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Euromech - Mecamat 2006 : 9th European Mechanics of Materials Conference Local Approach to Fracture

Abstract : Improving the structural integrity together with the performance (weight, time to failure,) of structures requires a persisting effort in the field of mechanics of materials and structures. This can be achieved by a better understanding of the relationships between microscopic mechanisms and the macroscopic material behavior and structural response with respect to damage and fracture. This improvement strategy of materials, structures and assessment methods can be described as local approach to fracture. The local approach to fracture is an active research field. Initially developed in the context of steel structures (pressure vessels), its application domain has become wider and now deals with various kinds of materials (metallic alloys, metal matrix composites, polymers, elastomers, concrete...) as well as various physical deformation and damage mechanisms (plasticity, creep, fatigue, ductile fracture, brittle fracture...). This volume contains the proceedings on an international conference dedicated to these issues.
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Jacques Besson, Dominique Moinereau, Dirk Steglich. Euromech - Mecamat 2006 : 9th European Mechanics of Materials Conference Local Approach to Fracture. Presse des Mines, 488 p., 2006, Science de la matière, 9782911762734. ⟨hal-00755200⟩

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