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Nonlinear Elastic and Inelastic Models for Shock Compression of Crystalline Solids [electronic resource] / by John D. Clayton.

Author/Creator:
Clayton, John D. author., Author,
Publication:
Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019.
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Book
1 online resource (XI, 483 pages) : 65 illustrations, 42 illustrations in color
Series:
Shock wave and high pressure phenomena 2197-9529
Shock Wave and High Pressure Phenomena, 2197-9529
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Subjects:
Mechanics.
Mechanics, Applied.
Surfaces (Physics).
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Classical Mechanics. (search)
Solid Mechanics. (search)
Mathematical Applications in the Physical Sciences. (search)
Characterization and Evaluation of Materials. (search)
Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics. (search)
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Summary:
This book describes thermoelastic and inelastic deformation processes in crystalline solids undergoing loading by shock compression. Constitutive models with a basis in geometrically nonlinear continuum mechanics supply these descriptions. Large deformations such as finite strains and rotations, are addressed. The book covers dominant mechanisms of nonlinear thermoelasticity, dislocation plasticity, deformation twinning, fracture, flow, and other structure changes. Rigorous derivations of theoretical results are provided, with approximately 1300 numbered equations and an extensive bibliography of over 500 historical and modern references spanning from the 1920s to the present day. Case studies contain property data, as well as analytical, and numerical solutions to shock compression problems for different materials. Such materials are metals, ceramics, and minerals, single crystalline and polycrystalline. The intended audience of this book is practicing scientists (physicists, engineers, materials scientists, and applied mathematicians) involved in advanced research on shock compression of solid materials.
Contents:
Chapter1: Introduction
Chapter2: Shock Physics Fundamentals
Part I: Nonlinear Elasticity and Equations of State
Chapter3: Lagrangian Formulation
Chapter4: Eulerian Formulation
Chapter5: Logarithmic Formulation
Chapter6: Equations of State
Part II: Inelasticity: Plasticity, Twinning, Fracture, and Flow
Chapter7: Dislocation Plasticity in Single Crystals
Chapter8: Shock Compression of Ductile Polycrystals
Chapter9: Deformation Twinning in Single Crystals
Chapter10: Fracture and Flow in Brittle Solids
Part III Internal Structure: Differential-Geometric Modeling
Chapter11: Finsler-Geometric Modeling of Structural Changes in Solids.
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ISBN:
978-3-030-15330-4
9783030153304
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-3-030-15330-4 doi
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