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AuthorBrokate, M. author
TitlePhase Transitions and Hysteresis [electronic resource] : Lectures given at the 3rd Session of the Centro Internazionale Matematico Estivo (C.I.M.E.) held in Montecatini Terme, Italy, July 13-21, 1993 / by M. Brokate, Yong Zhong Huo, Noboyuki Kenmochi, Ingo Mรผller, Josรฉ F. Rodriguez, Claudio Verdi ; edited by Augusto Visintin
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1994
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BFb0073393
Descript VIII, 296 p. online resource

SUMMARY

1) Phase Transitions, represented by generalizations of the classical Stefan problem. This is studied by Kenmochi and Rodrigues by means of variational techniques. 2) Hysteresis Phenomena. Some alloys exhibit shape memory effects, corresponding to a stress-strain relation which strongly depends on temperature; mathematical physical aspects are treated in Mรผller's paper. In a general framework, hysteresis can be described by means of hysteresis operators in Banach spaces of time dependent functions; their properties are studied by Brokate. 3) Numerical analysis. Several models of the phenomena above can be formulated in terms of nonlinear parabolic equations. Here Verdi deals with the most updated approximation techniques


CONTENT

Hysteresis operators -- Systems of nonlinear PDEs arising from dynamical phase transitions -- Quasiplasticity and pseudoelasticity in shape memory alloys -- Variational methods in the stefan problem -- Numerical aspects of parabolic free boundary and hysteresis problems


Mathematics Mathematical analysis Analysis (Mathematics) Applied mathematics Engineering mathematics Numerical analysis Physics Mechanics Condensed matter Mathematics Applications of Mathematics Condensed Matter Physics Numerical Analysis Analysis Theoretical Mathematical and Computational Physics Mechanics



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