Recent Advances in Experimental Mechanics: In Honor of Isaac M. Daniel by E.E. GdoutosRecent Advances in Experimental Mechanics: In Honor of Isaac M. Daniel by E.E. Gdoutos

Recent Advances in Experimental Mechanics: In Honor of Isaac M. Daniel

EditorE.E. Gdoutos

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This book contains 71 papers presented at the symposium on "Recent Advances in Experimental Mechanics" which was organized in honor of Professor Isaac M. Daniel. The symposium took place at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University on th June 23-28, 2002, in conjunction with the 14 US National Congress of Applied Mechanics. The book is a tribute to Isaac Daniel, a pioneer of experimental mechanics and composite materials, in recognition of his continuous, original, diversified and outstanding contributions for half a century. The book consists of invited papers written by leading experts in the field. It contains original contributions concerning the latest developments in experimental mechanics. It covers a wide range of subjects, including optical methods of stress analysis (photoelasticity, moiré, etc.), composite materials, sandwich construction, fracture mechanics, fatigue and damage, nondestructive evaluation, dynamic problems, fiber optic sensors, speckle metrology, digital image processing, nanotechnology, neutron diffraction and synchrotron radiation methods. The papers are arranged in the following nine sections: Mechanical characterization of material behavior, composite materials, fracture and fatigue, optical methods, n- destructive evaluation, neutron diffraction and synchrotron radiation methods, hybrid methods, composite structures, and structural testing and analysis.
Title:Recent Advances in Experimental Mechanics: In Honor of Isaac M. DanielFormat:PaperbackPublished:December 4, 2014Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Editor's Preface. Biography of Isaac M. Daniel. List of Publications by Isaac M. Daniel. List of Contributors. 1: Mechanical Behavior of Materials. Hopkinson Techniques for Dynamic Triaxial Compression Tests; J. Rome, et al. Asymptotic Scaling of Gradient Theory of Micro-Scale Plasticity of Metals; Z.P. Bazant. The Role of Pressure in the Behavior of Time-Dependent Materials; T. Prodan, I. Emri. High Strain Rate Testing of Sandwich Core Materials; M. Vural, G. Ravichandran. Development of a Shear Test for Low Modulus Foam Materials; A.K. Row, J.D. Camping. Indentation of a PVC Cellular Foam; E.E. Gdoutos, J.L. Abot. Nanomanipulation and Characterization of Individual Carbon Nanotubes; R.S. Ruoff, et al. Quasi-Static and Dynamic Torsion Testing of Ceramic Micro and Nano-Structured Coatings Using Speckle Photography; F. Barthelat, et al. 2: Composite Materials. Measured Response: State Variables for Composite Materials; K. Reifsnider, M. Pastor. On the Modeling of the Mechanical Properties of Composite Materials at High Strain Rates; J.R. Vinson, S. Xiao. Damage Quantification in Metal Matrix Composites; G.Z. Voyiadjis, et al. Study of Damage in Particulate Composites; C.A. Sciammarella, F.M. Sciammarella. Hygric Characterization of Composite Laminates; S.-C. Wooh, C.-L. Tsai. Pneumatic Behavior of Composite Materials; C.-L. Tsai, Y.-S. Tsai. The Effect of Specimen Size on the Compressive Strength of Carbon Fibre-Epoxy Laminates; C. Soutis, J. Lee. Interfacial Strength and Toughness Characterization Using a Novel Test Specimen; G.P. Tandon, et al. A Model for the Accurate Prediction of the Residual Strength after Damage Due to Impact and Erosion of FRPs; G.C. Papanicolaou, et al. 3: Fracture and Fatigue. The Origin and Inception of Fatigue in Steel - A Probabilistic Model; S.A. Guralnick, J. Mohammadi. Fatigue Damage Tolerant Analysis Using the Fatigue Damage Map; C.A. Rodopoulos, J.R. Yates. Crack Growth Behavior and SIF's as Observed by Optical Methods; C.W. Smith. A Model for Failure Initiation in Ductile Materials; J. Zuo, et al. Crack Paths in Adhesive Bonds; L. Banks-Sills, J. Schwartz. Experimental Determination of Fracture Parameters for Predicting Crack Growth in Viscoelastic Polymers; D.H. Allen, J.J. Williams. Failure of Spot Weld: A Competition Between Crack Mechanics and Plastic Collapse; Y.J. Chao. Investigating the Effects of Specimen Thickness and Pressure on the Crack Growth Behavior of a Particulate Composite Material; C.T. Liu. Dynamic Fracture Experiments Using Point Impact; D. Rittel. Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Shear-Dominated Intersonic Crack Growth and Friction in Unidirectional Composites; A.J. Rosakis, et al. 4: Optical Methods. Moiré Interferometry - Past, Present and Future; D. Post. Optical Fibre Bragg Grating Sensors in Experimental Mechanics of Composite Laminated Plates; J. Botsis, et al. Optoelectronic Displacement Measurement Method for Rotating Disks; C.E. Bakis, et al. Deformation Measurement of Sheet Metal Forming Using Photogrammetry; K. Andresen. Fracture Processes of Quasi-Brittle Materials Studied with Digital Image Correlation; J.S. Lawler, S.P. Shah. On the Use of Different Wavelengths to Digitally Determine the Isochromatic Fringe Order; T.Y. Chen, et al. The Application of Speckle Metrology to Heart Mechanics; G.R. Gaudette, et al. 5: Non-Destructive Evaluation. Line Focus Acoustic