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Continuum Mechanics: Progress in Fundamentals and Engineering Applications

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Continuum Mechanics: Progress in Fundamentals and Engineering Applications
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535104476
Number of pages: 158

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Unlike classical Continuum Mechanics books, this book summarizes the advances of Continuum Mechanics in several defined areas. Emphasis is placed on the application aspect. The applications described in the book cover energy materials and systems (fuel cell materials and electrodes), materials removal, and mechanical response/deformation of structural components including plates, pipelines etc.

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