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Creep in Structures VI

IUTAM Symposium Proceedings

  • Offers a current state of the art in analysis and modeling of creep phenomena

  • Presents the best presentations from the next IUTAM-Symposium series

  • Delivers exciting new insights not only for beginners but also leaders in the field

Part of the book series: Advanced Structured Materials (STRUCTMAT, volume 194)

Conference series link(s): IUTAM: IUTAM Symposium Creep in Structures

Conference proceedings info: IUTAM 2023.

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Table of contents (19 papers)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx
  2. Creep-Damage Processes in Cyclic Loaded Double Walled Structures

    • Holm Altenbach, Dmytro Breslavsky, Oksana Tatarinova
    Pages 19-56
  3. Creep Mechanics – Some Historical Remarks and New Trends

    • Holm Altenbach, Johanna Eisenträger, Katharina Knape, Konstantin Naumenko
    Pages 57-68
  4. Creep and Irradiation Effects in Reactor Vessel Internals

    • Dmytro Breslavsky, Oksana Tatarinova
    Pages 83-104
  5. Analysis of Damage and Fracture in Anisotropic Sheet Metals Based on Biaxial Experiments

    • Michael Brünig, Sanjeev Koirala, Steffen Gerke
    Pages 105-114
  6. Effect of Physical Aging on the Flexural Creep in 3D Printed Thermoplastic

    • Marcel Fischbach, Kerstin Weinberg
    Pages 115-130
  7. Development of a Microstructure-Based Finite Element Model of Thermomechanical Response of a Fully Metallic Composite Phase Change Material

    • Elisabetta Gariboldi, Matteo Molteni, Diego André Vargas Vargas, Konstantin Naumenko
    Pages 131-142
  8. The Effect of Dynamic Loads on the Creep of Geomaterials

    • Andrei M. Golosov, Evgenii P. Riabokon, Mikhail S. Turbakov, Evgenii V. Kozhevnikov, Vladimir V. Poplygin, Mikhail A. Guzev et al.
    Pages 143-150
  9. Time-Swelling Superposition Principle for the Linear Viscoelastic Properties of Polyacrylamide Hydrogels

    • Seishiro Matsubara, Akira Takashima, So Nagashima, Shohei Ida, Hiro Tanaka, Makoto Uchida et al.
    Pages 175-204
  10. Application of Nonlinear Viscoelastic Material Models for the Shrinkage and Warpage Analysis of Blow Molded Parts

    • Patrick Michels, Christian Dresbach, Esther Ramakers-van Dorp, Holm Altenbach, Olaf Bruch
    Pages 205-232
  11. Modeling Solid Materials in DEM Using the Micropolar Theory

    • Przemysław Nosal, Artur Ganczarski
    Pages 233-248
  12. Self-Heating Analysis with Respect to Holding Times of an Additive Manufactured Aluminium Alloy

    • Lukas Richter, Holger Sparr, Daniela Schob, Philipp Maasch, Robert Roszak, Matthias Ziegenhorn
    Pages 265-288
  13. Creep Under High Temperature Thermal Cycling and Low Mechanical Loadings

    • Romana Schwing, Stefan Linn, Christian Kontermann, Matthias Oechsner
    Pages 289-308

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About this book

This book offers a current state of the art in analysis and modeling of creep phenomena with applications to the structural mechanics. It presents the some presentations from the IUTAM-Symposium series "Creep in Structures", which held in Magdeburg (Germany) in September 2023, and it discusses many advances and new results in the field. These are for example: interlinks of mechanics with materials science in multi-scale analysis of deformation and damage mechanisms over a wide range of stresses and temperature;  development and analysis of new alloys for (ultra)high-temperature applications; formulation and calibration of advanced constitutive models of inelastic behavior under transient loading and temperature conditions; development of efficient procedures and machine learning techniques for identification of material parameters in advanced constitutive laws; introduction of gradient-enhanced and non-local theories to account for damage and fracture processes; and application of new experimental methods, such as digital image correlation, for the analysis of inelastic deformation under multi-axial stress state.

Keywords

  • creep models
  • creep-damage interactions
  • creep in metals
  • structural analysis
  • elevated temperature creep
  • inelastic models
  • creep in alloys

Editors and Affiliations

  • Chair of Engineering Mechanics, Institute of Mechanics, Otto-von-Guericke-University of Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Germany

    Holm Altenbach, Konstantin Naumenko

Bibliographic Information

  • Book Title: Creep in Structures VI

  • Book Subtitle: IUTAM Symposium Proceedings

  • Editors: Holm Altenbach, Konstantin Naumenko

  • Series Title: Advanced Structured Materials

  • DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-39070-8

  • Publisher: Springer Cham

  • eBook Packages: Physics and Astronomy, Physics and Astronomy (R0)

  • Copyright Information: The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2023

  • Hardcover ISBN: 978-3-031-39069-2Published: 05 August 2023

  • Softcover ISBN: 978-3-031-39072-2Due: 19 August 2024

  • eBook ISBN: 978-3-031-39070-8Published: 04 August 2023

  • Series ISSN: 1869-8433

  • Series E-ISSN: 1869-8441

  • Edition Number: 1

  • Number of Pages: XX, 334

  • Number of Illustrations: 41 b/w illustrations, 143 illustrations in colour

  • Topics: Classical and Continuum Physics, Solid Mechanics, Structural Materials

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