IUTAM Symposium on Mechanical Behavior and Micro-Mechanics of Nanostructured Materials [electronic resource] : Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium held in Beijing, China, June 27–30, 2005 / edited by Y. L. Bai, Q. S. Zheng, Y. G. Wei.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Solid Mechanics and its Applications: 144Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2007Description: XVI, 261 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781402056246Subject(s): Engineering | Materials | Nanotechnology | Engineering | Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials | NanotechnologyAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 620.1 LOC classification: TA405-409.3QA808.2Online resources: Click here to access online
Mechanical Behaviors of Nanocrystal Materials -- Mesoscopic Modeling of the Deformation and Fracture of Nanocrystalline Metals -- Dislocation-Assisted Grain Growth in Nanocrystalline Copper under Large Deformation -- Microstructure and Tensile Strength of Cu with Nano-Scale Twins -- Microstructural Evolution in Crystalline Metal Induced by Plastic Deformation -- Super-Strength and Ductility of Nano-Thin Films -- The Origin of Superhardness in Nanocomposite Coatings: Analysis of Nanoindentation and Scratch Tests -- Micromechanics of Nanocomposites with Interface Energy Effect -- Measurements and Simulations of Interface Behavior in Metal Thin Film Peeling Along Ceramic Substrate -- Micro-Cantilevers for Thin Films: Young’s Modulus -- Nanomechanics of Biomaterials -- Bio-Inspired Mechanics of Bone-Like Hierarchical Materials -- Force Unfolding Single RNAs: From Equilibrium to Far-From Equilibrium -- Modelling the Thermal Conductivity of Nanofluids -- Mechanical Behaviors of Carbon Nano-Tube, Nano-Wire, Nano-Layers -- A Comparison of Different Interatomic Potentials: Radius Effect of Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes -- Shape Memory Effect and Pseudoelasticity in Cu Nanowires -- Instabilities of Carbon Nanotubes Studied Using a Hybrid Atom/Continuum Approach -- Shallow and Deep Nanoindentation on W/NbN Nanolayers -- Micro-Mechanics Models and Simulation for the Nanostructured Materials -- Cluster Statistical Thermodynamics (CST) — To Efficiently Calculate Quasi-Static Deformation at Finite Temperature Based on Molecular Potential -- On the Size of the Representative Volume Element for Isotropic Elastic Polycrystalline Copper -- Atomistic Corroboration of a Multiscale Approach for the Analysis of Dislocation Nucleation at a Surface Step -- Indenter Tip Radius and Micro-Indentation Hardness -- Mechanical Behaviors of Other Nano-Materials -- The Phase Angle of an Interface Crack Induced by Indentation Delamination with Buckling -- Microscopic Shape Memory and Superelastic Effects and Their Novel Tribological Applications -- Dynamics of Self-Organized Epitaxial Island Formation under Controlled Annealing -- Studying Visco-Plasticity of Amorphous Polymers by Indentation Tests -- Phase Transitions of Carbon Materials under High Pressure.
Recently, we have seen that nano-structured materials demonstrate remarkable - vantagesoverconventionalones,particularlyinmechanicalbehaviors.Thiswill have a great impact on new technologyand engineeringin the new millennium.In acco- ance with this need, IUTAM decided to hold a symposium to discuss the prospect of the wonderful mechanical behaviors of nanostructured materials and their relevant micro-mechanics, to encourage the mechanics community to explore the frontier of scienceandtechnology.Theaimofthesymposiumwasto providesucha forumto all expertsinbothmechanicsandmaterialsciencesworldwide,tohaveanopportunityto exchange their research achievements and views in understanding these mechanical behaviors, exploring their applications, as well as enhancing their property designs of nanostrucutred materials. The IUTAM Symposium on Mechanical Behavior and Micro-mechanics of Nanostructured Materials was held successfully in Beijing, China, June 27–30, 2005. Thirty participants with different research backgrounds including mechanics, materials sciences, physics, etc. from Australia, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, UK and USA and China presented their contributions on various aspects closely - lated to the subjects, displaying wide research direction and progress.