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Mechanics and Physics of Porous Solids addresses the mechanics andphysics of deformable porous materials whose porous space is filledby one or several fluid mixtures interacting with the solid matrix.Coussy uses the language of thermodynamics to frame the discussionof this topic and bridge the gap between physicists and engineers,and organises the material in such a way that individual phases areexplored, followed by coupled problems of increasing complexity.This structure allows the reader to build a solid understanding ofthe physical processes occurring in the fluids and then poroussolids.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Mechanics and Physics of Porous Solids addresses the mechanics andphysics of deformable porous materials whose porous space is filledby one or several fluid mixtures interacting with the solid matrix.Coussy uses the language of thermodynamics to frame the discussionof this topic and bridge the gap between physicists and engineers,and organises the material in such a way that individual phases areexplored, followed by coupled problems of increasing complexity.This structure allows the reader to build a solid understanding ofthe physical processes occurring in the fluids and then poroussolids. Mechanics and Physics of Porous Solids offers a criticalreference on the physics of multiphase porous materials - keyreading for engineers and researchers in structural and materialengineering, concrete, wood and materials science, rock and soilmechanics, mining and oil prospecting, biomechanics.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 296
  • Erscheinungstermin: 11. Mai 2010
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780470710395
  • Artikelnr.: 37298682
Autorenporträt
Professor Olivier Coussy, Université Paris-Est, France Professor Coussy is currently head of the Navier Research Unit at Université Paris-Est, a joint research unit between Ecole des Ponts and Laboratoire Central des Ponts et Chaussées. He has authored more than eighty scientific papers, as well as five books. He has co-authored 'Mechanics and Durability of Solids' with Franz-Josef Ulm, with volume 1 published in 2002 and volume 2 due to be published June 2008, both with Prentice Hall. He has also written previously for Wiley, 'Mechanics of Porous Continua' (1995) and the updated second edition of this title, 'oromechanics' in 2003.
Inhaltsangabe
Foreword 1 The Strange World of Porous Solids 2 Fluid Mixtures 2.1 Chemical potential 2.2 Gibbs
Duhem Equality 2.3 Ideal Mixtures 2.4 Regular Solutions 3 The Deformable Porous Solid 3.1 Strain 3.2 Stress 3.3 Strain Work 3.4 From Solids to Porous Solids 4 The Saturated Poroelastic Solid 4.1 The Poroelastic Solid 4.2 Filling the Porous Solid 4.3 The Thermoporoelastic Solid 4.4 The Poroviscoelastic Solid 5 Fluid Transport and Deformation 5.1 Transport Laws 5.2 Coupling the Deformation and the Flow 5.3 Consolidation of a Soil Layer 6 Surface Energy and Capillarity 6.1 Physics and Mechanics of Interfaces 6.2 Capillarity in Porous Solids 6.3 Transport in Unsaturated Porous Solids 7 The Unsaturated Poroelastic Solid 7.1 Interface Stress as a Pre
Stress 7.2 Energy Balance for the Unsaturated Porous Solid 7.3 The Linear Unsaturated Poroelastic Solid 7.4 Extending Linear Unsaturated Poroelasticity 8 Uncon.ned Phase Transition 8.1 Chemical Potential and Phase Transition 8.2 Liquid
Vapor Transition 8.3 Liquid
Solid Transition 8.4 Gas bubble formation 8.5 Surface Energy and Phase Transition 9 Phase Transition in Porous Solids 9.1 In
Pore Phase Transition 9.2 Kinetics and Mechanics of Drying 9.3 Mechanics of Con.ned Crystallization 10 The Poroplastic Solid 10.1 Basic Concepts of Plasticity 10.2 From Plasticity to Poroplasticity 10.3 From material to structure 11 By Way of Conclusion