Thermomechanics of Composites under High Temperatures by Yuriy I. DimitrienkoThermomechanics of Composites under High Temperatures by Yuriy I. Dimitrienko

Thermomechanics of Composites under High Temperatures

byYuriy I. Dimitrienko

Paperback | December 5, 2010

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This pioneering book presents new models for the thermomechanical behavior of composite materials, taking into account internal physico-chemical transformations such as thermodecomposition, sublimation, and melting at high temperatures. It collects unique experimental results on mechanical and thermal properties of composites at temperatures up to 2000°C.
Title:Thermomechanics of Composites under High TemperaturesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:370 pages, 9.45 × 6.3 × 0.03 inPublished:December 5, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048151228

ISBN - 13:9789048151226

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Table of Contents

Introduction. Nomenclature. 1. High-Temperature Environment and Composite Materials. 2. General Equations of Multiphase Continuum Mechanics for Ablative Composites. 3. Mathematical Model of Ablative Composites. 4. Behaviour of Matrices at High Temperatures. 5. Reinforcing Fibres under High Temperatures. 6. Unidirectional Composites under High Temperatures. 7. Textile Ablative Composites Materials. 8. Composites Reinforced by Dispersed Particles. 9. Phenomena in Composite Materials Caused by Gradient Heating. 10. Linear Ablation of Composites. 11. Thermal Stresses in Composite Structures under High Temperatures. 12. Mechanics of Composite Thin-Walled Shells under High Temperatures. Appendix. Methods of Experimental Investigation of High-Temperature Properties of Composite Materials. References. Subject Index.

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`... well-organized... will be a welcome addition to the literature for those scientists and engineers faced with the challenge of designing advanced composite materials for use at high temperatures.' AIAA Journal, 38:8 (2000)