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Below you find a list of books, which have been authored by IMST-members. A collection of additional scientific literature, which has been published at IMST, can be viewed by clicking on the sub-menus on the left (conference proceedings, rviewd journal papers, patents, theses, ...). You are then automatically referred to the publication database of TU Wien.

Seidler, Sabine, Grellmann, Wolfgang, Arndt, K.-F., Lechner, M. D. (Eds.)

Part 3: Mechanical and Thermomechanical Properties of Polymers

Subvolume A: Polymer Solids and Polymer Melts

Series: Landolt-Börnstein: Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and Technology - New Series

ISBN 978-3-642-55165-9

The volume provides a compilation of quantitative parameters concerning thermomechanical, mechanical and fracture-mechanical properties of pure, filled and reinforced thermoplastics, thermosets and high-performance composites

The rapid and dynamic progresses in research and development of new plastic material systems are reviewed and the assessed data and concepts compiled from a systematic point of view and presented in a structured way

The sub volumes A of volume VIII/6 form a series of data collections and handbooks covering properties of polymer solids and polymer melts. The present volume forms the third part of it and compiles concepts and data concerning thermomechanical, mechanical and fracture-mechanical properties of pure, filled and reinforced thermoplastics, thermo sets and high-performance composites.

E. Kozeschnik

Modeling Solid-State Precipitation

2013, Momentum Press 

ISBN-10:1606500627

ISBN-13: 978-1606500620

Over recent decades, modeling an simulation of solid-state precipitation has attracted increased attention in academia and industry due to their important contributions in designing properties of advanced structural materials and in increasing productivity and decreasing costs for expensive alloying. In particular, precipitation of second phases is an important means for controlling the mechanical-technological properties of structural materials. However, profound physical modeling of precipitation is not a trivial task.

This book introduces you to the classical methods of precipitation modeling and to recently-developed advanced, computationally-efficient techniques

  • nucleation theory, precipitation growth, calculation of interfacial enegies
  • advanced techniques for technologically relevant multi-component systems and complex thermo-mechanical treatments
  • numerical approaches using evolution equations and discrete particle size distributions
  • the major software products available for precipitation kinetics simulations