Advances in Computational Mechanics

Volume 553

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: Hai Fei Zhan, Ye Wei, Yuan Tong Gu

Abstract: Doping as one of the popular methods to manipulate the properties of nanomaterials has received extensive application in deriving different...

Authors: E.A. Flores-Johnson, Lu Ming Shen, R.K. Annabattula, P.R. Onck, Yao Gen Shen, Zhen Chen

Abstract: Nanocomposite coating films have been increasingly used in industrial applications because of their unique mechanical and physical...

Authors: Daniela Ciancio, Giovanni Castellazzi

Abstract: Zero-thickness interface elements can be used to simulate delamination processes or more in general to model discrete cracks or debonding...

Authors: Ling Li, Lu Ming Shen, Gwénaëlle Proust

Abstract: A texture-based representative volume element (TBRVE) model is developed for the three-dimensional crystal plasticity (CP) finite element...

Authors: Nathaniel James Burbery, Raj Das, Giacomo Po, Nasr Ghoniem

Abstract: Plastic deformation in face-centred cubic (or ‘FCC’) metals involves multi-scale phenomena which are initiated at atomic length and time...

Authors: Leyla Ramin, Ahmad Jabbarzadeh

Abstract: Molecular dynamics simulation was used to study the effect of pressure on self-assembled monolayers (SAM) of n-alkanethiols...

Authors: Garth M. Pearce, Shen Hin Lim, Jung Hoon Sul, B. Gangadhara Prusty, Don W. Kelly

Abstract: The development of new composite materials requires analysis and experimentation spanning scales from nanometres to metres, from “atoms to...

Authors: Yong Ning Liu, Yi Qing Chen, Bernard F. Rolfe, Chun Hui Yang

Abstract: Al and Mg alloys are widely used in industry as main lightweight alloys. They have excellent properties, such as low density, high...

Authors: Chun Hui Yang, Yang An, Marine Tort, Peter Hodgson

Abstract: In recent years, metal foams are becoming more and more popular due to their high energy absorption ability and low density, which are being...


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