2 edition of Studies on the deformation mechanics of crystalline materials found in the catalog.
Studies on the deformation mechanics of crystalline materials
Geoffrey Edward Lloyd
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Geological Sciences and Centre for Materials Science.
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Suggested Citation:"5 DEFECTS, DEFORMATION, AND INTERFACES."National Research Council. Mathematical Research in Materials Science: Opportunities and. This outstanding text offers a comprehensive treatment of the principles of the mechanical behavior of materials. Appropriate for senior and graduate courses, it is distinguished by its focus on the relationship between macroscopic properties, material microstructure, and fundamental concepts of bonding and crystal structure. The current, second edition retains the original editions extensive 2/5(6).
All around us, engineers are creating materials whose properties are exactly tailored to their purpose. This course is the third of three in a series of mechanics courses from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at MIT. Taken together, these courses provide similar content to the MIT subject Mechanical Behavior of Materials. This book walks you through the fundamental deformation and damage mechanisms. It lends the reader the key to open the doors into the maze of deformation/fracture phenomena under various loading conditions. Furthermore it provides the solution method to material engineering design and analysis problems, for those working in the aerospace, automotive or energy industries.
In this course, we will try to explain why crystalline materials become plastic and how we can model their plastic deformations. Because dislocations are the main plastic carriers, we will start with an introduction to dislocation theory. We will then study different stages of strain-strain curve and the main mechanisms in each stage. For upper-level undergraduate engineering courses in Mechanical Behavior of Materials. Mechanical Behavior of Materials, 4/e introduces the spectrum of mechanical behavior of materials, emphasizing practical engineering methods for testing structural materials to obtain their properties, and predicting their strength and life when used for machines, vehicles, and structures.
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This book blends both innovative (large strain, strain rate, temperature, time dependent deformation and localized plastic deformation in crystalline solids, deformation of biological networks) and traditional (elastic theory of torsion, elastic beam and plate theories, contact mechanics) topics in a coherent theoretical by: Deformation Geometry for Materials Scientists presents the study of macroscopic geometry of deformation, particularly on crystalline solids.
The book discusses a wide range of topics on the deformation of crystalline materials. The text discusses concepts on stress and strain on materials and tensile tests.
This book reviews and interrelates a large number of theoretical and experimental contributions to the research on finite plastic deformation of single crystals and polycrystalline metals made during the past quarter by: The book begins with discussions of cyclic deformation and fatigue crack initiation in monocrystalline and polycrystalline ductile alloys as well as in brittle and semi-/non-crystalline solids.
Total life and damage-tolerant approaches are then introduced in metals, non-metals and composites followed by more advanced by: Fundamental mechanics theories and principles are applied in this research to study the deformation and damage responses of materials bonded together in crystalline silicon photovoltaic (c-Si PV) module laminates.
The magnitude of deformation determines the reliability of the systems and its mean-time-to-failure in addition to the failure by: 8. Somiya S., Yamada K., Sakai T. () Study on Crystallinity Dependency of Creep Deformation on GFRTP of Polyoxythlene (POM).
In: Proulx T. (eds) Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials and Processes in Conventional and Multifunctional Materials, Volume 3. Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series. Springer, New York, NY. Description. Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials provides a combined fracture mechanics-materials approach to the fracture of engineering solids with comprehensive treatment and detailed explanations and references, making it the perfect resource for senior and graduate engineering students, and practicing engineers alike.
The 5th edition includes new end-of. failure. Deformation and fracture are of major economic importance. The costs involved in avoiding fracture and in paying for its consequences in all sectors of the economy are on the order of 4% of the GNP.
Introduction Mechanical properties of materials are concerned with the deformation and fracture of materials under applied loading. In this work a self-consistent model for describing the mechanics of semi-crystalline polymers is proposed to study their constitutive behavior, crystallographic texture and morphology evolution during large plastic deformation.
The material is considered as an aggregate of composite inclusions, each representing a stack of crystalline lamellae. Solid Mechanics: Plasticity and Inelastic Deformation, Advanced Mechanical Behavior of Materials, Structural Mechanics, Computational Mechanics of Materials. Over the years, I have had the opportunity to regularly teach the second and third of of polymer chains and the lattice theory of crystalline solids in.
HavnerCambridge University Press, 28/02/EANISBN Hardcover, pages, x x 2 cmThis book reviews and interrelates a large number of theoretical and experimental contributions to the research on finite plastic deformation of single crystals and polycrystalline metals. An o. Part of the Solid Mechanics and its Applications book series (SMIA, volume ) Abstract Atomistic studies of deformation-induced microstructural evolution in single crystalline metals are carried out to elucidate the mechanism of grain subdivision in a perfect crystal.
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The study of temporary or elastic deformation in the case of engineering strain is applied to materials used in mechanical and structural engineering, such as concrete and steel, which are subjected to very small ering strain is modeled by infinitesimal strain theory, also called small strain theory, small deformation theory, small displacement theory, or small displacement.
Description. Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 6: Plastic Deformation of Materials covers the fundamental properties and characterization of materials, ranging from simple solids to complex heterophase systems.
The book presents articles on the low temperature of deformation of bcc metals and their solid-solution alloys; the cyclic deformation of metals and alloys; and the high-temperature diffusion-controlled creep of some metals. About the authors. About this book. "Constrained Deformation of Materials: Devices, Heterogeneous Structures and Thermo-Mechanical Modeling" presents an in-depth look at the mechanical analyses and modeling of advanced small-scale structures and heterogeneous material systems.
Mechanical deformations in thin films and miniaturized materials, commonly found in microelectronic devices and packages, MEMS, nanostructures and composite and multi-phase materials. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: DEFORMATION OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS; Tensile Response of Materials; Elements of Dislocation Theory; Slip and Twinning in Crystalline Solids; Strengthening Mechanisms in Metals; High-Temperature Deformation Response of Crystalline Solids; Deformation.
Interfaces in heterostructures of crystalline materials could strongly affect the slip of dislocations. Such interfaces have become one of the most popular methods to tailor material strength and ductility. This review focuses on the interaction of dislocations and interfaces in heterostructures, in which at least one component is metallic, as investigated by molecular dynamics, in order to.
The flow stress as a function of 1/d (d average grain size) for nano-crystalline Al shows a linear behavior, suggesting that the deformation mechanism for small grain sizes is related to the.
The mechanics of deformation-induced subgrain-dislocation structures in metallic crystals at large strains December Proceedings of The Royal Society A ()The plastic deformation mechanism is different for crystalline and amorphous materials.
In crystalline materials, deformation is accomplished through a process known as the slip that involves the movement of dislocations. While, in amorphous materials, deformation takes place by the sliding of atoms and ions without any directionality.Liquid crystalline elastomers (LCEs) are well known for their stimuli-responsive behavior.
Of interest to the work presented here is the distinctive, nonlinear deformation of these materials to load. Here, we assess the cyclic deformation and elastic recovery of acrylate-based LCEs synthesized by chain-transfer reactions. Mechanical deformation of the LCEs (prepared with this synthetic.