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IUTAM Symposium on Mesoscopic Dynamics of Fracture Process and Materials Strength

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ISBN-10: 1402020376

ISBN-13: 9781402020377

Edition: 2004

Authors: H. Kitagawa, Y. Shibutani

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This Volume is the Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium on Mesoscopic Dynamics of Fracture Process and Materials Strength, held at Osaka in 2003. It contains 41 papers by acknowledged experts covering innovative researches in the current solid mechanics field. The material deals with several topics related: Discrete Dislocation Dynamics; Dislocation Patterning; Large-scaled Molecular Dynamics Simulations; Ab-initio Calculations; Multiscale Modeling of Plasticity; Concurrent Modeling coupled with Finite Element Method; Crystal Plasticity; Fracture and Deformation Problems of Amorphous Materials, Semiconductor Materials and Nano-crystalline Materials. This volume will be of interest to research…    
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List price: $169.99
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 5/26/2004
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 448
Size: 6.10" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.178
Language: English

Massively-parallel dislocation dynamics simulations
Nondestructive observation of dislocation structures formed at fatigued copper and stainless steel crystals
A discrete dislocation dynamics investigation of formation and stability of Lomer locks
On the use of periodic boundary conditions in dislocation dynamics simulations
Atomistic study of edge dislocations in FCC metals : drag and inertial effects
Molecular dynamics study on the characteristics of edge and screw dislocations in gamma/gamma-prime microstructure in Ni-based superalloy
Dislocation interactions and symmetries in BCC crystals
Discrete dislocation predictions of single crystal fatigue crack growth
A crystal plasticity analysis for accumulations of geometrically necessary dislocations and dipoles around shear band
A new model of scale dependent crystal plasticity analysis
A molecular dynamics study of mechanical properties and fractures of amorphous metal
Elastic properties of the surfaces and interfaces of crystal and amorphous silicon
Atomistic simulation of dislocation generation at surface steps in metals and silicon
On the plasticity and fracture of semiconductors
HVEM/AFM studies on crack tip plasticity in Si crystals
Irradiation hardening in austenitic steels : experiment and simulation
Dislocation glide in the presence of either solute atoms or glissile loops
Multiscale analyses of high strain rate deformation : anisotropic effects
Atomic-level interaction of an edge dislocation with localized obstacles in Fcc and Bcc metals
Defect nucleation : predictions through nanoscale experiments and computations
Formation of prismatic dislocation loop of single crystalline aluminum under nanoindentation
Multiscale modeling of defect nucleation and reaction : bulk to nanostructures
Discrete-continuum modeling of metal matrix composites plasticity
Computational evaluation of micro- to macroscopic deformation behavior of amorphous polymer with slightly heterogeneous distribution of initial shear strength
Computational modeling and characterization of materials with periodic microstructure using asymptotic homogenization method
Critical behavior near the crack/dislocation depinning threshold
Topological soliton dynamics in media with microscopic rotations
Dependence of ductile and brittle response on initial energy dissipation mechanism at crack tip
A cohesive zone model and interfacial crack problems
Molecular dynamic simulation of influence of grain boundary on near-threshold fatigue crack growth
Plasticity-induced Martensitic transformation around semi-elliptical surface cracks in fatigue of an Austenitic stainless steel
An atomic simulation of AFM-based nano lithography process for nano patterning
Molecular dynamics study of morphology and strength of copper atomic-cluster-assembled structure
Competing deformation mechanisms in nanocrystalline metals
Atomistic study on ideal strength of nanocrystal and deformation induced nanostructures
Continuum description of inhomogeneously deforming polycrystalline aggregate based on field theory
Study of strength of microscopic material by simulations with atom and electron models
Ab initio study of ideal shear strength
Investigation of glide properties in hexagonal titanium and zirconium : an ab-initio atomic scale study
Computational study of the mechanical properties of alumina - copper interfaces : ab initio calculations and combination with mesoscopic simulations
Development of hybrid electronic - density - functional/molecular - dynamics simulation schemes for ceramics and semiconductors