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This book presents a systematic treatise on micromechanics and nanomechanics, which encompasses many important research and development areas such as composite materials and homogenizations, mechanics of quantum dots, multiscale analysis and mechanics, defect mechanics of solids including fracture and dislocation mechanics, etc.
In this second edition, some previous chapters are revised, and some new chapters added — crystal plasticity, multiscale crystal defect dynamics, quantum force and stress, micromechanics of metamaterials, and micromorphic theory.
The book serves primarily as a graduate textbook and intended as a reference book for the next generation of scientists and engineers. It also has a unique pedagogical style that is specially suitable for self-study and self-learning for many researchers and professionals who do not have time attending classes and lectures.
Green's Function and Fourier Transform
Micromechanical Homogenization Theory
Effective Elastic Modulus
Variational Principles and Computational Homogenization
Eshelby Tensors in a Finite Volume and Their Applications
Micromechanics-Based Damage Theory
Introduction of Dislocation Theory
Configurational Mechanics of Defects
Nanomechanics: Small-Scale Coarse-Grained Models
Periodic Microstructure and Asymptotic Homogenization
Introduction to Crystal Plasticity
Readership: Researchers and educators in academics, and graduate students in engineering mechanics, nanomechanics, nanomaterials and nanostructure and mechanical engineering.