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By Nuno Silvestre

ISBN-10: 1119068932

ISBN-13: 9781119068938

Contains the most recent learn advances in computational nanomechanics in a single entire volume

  • Covers computational instruments used to simulate and examine nanostructures
  • Includes contributions from top researchers
  • Covers of latest methodologies/tools utilized to computational nanomechanics when additionally giving readers the recent findings on carbon-based aggregates (graphene, carbon-nanotubes, nanocomposites)
  • Evaluates the impression of nanoscale phenomena in materials

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5 Nan’s Model In 1997, based on the Maxwell-based models, Nan et al. [114] developed a general effective medium approximation formulation for modelling the effective thermal conductivity of arbitrary particulate composites with the allowance of interfacial thermal resistance. 21) where keii is the effective thermal conductivity of the composite along the ii axis, km the thermal conductivity of the matrix, kf the thermal conductivity of the filler, f the volume fraction of the 14 Advanced Computational Nanomechanics fillers, ???? the angle between the composite material axis X3 and the local filler symmetric axis X3′ , ????(????) the distribution function describing ellipsoidal filler orientation, kiiC is the equivalent thermal conductivity of a composite unit cell comprising an ellipsoidal fill and its surrounding interface layer along the Xi′ symmetric axis.

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