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Integrity Thresholds for Materials and Structures – Mesomechanics 2007

Edited by George C. Sih, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, USA and East China University of Science and Technology Moussa Naït-Abdelaziz, Polytech’ Lille, Lille, France Toan Vu-Khanh, University of Quebec, Montreal, Canada

ISBN: 9781847040251

Publication Date: May 2007   Hardback   840 pp.

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This title brings together a variety of papers presented at the 9th annual Meso meeting in 2007. The topics selected for Meso 2007 are designed to illustrate the relation of thresholds to multiscaling:
Flow through capillary tubes in contrast to pipes
• Laminar and turbulent flow transition
• Heat convection of thin wires in contrast to cylinders
• Electrical conductance of macro- and nano-circuits
• Rubbery and glassy polymers
• Single- and poly-crystal behavior
• Strength of wires and round cylindrical bars
• Uni-axial and multi-axial material: linear and non-linear response
• Thin and thick plate behavior
• Brittle and ductile fracture
• Small and large crack growth behavior
• Low and high temperature effects
• Local and global material property characteristics
• Small and large bodies: size and time effects
• Specimen and structure


Part 1: Physical Mechanisms of Multiple Damage.
Part 2: Physical, Mesoscopical and Multiscale Models.
Part 3: Film, Layer and Interface.
Part 4: Crack Models and Solutions.
Part 5: Nanomaterials.
Part 6: Electronic and Composite Materials.
Part 7: Brittle Fracture.
Part 8: Failure, Creep and Fracture.
Part 9: Thermal, Mechanical and Environmental Effects.
Part 10: Processing and Fabrication.
Part 11 Fatigue and Crack Growth.
Part 12: Vibration, Ultrasonic and Impact.
Part 13: Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics.
Part 14: Micromechanical Damage and Effects.


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