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Mechanics of Multi-Scale Hybrid Nanocomposites provides a practical and application-based investigation of both static and dynamic behaviors of multi-scale hybrid nanocomposites. The book outlines how to predict the mechanical behavior and material characteristics of these nanocomposites via two-step micromechanical homogenization techniques performed in an energy-based approach that is incorporated with the strain-displacement relations of shear deformable beam, plate and shell theories. The effects of using various nanofillers are detailed, providing readers with the best methods of improving nanocomposite stiffness. Both numerical (Ritz, Rayleigh-Ritz, etc.) and analytical (Navier, Galerkin, etc.) solution methods are outlined, along with examples and techniques.
- Applies the principles of elasticity and micromechanics to solve both dynamic and static behaviors of multi-scale hybrid nanocomposite beams, plates and shells
- Outlines two-step homogenization techniques based on micromechanical approaches to obtain nanocomposites properties
- Discusses the use of various nanofillers to improve the stiffness of nanocomposites
- Considers the effects of various boundary conditions on the mechanical responses of nanocomposite structures
Academic researchers in the fields of mechanical engineering and materials science
1. An Introduction to Composites and Nanocomposites
2. Industrial Applications of Nanocomposites
3. An Introduction to Elasticity
4. Beam, Plate, and Shell Theories: Strain-Displacement Relations
5. Multi-Scale Hybrid Nanocomposites: Homogenization
6. Vibration Analysis of Multi-Scale Hybrid Nanocomposites
7. Buckling Analysis of Multi-Scale Hybrid Nanocomposites
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- © Elsevier 2022
- 1st February 2022
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Farzad Ebrahimi is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Imam Khomeini International University (IKIU), Qazvin, Iran. He received his B.S., M.Sc., and Ph.D. all from the School of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Tehran. Thereafter, he joined IKIU in 2012 as an Assistant Professor and was elected as Associate Professor in 2017. His research interests include mechanics of nanostructures and nanocomposites, smart materials and structures, viscoelasticity, composite materials, functionally graded materials (FGMs), and continuum plate and shell theories. He has published more than 400 international research papers. In addition to the books he has edited, recently, he has authored two books, titled “Wave Propagation Analysis of Smart Nanostructures” and “Mechanics of Nanocomposites: Homogenization and Analysis”, in collaboration with Taylor & Francis Group/CRC Press
Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Imam Khomeini International University, Qazvin, Iran
Ali Dabbagh is an M.Sc. graduate from the School of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Tehran. He received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Imam Khomeini International University (IKIU). His research interests include solid mechanics, composites and nanocomposites, smart materials and structures, functionally graded materials (FGMs), nanostructures, and continuum plate and shell theories. He has published more than 50 international research papers in his research area, and possesses two authored books. His books, titled “Wave Propagation Analysis of Smart Nanostructures” and “Mechanics of Nanocomposites: Homogenization and Analysis”, were both published by Taylor & Francis Group/CRC Press. Currently, he is seeking for an appropriate Ph.D. position to keep on being involved in new challenges in his field of interest.
School of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
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