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Volume 1. Plenary lecture. Computational plasticity - challenge to hierarchical microstructure. Dynamic plasticity and fracture. Reliability analysis and reliability-based design. Statistical properties of advanced materials. Volume 2. Computer-assisted fatigue technology. Advanced techniques in structural integrity assessment. Fatigue of advanced and functional materials. Localized corrosion - mechanisms and advanced evaluation technique. Volume 3. Interface and processing of fibre-reinforced composites. Strength and fracture of metal matrix composites. Mechanical properties of intermetallic compounds. Polymer alloys - structure and properties. Mechanical behaviour of advanced materials. Constitutive relations and damage mechanics. Volume 4. Fracture and fracture mechanics. Fatigue and fatigue mechanisms. Creep and high temperature strength. New technology in testing and evaluation. Author Index.
Significant progress in the science and technology of the mechanical behaviour of materials has been made in recent years. The greatest strides forward have occurred in the field of advanced materials with high performance, such as ceramics, composite materials, and intermetallic compounds. The Sixth International Conference on Mechanical Behaviour of Materials (ICM-6), taking place in Kyoto, Japan, 29 July - 2 August 1991 addressed these issues. In commemorating the fortieth anniversary of the Japan Society of Materials Science, organised by the Foundation for Advancement of International Science and supported by the Science Council of Japan, the information provided in these proceedings reflects the international nature of the meeting. It provides a valuable account of recent developments and problems in the field of mechanical behaviour of materials.
For materials scientists and engineers in academia, research and industry involved with the mechanical behaviour of materials.
- © Pergamon 1992
- 22nd April 1992
- eBook ISBN:
Osaka University, Japan
Kyoto University, Japan
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