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eBook Multiscale Phenomena: From Experiments to Phenomenology, Modelling and Materials Engineering ePub

by Joël Lépinoux,Dominique Mazière,Vassilis Pontikis,Georges Saada

  • ISBN: 0792362519
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Joël Lépinoux,Dominique Mazière,Vassilis Pontikis,Georges Saada
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 2000 edition (May 31, 2000)
  • Pages: 529
  • ePub book: 1598 kb
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Materials and Process Selection for Structural Applications.

price for USA in USD (gross). Materials and Process Selection for Structural Applications.

Joël Lépinoux Dominique Mazière Vassilis Pontikis Georges Saada6 dekabr 2012. The technological advancement has given rise to the study of various and complex materials. not to speak of those recently invented. whose mechanical properties need to be mastered. Springer Science & Business Media. either for their lise as structural materials. or more simply for detenllining their fonnability processes. As is often the case this fast growth has been diverted both by the burial of early fundamental results which are rediscovered more or less accurately. and by the too fast publication of inaccurate results. which propagate widely. and are accepted without criticism.

Joël Lépinoux, Dominique Mazière, +1 author Georges Saada. 2. Mechanisms of Crystals Plasticity. 3. Experimental Techniques: Recent Developments. 4. Microscopic and Mesoscopic Modelling. 5. Environmental Effects.

Book · November 2000 with 33 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Atomic-scale numerical simulation is used to investigate elementary mechanisms of plasticity: dislocation core structure, dipole annihilation, and emergence of a dislocation at the free surface.

General Materials Science Books. Pontikis, Vassilis, Maziere, Dominique, Lepinoux, Joel. Multiscale Phenomena in Plasticity: From Experiments to Phenomenology, Modelling and Materials Engineering. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Multiscale Phenomena in Plasticity: From Experiment to Phenomenology, held in Ouranoupolis, Greece, 8-19 September 1999.

Lépinoux, . Mazière, . Pontikis, V. & Saada, G. (eds) Multiscale Phenomena in Plasticity: From Experiments to Phenomenology, Modelling and Materials Engineering (NATO Science Series Applied. (eds) Multiscale Phenomena in Plasticity: From Experiments to Phenomenology, Modelling and Materials Engineering (NATO Science Series Applied Science Vol. 367, Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2000).

The main purpose of this book is to describe the modern tools of solid state . Multiscale Phenomena in Plasticity: From Experiments to Phenomenology.

This approach is used more to throw light on the most important physical mechanisms rather than to be able to make accurate predictions suitable for particular applications.

Multiscale Phenomena in Plasticity: from experiments to phenomenology, modelling. 293. V. Pontikis, Introduction aux techniques de simulation numérique des ensembles.

From Experiments to Phenomenology, Modelling and Materials Engineering. Published May 31, 2000 by Springer. Crystals, Congresses, Plastic properties.

A profusion of research and results on the mechanical behaviour of crystalline solids has followed the discovery of dislocations in the early thirties. This trend has been enhanced by the development of powerful experimental techniques. particularly X ray diffraction. transmission and scanning electron microscopy. microanalysis. The technological advancement has given rise to the study of various and complex materials. not to speak of those recently invented. whose mechanical properties need to be mastered. either for their lise as structural materials. or more simply for detenllining their fonnability processes. As is often the case this fast growth has been diverted both by the burial of early fundamental results which are rediscovered more or less accurately. and by the too fast publication of inaccurate results. which propagate widely. and are accepted without criticism. Examples of these statements abound. and will not be quoted here for the sake of dispassionateness. Understanding the mechanical properties of materials implies the use of various experimental techniques. combined with a good theoretical knowledge of elasticity. thermodynamics and solid state physics. The recent development of various computer techniques (simulation. ab initio calculations) has added to the difficulty of gathering the experimental information. and mastering the theoretical understanding. No laboratory is equipped with all the possible experimental settings. almost no scientist masters all this theoretical knovledge. Therefore. cooperation between scientists is needed more than even before.