- Cover ; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Dedication ; Table of Contents ; Acknowledgments ; Preface ; 1: Nanostructure Bulk Property Predictions Using Molecular Mechanics ; 1.1 Introduction ; 1.1.1 Modeling of the Atomistic Domain Using Molecular Mechanics and Dynamics.
1.1.2 The AMBER Force Field 1.1.3 The CHARMM Force Field ; 1.1.4 Brenner's Equation for Interatomic Potential Energy Calculation ; 1.1.5 Developing Bulk Nanostructure Properties: Atomistic and Continuum Models ; 1.1.6 Application to Carbon Nanotubes ; 188.8.131.52 Basics of carbon nanotubes.
184.108.40.206 RVE-ECM method applied to SWNTs 1.1.7 Derived Results in the Literature ; 1.2 Summary ; 2: Obtaining Material Properties from the Bottom-Up Approach ; 2.1 Introduction ; 2.2 Virtual Testing ; 2.3 Virtual Testing from the Bottom-Up Approach ; 2.4 Interatomic Potential.
2.5 Measuring Interatomic Forces through the AFM and STM 2.6 Molecular Dynamic and N-Body (Atoms) Assessment ; 2.7 Summary ; 3: Fiber-Matrix Interphase Effects on Damage Progression in Composite Structures ; 3.1 Introduction ; 3.2 Effect of Interphase on Composite Mechanics.
3.3 Uniaxial Composite Results 3.4 Conclusions ; 4: Composite Nanomechanics: A Mechanistic Properties; 4.1 Introduction ; 4.2 Fundamentals ; 4.3 Results and Discussion ; 4.3.1 In situ Fabrication Parameters ; 4.3.2 Physical Properties ; 4.3.3 Heat Conductivities ; 4.3.4 Moisture Expansion.
- "These days, advanced multiscale hybrid materials are being produced in the industry, studied by universities, and used in several applications. Unlike for macromaterials, it is difficult to obtain the physical, mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties of nanomaterials because of the scale. Designers, however, must have knowledge of these properties to perform any finite element analysis or durability and damage tolerance analysis. This is the book that brings this knowledge within easy reach.What makes the book unique is the fact that its approach that combines multiscale multiphysics and statistical analysis with multiscale progressive failure analysis. The combination gives a very powerful tool for minimizing tests, improving accuracy, and understanding the effect of the statistical nature of materials, in addition to the mechanics of advanced multiscale materials, all the way to failure. The book focuses on obtaining valid mechanical properties of nanocomposite materials by accurate prediction and observed physical tests, as well as by evaluation of test anomalies of advanced multiscale nanocomposites containing nanoparticles of different shapes, such as chopped fiber, spherical, and platelet, in polymeric, ceramic, and metallic materials. The prediction capability covers delamination, fracture toughness, impact resistance, conductivity, and fire resistance of nanocomposites. The methodology employs a high-fidelity procedure backed with comparison of predictions with test data for various types of static, fatigue, dynamic, and crack growth problems. Using the proposed approach, a good correlation between the simulation and experimental data is established."--Provided by publisher.
- 9781315364896 (electronic bk.)
9789814669030 (electronic bk.)
9814669032 (electronic bk.)
- 4.3.5 Thermal Expansion.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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