The Virtual Fields Method [electronic resource] : Extracting Constitutive Mechanical Parameters from Full-field Deformation Measurements / by Fabrice Pierron, Michel Grédiac.

By: Pierron, Fabrice [author.]Contributor(s): Grédiac, Michel [author.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 2012Description: XXII, 518 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781461418245Subject(s): Engineering | Materials | Mechanical engineering | Engineering | Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials | Mechanical Engineering | Structural MaterialsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 620.1 LOC classification: TA405-409.3QA808.2Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Part I Principles and Theory -- Introduction, Main Equations and Notations -- The Principle of Virtual Work -- The Linear Virtual Fields Method -- The Non-linear Virtual Fields Method -- Complements -- Part II Applications -- Fiber Composites -- Metals.-Soft and Biological Materials -- Other Materials -- Design of New Tests for the VFM.-The VFM for force reconstruction -- Part III Training -- Case study I: Standard and Funny Isotropic Discs -- Case Study II: Unnotched Losipescu Test -- Case Study III: Orthotropic Plate in Pure Bending -- The CAMFIT Program.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: The Virtual Fields Method: Extracting Constitutive Mechanical Parameters from Full-field Deformation Measurements is the first book on the Virtual Fields Method (VFM), a technique to identify materials mechanical properties from full-field measurements. Firmly rooted with extensive theoretical description of the method, the book presents numerous examples of application to a wide range of materials (composites, metals, welds, biomaterials) and situations (static, vibration, high strain rate). The authors give a detailed training section with examples of progressive difficulty to lead the reader to program the VFM and include a set of commented Matlab programs as well as GUI Matlab-based software for more general situations. The Virtual Fields Method: Extracting Constitutive Mechanical Parameters from Full-field Deformation Measurements is an ideal book for researchers, engineers, and students interested in applying the VFM to new situations motivated by their research.  
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Part I Principles and Theory -- Introduction, Main Equations and Notations -- The Principle of Virtual Work -- The Linear Virtual Fields Method -- The Non-linear Virtual Fields Method -- Complements -- Part II Applications -- Fiber Composites -- Metals.-Soft and Biological Materials -- Other Materials -- Design of New Tests for the VFM.-The VFM for force reconstruction -- Part III Training -- Case study I: Standard and Funny Isotropic Discs -- Case Study II: Unnotched Losipescu Test -- Case Study III: Orthotropic Plate in Pure Bending -- The CAMFIT Program.

The Virtual Fields Method: Extracting Constitutive Mechanical Parameters from Full-field Deformation Measurements is the first book on the Virtual Fields Method (VFM), a technique to identify materials mechanical properties from full-field measurements. Firmly rooted with extensive theoretical description of the method, the book presents numerous examples of application to a wide range of materials (composites, metals, welds, biomaterials) and situations (static, vibration, high strain rate). The authors give a detailed training section with examples of progressive difficulty to lead the reader to program the VFM and include a set of commented Matlab programs as well as GUI Matlab-based software for more general situations. The Virtual Fields Method: Extracting Constitutive Mechanical Parameters from Full-field Deformation Measurements is an ideal book for researchers, engineers, and students interested in applying the VFM to new situations motivated by their research.  

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