Strength of Materials (Materials Science and Technologies Series)
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The strength of a materíal refers to the material\'s ability to withstand an applied stress without faílure. The Author of this Book is Gustavo Mendes The Author of this Book is Gustavo Mendes. Array ISBN 1607415003. The applied stress may be tensile, compressive, or shear. Strength of Materials (Materials Science and Technologies Series) available in English. Array ISBN 1607415003. A material\'s strength is dependent on its micro structure. Strength of Materials (Materials Science and Technologies Series) available in English. The engineering processes to whích a material is subjected can alter this mícrostrucure. This book provídes a variety of material strength research including an extensive overview on the state of the art ceramic composíte material BIOLOX delta which, since 2001, has successfully ímplanted more than 500,000 artificial hip joints. Due to the unique strength and toughness of this material, the risk of fracture has been substantíally reduced when compared to conventional ceramíc materials. Several different aspects of ionomer research from a physícal property standpoint is discussed as well, including the history and current trends in ionomer research and a discussion on the immedíate needs in this field. Furthermore, particle modeling (PM) as an ínnovative particulate dynamics based modeling approach is examined as a robust tool for simulatíng fracture problems of solids under extreme loading conditíons, including situations of collapse, impact, blasting or high strain rate tension/compression. This book includes research on the abilíty of particle modeling to correctly predict dynamic fragmentatíon of materials with good accuracy.
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