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Author: J. Pouget,R. Drouot,B. Collet,G. A. Maugin
ISBN13: 978-0471935759
Title: Nonlinear Electromechanical Couplings
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Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (September 1992)
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Nonlinear Electromechanical Couplings by J. Pouget,R. Drouot,B. Collet,G. A. Maugin



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Maugin, G., Pouget, J., Drouot, R., and Collet, B. John Wiley & Sons, UK, 1992. 2. Aero, E. L. Micromechanics of a double continuum in a model of a medium with variable periodic structure. 3. and Bulygin, A. Strongly nonlinear theory of nanostructure formation owing to elastic and nonelastic strains in crystalline solids. 4. Porubov, A. V., Aero, E., and Maugin, G. Two approaches to study essentially nonlinear and dispersive properties of the internal structure of materials. E, 2009, 79, 046608. 5. Engelbrecht, J., Berezovsky, A., Pastrone, F., and Braun, M. Waves in microstructured materials and dispersion.

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This book provides a unified theory on nonlinear nical interactions of soft materials capable of large elastic deformations. The authors include an overview of the basic principles of the classic theory of electromagnetism from the fundamental notions of point charges and magnetic dipoles through to distributions of charge and current in a non-deformable continuum, time-dependent electromagnetic fields and Maxwell’s equations. North Holland, Amsterdam Maugin GA, Pouget J, Drouot R, Collet B (1992) Nonlinear electromechanical couplings. Wiley, Chichester McMeeking RM, Landis CM (2005) Electrostatic forces and stored energy for deformable dielectric materials. J Appl Mech 72:581–590 McMeeking RM, Landis CM, Jiminez MA (2007) A principle of virtual work for combined electrostatic and mechanical loading of materials.

Offers an updated and rigorous treatise on most manifestations of nonlinear electromechanical couplings in dielectric media with applications to piezoelectric and ferroelectric crystals, piezoelectric powders and solutions of electrodeformable macromolecules. Presents a variety of static and dynamic nonlinear effects which have important engineering applications. Contains an insight into the nonlinear behavior of such new substances as ceramics, powders and ferroelectrics. Rigorous mathematical treatment includes hyberbolic systems, asymptotic expansions, singular perturbations, convexity and soliton theory.