Multiscale Modeling in Solid Mechanics: Computational by Ugo Galvanetto, M. H. Ferri Aliabadi

By Ugo Galvanetto, M. H. Ferri Aliabadi

This designated quantity provides the state-of-the-art within the box of multiscale modeling in sturdy mechanics, with specific emphasis on computational techniques. For the 1st time, contributions from either major specialists within the box and more youthful promising researchers are mixed to provide a finished description of the lately proposed strategies and the engineering difficulties tackled utilizing those strategies. The booklet starts with a close creation to the theories on which assorted multiscale techniques are dependent, almost about linear homogenization in addition to quite a few nonlinear techniques. It then provides complex purposes of multiscale methods utilized to nonlinear mechanical difficulties. ultimately, the radical subject of fabrics with self-similar constitution is mentioned.

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