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1 online resource (xv, 336 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm 

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Series 
Shock wave and high pressure phenomena, 21979537


Shock wave and high pressure phenomena

Note 
Models of continuum mechanics and their deficiencies  Specific Features of Processes Far from Equilibrium  Macroscopic Description in Terms of Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics  Thermodynamic Concepts Out of Equilibrium  New Approach to Modeling Nonequilibrium Processes  Description of the Structure Evolution Using Methods of Control Theory of Adaptive Systems  The ShockInduced Planar Wave Propagation in Condensed Matter  Evolution of Waveforms during Propagation in Solids  Abnormal Loss or Growth of the Wave Amplitude  The StressStrain Relationships for the Continuous Stationary Loading 

This book offers an interdisciplinary theoretical approach based on nonequilibrium statistical thermodynamics and control theory for mathematically modeling shockinduced outofequilibrium processes in condensed matter. The book comprises two parts. The first half of the book establishes the theoretical approach, reviewing fundamentals of nonequilibrium statistical thermodynamics and control theory of adaptive systems. The latter half applies the presented approach to a problem on shockinduced plane wave propagation in condensed matter. The result successfully reproduces the observed feature of waveform propagation in experiments, which conventional continuous mechanics cannot access. Further, the consequent stressstrain relationships derived with relaxation and inertia effect in elasticplastic transition determines material properties in transient regimes 
Host Item 
Springer Nature eBook

Subject 
Condensed matter  Mathematical models


Shock waves  Mathematical models


Statistical Physics


Classical and Continuum Physics


Condensed Matter


Solid Mechanics

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SpringerLink (Online service)

