This book presents a collection of contributions on advanced approaches to the mechanics of materials and mechanics of structures for high-temperature applications, such as power plant components, engines and turbochargers. The contributions highlight advanced constitutive models for high-temperature materials, as well as new approaches to the efficient modeling and analysis of engineering structures operating in high-temperature environments.
Presents advanced approaches to the mechanics of materials and structures for high-temperature applications
Applies models to power plant components, engines, and turbochargers
Provides advanced constitutive models and new approaches to efficient modeling
1 Analysis of a Power Plant Rotor Made of Tempered Martensitic Steel based on a Composite Model of Inelastic Deformation.- 2 Computational assessment of the microstructure-dependent thermomechanica.- 3 Problems of Thick Functionally Graded Material Structures Under Thermomechanical Loadings.- 4 Structural analysis of gas turbine blades made of Mo-Si-Bunder stationary thermo-mechanical loads.