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By Susumu Ikeda, Motoko Kotani

ISBN-10: 4431558624

ISBN-13: 9784431558620

This ebook is the 1st quantity of the SpringerBriefs within the arithmetic of fabrics and gives a finished consultant to the interplay of arithmetic with fabrics technology. The anterior a part of the e-book describes a specific background of fabrics technological know-how in addition to the interplay among arithmetic and fabrics in background. The emergence of fabrics technological know-how used to be itself due to the an interdisciplinary circulation within the Nineteen Fifties and Sixties. fabrics technological know-how used to be shaped by way of the mixing of metallurgy, polymer technological know-how, ceramics, reliable kingdom physics, and similar disciplines. We think that such ancient historical past is helping readers to appreciate the significance of interdisciplinary interplay equivalent to mathematics–materials technology collaboration. 

The center a part of the publication describes mathematical rules and techniques that may be utilized to fabrics difficulties and introduces a few examples of particular studies―for instance, computational homology utilized to structural research of glassy fabrics, stochastic versions for the formation means of fabrics, new geometric measures for finite carbon nanotube molecules, mathematical method predicting a molecular magnet, and community research of nanoporous fabrics. the main points of those works should be proven within the next volumes of this SpringerBriefs within the arithmetic of fabrics sequence via the person authors. 
The posterior component of the ebook provides how breakthroughs in accordance with mathematics–materials technological know-how collaborations can emerge. The authors' argument is supported via the stories on the complex Institute for fabrics study (AIMR), the place many researchers from quite a few fields accrued and tackled interdisciplinary research.

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