Fracture and Strength of Solids VI
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
Fracture, Fatigue and Strength are some of the most important properties of engineering materials.
This two-volume set covers a broad range of subject-areas related to the fracture of materials: including Fracture – Mechanics and Mechanisms, Residual Stress, Fatigue & Crack Propagation, Environmental Degradation and Durability, Damage Tolerance & Fracture Control, Interface Failure and Delamination, Failure Analysis, Dynamic Fracture, Non-Linear Problems, Creep, Composite, Polymer, Ceramic, Metallic Materials, Concrete, Rock and Soil, Thin Films, Electronic Packages, Smart Materials, Computational Methods, Modeling of Processing, Deformation, Microstructure and Performance, Micromechanical & Micro-Structural Modeling, Bio-Engineering, Impact Damage, and Nano Structure. Altogether, these volumes constitute an authoritative overview of the latest thinking in these domains.