Advanced Computational Materials Modeling: From Classical to Multi-Scale Techniques (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Sep 22, 2011 - Technology & Engineering - 445 pages
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With its discussion of strategies for modeling complex materials using new numerical techniques, mainly those based on the finite element method, this monograph covers a range of topics including computational plasticity, multi-scale formulations, optimization and parameter identification, damage mechanics and nonlinear finite elements.
  

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Contents

Local and Nonlocal Modeling of Ductile Damage
23
Effect
67
From Classical to MultiScale Techniques
73
Computational Homogenization for Localization and Damage
111
A Mixed Optimization Approach for Parameter Identification Applied
165
Semisolid Metallic Alloys Constitutive Modeling for the Simulation
205
Modeling of Powder Forming Processes Application of
257
Functionally Graded Piezoelectric Material Systems A Multiphysics
301
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338
Variational Foundations of Large Strain Multiscale Solid Constitutive
341
A HomogenizationBased Prediction Method of Macroscopic Yield
379
Index
413
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About the author (2011)

Miguel Vaz Jr. heads the research group "Development and Application of Numerical Methods to Continuum Mechanics" at the State University of Santa Catarina, Brazil. He received his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering in 1998 from the Swansea University, UK. He has worked in multi-physics and coupled problems, especially computational plasticity, thermo-mechanical coupling and polymer melt flow.

Eduardo A. de Souza Neto is a Reader at the School of Engineering, Swansea University, UK. He received his Ph.D. in 1994 from Swansea University for his work in computational plasticity. He has dedicated his research activities to the development of constitutive models and numerical algorithms aimed at large strain inelasticity. He authored key papers on finite element technology, finite strain plasticity and damage mechanics and has been more recently publishing articles on multi-scale methods in non-linear solid mechanics. He is also the author of a textbook on computational methods for plasticity.

Pablo Andrés Mu?oz-Rojas leads the "Computational Mechanics Laboratory" at the State University of Santa Catarina, Brazil. He obtained his Ph.D. degree at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, with research on the application of optimization techniques to metal forming problems. He has focused his work on numerical techniques for sensitivity analysis, parameter identification of elastic-plastic properties and viscoelasticity.

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