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by G. Zanzotto,Mario Pitteri

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  • ISBN 0849303273
  • ISBN13 978-0849303272
  • Language English
  • Author G. Zanzotto,Mario Pitteri
  • Publisher Chapman and Hall/CRC; 1 edition (June 27, 2002)
  • Pages 392
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  • Category Engineering
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Continuum Models for Phase Transitions and Twinning in Crystals presents the fundamentals of a remarkably successful approach to crystal thermomechanics. Developed over the last two decades, it is based on the mathematical theory of nonlinear thermoelasticity, in which a new viewpoint on material symmetry, motivated by molecular theories, plays a central role. This is the first organized presentation of a nonlinear elastic approach to twinning and displacive phase transition in crystalline solids. The authors develop geometry, kinematics, and energy invariance in crystals in strong connection and with the purpose of investigating the actual mechanical aspects of the phenomena, particularly in an elastostatics framework based on the minimization of a thermodynamic potential. Interesting for both mechanics and mathematical analysis, the new theory offers the possibility of investigating the formation of microstructures in materials undergoing martensitic phase transitions, such as shape-memory alloys.Although phenomena such as twinning and phase transitions were once thought to fall outside the range of elastic models, research efforts in these areas have proved quite fruitful. Relevant to a variety of disciplines, including mathematical physics, continuum mechanics, and materials science, Continuum Models for Phase Transitions and Twinning in Crystals is your opportunity to explore these current research methods and topics.

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Interesting for both mechanics and mathematical analysis, the new theory offers the possibility of investigating the formation of microstructures in materials undergoing martensitic phase transitions, such as shape-memory alloys.

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Mario Pitteri, G. CRC Press, 27 giu 2002 - 392 pagine. Continuum Models for Phase Transitions and Twinning in Crystals presents the fundamentals of a remarkably successful approach to crystal thermomechanics. Developed over the last two decades, it is based on the mathematical theory of nonlinear thermoelasticity, in which a new viewpoint on material symmetry, motivated by molecular theories, plays a central role. This is the first organized presentation of a nonlinear elastic approach to twinning and displacive phase transition in crystalline solids.

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Mathematics for Engineering. Continuum Models for Phase Transitions and Twinning in Crystals. eBook Rental from £2. 0. The authors develop geometry, kinematics, and energy invariance in crystals in strong connection and with the purpose of investigating the actual mechanical aspects of the phenomena, particularly in an elastostatics framework based on the minimization of a thermodynamic potential. Continuum Models for Phase Transitions and Twinning in Crystals (Appli. Are you sure you want to remove Continuum Models for Phase Transitions and Twinning in Crystals (Applied Mathematics) from your list? Continuum Models for Phase Transitions and Twinning in Crystals (Applied Mathematics). Since the mid-seventies there has been a strong and remarkably successful effort to use 3-dimensional nonlinear thermoelasticity theory for modelling the behavior of crystalline solids in the range of finite deformations.

Pitteri, . Zanzotto, G. (2002). Kinematics of multilattices. Developed over the last two decades, it is based on the mathematical theory of nonlinear thermoelasticity, in which a new viewpoint on material symmetry, motivated by molecular theories, plays a c. Table of contents.

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