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Macro-, meso-, micro- and nano-mechanics of materials; proceedings.


Macro-, meso-, micro- and nano-mechanics of materials; proceedings.

Int'l symposium on Macro-, Meso-, Micro- and Nano-Mechanics of Materials (2003: Hong Kong) Ed. by Tong Yi-Zhang and Jang-Kyo Kim.

Trans Tech Publications


202 pages



Advanced materials research; v.9


In these proceedings from the symposium of December 2003, participants discuss the state-of-the art technologies and recent developments in their research on materials and structures. General topics include composite materials and thin films/coatings, and fracture, fatigue, strength of materials. Topics of papers include cyclic stress-strain behavior and thermomechanical effect in metal matrix composites, thermal shock and thermal fatigue in ferroelectric thin film due to pulsed laser heating, a symplectic solution for a plan couple stress problem, and surface electrode problems in piezoelectric materials. Distributed in the US by Enfield.

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