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Contributions to problems in statistical physics, elasticity and dislocation theory

Contributions to problems in statistical physics, elasticity and dislocation theory

Oslo, Norway, November 25-26, 1991

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Published by Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Statistical physics -- Congresses.,
  • Elasticity -- Congresses.,
  • Dislocations in crystals -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesStatistical physics, elasticity and dislocation theory.
    Statementeditors, T. Jøssang, D.M. Barnett.
    SeriesPhysica scripta -- vol. T44., Physica scripta (Stockholm, Sweden : 1982) -- v. T44.
    ContributionsJøssang, T., Barnett, David M.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination159 p. :
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15188893M
    ISBN 109187308908

    Realistic physical systems are comprised of an enormous number of atoms and statistical physics must be used to understand their properties. This an interesting area of research for four reasons: (1) it studies diverse physical systems such as superconductors, liquid crystals, bio-membranes, and polymers, (2) there are many new and extremely novel theoretical ideas and approaches nowadays used. In this book, the authors bring together basic ideas from fracture mechanics and statistical physics, classical theories, simulation and experimental results to make the statistical physics aspects of fracture more accessible. They explain fracture-like phenomena, highlighting the role of disorder and heterogeneity from a statistical physical viewpoint.

    Finally, his theory on “gradient elasticity” as applied to elimination of singularities from dislocation lines is the subject of Chapter of another recent book by Gutkin and I.A. Ovid’ko . The Elastic Problem. All of the above concepts can be translated, with some modifications, to elasticity theory. The linear elastic analog of the single conducting shell problem happens to be a famous example, solved by Inglis (20) in a circular cavity in an infinite 2D elastic medium, subject to remote stress. Math-.

    John Douglas Eshelby FRS (21 December – 10 December ) was a scientist in work has shaped the fields of defect mechanics and micromechanics of inhomogeneous solids for fifty years and provided the basis for the quantitative analysis of the controlling mechanisms of plastic deformation and fracture.   Elasticity: Theory and Applications, now in a revised and updated second edition, has long been used as a textbook by seniors and graduate students in civil, mechanical, and biomedical engineering. The kinematics of continuous media and the analysis of stress are introduced through the concept of linear transformation of points to cover in great detail the linear theory of elasticity as well.


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