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by Gregory C. Stangle

Download Modelling of Materials Processing: An approachable and practical guide (Materials Technology Series) eBook
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0412711206
Author:
Gregory C. Stangle
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Engineering
Language:
English
Publisher:
Springer; 1998 edition (September 30, 1998)
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928 pages
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Gregory C. This provides a strong incentive to produce good materials and to improve existing materials. Mathematical modelling can help in this regard. Without a doubt, modelling a materials processing operation is not strictly necessary.

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Personal Name: Stangle, Gregory C. Publication, Distribution, et. General Note: Includes index. Uniform Title: Materials technology series. Dordrecht ; London. Physical Description: xix, 928 p. : ill. ;, 24 cm. Series Statement: Materials technology series. Rubrics: Materials Manufacturing processes Mathematical models. by William Julius Wilson.

It starts with the introduction of fundamental theories on the mechanics of materials.

This book provides a comprehensive and practical guide for modeling systems with SysML. It contains examples to help readers understand how SysML can be used in practice. The book also includes guidance on how an organization or project can transition to model based systems engineering using SysML, with considerations for processes, methods, tools, and training.

It starts with the introduction of fundamental theories on the mechanics of materials, computational mechanics and the formulation of unified constitutive equations. Particular attention is paid to elastic–plastic formulations for cold metal forming and unified elastic–viscoplastic constitutive equations for warm/hot metals processing

Stangle, Gregory C. and Miyamoto, Yoshinari 1995. FGM Fabrication by Combustion Synthesis. He, Cheng and Stangle, Gregory C. 1998. A micromechanistic model of the combustion synthesis process: Mechanism of ignition.

Stangle, Gregory C. MRS Bulletin, Vol. 20, Issue.

This is a book about mathematical modelling. It focuses on the modelling of the preparation of materials. Materials are important, of course, in an economic sense: the "goods" of goods-and-services are made of materials. This provides a strong incentive to produce good materials and to improve existing materials. Mathematical modelling can help in this regard. Without a doubt, modelling a materials processing operation is not strictly necessary. Materials synthesis and fabrication processes certainly existed before the invention of mathematics and computers, and well before the combined use of mathematics and computers. Modelling can, however, be of assistance--if done properly--and if used properly. The mathematical modelling described in this book is, at its root, a rather formal, structured way of thinking about materials synthesis and fabrication processes. It requires looking at a process as a whole. It requires considering everything that is or might be important. It requires translating the details of a given physical process into one or more mathematical equations. It requires knowing how to simplify the equations without over-simplifying them.