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Multi-Scales Behaviour of Materials

  • ID: 2157511
  • Book
  • June 2012
  • 250 Pages
  • Trans Tech Publications Inc
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Series: Applied Mechanics and Materials, Volume 146

This volume focuses on the development of methods, for predicting the behaviour of materials, so as to be able to design materials having specific properties. This requires a multi-scale material modeling framework that is based upon the fundamental laws of physics and links the electronic modeling hierarchy all the way from the atomistic and mesoscale modeling regimes up to macroscopic material behaviour. It is evident that such a framework cannot be based upon rigid formal parameterizations alone, but must emerge from a detailed understanding of the mechanistic behaviour of materials, a profound knowledge of material properties and metallurgical trends, and must take account of the processing of materials as the basis of dynamic structure/property relationships.
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Table of Contents (19 papers, 10 per page listed)

Micro-Scale Modeling of Carbon-Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Materials
Fethi Abbassi, A. Gherissi, Ali Zghal, Sébastien Mistou, Joël Alexis

Cellulose Whiskers Micro-Fibers Effect in the Mechanical Proprieties of PP and PLA Composites Fibers Obtained by Spinning Process
A. Gherissi, R.Ben Cheikh, E. Dévaux, Fethi Abbassi

Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams by Confined Oblique Rods
F. Taouche, Kamal Ait Tahar, Ne Hannachi

Behavior of the Composite Lightweight Concrete
S. Bouaziz, Kamal Ait Tahar

Effects of Ageing in Marine Environment on Glass Fibre/Unsaturated Polyester Composite
Khedoudja Laoubi, Nabila Belloul, Ali Ahmed Benyahia, Aîcha Sérier, Nourdine Ouali

Study of Mechanical Behavior of Concrete in Direct Tensile Fiber Chips
Youcef Bouafia, M. Said Kachi, Djamel Atlaoui, Said Djebali

Effect of Artificial Defect and Mean Shear Stress on Torsional Fatigue Behaviour
Anouar Nasr, Yves Nadot, Chokri Bouraoui, Raouf Fathallah

Optimizing Residual Stress Profile Induced by Laser Shock Peening Using DOE Technique
Mounir Frija, R. Ben Sghaier, Chokri Bouraoui, Raouf Fathallah

Toward Optimal Updating Time Inspection Based on Reliability Approach of Fatigue Crack Propagation
M. Eltaief, T. Hassine, Chokri Bouraoui, H. Riahi, A. Chateauneuf, Ph. Bressolette

Impact and Sliding Wear Resistance of Hadfield and Rail Steel
R. Harzallah, A. Mouftiez, S. Hariri, E. Felder, J.P. Maujean

Predicting the Reliability of Aligned Carbon Nanotube Bundles in Mechanical Structures
Khalil El-Hami, Abdelkhalak El-Hami

Safety and Reliability of Carbon Nanotubes in Nanoactuator Application
Khalil El-Hami, Abdelkhalak El-Hami

Correlating Piezoelectric Polymer/Carbon Nanotubes Nanocomposite Strain Sensor with Reliability and Optimization Tools
Khalil El-Hami, Abdelkhalak El-Hami

Performance and Analysis of Concrete in Sewer Environment: Anisotropy of Damage
Mehena Oualit, Raoul Jauberthie, Yannick Melinge, Tahar Abadlia

Epoxy-Layered Silicate and Epoxy MWCNTs Nanocomposites
A. Stan, I. Dinca, C. Ban, S. Ilina, Dan Donescu, H. Paven, L. Dumitrache, L. Gavrila, I. Voicu

Design and Finite Element Modal Analysis of 48m Composite Wind Turbine Blade
M. Tarfaoui, H. Khadimallah, Abdellatif Imad, J.Y. Pradillon

Residual Stresses in a Ceramic-Metal Composite
V. Cazajus, Sebastien Seguy, Hélène Welemane, Moussa Karama

Impact Depth on Glass Surface Caused by Sand Particles
S. Bouzid, Z. Azari

Effect of Hydrogen on Mechanical Properties of Pipeline API 5L X70 Steel
T. Bellahcene, J. Capelle, Méziane Aberkane, Z. Azari
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This collection of peer reviewed articles on materials science and modeling showcases current scholarship in a wide variety of development and testing research areas. Topics discussed include micro-scale modeling of carbon-fiber reinforced thermoplastic materials, behavior of lightweight concretes, impact and sliding wear resistance of Hadfield and Rail steel, safety and reliability of carbon nanotubes in nanoactuator applications, and the design and finite element modal analysis of composite wind turbine blades. Articles include keywords, abstracts, illustrations, and formulas, and both keyword and author indexes are provided. Contributors are academics and researchers from primarily French institutions.
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