6 edition of Inelastic deformation of metals found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Donald C. Stouffer and L. Thomas Dame.|
|Contributions||Dame, L. Thomas.|
|LC Classifications||TA460 .S839 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 502 p. :|
|Number of Pages||502|
|LC Control Number||95004643|
Elastic deformation involves the temporary stretching or bending of bonds between atoms. This would imply an inelastic collision. This book's innovative approach covers such newtopics as multiaxial loading, thermomechanical loading, and singlecrystal superalloys. This type of deformation involves stretching of the bonds, but the atoms do not slip past each other. To account accurately for the complex effects that can occur during extreme and variable loading conditions, requires significant and detailed computational and modeling efforts.
Misconceptions[ edit ] A popular misconception is that all materials that bend are "weak" Inelastic deformation of metals book those that don't are "strong". Provides comparisons between data and theory to help the reader make meaningful judgments about the value and accuracy of a particular model and to instill an understanding of how metals respond in real service environments. In contrast to existing plasticity books, which discuss few if anycorrelations between data and models, this breakthrough volumeshows engineers and advanced students how materials and modelsactually do behave in real service environments. This is assuming that the net impulse of external forces is negligible during the collision. Which direction are the magnets arranged? In other words, elastic deformation is a change in shape of a material at low stress that is recoverable after the stress is removed.
Does your teacher expect you to know this? Despite the widespread study of metal plasticity, this aspect is not well understood for simple loading conditions, let alone extreme ones. What is plasticine? Thomas Using a totally new approach, this groundbreaking book establishes the logical connections between metallurgy, materials modeling, and numerical applications. Inelastic Deformation of Metals is the first comprehensive presentation of this new technology in book form.
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This book's innovative approach covers such new topics as multiaxial loading, thermomechanical loading, and single crystal superalloys. In contrast to existing plasticity books, which discuss few if any correlations between data and models, this breakthrough volume shows engineers and advanced students how materials Inelastic deformation of metals book models actually do behave in real service environments.
Achieving this goal requires incorporating these complex dislocation-interface Inelastic deformation of metals book into the well-defined behavior of single crystals.
Elastic deformation of metals and ceramics is commonly seen at low strains; their elastic behavior is generally linear. These are critical steps to reach the primary objective of simulating and modeling material performance under extreme loading conditions.
As greater demandsare placed on technology, the need for more meaningful judgmentsand more efficient designs increases dramatically. Depending on the material, shape, and how close to the elastic limit it is deformed, failure may require thousands, millions, billions, or trillions of deformations.
In contrast to existing plasticity books, which discuss few if any correlations between data and models, this breakthrough volume shows engineers and advanced students how materials and models actually do behave in real service environments.
This is assuming that the net impulse of external forces is negligible during the collision. In addition, our approach will minimize the need to fit model parameters to experimental data to obtain convergence.
When the applied loads are removed, metals return to their original shape. If they attract, the magnets cause the blocks to stick together, and travel at a common post collision speed. Loading a structural element or specimen will increase the compressive stress until it reaches its compressive strength.
If it is an adhesive material like a glue or puttyit causes a sticking between the blocks. Thomas Using a totally new approach, this groundbreaking book establishes the logical connections between metallurgy, materials modeling, and numerical applications. Coefficient of restitution equals 0 is an inelastic collision.
Such materials are metals, ceramics, and minerals, single crystalline and polycrystalline. Because such a collision may not be fully elastic, the coefficient of restitution is defined to quantify how elastic a collision is.
Both dislocation slip and twinning are present in high strain-rate deformed zirconium, with the relative contribution of each mode to the deformation depending on the initial texture.
This book's innovative approach covers such new topics as Inelastic deformation of metals book loading, thermomechanical loading, and single crystal superalloys. It develops physically based, numerically efficient, and accurate methods for predicting the inelastic response of metals under a variety of loading and environmental conditions.
If it is rubber-like, then elastic forces are the force of interaction during the collision and the collision is thus elastic.
Do they attract or repel? Selection of materials not likely to suffer from metal fatigue during the life of the product is the best solution, but not always possible.
In plastic deformation, breaking of bonds is caused by the dislocation of atoms. Keywords nonlinear elasticity constitutive modeling phase field modeling geometrically nonlinear continuum mechanics Rankine-Hugoniot jump conditions logarithmic strain measures deformation continuum mechanics Authors and affiliations.
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