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Continuum theory of plasticity

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plasticity.,
  • Continuum mechanics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAkhtar S. Khan, Sujian Huang.
    ContributionsHuang, Sujian.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA931 .K478 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 421 p. :
    Number of Pages421
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1089745M
    ISBN 100471310433
    LC Control Number94013851

    The final prices may differ from the prices shown due to specifics of VAT rules About this Textbook This book describes the basic principles of plasticity for students and engineers who wish to perform plasticity analyses in their professional lives, and provides an introduction to the application of plasticity theories and basic continuum mechanics in metal forming processes. However, there are some prerequisites before starting this book, which include a course on engineering mathematics and an introductory course on solid mechanics. To meet the need for an up-to-date introduction to the field, Akhtar S. The emphasis throughout is on the mechanics of solids. This haziness is the result of crazingwhere fibrils are formed within the material in regions of high hydrostatic stress.

    He received the International Journal of Plasticity Award for excellent contribution to the field of plasticity. For graduate students and researchers in engineering mechanics, mechanical, civil, and aerospace engineering, Continuum Theory of Plasticity offers a modern, comprehensive introduction to the entire subject of plasticity. Ductile materials can sustain large plastic deformations without fracture. At high temperatures and pressures, plastic behavior can also be affected by the motion of dislocations in individual grains in the microstructure. I saw applications in differential geometry, but the underlying concepts are not generalized. However, this suggestion is made with the assumption that you already have a foundation in mechanics stress, strain, elasticity, etc.

    The new edition includes additional analytical methods in the classical theory of viscoelasticity. His research interests focus on computational plasticity, mechanics of materials including finite element modeling of advanced structure materials, multi-scale modeling and experiment that reveal deformation mechanism of materials under complex strain path changes. These materials can still undergo plastic deformation. Microplasticity[ edit ] Microplasticity is a local phenomenon in metals. Hooke's law where the Cauchy stress tensor of order d-1 in d dimensions is a function of the strain tensor. Khan is a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and has published over fifty papers in leading international journals.


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Continuum theory of plasticity book

This method of modeling the foam as beams is only valid if the ratio of the density of the foam to the density of the matter is less than 0.

Although this description is accurate when a small part of matter is subjected to increasing loading such as strain loadingthis theory cannot account for irreversibility. The second part is designed to provide the basic principles of continuum mechanics, and the last part presents an extension of one-dimensional plasticity to general three-dimensional laws based on the fundamentals of continuum mechanics.

To meet the need for an up-to-date introduction to the field, Akhtar S. The causes of plasticity in soils can be quite complex and are strongly dependent on the microstructurechemical composition, and water content.

This book may be used as a textbook for a one semester course lasting fourteen weeks or longer.

Continuum Theory of Plasticity / Edition 1

General Principles. It incorporates all the new developments of recent years and offers a lucid presentation of the essential classical contributions.

This region of deformation is known as the linearly elastic region. For graduate students and researchers in engineering mechanics, mechanical, civil, and aerospace engineering, Continuum Theory of Plasticity offers a modern, comprehensive introduction to the entire subject of plasticity.

Introduction to Dislocation Theory. These are basic models that describe how a solid responds to an applied stress: Elasticity — When an applied stress is removed, the material returns to its undeformed state.

The early chapters give the reader a review of elementary concepts of plasticity, the necessary background material on continuum mechanics, and a discussion of the classical theory of plasticity. Recent developments in the field are then explored in sections on the Mroz Multisurface model, the Dafalias and Popov Two Surface model, the non-linear kinematic hardening model, the endochronic theory of plasticity, and numerous topics in finite deformation plasticity theory and strain space formulation for plastic deformation.

Plasticity (physics)

Thanks for your reply. Most books that touch on anything plasticity-related, usually have a short primer on basic plasticity in the beginning. About this title The only modern, up-to-date introduction to plasticity Despite phenomenal progress in plasticity research over the past fifty years, introductory books on plasticity have changed very little.

It incorporates all the new developments of recent years and offers a lucid presentation of the essential classical contributions. The final prices may differ from the prices shown due to specifics of VAT rules About this Textbook This treatise attempts to portray the ideas and general principles of the theory of materials within the framework of phenomenological continuum mechanics.

As new materials are used and old ones are pushed to their limits, non-linear material models are becoming more common. The first part deals with the characteristics of plasticity and instability under simple tension or compression and plasticity in beam bending and torsion.

In the final chapters, the authors introduce the reader to the fundamentals of the micromechanics of plastic deformation and the analytical coupling between deformation of individual crystals and macroscopic material response of the polycrystal aggregate. The mathematical theory of plasticity, flow plasticity theoryuses a set of non-linear, non-integrable equations to describe the set of changes on strain and stress with respect to a previous state and a small increase of deformation.

Basics of Continuum Plasticity

Cellular materials[ edit ] These materials plastically deform when the bending moment exceeds the fully plastic moment. His research interests focus on computational plasticity, mechanics of materials including finite element modeling of advanced structure materials, multi-scale modeling and experiment that reveal deformation mechanism of materials under complex strain path changes.

Physical mechanisms[ edit ] Plasticity under a spherical nanoindenter in copper. Such refinements include the development of a model that would account for material anisotropy and produces results that compare well with experimental data.

To meet the need for an up-to-date introduction to the field, Akhtar S. The homework problems included are designed to reinforce understanding of the concepts involved.

The early chapters give the reader a review of elementary concepts of plasticity, the necessary background material on continuum mechanics, and a discussion of the classical theory of plasticity. To meet the need for a truly up-to-date introduction, Akhtar S.

Rocks and concrete[ edit ] Main article: rock mass plasticity Inelastic deformations of rocks and concrete are primarily caused by the formation of microcracks and sliding motions relative to these cracks.

Presents a modern viewpoint of plasticity which covers the traditional topics of stress-strain relationships, loading and unloading behavior and the microscopic phenomena that occur during deformation.

This applies to open cell foams where the bending moment is exerted on the cell walls.Get this from a library! Continuum mechanics and plasticity. [Han-Chin Wu] -- Tremendous advances in computer technologies and methods have precipitated a great demand for refinements in the constitutive models of plasticity.

Such refinements include the development of a model. Continuum Theory of Plasticity by Huang, Sujian,Khan, Akhtar S. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at hildebrandsguld.com Summary. Born out of 15 years of courses and lectures on continuum mechanics, nonlinear mechanics, continuum thermodynamics, viscoelasticity, plasticity, crystal plasticity, and thermodynamic plasticity, The Mechanical and Thermodynamical Theory of Plasticity represents one of the most extensive and in-depth treatises on the mechanical and thermodynamical aspects of plastic and visicoplastic flow.

Mar 09,  · Integrating the traditionally separate subjects of continuum mechanics and plasticity, this book builds understanding in all of those areas.

Part I provides systematic, comprehensive coverage of continuum mechanics, from a review of Carteisian tensors to the relevant conservation laws and constitutive hildebrandsguld.com by: In physics and materials science, plasticity describes the deformation of a (solid) material undergoing non-reversible changes of shape in response to applied forces.

For example, a solid piece of metal being bent or pounded into a new shape displays plasticity as. To meet the need for a truly up-to-date introduction, Akhtar S. Khan and Sujian Huang have written Continuum Theory of Plasticity. In contrast to older texts, this book provides a continuum mechanics approach to understanding and predicting the behavior of solids undergoing plastic deformation.