Linear and Non-linear Mechanical Behavior of Solid Materials

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book-author

Christian Lexcellent

publisher

Springer

file-type

PDF

pages

259 pages

language

English

asin

B072C3VG2M

isbn10

3319556088

isbn13

9783319556086


Book Description

Within the context of thermodynamics and continuum mechanics, the linear and non-linear behavior of solid materials, as well as the concepts of displacement, deformation, and stress, are introduced in this PDF ebook titled Linear and Non-linear Mechanical Behavior of Solid Materials. This ebook provides an essential introduction to the linear and non-linear behavior of solid materials. This introductory section of the ebook provides an overview of experimental methods, solid mechanics, classes of material behaviors, and the framework for thermodynamic modeling in order to illustrate the fundamental principles. Following that, it delves into linear elastic behavior, as well as plasticity, thermoelasticity, fracture mechanics, viscoplasticity, and damage behavior. The final section of the book discusses conventional as well as magnetic shape memory alloys. These materials have the potential to be employed in adaptive structures either as sensors or actuators. Because it covers such a broad range of topics, the PDF ebook will be of particular benefit to students enrolled in engineering classes that focus on mechanics. Additionally, it contains a vast amount of examples and exercises, making it available to the most people that it can possibly reach.

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Table of contents


Table of contents :
Front Matter….Pages i-xv
Introduction: Elementary Concepts….Pages 1-7
Thermodynamics Framework for Modeling Solid Materials….Pages 9-38
Linear Elastic Behavior, Thermoelasticity….Pages 39-77
Yield Elasticity Criteria….Pages 79-89
Multiaxial Plasticity ….Pages 91-116
Viscoelasticity….Pages 117-127
Viscoplasticity….Pages 129-152
The Shape-Memory Alloys ….Pages 153-199
Behavior of Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys….Pages 201-216
Mechanical Elements of Fracture and Damage ….Pages 217-250
Back Matter….Pages 251-259

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