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New PDF release: Advances in Nanocomposites: Modeling, Characterization and

By Shaker A. Meguid

ISBN-10: 3319316605

ISBN-13: 9783319316604

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ISBN-13: 9783319316628

This booklet introduces nanocomposite fabrics owning a wide variety of multifunctionality. It elucidates novel and hugely unique advancements from fresh study and improvement of those serious, new engineered fabrics. the gathering examines multiscale modeling, molecular dynamics, atomistic established continuum, synthesis and characterization, situation well-being tracking, spectroscopic characterization concepts, self-lubricating fabrics, and carrying out polymers. the quantity beneficial properties the most recent efforts of a few of the main eminent researchers on this planet. delivering quite a number views from the laboratory and the sphere, Advances in Nanocomposites: Modeling and Characterization is perfect for engineers, physicists, and fabrics scientists in academia and industry.

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MD simulation of carbon nanotube pullout behavior and its use in determining mode I delamination toughness. Comput. Mater. Sci. 55, 356–364 (2012a). doi:10. : Multiscale modeling of size-dependent elastic properties of carbon nanotube/polymer nanocomposites with interfacial imperfections. Polymer 53, 623–633 (2012b). : Strength and breaking mechanism of multiwalled carbon nanotubes under tensile load. Science 287, 637–640 (2000). : A comparative study of Young’s modulus of single-walled carbon nanotube by CPMD, MD and first principle simulations.

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This method has been successfully employed to similar problems by many researchers (Jam et al. 2013; Sobhani Aragh et al. 2012). Mori–Tanaka model can be developed by utilizing the elastic properties of the nanocomposite containing transversely isotropic aligned CNT or the orthotropic wavy CNT and the isotropic elastic properties of the pure epoxy. In case of two-phase composite, where the inhomogeneity is randomly orientated in the three-dimensional space, the following relation can be used to determine the effective stiffness tensor [C] of the nanocomposite: ½CŠ ¼ ½Cm Š þ vRVE À  à Á CRVE À ½Cm Š ½AŠ½vm ½I Š þ vRVE h½AŠiŠÀ1 ð1:35Þ in which the mechanical strain concentration tensor [A] is given by h  à à À ÁiÀ1 ½AŠ ¼ ½I Š þ SRVE ð½Cm ŠÞÀ1 CRVE À ½Cm Š ð1:36Þ where [Cm] and [CRVE] are the stiffness tensors of the epoxy matrix and the RVE, respectively; [I] is an identity matrix; vm and vRVE represent the volume fractions of the epoxy matrix and the RVE, respectively; and [SRVE] indicate the Eshelby tensor (Mori and Tanaka 1973).

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