Non-Smooth Thermomechanics / Edition 1

Non-Smooth Thermomechanics / Edition 1

by Michel Fremond
     
 

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ISBN-10: 3540665005

ISBN-13: 9783540665007

Pub. Date: 11/09/2001

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

Based on practical problems in mechanical engineering, here the author develops the fundamental concepts of non-smooth mechanics and introduces the necessary background material needed to deal with mechanics involving discontinuities and non-smooth constraints.

Overview

Based on practical problems in mechanical engineering, here the author develops the fundamental concepts of non-smooth mechanics and introduces the necessary background material needed to deal with mechanics involving discontinuities and non-smooth constraints.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9783540665007
Publisher:
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date:
11/09/2001
Series:
Physics and Astronomy Online Library Series
Edition description:
2002
Pages:
480
Product dimensions:
9.21(w) x 6.14(h) x 1.06(d)

Table of Contents

1. The Description of a Material.- 3. The Constitutive Laws. Case of No Constraint on the State Quantities or Their Velocities.- 5. The Constitutive Laws on a Discontinuity Surface.- 6. Deformable Solids with Interactions at a Distance.- 7. Deformable Solids Without Interaction at a Distance.- 8. Collision of Rigid Bodies. Multiple Collisions.- 9. Evolution of Two Deformable Solids with Collisions.- 10. Material with Volume Interactions at a Distance. Fibre Reinforced Material.- 11. Solid—Liquid Phase Change. Supercooling. Soil Freezing.- 12. Damage. Gradient of Damage.- 13. Shape Memory Alloys.- 14. Unilateral Contact. Contact with Adhesion.- A.1 Convex Functions.- A.1.1 Subgradient of a Convex Function. Subdifferential Set.- A.1.2 Indicator Function of a Set.- A.1.5 Indicator Function of the Segment [0, 1].- A.1.7 Indicator Function of a Triangle.- A.1.9 A Property of the Subdifferential Set.- A.1.10The Dual Function of a Convex Function.- A.2 Material Derivatives.- A.2.1 Material Derivative of a Function.- A.2.2 Material Derivative of a Surface Integral.- A.2.3 Material Derivative of a Double Surface Integral.- A.2.4 Mass Balance on a Surface.- A.2.5 Material Derivatives of Integrals of Mass Densities.- References.

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