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Fracture micromechanics of polymer materials : SERIES ON FATIGUE AND FRACTURE - V.S. Kuksenko

Fracture micromechanics of polymer materials

SERIES ON FATIGUE AND FRACTURE

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Published: 31st October 1981
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Within the last two decades fracture theory has been one of the most rapidly advancing fields of continuous media mechanics. Noteworthy sucĀ­ cess has been achieved in linear fracture mechanics where the propagation of the macrocrack in elastic materials is under study. However, fracture of materials is by no means a simple process since it involves fracture of structural elements ranging from atomic sizes to macrocracks. To obtain all information about how and why materials fail, all stages of the process must be studied. For a long time both mechanical engineers and physicists have been concerned with the problem of the fracture of solids. Unfortunately, most of their work has been independent of the others. To solve the problem not only requires the minds and work of mechanical engineers and physicists but chemists and other specialists must be consulted as well. In this book we will consider some conclusions of the "physical" and "mechanical" schools acquired by the A. F. Joffe Physics-Technical Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences in Leningrad and the Institute of Polymer Mechanics of Latvian SSR Academy of Sciences in Riga. The methods for studying the phenomena of fracture applied at both Institutes are different yet complimentary to one another; the materials tested are also sometimes different.

1 Changes in the mechanical properties of polymer and composite materials during the fatigue process.- 2 The observations of continuum ruptures in polymers under load.- 3 Regularities of submicrocrack origination in loaded polymers.- 4 Structural conditions for submicrocrack generation.- 5 Molecular mechanism of submicrocrack generation.- 6 Localization of the fracture process.- 7 A statistical model of the fracture of polymer materials.- 8 Theory of scattered fracture at the complex stress state.- 9 Fracture of polymer and composite materials during high speed tension.- 10 Analysis of the temperature field during vibrational loading with consideration given to scattered damage.- References.

ISBN: 9789024725571
ISBN-10: 9024725577
Series: SERIES ON FATIGUE AND FRACTURE
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 311
Published: 31st October 1981
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.8  x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.6