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Mechanics of Microstructured Materials

Böhm, Helmut J. (Ed.)

2004, VII, 306 p.

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The work deals with the thermomechanical mechanical behavior of microstructured materials, which has attracted considerable interest from both the academic and the industrial research communities. The past decade has witnessed major progress in the development of analytical as well as numerical modeling approaches and of experimental methods in this field. Considerable research efforts have been aimed at obtaining microstructure-property correlations and at studying the damage and failure behavior of microstructured materials. The book combines an overview of important analytical and numerical modeling approaches in continuum micromechanics and is aimed at academic and industrial researchers, such as materials scientists, mechanical engineers, and applied physicists, who are working or planning to work in the field of mechanics of microstructured materials such as composites, metals and ceramics.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Compositve and Inhomogeneous Materials - Continuum Micromechanics of Mechanics

Related subjects » Computational Intelligence and Complexity - Engineering - Mechanics

Table of contents 

A Short Introduction to Continuum Micromechanics (H. J. Böhm).- Modeling the Mechanical Behavior of Short Fiber Reinforced Composites (H. J. Böhm).- Thermomechanical Cohesive Zone Models for the Analysis of Composite Failure under Thermal Gradients and Transients (A. Hattiangadi, T. Siegmund).- Deformation and Damage in Particle-Reinforced Composites: Experiments and Models (J. LLorca).- Introduction to Crystal Plasticity Theory (P.E. McHugh).- Microstructural Description of Composites, Statistical Methods (R. Pyrz).- Processing-Microstructure-Property Relationships in Short Fiber Reinforced Carbon-Carbon Composite System (T. Siegmund, R. Cipra, J. Liakus, B. Wang, M. LaForest, A. Fatz).- Discrete Dislocation Plasticity (E. Van der Giessen).- Creep Rupture in Polycrystalline Materials (E. Van der Giessen)

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