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    Inelastic Deformation of Composite Materials: Iutam Symposium, Troy, New York, May 29 - June 1, 1990

    ISBN-10: 1461391113
    ISBN-13: 9781461391111
    Edition: 2011
    Author(s): George J. Dvorak
    Description: Polymer composites were introduced for the aerospace industry as light, strong, stiff materials, and adopted by the construction and automobile industries, among others. Meanwhile, composite materials have been introduced to fulfill the uses that  More...
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    Copyright Year: 2011
    Publisher: Springer Verlag
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 793
    Size: 6.10" wide x 9.25" long
    Language: English

    Polymer composites were introduced for the aerospace industry as light, strong, stiff materials, and adopted by the construction and automobile industries, among others. Meanwhile, composite materials have been introduced to fulfill the uses that these conventional materials could not, such as in extreme environments. The research for new composites includes not only new polymer systems, but metals, ceramics and intermetallic systems as well. This volume contains a selection of recent work by leading researchers in micromechanics on the topics of prediction of overall properties of elastic, perfectly bonded systems, problems associated with inelastic deformation of the phase, debonding at interfaces and growth of distributed damage. Many familiar aspects of mechanical behavior, such as fatigue, fracture, strength and buckling, etc. have been reexamined and adapted for these new systems.

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