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245 00 Plasticity of pressure-sensitive materials /|cHolm
Altenbach, Andreas 菣hsner, editors.
264 1 Heidelberg :|bSpringer,|c2014.
300 1 online resource (x, 376 pages) :|billustrations (some
338 online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier
490 1 Engineering Materials,|x1612-1317
505 0 Part I:Experimental Observations -- Part II: Theoretical
Foundation -- Summary of Continuum mechanics -- Yield
Criteria -- Theory of Plasticity -- Part III: Applications
-- Metal Forming -- Powder -- Concrete -- Soil and Rock --
Porous Metals -- Cellular -- Human -- Adhesives and
Polymers -- Part IV: Some Mathematics.
520 Classical plasticity theory of metals is independent of
the hydrostatic pressure. However, if the metal contains
voids or pores or if the structure is composed of cells,
this classical assumption is no more valid and the
influence of the hydrostatic pressure must be incorporated
in the constitutive description. Looking at the microlevel,
metal plasticity is connected with the uniform planes of
atoms organized with long-range order. Planes may slip
past each other along their close-packed directions. The
result is a permanent change of shape within the crystal
and plastic deformation. The presence of dislocations
increases the likelihood of planes slipping. Nowadays, the
theory of pressure sensitive plasticity is successfully
applied to many other important classes of materials
(polymers, concrete, bones etc.) even if the phenomena on
the micro-level are different to classical plasticity of
metals. The theoretical background of this
phenomenological approach based on observations on the
macro-level is described in detail in this monograph and
applied to a wide range of different important materials
in the last part of this book.
588 Description based on online resource; title from PDF title
page (SpringerLink, viewed October 28, 2013).
650 0 Plasticity.
650 0 Continuum mechanics.
655 4 Electronic books.
700 1 Altenbach, Holm,|d1956-,|eeditor of compilation.
700 1 菣hsner, Andreas,|eeditor of compilation.
830 0 Engineering materials,|x1612-1317
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