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The papers in this book deal with computational methods for predicting material processing defects. Using recent advances in finite strain plasticity and viscoplasticity, damage modelling, bifurcation and instability theory, fracture mechanics and computer numerical techniques, new approaches to mechanical defect analysis are Edition: 1.
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Edited by M. Predeleanu. Volume Journal of Mechanical Working Technology, 16 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands Meeting Report REPORT ON THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR PREDICTING MATERIAL PROCESSING DEFECTS (STRUCMAT 87) S.K.
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Using recent advances in finite strain plasticity and viscoplasticity, damage modelling, bifurcation and instability theory, fracture mechanics and computer numerical techniques, new approaches to mechanical defect analysis are proposed.
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Damage mechanics approach for predicting material processing defects M. Predeleanu Laboratoire de Mecanique et Technologie E. N.S. de Cachan - CNRS - Universitk Paris 6 France. Abstract Damage theory has been successfully introduced over the last two decades for predicting and avoiding the occurrence of defects in manufactured products.
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