Handbook of Damage Mechanics : Nano to Macro Scale for Materials and Structures / edited by George Z. Voyiadjis.

New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 2020.
Engineering (Springer-11647)
1 online resource (1400 pages) : 300 illustrations
Mechanics, Applied.
Building materials.
Composite materials.
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Macro to Nano Damage for Materials and Structures provides a comprehensive reference for the topics of damage and healing mechanics. Appropriate for an audience at of graduate students and faculty, researchers, and professioals in the fields of Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Materials Science, and Engineering Mechanics, the volume covers all types of materials that the engineers may encounter including metals, composites, ceramics, polymers, biomaterials, and nanomaterials. The internationally recognized team of contributors  employ a consistent and systematic approach offering readers a user friendly reference ideal for frequent consultation.
Damage Model for Metals and Composites
Nonlocal Damage Model for Metals and Composites
Continuum Damage-Healing Mechanics
Introduction: Micromechanics Motivated Continuum Damage Mechanics and Micromechanical Damage Mechanics of Composite Materials
Micromechanical Damage Models for Brittle Solids with Many Randomly Distributed Microcracks
Foundation on Micromechanics of Particle or Fiber Reinforced Composites
Micromechanical Probabilistic Damage Mechanics of Particle Reinforced Composites Considering Progressive Particle Debonding
Probabilistic Micromechanical Damage Mechanics of Continuous Fiber Reinforced Composites Considering Progressive Fiber Debonding
Micromechanical Damage Mechanics of Particle Reinforced Composites Considering Particle or fiber Cracking
3-D Statistical Micromechanical Damage Mechanics of Composites with Many Randomly Located Interacting Microcracks and Inclusions
Micromechanical Damage Mechanics of Functionally Graded Composites Considering Progressive Particle Debonding
Thermomechanical constitutive and damage models for airfield concrete pavement under transient high temperature loading
Conclusions and Future Directions
Particle Modeling of Damage Phenomena
Fractals at Elastic-Plastic-Brittle Transitions
Scale-Dependent Homogenization of Random Microstructures
Discrete Models of Statistical Damage Mechanics (SDM): Rational Theories
Phenomenology of Dynamical Problems
Fundamentals of Nuclear Damage
Experimental Assessment Materials Tolerance to Nuclear Damage
A Review of Hydrogen Embrittlement.
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