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Mechanics of Nanocomposites : Homogenization and Analysis

By: Dabbagh, Ali Ebrahimi, Farzad

0367254336 / 9780367254339
Hardback
620.115
22/05/2020
Published 22/05/2020
United Kingdom
156 x 235 mm 254 pages, 89 Illustrations, black and white
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Emphasizing the static and dynamic behaviors of nanocomposite single- or multilayered structures in the framework of continuum mechanics-based approaches, Mechanics of Nanocomposites: Homogenization and Analysis investigates mechanical behaviors of polymeric matrices strengthened via various nanofillers and nanoparticles such as carbon nanotubes (CNTs), graphene platelets (GPLs), and graphene oxides (GOs).

It covers equivalent properties of nanocomposites that are obtained via homogenization techniques based on micromechanics approaches.

In addition, this comprehensive book:Discusses the effects of various nanofillers and identifies the amount of the improvement that can be induced in the stiffness of the polymeric nanocomposites by adding a finite content of the aforementioned nanosize reinforcementsMagnifies the effect of the number of the stacking plies of the multi-layered nanocomposite structures on both static and dynamic responses of the continuous systems manufactured from such sandwich structuresPresents a wide range of analytical and numerical solution procedures Investigates the effects of porosity along with mechanical characteristics of nanocompositesConsiders the time-dependency of the material properties of the viscoelastic polymeric nanocomposite structuresPerforms analyses using an energy-based approach incorporated with the strain-displacement relations of both classical and higher-order shear deformable beam, plate, or shell theoremsAimed at researchers, academics, and professionals working across mechanical, materials, and other areas of engineering, this work ensures that readers are equipped to fully understand the mechanical characteristics of nanocomposite structures so that they can design, develop, and apply these materials effectively.

BIC:

PHDT Dynamics & statics, PHFC Condensed matter physics (liquid state & solid state physics), TBN Nanotechnology, TDC Industrial chemistry, TGM Materials science

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