By Hiroshi Kitagawa (auth.), Professor Dr. Hiroshi Kitagawa, Dr. Tomoyasu Aihara Jr., Professor Dr. Yoshiyuki Kawazoe (eds.)
This publication is a evaluation of the current theoretical techniques to the knowledge of the dynamic behaviour of fracture. particularly, it collects fresh works with a mesoscopic viewpoint. ranging from the 1st ideas, usual classical molecular dynamics and elastic theoretical remedy are utilized to lifelike difficulties. A evaluate article written via Professor Luc Wille, via approximately 20 top quality papers, each one having particular issues, are included.
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Mesoscopic Dynamics of Fracture: Computational Materials Design by Hiroshi Kitagawa (auth.), Professor Dr. Hiroshi Kitagawa, Dr. Tomoyasu Aihara Jr., Professor Dr. Yoshiyuki Kawazoe (eds.)