Sp16-CEE-292-01 : Computational Micromechanics. 2016 Spring
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Thermodynamics of general internal variable formulations of inelasticity; 1D and 3D material models at small strains (nonlinear elasticity, viscoelasticity, plasticity, damage); development of efficient algorithms and finite element implementations; micromechanical based crystal plasticity models; review of nonlinear continuum mechanics; micromechanical based finite deformation rubber elasticity models; introduction to homogenization methods and micro-macro transitions. Prerequisite: CEE 281 or equivalent.
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