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Mechanics of Magnetostrictive Materials and Structures

    304 Pages 107 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

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    Mechanics of Magnetostrictive Materials and Structures demonstrates the practical applications and uses for this cutting-edge smart material. Exploring the analytical and numerical solution procedures and characteristics of metamaterials more generally, the book details how these respond to external factors. Exceptionally adjustable and adaptable, magnetostrictive materials are artificial structures that provide distinctive physical properties. Providing clear illustrations throughout, this book provides a comprehensive guide to the theory and its applications. Presenting the mathematical tools needed to analyse magnetostrictive materials and structures, through the use of MATLAB, the book will also detail static analysis. Comprehensively assessing the practicalities of this smart material, it also discusses vibration and buckling under different loads, alongside dynamic behaviour. Aimed at students and professionals working in the field of mechanics, materials and dynamics, the book is an essential guide to this rapidly developing area.

    1. An Introduction to Magnetostrictive Materials and Structures. 2. Static Analysis of Magnetostrictive Materials and Structures. 3. Vibration Analysis of Magnetostrictive Materials and Structures. 4. Wave Propagation of Magnetostrictive Materials and Structures. 5. Dynamic Analysis of Magnetostrictive Materials and Structures.


    Farzad Ebrahimi is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, IKIU, Qazvin, Iran. His research interests include mechanical behaviors of Nano-Engineered Systems, mechanics of composites and nanocomposites, functionally graded materials, viscoelasticity, and smart materials and structures. Dr. Ebrahimi has authored more than 400 high-quality peer-reviewed research articles in his fields of interest. He has also edited and authored multiple books for well-known publishers. He is an Associate Editor of the journal Shock and Vibration, an Editorial Board member of the Journal of Computational Applied Mechanics, and a distinguished reviewer whose expertise helps the editors of prestigious journals judge research articles.

    Mehrdad Farajzadeh Ahari is graduated as a master student from Imam Khomeini International University as one of the top 5 students. His research interests are nanocomposites, the dynamic behaviour of smart materials, and functionally graded materials. He has authored articles in his research field in well-known journals. As a bachelor student, he published a paper on his research field in the Journal of Energy. Dedicated and experienced Mechanical Engineer with extensive knowledge of engineering principles, theories, specifications, and standards.