Engineering

Engineering Mechanics of Polymeric Materials
Theories, Properties, and Applications

Gabil Garibxan ogli Aliyev, DSc
Faig Bakhman Ogli Naghiyev, DSc

Engineering Mechanics of Polymeric Materials

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Pub Date: September 2013
Hardback Price: $149.95 US
Hard ISBN: 9781926895550
Pages: 280pp
Binding Type: hardbound

In this book, the theory of the strength of laminated and reinforced structures made of polymer materials with regard to the changeability of physico-chemical properties is examined. To achieve this goal, the authors present an experimental-theoretical method on the definition of physico-mechanical properties of polymers composite materials and polymerized bundles made of fibers with emphasis on the changes of physico-chemical properties of the materials. New mechanical effects have revealed the changeability of mass force of polymer materials. With mathematical strictness, the experimental and theoretical studies presented here will aid in the development of reliable methods and new practices of analyzing structures with the influence of chemically aggressive liquids and gases and in the creation of specific production structures that will withstand corrosive environments.

In the current literature available, the method of calculation for the strength, stability, and vibration of structural elements made of polymer and composite materials does not include the effect of chemically aggressive environments. In this book, a new concept based on the mechanical strength of polymer and composite materials with regard to the variability of their physical and chemical properties is developed. In other words, the authors propose an entirely new theory of calculating and developing the strength of laminated structural elements.

Key features include:
• Provides a comprehensive overview of the efforts made in the field of mechanics of polymer and composite materials
• Addresses the information needs of people working in industrialized and developing countries
• Explains the importance of theoretical and experimental research to discover new physical and mechanical effects in the polymer and composite materials
• Discusses the importance of taking into account the effect of the variability of physics and chemical properties of the polymer and composite materials
• Analyzes reliable methods of structural analysis with the influence of chemically aggressive liquid or gaseous media
• Presents the future outlook on the creation of concrete industrial structures operating in corrosive environments

CONTENTS:
Preface

Chapter 1. Interaction of Physico-Mechanical and Physico-Chemical Properties of Polymer Materials
1.1. Objective laws of mass transfer of corrosive liquid and gussy media in polymer and composite materials and solution methods of differential transfer equations
1.1.1. Solution methods of differential transfer equations
1.2. Experimental-theoretical method for defining physico-mechanical properties of polymer materials with regard to influence of corrosive liquid medium
1.2.1. Linear-elastic deformation model of polymer materials with regard to change of physico-chemical properties
1.2.2. Hooke’s generalized law for a polymer material with regard to influence of change physico-chemical properties
1.2.3. On changeability of mass force of a polymer material with regard to change of physico-chemical properties
1.2.4. Elastic-plastic deformation model of a polymer material with regard to change of physico-chemical property
1.2.5. Experimental determination of influence of velocity in velocity of change of physico-chemical properties of polymer materials I corrosive liquid medium
1.3. Longitude stability of a strip under the action of swelling forces
Chapter 2. Stress Strain State of a Multilayer Thick-Walled Pipe With Regard to Change of Physico-Chemical Properties of the Material
2.1. Stresses, strains and strength of a laminated pipe made of polymer material under the action of corrosive liquid medium and external loads
2.2. On a criterion of adhesive strength of laminated and reinforced bodies with regard to physico-chemical change of layers materials
2.3. Stress-strain state of a double-layer pipe under the action of corrosive liquid medium and external loads
2.4. Stress-strain state of a three-layer pipe under the action of corrosive liquid medium and external loads
2.5. Plane problem for a pipe made of a polymer material fastened with an elastic shell with regard to swelling effect
2.6. Dynamic behavior of a hollow cylinder with changing physico-chemical properties under the action of internal and external pressures
2.6.1. Quasistatic behavior of a laminated pipe
2.6.2. Dynamic behavior of a laminated pipe
Chapter 3. Stresses, Strains and Strength of Sandwich Reinforced Thick-Walled Pipes With Regard to Change of Physico-Chemical Properties of Binding Material
3.1. Interaction of reinforcing elements with polymer matrix
3.2. Properties of reinforcing bundles made of fibers under quasistatic interaction with polymer matrix
3.2.1. Elastic properties of a bundle made of fibers with regard to interaction forces with elastic matrix
3.2.2. Elastico-plastic properties of bundle made of fibers with regard to interaction forces elastic-plastic matrix
3.2.3. Viscous-elastic properties of a bundle made of fibers with regard to interaction forces with visco-elastic matrix
3.2.4. On one approximate visco-elastic model of a polymerized bundle made of fibers with regard to interaction forces with viscous-elastic matrix.
3.3. Experimental investigation of mechanical properties of bundles made of glass fibers in quasistatic interaction with a polymer matrix
3.4. Physico-chemical deformation model of a polymerized bar made of fibers in the neck zone
3.5. Experimental-theoretical method for defining physico-chemical properties of polymerized bundles made of fibers with regard to change of physico-chemical properties of binding material
3.6. Stress-strain state of a sandwich-reinforced pipe under the action of corrosive liquid medium and the system of external forces
3.7. Stress-strain state of three-layer reinforced pipe under the action of internal pressure and axial stretch with regard to physico-chemical change of binding material Index


About the Authors / Editors:
Gabil Garibxan ogli Aliyev, DSc
Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics of Azerbaijan Republic, Baku, Azerbaijan

Gabil Garibxan ogli Aliyev, DSc, is currently affiliated with the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences at the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics of Azerbaijan Republic, Baku, Azerbaijan. He has published several books in the field as well as over 150 journal articles and international patents.

Faig Bakhman Ogli Naghiyev, DSc
Head, Department of Mathematics, Azerbaijan State Marine Academy, Baku, Azerbaijan

Faig Bakhman ogli Naghiyev, DSc, is currently affiliated with the Azerbaijan State Marine Academy in Baku, Azerbaijan. He was formerly Professor of the Department of Development and Production of Oil Fields at Azerbaijan State Oil Academy, Baku, Azerbaijan. He is the author of over 100 articles and five books and more than 200 analytical reports. He has worked on many projects on fundamental and applied studies in hydro-mechanics and thermal physics of multiphase media, mathematics, computer programming, research studies in oil and gas sphere, power-engineering and technological complexes, education and sciences.




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