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Title Microstructure Sensitive Design for Performance Optimization.
Imprint Oxford : Elsevier Science, 2012.

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Note 12.5 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO-POINT CORRELATION FUNCTIONS AND THE ICD.
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Subject Microstructure -- Design -- Mathematics.
Contents Front Cover; Microstructure-Sensitive Design for Performance Optimization; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Nomenclature; Chapter1 -- Introduction; 1.1 CLASSIC MICROSTRUCTURE-PROPERTIES RELATIONSHIPS; 1.2 MICROSTRUCTURE-SENSITIVE DESIGN FOR PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION; 1.3 Illustration of the Main Constructs of MSDPO; 1.4 IMPLEMENTATION OF MSDPO IN DESIGN PRACTICE; 1.5 THE CENTRAL CHALLENGE OF MSDPO; 1.6 ORGANIZATION OF THE BOOK; SUMMARY; Chapter2 -- Tensors and Rotations; 2.1 DEFINITIONS AND CONVENTIONS; 2.2 TENSOR OPERATIONS; 2.3 COORDINATE TRANSFORMATIONS; 2.4 ROTATIONS.
2.5 EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECTORS2.6 POLAR DECOMPOSITION THEOREM; 2.7 TENSOR GRADIENTS; SUMMARY; Chapter3 -- Spectral Representation; 3.1 PRIMITIVE BASIS; 3.2 FOURIER SERIES; 3.3 FOURIER TRANSFORM; 3.4 GENERALIZED SPHERICAL HARMONIC FUNCTIONS; 3.5 SURFACE SPHERICAL HARMONIC FUNCTIONS; SUMMARY; Chapter4 -- Description of the Microstructure; 4.1 LOCAL STATES AND LOCAL STATE SPACE; 4.2 MEASURE OF LOCAL STATE SPACE; 4.3 LOCAL STATE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONS; 4.4 DEFINITION OF THE MICROSTRUCTURE FUNCTION; SUMMARY; Chapter5 -- Spectral Representation of Microstructure; 5.1 PRIMITIVE BASIS.
5.2 FOURIER SERIES AND FOURIER TRANSFORM REPRESENTATIONS5.3 SPHERICAL HARMONIC FUNCTION REPRESENTATIONS; 5.4 PRIMITIVE BASIS REPRESENTATION OF THE MICROSTRUCTURE FUNCTION; 5.5 REPRESENTATIVE VOLUME ELEMENT; SUMMARY; Chapter6 -- Symmetry in Microstructure Representation; 6.1 POINT SYMMETRY SUBGROUPS OF THE CRYSTAL LATTICE; 6.2 SYMMETRY CONSIDERATIONS IN SO (3) AND S2; SUMMARY; Chapter7 -- Structure-Property Relations; 7.1 POTENTIALS AND GRADIENTS; 7.2 STRESS; 7.3 STRAIN AND MOTION; 7.4 CONDUCTIVITY; 7.5 ELASTICITY; 7.6 CRYSTAL PLASTICITY; 7.7 MACROSCALE PLASTICITY; SUMMARY.
Chapter8 -- Homogenization Theories8.1 INTRODUCTION; 8.2 FIRST-ORDER BOUNDS FOR ELASTICITY; 8.3 HOMOGENIZATION OF OTHER PHYSICAL PROPERTIES; 8.4 FIRST-ORDER BOUNDS FOR THERMAL EXPANSION; SUMMARY; Chapter9 -- Microstructure Hull and Closures; 9.1 MICROSTRUCTURE HULL; 9.2 PROPERTY CLOSURES; SUMMARY; Chapter10 -- Design for Performance Optimization; 10.1DESIGN PROCESS USING GSH; 10.2MICROSTRUCTURE DESIGN OF A COMPLIANT MECHANISM; 10.3 MICROSTRUCTURE DESIGN OF A ROTATING DISK; 10.4 MICROSTRUCTURE-SENSITIVE DESIGN OF A COMPOSITE PLATE; 10.5 HETEROGENEOUS DESIGN; SUMMARY.
Chapter11 -- Microstructure Evolution by Processing11.1 FIRST-ORDER CRYSTAL PLASTICITY MODELS IN A SPECTRAL FRAMEWORK; 11.2 PROCESS DESIGN USING DEFORMATION PROCESSING OPERATIONS; 11.3 A BRIEF OUTLINE FOR HETEROGENEOUS DESIGN; SUMMARY; Chapter12 -- Higher-Order Microstructure Representation; 12.1 CORRELATION FUNCTIONS AND MICROSTRUCTURE REPRESENTATION; 12.2 REPRESENTATION OF CORRELATION FUNCTIONS IN THE PRIMITIVE BASIS; 12.3 DISCRETE FOURIER TRANSFORM REPRESENTATION OF CORRELATION FUNCTIONS; 12.4 QUANTITATIVE REPRESENTATIONS OF INTERFACE MICROSTRUCTURE.
Summary The accelerating rate at which new materials are appearing, and transforming the engineering world, only serves to emphasize the vast potential for novel material structure and related performance. Microstructure Sensitive Design for Performance Optimization (MSDPO) embodies a new methodology for systematic design of material microstructure to meet the requirements of design in optimal ways. Intended for materials engineers and researchers in industry, government and academia as well as upper level undergraduate and graduate students studying material science and engineering, MSDPO provides a.
Other Author Kalidindi, Surya R.
Fullwood, David T.
Other Title Print version: Adams, Brent L. Microstructure Sensitive Design for Performance Optimization. Oxford : Elsevier Science, ©2012 9780123969897