Fracture-Instability Dynamics, Scaling and Ductile/Brittle Behavior: Volume 409. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2129238
  • Book
  • 422 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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This book brings together scientists from diverse research communities to focus on four different aspects of fracture - instability dynamics, scaling/fractal geometry, the brittle/ductile transition, and fracture at interfaces. In each case, theoretical issues, as well as experimental and computer-simulated techniques, are addressed. Materials of interest range from ceramics to thin films, multilayer structures, composites and bulk crystals. Topics include: brittle/ductile behavior and crack tip processes; dislocations - theory/simulation approaches; fracture at interfaces - the role of impurities; fracture in ceramics and composites; dynamic instabilities in fracture; fractals and scaling in fracture; and friction, wear and peel processes.
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Anders E. Carlsson Washington University, St Louis.

Edwin R. Fuller, Jr. National Institute of Standards and Technology, Maryland.

John J. Mecholsky University of Florida.

Robin L. Blumberg Selinger National Institute of Standards and Technology, Maryland.
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