Jamming, yielding, and irreversible deformation in condensed matter / M.C. Miguel, J.M. Rubi (eds.).

Contributor(s): Miguel, M. C. (M. Carmen) | Rubí, J. M. (José-Miguel) | Sitges Conference (19th : 2004)
Material type: TextTextSeries: Lecture notes in physics: 688.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2006Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 209 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540332046; 3540332049; 9783540300281; 3540300287; 6610618135; 9786610618132Subject(s): Condensed matter -- Congresses | Matière condensée -- Congrès | SCIENCE -- Physics -- Condensed Matter | Condensed matter | Physique | Condensed matter | DeformationGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Jamming, yielding, and irreversible deformation in condensed matter.DDC classification: 530.412 LOC classification: QC173.45 | .J36 2006ebOther classification: O469-532 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Yielding and jamming of dense suspensions / M.E. Cates -- Thermal noise properties of two aging materials / L. Bellon [and others] -- Jamming in dense granular media / A. Coniglio [and others] -- Rheological aspects of the solid-liquid transition in jammed systems / P. Coussot -- Dynamics of disordered elastic systems / T. Giamarchi, A.B. Kolton, A. Rosso -- Edge contamination effects in the dynamics of vortex matter in superconductors: memory effects and excess flux-flow noise / G. Jung [and others] -- Out-of-equilibrium relaxation of a time-dependent effective temperature / A. Lemaitre -- Depinning and plasticity of driven disordered lattices / M.C. Marchetti -- Mixing, ergodicity and the fluctuation-dissipation theorem in complex systems / M.H. Vainstein, I.V.L. Costa, F.A. Oliveira -- Jamming and yielding of dislocations: from crystal plasticity to superconducting vortex flow / S. Zapperi [and others].
Review: "This collection of ten tutorial reviews by leading researchers in the field introduces and renews recent advances on irreversible deformation phenomena in solid state and soft condensed matter physics. The focus in applications is on amorphous materials, crystalline solids under stress and more generally, elastic manifolds driven by external processes. This book addresses in particular nonspecialists and graduate students wishing to enter the field."--Jacket.
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Yielding and jamming of dense suspensions / M.E. Cates -- Thermal noise properties of two aging materials / L. Bellon [and others] -- Jamming in dense granular media / A. Coniglio [and others] -- Rheological aspects of the solid-liquid transition in jammed systems / P. Coussot -- Dynamics of disordered elastic systems / T. Giamarchi, A.B. Kolton, A. Rosso -- Edge contamination effects in the dynamics of vortex matter in superconductors: memory effects and excess flux-flow noise / G. Jung [and others] -- Out-of-equilibrium relaxation of a time-dependent effective temperature / A. Lemaitre -- Depinning and plasticity of driven disordered lattices / M.C. Marchetti -- Mixing, ergodicity and the fluctuation-dissipation theorem in complex systems / M.H. Vainstein, I.V.L. Costa, F.A. Oliveira -- Jamming and yielding of dislocations: from crystal plasticity to superconducting vortex flow / S. Zapperi [and others].

"This collection of ten tutorial reviews by leading researchers in the field introduces and renews recent advances on irreversible deformation phenomena in solid state and soft condensed matter physics. The focus in applications is on amorphous materials, crystalline solids under stress and more generally, elastic manifolds driven by external processes. This book addresses in particular nonspecialists and graduate students wishing to enter the field."--Jacket.

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