Multiscaling in Molecular and Continuum Mechanics: Interaction of Time and Size from Macro to Nano: Application to biology, physics, material science, by G.C. SihMultiscaling in Molecular and Continuum Mechanics: Interaction of Time and Size from Macro to Nano: Application to biology, physics, material science, by G.C. Sih

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For the first time, a book is being edited to address how results from one scale can be shifted or related to another scale, say from macro to micro or vice versa. The new approach retains the use of the equilibrium mechanics within a scale level such that cross scale results can be connected by scale invariant criteria. Engineers in different disciplines should be able to understand and use the results.
Title:Multiscaling in Molecular and Continuum Mechanics: Interaction of Time and Size from Macro to Nano…Format:PaperbackDimensions:478 pages, 9.45 × 6.3 × 0 inPublished:October 19, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Contributors; Foreword; Technical Contributions; "Deborah numbers", coupling multiple space and time scales and governing damage evolution to failure, by Y.L. Bai, H.Y. Wang, M.F. Xia, F.J. Ke; A multi-scale formulation for modeling of wrinkling formation in Polycrystalline Materials, by J.S. Chen, S. Mehraeen; A multiscale field theory: Nano/micro materials, by Y.P. Chen, J.D. Lee, Y.J. Lei, L.M. Xiong; Combined loading rate and specimen size effects on the material properties, by Z. Chen, Y. Gan, L. M. Shen; Discrete-to-continuum scale bridging, by J. Fish; Multiscale mechanics of carbon nanotubes and their composites, by X.Q. Feng; Analytical multi-scale methods for complex flows in process engineering: Retrospect and prospect, by W. Ge, F.G. Chen, G.Z. Zhou, J.G. Li; Multiscaling effects in TRIP steels, by G.N. Haidemenopoulos, N. Aravas; Ductile Cr-alloys with solute and precipitate softening, by S. Hao, J. Weertman; Multiscaling model of fatigue crack growth, by R. Jones, S. Barter, L. Molent, S. Pitt; Continuum-based and cluster models for nanomaterials, by D. Qian, K. Nagarajan, S.R. Mannava, V.K. Vasudevan; Segmented multiscale approach by telescoping and microscoping matter, by G.C. Sih; Mode I segmented crack model: macro/symmetry, micro/anti-symmetry and dislocation/skew-symmetry, by G.C. Sih, X.S. Tang; Tensegrity architecture and the mammalian cell cytoskeleton, by D. Stamenovic, N. Wang, D.E. Ingber; Mode II segmented crack model: macro/skew-symmetry, micro/anti-symmetry and dislocation/skew-symmetry, by X.S. Tang, G.C. Sih; Microstructure and microhardness in surface-nanocrystalline Al-alloy material, by Y.G. Wei, X.L. Wu, C. Zhu, M.H. Zhao; Grain boundary effects on fatigue damage and material properties: macro- and micro-considerations, by Z.F. Zhang, Z.G. Wang; Coupling and communicating atomistic and continuum simulation methodologies, by J.A. Zimmerman, P. A. Klein, E.B. Webb III; Author index; Subject index