This book offers over 400 never before published and rigorously refereed papers demonstrating the connections between nanoscale phenomena and the critical properties of dozens of engineered and natural materialsafrom polymer composites to human bone. Information is presented on new techniques for studying and quantifying the behavior of materials at nanoscale levels and linking this data to macroscale properties such as strength, fatigue, and failure points. The techniques include novel experiments and uses of instrumentation, as well as modeling and numerical methods. Virtually all the analyses in this book are offered here for the first time. They include information of value for materials investigators in defense, civil engineering, biomaterials, and transportationD. Y. Zheng*, Q. X. Meng, L. Q. Wang, and Z. L. Zhang ABSTRACT V-belt is a special heterogeneous material, its material and ... For example as to the serpentine belt drives used in vehicle industry, belt tensions are needed to be as small asanbsp;...
|Title||:||Advances in Heterogeneous Material Mechanics 2008|
|Author||:||Jinghong Fan, Haibo Chen|
|Publisher||:||DEStech Publications, Inc - 2008|