Dynamic Plasticity, Volume 10
This book presents a self-contained and comprehensive look at the field of dynamic plasticity for researchers and graduates in mechanical engineering. Drawing on the author's long career in the field, the book greatly extends material from the 1967 original edition with the addition of fresh research chapters as well as a full introduction to the elementary theory of plasticity. The coverage of new areas includes a chapter on rocks and soils, the various developments in research on rate type, and novel problems concerning non-homogenous Bingham fluids, such as flow along an inclined slope. Other chapters consider the latest issues in metal working, such as drawing, floating plug, and extrusion. New problems concerning the perforation of plates with high velocity are also included.
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First of all congratulations to Professor N. Cristescu for addition of an elaborate concept of geomechanics for rocks and soils. I have already studied book " Time Effect in Rock Mechanics authored by Professor N. Cristescu and Udo Hunsche. I have gone through the limited contents and materials available on the web site. I have observed that the extensive mathematical contents related to deformation with their physical meanings. I will be happy with presentation of complex deformation phenomena in form of empirical equations.
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With best wishes and deep regards to author.
Dr. R.K. Dubey
Geotech Engg. & Eng. Geol. (Geomechanics and Salt mechanics)
Department of Geology
Indian School of Mines
Dhanbad-826 004, India
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Rocks and Soils
The Propagation of Longitudinal Stress Waves in Thin Bars
Mechanics of Extensible Strings
Flow of a Bigham Fluid