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The virtual fields method. Extracting constitutive mechanical parameters from full-field deformation measurements

The virtual fields method. Extracting constitutive mechanical parameters from full-field deformation measurements
The virtual fields method. Extracting constitutive mechanical parameters from full-field deformation measurements
The Virtual Fields Method: Extracting Constitutive Mechanical Parameters from Full-field Deformation Measurements is the first book on the Virtual Fields Method (VFM), a technique to identify materials mechanical properties from full-field measurements.

Firmly rooted with extensive theoretical description of the method, the book presents numerous examples of application to a wide range of materials (composites, metals, welds, biomaterials) and situations (static, vibration, high strain rate). The authors give a detailed training section with examples of progressive difficulty to lead the reader to program the VFM and include a set of commented Matlab programs as well as GUI Matlab-based software for more general situations.

The Virtual Fields Method: Extracting Constitutive Mechanical Parameters from Full-field Deformation Measurements is an ideal book for researchers, engineers, and students interested in applying the VFM to new situations motivated by their research.
978-1-4614-1823-8
Springer-Verlag
Pierron, F.
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Grédiac, Michel
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Pierron, F.
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Grédiac, Michel
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Pierron, F. and Grédiac, Michel (2012) The virtual fields method. Extracting constitutive mechanical parameters from full-field deformation measurements, New York, US, Springer-Verlag, 517pp.

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The Virtual Fields Method: Extracting Constitutive Mechanical Parameters from Full-field Deformation Measurements is the first book on the Virtual Fields Method (VFM), a technique to identify materials mechanical properties from full-field measurements.

Firmly rooted with extensive theoretical description of the method, the book presents numerous examples of application to a wide range of materials (composites, metals, welds, biomaterials) and situations (static, vibration, high strain rate). The authors give a detailed training section with examples of progressive difficulty to lead the reader to program the VFM and include a set of commented Matlab programs as well as GUI Matlab-based software for more general situations.

The Virtual Fields Method: Extracting Constitutive Mechanical Parameters from Full-field Deformation Measurements is an ideal book for researchers, engineers, and students interested in applying the VFM to new situations motivated by their research.

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Published date: 2012
Organisations: Engineering Mats & Surface Engineerg Gp

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Local EPrints ID: 346980
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/346980
ISBN: 978-1-4614-1823-8
PURE UUID: 86648cfa-dadf-4f09-8a69-13b6c51ce8e6
ORCID for F. Pierron: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-2813-4994

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Date deposited: 28 Jan 2013 11:39
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 05:00

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Author: F. Pierron ORCID iD
Author: Michel Grédiac

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