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IUTAM Symposium on Anisotropy, Inhomogeneity and Nonlinearity in Solid Mechanics

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Proceedings of the IUTAM-ISIMM Symposium, held in Nottingham, U.K., 30 August--3 September 1994This volume records the Symposium o... Weiterlesen
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Proceedings of the IUTAM-ISIMM Symposium, held in Nottingham, U.K., 30 August--3 September 1994

This volume records the Symposium on 'Anisotropy, Inhomogeneity and Nonlinearity in Solid Mechanics', held at the University of Nottingham from 30th August to 3rd September 1994, sponsored by the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics and held in conjunction with the In ternational Society for the Interaction of Mechanics and Mathematics. The advent of composite materials, together with their widespread use in recent years, has provided a powerful stimulus for advances in several somewhat ne glected areas of solid mechanics. Exploitation of fibre-reinforced solids and laminates has rekindled interest in the theory and application of anisotropic elasticity and motivated study of many aspects of material inhomogeneity. The need to understand fibre-matrix interactions, especially in modelling metal matrix composites and the forming of thermoplastic components has fostered advances in plasticity and viscoelasticity theory, to describe phenomena such as deformation-induced inhomogeneity and anisotropy. Plasticity and flow of granular media are also intrinsically nonlinear, giving rise, for example, to highly anisotropic and strongly localized effects, such as shear bands. Most materials contain impurities. These inclusions, even if microscopically isotropic, cause macroscopic anisotropy in an 'effective-medium' theory. Dy namic behaviour is even more complex, since wave propagation reveals both attenuation and dispersion effects. Increased interest in finer-scaled compos ites (nanotechnology and superlattices) and ultra-high frequency techniques continue to reveal new effects, due to inhomogeneity and microstructure. An example included here is lattice-induced dispersion for certain surface waves of relatively long wavelength.

Klappentext

The proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium on Anisotropy, Inhomogeneity and Nonlinearity in Solid Mechanics contains 69 papers by acknowledged experts covering recent research in this field of solid mechanics. The material has been grouped into eight sections: Characterisation of Anisotropic Materials; Large Deformations and Flow; Numerical Studies in Plasticity; Plasticity and Granular Materials; Fracture and Damage; Anisotropic Media; Composite Materials; Waves and Vibrations. Individual papers cover analytical methods, experimental and/or numerical techniques which may be applied to static or dynamic problems for anisotropic media. Audience: Those engaged in developing, modelling and testing modern composite, laminated or inhomogeneous materials will find their current problems discussed by experts.



Inhalt

Preface. Foreword. 1. Characterisation of anisotropic materials. 2. Large deformations and flow. 3. Numerical studies in plasticity. 4. Plasticity and granular materials. 5. Fracture and damage. 6. Anisotropic media. 7. Composites. 8. Waves and vibrations. Symposium contributions to be published elsewhere. List of participants. Index.

Produktinformationen

Titel: IUTAM Symposium on Anisotropy, Inhomogeneity and Nonlinearity in Solid Mechanics
Untertitel: Proceedings of the IUTAM-ISIMM Symposium held in Nottingham, U.K., 30 August - 3 September 1994
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EAN: 9789048145898
ISBN: 9048145899
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Netherlands
Genre: Maschinenbau
Anzahl Seiten: 540
Gewicht: 809g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T28mm
Jahr: 2010
Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1995

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