|Other titles||Seven papers about fracture mechanics and micromechanics|
|Statement||editor, B. Michel ; sub-editors, T. Winkler, Karen Roscher.|
|Series||Fracture mechanics, micromechanics, coupled fields ;, No. 53|
|Contributions||Michel, B, Dr., Winkler, T., Roscher, Karen., Centrum für Micromechanik Chemnitz., Sächsischer Verein für Mechanik.|
|LC Classifications||TA409 .A14 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 leaves. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||93152062|
This book resulted from a series of lecture notes presented in CISM, Udine in July 7 , The papers inform about recent advances in continuum damage mechanics for both metals and metal matrix composites as well as the micromechanics of localization in inelastic solids. Coffey, J.M. and Whittle, M.J. () ‘Non-destructive testing: its relation to fracture mechanics and component design’, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A, 93– Google Scholar. Abstract. The phenomenon of fracture of solids may be approached from different viewpoints depending on the scale of observation. At one extreme is the atomic approach where the phenomena take place in the material within distances of the order of 10 −7 cm; at the other extreme is the continuum approach which models material behavior at distances greater than Author: Emmanuel E. Gdoutos. Concerned with the fundamental concepts and methods of fracture mechanics and micromechanics, Fracture Mechanics primarily focuses on the mechanical description of the fracture process; however.
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