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Advances in Materials and Mechanics

Published

Author(s)

K P. Chong, Mark R. VanLandingham, Li Piin Sung

Abstract

Mechanics and materials are essential elements in all of the transcendent technologies that are the primary drivers of the twenty first century and in the new economy. The transcendent technologies include nanotechnology, microelectronics, information technology and biotechnology as well as the enabling and supporting civil infrastructure systems and materials. Research opportunities and challenges in mechanics and materials, including nanomechanics, microscopy, radiation scattering and other nanoscale metrologies, as well as improved engineering and design of materials in the exciting information age are presented and discussed.
Proceedings Title
International Conference on Advances in Building Technology | | | Elsevier
Volume
1
Conference Dates
December 4-6, 2002
Conference Location
Hong Kong, 1, CH
Conference Title
Advances in Building Technology International Conference

Keywords

atomic force microscope, confocal microscopy, durability, materials engineering, multi-scale modeling, nanoindentation, nanomechanics, scattering metrology, simulation

Citation

Chong, K. , VanLandingham, M. and Sung, L. (2002), Advances in Materials and Mechanics, International Conference on Advances in Building Technology | | | Elsevier, Hong Kong, 1, CH, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=860422 (Accessed June 22, 2024)

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Created November 30, 2002, Updated October 12, 2021