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Microstructured Materials: Inverse Problems

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As well as explaining the use of ultrasound in the process, this volume proposes a new, 'solitary wave' method of evaluating complex, microstructured materials such as alloys and composites. It includes numerical examples and analysis of the solutions.

Complex, microstructured materials are widely used in industry and technology and include alloys, ceramics and composites. Focusing on non-destructive evaluation (NDE), this book explores in detail the mathematical modeling and inverse problems encountered when using ultrasound to investigate heterogeneous microstructured materials. The outstanding features of the text are firstly, a clear description of both linear and nonlinear mathematical models derived for modelling the propagation of ultrasonic deformation waves, and secondly, the provision of solutions to the corresponding inverse problems that determine the physical parameters of the models. The data are related to nonlinearities at both a macro- and micro- level, as well as to dispersion.

The authors' goal has been to construct algorithms that allow us to determine the parameters within which we are required to characterize microstructure. To achieve this, the authors not only use conventional harmonic waves, but also propose a novel methodology based on using solitary waves in NDE. The book analyzes the uniqueness and stability of the solutions, in addition to providing numerical examples.

Mathematical modelling is based on physical principles

Physical models are interwoven with inverse problems

A novel concept of using solitary waves for NDE is proposed


Introduction.- 1 Inverse problems and non-destructive evaluation.- 2 Mathematical models of microstructured solids.- 3 Linear waves.- 4 Inverse problems for linear waves.- 5 Solitary waves in nonlinear models.- 6 Inverse problems for solitary waves.- 7 Summary.- References.- Index


Titel: Microstructured Materials: Inverse Problems
EAN: 9783642270925
ISBN: 3642270921
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Mathematik
Anzahl Seiten: 172
Gewicht: 271g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T9mm
Jahr: 2013
Auflage: 2011

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