This compilation of selected papers has, as its principal objective, the discussion of state-of-the-art technologies and recent developments in the macro-, meso-, micro- and nano-mechanics of materials and structures. The focus is on the most recent advances in strength, fracture and mechanics of micro- and nano-structured materials. It also serves to narrow the gaps between conventional macro-/mesosystems and the emerging micro-/nano- materials technologies. The papers are arranged into two categories: qComposite Materials; Thin Films and Coatingsq and qFracture, Fatigue and Strengths of Materialsq; all of which gives an invaluable overview of this fascinating subject.Vol. 34 (2001), p. 1365-1368. 7. SimBio: A generic environment for bio-numerical simulation, (The SimBio Consortium. 2000). 8. ABAQUS/Standard Usera#39;s Manual, Version 6.2, (Habbit, Karlson aamp; Sorensen, Inc). 9. D. R. J. Owen and E. Hinton, :anbsp;...
|Title||:||Macro-, Meso-, Micro- and Nano-mechanics of Materials|
|Author||:||Tong-Yi Zhang, Jang-Kyo Kim|
|Publisher||:||Trans Tech Publication - 2005-01-01|