Keywords for the Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids

  • Authors should select a maximum of five keywords. Each keyword should beaccompanied by the capital letter denoting the category from which the keyword hasbeen selected. If authors wish, they may nominate one keyword which is not includedin the list below. The list of up to five keywords should appear on the title page ofeach paper submitted for consideration, following the abstract.

    A. Physical Phenomena
    acoustics
    adhesion and adhesives
    buckling
    chemo-mechanical processes
    corrosion and embrittlement
    crack branching and bifurcation
    crack propagation and arrest
    crack tip plasticity
    creep
    cutting and forming
    delamination
    diffusion, bulk
    diffusion, surface
    dislocations
    ductility
    dynamic fracture
    dynamics
    electromechanical processes
    electromigration
    energy release rate
    fastening and joining
    fracture
    fracture mechanisms
    fracture toughness
    grain boundaries
    identation and hardness
    microcracking
    microstructures
    phase transformation
    plastic collapse
    powder compaction
    shock waves
    solidification and melting
    strengthening and mechanisms
    stress concentrations
    stress intensity factors
    stress relaxation
    thermomechanical process
    twinning
    vibrations
    voids and inclusions
    wear and ablation

    B. Problem Description
    anisotropic material
    beams and columns
    biological material
    ceramic material
    concrete
    constitutive behaviour
    contact mechanics
    crack mechanics
    crystal plasticity
    crystal loading
    elastic material
    elastic?plastic material
    elastic?viscoplastic material
    ferro-electric material
    fiber-reinforced composite material
    finite deflections
    finite strain
    foam material
    friction
    geological material
    glass material
    granular material
    ice and snow
    ideally plastic material
    inhomogeneous material
    layered material
    metallic materials
    particulate reinforced material
    piezoelectric material
    plastic collapse
    plates
    polycrystalline material
    polymeric material
    porous material
    pressure vessels
    residual stress
    rock
    rods and cables
    rubber material
    semiconductor material
    sensors and actuators
    shells and membranes
    strain compatibility
    stress waves
    structures
    superconducting material
    thermal stress
    viscoelastic material
    viscoplastic material
    wood material

    C. Methods
    analytic functions
    asymptotic analysis
    boundary integral equations
    characteristics
    conservation integrals
    electrical resistance
    electron microscopy
    energy methods
    finite differences
    finite elements
    fractography
    impact testing
    integral transforms
    Kolsky bar
    linear programming
    mechanical testing
    nondestructive evaluation
    numerical algorithms
    optical interferometry
    optimization
    piezoelectric effect
    plate impact
    probability and statistics
    stability and bifurcation
    variational calculus

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