Contributions to Mechanics - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080128221, 9781483152462

Contributions to Mechanics

1st Edition

Markus Reiner Eightieth Anniversary Volume

Editors: David Abir
eBook ISBN: 9781483152462
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1969
Page Count: 462
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Description

Contributions to Mechanics presents a biographical survey of Professor Markus Reiner's life. This book is a manifestation of affection and esteem to Professor Reiner, expressed by various authors who eagerly contributed original works in the field of mechanics. Organized into five parts encompassing 26 chapters, this book begins with a biographical article of Professor Markus Reiner that includes a detailed account of his works. This text then explores the approach for the interpretation of certain features commonly accepted in quantum theory on the basis of its mathematical formalism. Other chapters present the concept of micropolar fluids and micropolar solids as special classes of micromorphic materials. This book discusses as well the general theory for the isotropic strain tensor. The final chapter deals with the anomalous phenomena of flow that play a significant role in the flow of most biological materials, such as serum, blood, and synovial fluid. Mechanical engineers and scientists will find this book useful.

Table of Contents


Preface

Selected List of Publications

A Biographical Sketch

Fundamentals

A Phenomenological Approach to Quantum Theory

Mechanics of Micropolar Continua

Applications of Singular Perturbations and Boundary-Layer Theory to Simple Ordinary Differential Equations

The General Strain Tensor

Categories of Information

The Postulates in the Theory of Superelasticity

Orthogonal Integrity Basis for N Symmetric Matrices

Elasticity and Plasticity

Energy Theorems for Finite Deformation of Originally Plane, Plastic, Strain-hardening Membranes

On Certain Cases of Elastic Nonhomogeneity

Optimal Plastic Design of Rings

On Stability of Viscoplastic Systems with Thermo-Mechanical Coupling

Non-linear Theory for Axisymmetric Deformations of Heterogeneous Shells of Revolution

Dynamics

Pressure Distribution on Conical Delta Wings in Supersonic-Moderate Hypersonic Flow

Similarity Rule in the Hydrodynamically Transcritical Regime in an Ionized Multi-fluid Gas

On the Protective Action of Hip Safety Belts in Vehicles

Material Properties

The Ronay Effect in Media Showing Creep

The "Yield Point" of Concrete

Effect of Orientation on the Fatigue Behavior of Surface Grains in Polycrystalline Aluminum

Polymers in Material Science

Rheology

Rheology—Its Structure and Its Position among the Natural Sciences

Viscosity of Rigid Particle Suspensions

On Decay of Elastic Properties in a Viscoelastic Material under Tensile Stress

On the Theory of Torsional Rheometry

The Rheological Behavior of Complex Viscoelastic Solids a Rheological Approach to Research in Micro-circulation


Details

No. of pages:
462
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1969
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483152462

About the Editor

David Abir