanics, materials science, and stochastic mathematics, mechanics of materials often necessitates a stochastic approach to grasp the effects of spatial randomness. Using this approach, Microstructural Randomness and Scaling in Mechanics of Materials explores numerous stochastic models and methods used in the mechanics of random media and illustrates these in a variety of applications. The book first offers a refresher in several tools used in stochastic mechanics, followed by two chapters that outline periodic and disordered planar lattice (spring) networks. Subsequent chapters discuss stress invariance in classical planar and micropolar elasticity and cover several topics not yet collected in book form, including the passage of a microstructure to an effective micropolar continuum. After forming this foundation in various methods of stochastic mechanics, the book focuses on problems of microstructural randomness and scaling. It examines both representative and statistical volume elements (RVEs/SVEs) as well as micromechanically based stochastic finite elements (SFEs). The author also studies nonlinear elastic and inelastic materials, the stochastic formulation of thermomechanics with internal variables, and wave propagation in random media. The concepts discussed in this comprehensive book can be applied to many situations, from micro and nanoelectromechanical systems (MEMS/NEMS) to geophysics.



Plasticity

Plasticity Author S. Nemat-Nasser
ISBN-10 0521839793
Release 2004-11-29
Pages 730
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A basic foundation for advanced graduate study and research in the mechanics of solids, first published in 2004.



Micromechanics of Composite Materials

Micromechanics of Composite Materials Author Jacob Aboudi
ISBN-10 9780123970350
Release 2012-11-01
Pages 984
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Summary: A Generalized Multiscale Analysis Approach brings together comprehensive background information on the multiscale nature of the composite, constituent material behaviour, damage models and key techniques for multiscale modelling, as well as presenting the findings and methods, developed over a lifetime's research, of three leading experts in the field. The unified approach presented in the book for conducting multiscale analysis and design of conventional and smart composite materials is also applicable for structures with complete linear and nonlinear material behavior, with numerous applications provided to illustrate use. Modeling composite behaviour is a key challenge in research and industry; when done efficiently and reliably it can save money, decrease time to market with new innovations and prevent component failure.



Shape Optimization by the Homogenization Method

Shape Optimization by the Homogenization Method Author Gregoire Allaire
ISBN-10 9781468492866
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 458
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This book provides an introduction to the theory and numerical developments of the homogenization method. It's main features are: a comprehensive presentation of homogenization theory; an introduction to the theory of two-phase composite materials; a detailed treatment of structural optimization by using homogenization; a complete discussion of the resulting numerical algorithms with many documented test problems. It will be of interest to researchers, engineers, and advanced graduate students in applied mathematics, mechanical engineering, and structural optimization.



The Thermomechanics of Plasticity and Fracture

The Thermomechanics of Plasticity and Fracture Author Gerard A. Maugin
ISBN-10 0521397804
Release 1992-05-21
Pages 350
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This book concentrates upon the mathematical theory of plasticity and fracture as opposed to the physical theory of these fields, presented in the thermomechanical framework.



Nonlocal Continuum Field Theories

Nonlocal Continuum Field Theories Author A. Cemal Eringen
ISBN-10 9780387226439
Release 2007-06-14
Pages 376
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Nonlocal continuum field theories are concerned with material bodies whose behavior at any interior point depends on the state of all other points in the body -- rather than only on an effective field resulting from these points -- in addition to its own state and the state of some calculable external field. Nonlocal field theory extends classical field theory by describing the responses of points within the medium by functionals rather than functions (the "constitutive relations" of classical field theory). Such considerations are already well known in solid-state physics, where the nonlocal interactions between the atoms are prevalent in determining the properties of the material. The tools developed for crystalline materials, however, do not lend themselves to analyzing amorphous materials, or materials in which imperfections are a major part of the structure. Nonlocal continuum theories, by contrast, can describe these materials faithfully at scales down to the lattice parameter. This book presents a unified approach to field theories for elastic solids, viscous fluids, and heat-conducting electromagnetic solids and fluids that include nonlocal effects in both space and time (memory effects). The solutions to the field equations agree remarkably well with atomic theories and experimental observations.



Elastodynamics

Elastodynamics Author A.C. Eringer
ISBN-10 9785885013093
Release 1974
Pages 341
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Encyclopedia of Computational Mechanics 6 Volume Set

Encyclopedia of Computational Mechanics  6 Volume Set Author Erwin Stein
ISBN-10 1119003792
Release 2017-10-30
Pages 3256
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ECM2 is a completely updated and expanded Second Edition of the well-established Encyclopedia of Computational Mechanics. The project has once again been prepared under the guidance of three of the world’s foremost experts in the field: Erwin Stein, Professor Emeritus, Stein Institut für Baumechanik und Numerische Mechanik, Leibniz Universität, Hannover, Germany René de Borst, Centenary Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Sheffield, UK Thomas J. R. Hughes, Peter O'Donnell Jr. Chair in Computational and Applied Mathematics and Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, University of Texas at Austin, TX USA Though following the same structure as the first edition, ECM2 has been expanded from three to six volumes with the subjects "Fundamentals" in Volumes 1 & 2, "Solids and Structures" in Volumes 3 & 4, and "Fluids" in Volumes 5 & 6. It is published both in print and on line. Volumes 1 & 2, Fundamentals , contain contributions related to mathematics, mechanics, and computer science, and are structured as discretization methods, treating approximations with finite differences, discrete variational forms, boundary integral equations and further problem-oriented techniques, and the generation and visualization of geometry; meshes and results; various direct and iterative solvers; and time-dependent problems. Volumes 3 & 4, Solids and Structures , are organized into five different parts, namely, structural behavior; constitutive theories and their implementation; materials and processing; interaction problems; and identification, stochastics, and optimization. Volumes 5 & 6, Fluids, builds on the fundamentals described in Volumes 1 & 2. The chapters in Volumes 5 & 6 fall within four main groupings. The first grouping includes chapters describing additional basic methodologies used in computational fluid dynamics. The second comprises chapters on various aspects of incompressible viscous flows. The third part focuses on compressible fluid dynamics. The fourth pertains to problems involving moving domains and free surfaces, and application areas. With contributions from more than 50 leading experts drawn from around the globe, this is an essential and comprehensive reference for any university engineering department or corporation, containing must-have, up-to-date content of huge value to researchers, students and practitioners alike.