Fracture of Nano and Engineering Materials and Structures
Proceedings of the 16th European Conference of Fracture, Alexandroupolis, Greece, July 3-7, 2006
Gdoutos, E.E. (Ed.)
2006, C, 1416 p. With CD-ROM.
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The European Conference of Fracture, (ECF) takes place every two years in a European country. The 16th European Conference of Fracture (ECF16) was held in Greece, July, 2006. It focused on all aspects of structural integrity with the objective of improving the safety and performance of engineering structures, components, systems and their associated materials. Emphasis was given to the failure of nanostructured materials and nanostructures including micro- and nano-electromechanical systems (MEMS and NEMS). The technical program of ECF16 was the product of the hard work of more than 150 leading experts.
This volume contains two-page abstracts of the 698 papers presented at ECF16. The accompanying CD contains the full length papers. The abstracts of the fifteen plenary lectures are included in the beginning of the book. The remaining 683 abstracts are arranged in 25 tracks and 35 special symposia/sessions with 303 and 380 abstracts, respectively. The papers of the tracks have been contributed from open call, while the papers of the symposia/sessions have been solicited by the respective organizers.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »ECF - Nanomaterial - complexity - composite material - fatigue - fracture - fracture mechanics - mechanics - microelectromechanical system (MEMS) - nano and engineering materials - nano electrical systems