Chemical Change in Deforming Materials by Brian BaylyChemical Change in Deforming Materials by Brian Bayly

Chemical Change in Deforming Materials

byBrian Bayly

Hardcover | January 21, 1993

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This book is the first to detail the chemical changes that occur in deforming materials subjected to unequal compressions. While thermodynamics provides, at the macroscopic level, an excellent means of understanding and predicting the behavior of materials in equilibrium and non-equilibriumstates, much less is understood about nonhydrostatic stress and interdiffusion at the chemical level. Little is known, for example, about the chemistry of a state resulting from a cylinder of deforming material being more strongly compressed along its length than radially, a state ofnon-equilibrium that remains no matter how ideal the cylinder's condition in other respects. M. Brian Bayly here provides the outline of a comprehensive approach to gaining a simplified and unified understanding of such phenomena. The author's perspective differs from those commonly found in thetechnical literature in that he emphasizes two little-used equations that allow for a description and clarification of viscous deformation at the chemical level. Written at a level that will be accessible to many non-specialists, this book requires only a fundamental understanding of elementarymathematics, the nonhydrostatic stress state, and chemical potential. Geochemists, petrologists, structural geologists, and materials scientists will find Chemical Change in Deforming Materials interesting and useful.
Brian Bayly is at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Title:Chemical Change in Deforming MaterialsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 9.57 × 6.3 × 0.79 inPublished:January 21, 1993Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195067649

ISBN - 13:9780195067644

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Table of Contents

1. Overview and Preview of ConclusionsPART I: Fundamentals2. Chemical Potential3. Disequilibrium 1: Potential Gradients and Flows4. Disequilibrium 2: Associated Equilibrium States5. Disequilibrium 3: Internal Variables6. Nonhydrostatic Stress7. Change of Shape and Change of Volume8. Conservation9. Chemical Potential under Nonhydrostatic StressPART II: Simultaneous Deformation and Diffusion10. Introduction11. Deformation and Diffusion Compared12. Deformation and Diffusion: Quantitative RelationsPART III: Application: Movements Along One Direction13. Two Phases and One Component14. One Phase and Two Components15. Compounds of the Type (A,B)X16. Two Phases and Two Components17. SummaryPART IV: Extensions18. Cylindrical Inclusions19. Review of Strategies20. Further Extensions