Mechanics of elastic-plastic fracture: jundamentals of fracture mechanics

 
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Parton, Vladimir Zalmanovich, Morozov, Evgenii Mikhailovich; Piterman, Mark A. (trad.), Hetnarski, Richard B., (trad.)
Publicado por Editorial URSS (1900)
ISBN 10: 5484010225 ISBN 13: 9785484010226
Nuevo soft Cantidad disponible: 1
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Agapea Libros Urgentes
(Malaga, España)

Descripción Editorial URSS, 1900. soft. Condición: New. Encuadernación: rústica This book, comprising two volumes, presents current research and original investigations in the theory of large cracks capable of propagating and initiating partial or complete fracture in deformable solids. The book covers a wide variety of problems relating to the behavior of bodies with cracks, and ranges from crack extension criteria to the solution of complex problems of fracture mechanics. Also, the authors consider critical and subcritical states of equilibrium under single, multiple, thermal and dynamic loadings in elastic, viscoelastic, elastic-plastic and piezoelectrical bodies with cracks. Experimental methods for the determination of crack-resistance characteristics of materials are exposed. The first volume, which we present to the reader, is dedicated to the main criteria and methods of elastic and elastic-plastic fracture mechanics. Using real examples, the authors show the result of applying different fracture criteria for determining the critical and permissible length of a fracture under static or cyclic loadings. The second volume, published as a separate book, contains a systematic study of special problems of fracture mechanics. The book is intended for scientists and practicing engineers working in the field of fracture mechanics and also for post-graduates and senior students specializing in solid mechanics and strength of machine parts. Vladimir Zalmanovich Parton (1936-2001) Prof. V. Z. Parton was Head of Department of Higher Mathematics at the Institute of Chemical Engineering of Moscow. He was a well-known specialist in elasticity theory and fracture mechanics. He was a co-author of the books "Mathematical methods of the theory of elasticity" (1981), "Dynamics of brittle fracture" (1988), as well as the author of "Fracture Mechanics: from theory to practice" (1990; second edition, URSS, 2007). Evgenii Mikhailovich Morozov Prof. E M. Morozov works at the Department of Strength Physics of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Engineering. He is a recognized specialist in fracture mechanics and strength of solid bodies. Also, he was one of the pioneers of fracture mechanics in Russia. Prof. Morozov received the award of the Council of Ministers of the Soviet Union and the title of Honoured Worker of Science of the Russian Federation. E. M. Morozov's name has been included in various Russian and English "Who's who" handbooks. He is the author of many books and manuals on fracture mechanics. *** Nota: Los envíos a España peninsular, Baleares y Canarias se realizan a través de mensajería urgente. No aceptamos pedidos con destino a Ceuta y Melilla. EL COSTE DE ENVÍO A CANARIAS ES 11.49 EUROS. Si ha realizado un pedido con destino a CANARIAS no podemos hacer el envío con el coste actual. Nos pondremos en contacto con usted para comunicar el coste total del envío a Canarias y si está de acuerdo, Abebooks le efectuará el cargo adicional. Nº de ref. del artículo: 2021642

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