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Macroscopic Behavior of Heterogeneous Materials from the Microstructure (AMD) ePub download

by S. Torquato,Dusan Krajcinovic

  • Author: S. Torquato,Dusan Krajcinovic
  • ISBN: 0791811018
  • ISBN13: 978-0791811016
  • ePub: 1459 kb | FB2: 1856 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Physics
  • Publisher: American Society of Civil Engineers (December 1992)
  • Pages: 192
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Macroscopic Behavior of Heterogeneous Materials from the Microstructure (AMD) ePub download

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Are you sure you want to remove Macroscopic behavior of heterogeneous materials from the microstructure from your list? Macroscopic behavior of heterogeneous materials from the microstructure. presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Anaheim, California, November 8-13, 1992. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Torquato’s book does not contain any exercises, but on the other hand there are many carefully worked ou. .

This field demands a unified rigorous means of characterizing the microstructures and macroscopic properties of the widely diverse types of heterogeneous materials that abound in nature and synthetic products. The first part of the book deals with the quantitive characterization of the microstructure of heterogeneous materials. Torquato’s book does not contain any exercises, but on the other hand there are many carefully worked out examples and meticulous notes about the history and literature in the field.

Macroscopic Behavior .Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. This book is the first of its kind to provide such an approach. Emphasis is placed on foundational theoretical methods that can simultaneously yield results of practical utility.

Random microstructures of heterogeneous materials play a crucial role in the material macroscopic behavior and in predictions of its effective properties

Random microstructures of heterogeneous materials play a crucial role in the material macroscopic behavior and in predictions of its effective properties. A common approach to modeling random multiphase materials is to develop so-called surrogate models approximating statistical features of the material. An efficient process of evaluating the samples, based on the Fast Fourier Transform, makes possible the use of Monte-Carlo methods to estimate statistical properties for the quantities of interest in a given material class.

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Macroscopic Behavior of Heterogeneous Materials From the Microstructure ASME 1992. New concept of nonlocal continuum damage: crack influence function. Zdenek P. Bazant Department of Civil Engineering. ABSTRACT: The spatial averaging integral and weight function that have eo far been employed in the macro-scopic nonlocal continuum models for strain-eoCtening damage have been obtained by semi-intuitive arguments and justified by the need to limit damage localisation in numerical computations. Some micromecbanics ar-guments have recently also been presented, but microcrack interactions and gowth have been neglected.

This project attempted to systematically and quantitatively characterize the microstructure of heterogeneous materials and to use such information to predict rigorously the macroscopic behavior (. By employing homogenization theory and the methods of statistical mechanics, we were able to mathematically describe the microstructure and, as a result, accurately determine the macroscopic response under a wide range of conditions. A goal was to treat seemingly disparate problems using a unified methodology

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