Biojet Fuel in Aviation Applications

Biojet Fuel in Aviation Applications: Production, Usage and Impact of Biofuels introduces readers to the various modeling techniques of incremental and kinematic hardening plasticity for accurate calculation of stress rates, strain rates, and fatigue life prediction. It provides practical guidelines on how to calibrate material models to experimental data as well as how to implement numerical codes when theoretical material models need to be used in numerical and finite element analysis. It also provides background on the underlying fundamentals of incremental plasticity theory, preparing readers to better grasp more sophisticated plasticity theories that they'll encounter. It covers non-monotonic loading, physical mechanisms of plastic strains, and provides precise descriptions of various plasticity models, such as Armstrong-Frederick, Chaboche,and Mroz-Garud. The book also includes applications of various plasticity models in real-world settings as well as MATLAB and plasticity model codes for calculating local stress and strain rates and distribution. Outlines modeling techniques for accurate calculation of material stress rates, strain rates, and fatigue life Covers the theoretical fundamentals of incremental plasticity allowing for better understanding of more complicated plasticity theories Includes an appendix with codes for calculating local stress and strain rates and distribution Discusses applications of various kinematic hardening models such as Armstrong-Frederick, Chaboche, Mroz-Garud

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  • Author : Cheng Tung Chong
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 300 pages
  • ISBN : 9780128228548
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Biojet Fuel in Aviation Applications

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