Mechanics of composite materials
Assembles, interprets, and interrelates new information on composites and presents an account of their mechanical behavior. Considers solid media behavior and certain types of fluid suspensions. Analyzes elasticity, viscoelasticity, and plasticity. Gives derivations of basic forms and comparisons with experimental data.
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