Presentation icon  Basics of Solid Mechanics in Nanostructures I

 
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Basics of Solid Mechanics in Nanostructures

    Topics:
  • Kinetic Theory of Energy Transport
  • Averaging over all the solid angles
  • Mechanics at Nanoscale
  • How Strong are Crystalline Materials
  • Theoretical Cohesive Strength
  • Failure in Tension vs. Shear
  • Frenkel Analysis
  • Comparisons of Theoretical Strength
  • Defects in Solids
  • Edge, Screw, and Mixed Dislocations
  • Bulk Dislocation Movement
  • Interfacial Defects - Planar
  • Stress Fields
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Keywords: kinetics • mechanics • strength • failure • tension • shear • stress • defect • dislocation • planar • Frenkel • presentation
Categories: Science approaches > Structure, bonding & defects > Dislocations
Science approaches > Structure, bonding & defects > Volume defects
Science approaches > Deformation & failure
Science approaches > Thermodynamics & kinetics
Materials > Ceramics & glasses > Technical ceramics > Carbon and graphite
Properties > Mechanical & thermal
Scale > Nano(-materials)
Created by: Nicholas X. Fang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Date created: 11 May 2009
Date added: 25 January 2011
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Resource ID: 3349