STP1169

    M3D: Mechanics and Mechanisms of Material Damping

    Kinra VK, Wolfenden A
    Published: 1992


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    STP 1169 is a comprehensive summary of the state-of-the-science in damping measurements and their interpretation. This volume has valuable contributions from the leading practitioners in the field and for the first time brings together two diverse technical communities, namely, mechanics of solids and materials science as they concern the field of material damping.


    Table of Contents

    Overview

    Relationship Amongst Various Measures of Damping

    The Measurement of the Material Damping of High Polymers Over Ten Decades of Frequency and its Interpretation

    Damping Mechanisms in Thin-Layer Materials

    Mechanical Energy Dissipation Related with Martensitic Transformation Processes

    Nontraditional Applications of Damping Measurements

    Damping Studies of Ceramic Reinforced Aluminum

    Irreversible Heat Transfer as a Source of Thermoelastic Damping

    Phase Changes and Damping in Crystalline Materials

    Characterization of the Damping Properties of High-Damping Alloys

    Effect of Microstructure on Damping in Metal-Matrix Composites: A Review

    On the Instability of the High Damping Peak During the Forward and Reverse Martensitic Transformation in Shape Memory Alloys

    Nonlinear Damping Due to Boundary Motion

    A Study of Dislocations in Plastically-Cycled Pure Aluminum at Room Temperature Using Ultrasonic Measurements

    Internal Friction in Spinels

    Internal Friction Peaks Due to Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Hydrogen in Vanadium-Niobium (V-Nb) Alloys

    Wave Attenuation in Fiber-Reinforced Composites

    An Internal Friction Study of Melting in Aluminum-Indium and Aluminum-Lead Alloys

    Modeling and Measurement of Axial and Flexural Damping in Metal-Matrix Composites

    The Relationship of Traditional Damping Measures for Materials with High Damping Capacity: A Review

    Finite Elements for Modeling Frequency-Dependent Material Damping Using Internal State Variables

    Internal Friction Investigation in High-Purity Tantalum and Niobium by Isothermal and Isochronal Measurements

    Nonlinear Internal Friction in a Premartensitic Cu74Al22Ni4 Alloy

    Internal Friction and Young's Modulus Measurements in Zr-2.5Nb Alloy Doped with Hydrogen

    A Fundamental Connection Between Intrinsic Material Damping and Structural Damping

    High-Temperature Anelastic Relaxation of Dense Zircon Bodies

    Damping and Dynamic Elastic Modulus of Ceramics and Ceramic-Matrix Composites at Elevated Temperatures

    High-Temperature Isothermal Internal Friction Measurements in NiCoCrAlY Alloys

    Some Improvements in the Flexural Damping Measurement Technique

    Integrated Mechanics for the Passive Damping of Polymer-Matrix Composites and Composite Structures

    Experimental Studies on Material Damping Characteristics of Carbon-Carbon Composites

    Modeling Damping Behavior of Composite Materials Using the Finite Element Method (FEM)

    Mechanical Properties of Tungsten Carbide-11 Cobalt (WC-11Co) Studied by Internal Friction

    Internal Friction in Silicon-Carbon/Glass Ceramic Composites

    Strain-Aging Susceptibility of a Steel Repair Weld Using Internal Friction

    Internal Friction Resulting from a Thermal Expansion Mismatch Between Aluminum and Silicon in an Al-11.8Si Alloy

    Damping Analysis: An Historical Perspective

    Appendix: Constants and Conversion

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E28

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1169-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5218-2

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1495-1

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