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Advanced Multilayered and Fibre-Reinforced Composites

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Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Multilayered and Fibre-Reinforced Composites: Problems and Prospects, Kiev, Ukraine, June 2-6, 1997

I express my sincere gratitude to NATO Science Committee for granting me the financial award to organize and direct the Advanced Research Workshop on "MULTILAYERED and FIBRE-REINFORCED COMPOSITES: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS" that was held in Kiev, Ukraine, during the period of June 2 - 6, 1997, in collaboration with Professor S. A. Firstov of the Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Science, National Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine. In this context I wish to convey special thanks to Dr. J. A. Raussell-Colom, NATO Programme Director for Priority Area on High Technology, for his kind efforts and continuous guidance in the course of organizing the Workshop. I appreciate sincerely the opportunity of working closely with Professor Firstov and acknowledge with deep gratitude his outstanding contribution in co-directing the Workshop. I wish to express my special thanks to Dr. N. Orlovskaya of the Frantsevich Institute, for her outstanding contribution towards both the organization and conduct of the Workshop. I wish to convey my sincere thanks to Professor V. V. Skorohord, Deputy Director of the Frantsevich Institute, on behalf of the same Institute, for hosting the Workshop and welcoming the participants to l{iev. The very kind efforts of the members of the Scientific Advisory Committee, the Local Organizing Committee and the Staff of the Frantsevich Institute towards the organization and conduct of the Workshop, are gratefully appreciated. I convey my full indebtedness to all researchers who participated in the Workshop.

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There are new and emergent technologies - in the aerospace industry, advanced civil and mechanical structures, `smart' materials, biomaterials, microelectronics, etc. - which demand materials with particular response characteristics that cannot be met by conventional, monolithic systems. Composite materials, including laminated and fibre-reinforced systems, play significant roles in many scientific and engineering realms, primarily due to their unique physical and mechanical response characteristics, such as specific strength, fracture toughness, corrosion and wear resistance. These characteristics can be enhanced by the ability of the materials scientist and engineer to tailor the microstructure to suit the imposed working conditions. br/ In emAdvanced Multilayered and Fibre-Reinforced Composites/em, leading researchers present the latest advances in the areas of ceramic, metallic and polymeric composite systems, including new classes of ceramic composites. The book emphasises the significance of local deformation effects and the principles and approaches of advanced experimental mechanics in the service of modern technology. There is a comprehensive treatment of functionally graded materials and the various approaches to modelling the mechanical behaviour of multi-phase solids. The unified and comprehensive treatment means that the book can be used as a text for science and engineering students from senior undergraduate level upwards. It also forms a comprehensive reference for scientists and engineers involved in the design, processing and application of composite materials.



Inhalt
Preface. Part 1: Micromechanics and Local Deformation Effects. Use of Composites in Infrastructure; D. Hui, P.K. Dutta. Principles and Approaches of Advanced Experimental Mechanics in Service of Modern Technology; J.T. Pindera. Actual Three-Dimensional Stresses in Composite Structures and in Local Effects in Homogeneous Structures. Case Studies; J.T. Pindera. Strain Path Effect on Debonding and Non-Linear Constitutive Model for Rigid Particles Reinforced Metal/Ceramic Matrix Composite; V. Skorohod, et al. On the Stochastic Micromechanical Approach to the Response Behaviour of Engineering Materials; Y.M. Haddad. Higher-order Micro-Macrostructural Theory for the Analysis of Functionally Graded Materials; M.-J. Pindera, et al. Indirect Determination of Mechanical Properties of Reinforcement in Fibrous Polymeric Composites; A.P. Wilczynski. The Modification of Hydrodynamic Model of Alekseevskii-Tate for Multilayered and Gradient Plates; V.V. Kartuzov, et al. The Application of Self-Consistent Approaches to Modelling Mechanical Behaviour of Heterogeneous Two Phase Solids; D.S. Wilkinson, E. Maire. On the Behaviour of Materials with Binary Microstructures; D.R. Axelrad, Y.M. Haddad. Part 2: Ceramic Matrix Composites. Titanium-Matrix Composites in Comparison with Ceramic Ones; S.A. Firstov. Fracture Characteristics of Layered and Nano-Particle Reinforced Si3N4; J. Dusza, P. Sajgalík. Rising Fracture Resistance of Whisker-Reinforced Alumina and Silicon Nitride; P. Hvizdos, J. Dusza. Formation of Carbon Coatings on Carbide Fibers and Particles by Disproportionation Reactions; Y.G. Gogotsi. Problems of the Determination of the Mechanical Properties of Endless-Fibre Reinforced Ceramic Composites; W. Lins, et al. CeramicMatrix Composites; Microstructure and Thermostructural Performance Limits; M.H. Lewis, et al. Elastic Modulus in Rigid Al2O3/ZrO2 Ceramic Laminates; J.S. Moya, et al. Processing of Multilayered Si3N4-TiN Hot-Pressed Ceramic Composites; V. Yaroshenko, et al. Effect of Residual Stresses on the Mechanical Response of Continuous Fibre Reinforced Ceramic Matrix Composites; M. Steen. Electrically Conductive Ceramic Composites; G. Van de Goor, et al. Chemical Modification of Carbon Materials; L.V. Golovko, et al. Novel Oxide Fibres to Reinforce Metal, Intermetallic and Ceramic Matrices; S.T. Mileiko. A New Class of `in-situ' Fiber Reinforced Boride Composite Ceramic Materials; Yu.B. Paderno. Toughening by Pores; A.D. Vasilev, S.A. Firstov. Threadlike Single Crystals of Transition Metals Borides; Yu.B. Paderno. Modelling of Thermal Residual Stresses in Ceramic Coatings with a Graded Composite Interlayer; V. Teixeira, et al. Fiber Reinforced Oxide Ceramic Matrix Composites; R. Janssen. Residual Stresses in PVD/Plasma Sprayed Thermal Barrier Multilayered Coatings at High Temperature; V. Teixeira, et al. Review on Advanced Research on Ceramic Materials in Ukraine; A.D. Vasilev, Y.M. Haddad. Part 3: Metal Matrix and Polymeric Matrix Composites. Metal/Metal Laminates with Controlled Macrostructure: Problems and Prospects; O. Ercan, et al. The Electrodynamic Properties of Fiber Composites; V.Yu. Reshetnyak, et al. Multiaxial Three-Dimensional (3-D) Circular Weaving and Multiaxial 3-D Circular Woven Preforms for Composite; A.K. Bilisik. Analysis of Filament Wound Tubes Against Torsion; L. Parnas, N. Akkaş. On Non-Linear Response of Polyester Tan

Produktinformationen

Titel: Advanced Multilayered and Fibre-Reinforced Composites
Editor:
EAN: 9789401539401
ISBN: 9401539405
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Netherlands
Genre: Maschinenbau
Anzahl Seiten: 600
Gewicht: 1020g
Größe: H244mm x B170mm x T32mm
Jahr: 2012
Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1998

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