By J. A. W. van Dommelen, A. Sedighiamiri (auth.), Bonnie Antoun, H. Jerry Qi, Richard Hall, G P Tandon, Hongbing Lu, Charles Lu, Jevan Furmanski, Alireza Amirkhizi (eds.)
Challenges in Mechanics of Time-Dependent fabrics and methods in traditional and Multifunctional Materials, quantity 2: Proceedings of the 2013 SEM Annual convention& Exposition on Experimental and utilized Mechanics, the second one quantity of 8 from the convention, brings jointly contributions to this significant sector of study and engineering. the gathering provides early findings and case experiences on basic and utilized features of Experimental Mechanics, together with papers within the following normal technical learn parts:
Metallic, Polymeric and Composite Materials
Effects of maximum Environments together with Radiation Resistance, harm, and Aging
Challenges in Time-dependent habit Modeling of Low, average and excessive pressure Rates
Effects of Frequency and Hysteretic Heating
Effects of Inhomogeneities at the Time-Dependent Behavior
Composite, Hybrid and Multifunctional fabrics
Challenges in Time-dependent habit Modeling Viscoelastoplasticity and Damage
Effects of Interfaces and Interphases at the Time-Dependent Behavior
Environmental and Reactive estate swap results on Thermomechanical and Multifunctional Behaviors
Modeling and Characterization of Fabrication tactics of traditional and Multifunctional Materials
Time-dependent and Small-scale results in Micro/Nano-scale Testing
Time-dependent procedures in Biomaterials
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