Creep and Damage in Materials and Structures
Holm Altenbach, Jacek Skrzypek
Springer Vienna, Nov 22, 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 348 pages
This textbook gives a concise survey of constitutive and structural modeling for high temperature creep, damage, low – cycle fatigue and other inelastic conditions. The book shows the creep and continuum damage mechanics as rapidly developing discipline which interlinks the material science foundations, the constitutive modeling and computer simulation application to analysis and design of simple engineering components. It is addressed to young researchers and scientists working in the field of mechanics of inelastic, time-dependent materials and structures, as well as to PhD students in computational mechanics, material sciences, mechanical and civil engineering.
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Classical and NonClassical Creep Models
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addition alloy analysis anisotropic applications approach associated assumed behaviour composites concept considered constant constitutive equations Continuum Damage corresponding coupled crack creep strain criterion curves cyclic Damage Mechanics defined deformation denote dependence described determined developed direction discussed disk effect elastic element energy engineering equilibrium stress equivalent evolution example experimental experiments expressed failure Figure flow force formulation fracture function given growth hardening Hayhurst increase independent inelastic influence initial internal introduced invariants isotropic Krempl leads lifetime linear loading material measured Mech metals nonlinear observed obtained overstress parameters physical plastic possible potential prediction principal problem relaxation respect response rupture scalar shown shows simple solid solution specimen steel strain rate stress stress tensor structures temperature tension tensor term tests theory thermodynamic uniaxial variable yields zero