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Title Multiscale modelling of damage and fracture processes in composite materials / edited by Tomasz Sadowski.

Published Wien : SpringerWienNewYork, [2005]
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Physical description 1 online resource (309 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Series Courses and lectures ; number 474
Courses and lectures ; number 474.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Altenbach, H., Modelling of Anisotropic Behaviour in Fibre and Particle Reinforced Composite -- de Borst, R., Computational Mechanics of Failure in Composites at Multiple Scales -- Karihaloo, B., Micromechanical Modelling of Strain Hardening and Tension Softening in Cementitious Composites -- Karihaloo, B., Optimum Composite Laminates Least Prone to Delamination under Mechanical and Thermal Loads -- Ladevze, P., Multiscale Computational Damage Modelling of Laminate Composites -- Bialas, M., Mrz, Z., Damage Models at Material Interfaces -- Sadowski, T., Modelling of Damage and Fracture Processes of Ceramic Matrix Composites.
Summary The work helps to understand the basic principles of damage growth and fracture processes in cementitious, ceramic, polymer and metal matrix composites. Nowadays, it is widely recognized that important macroscopic properties like the macroscopic stiffness and strength are governed by processes that occur at one to several scales below the level of macroscopic observation. Moreover, the microstructural and mesostructural levels are well-defined: the microstructural level can be associated with small particles or fibres, while the individual laminae can be identified at the mesoscopic level. For this reason, advances in multiscale modelling and analysis made here, pertain directly to classes of materials which either have a wider range of relevant microstructural scales, such as metals, or do not have a very well-defined microstructure, e.g. cementitious or ceramic composites.
Notes Description based on print version record.
Other author Sadowski, Tomasz, 1954-
Subject Composite materials -- Fracture -- Mathematical models.
Composite materials -- Mechanical properties -- Mathematical models.
Fracture mechanics -- Mathematical models.
Multiscale modeling.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783211381021 (electronic bk.)
3211381023 (electronic bk.)
9783211295588
Standard Number 10.1007/3-211-38102-3