By Nuno Silvestre
Contains the newest study advances in computational nanomechanics in a single accomplished volume
- Covers computational instruments used to simulate and examine nanostructures
- Includes contributions from best researchers
- Covers of recent methodologies/tools utilized to computational nanomechanics when additionally giving readers the hot findings on carbon-based aggregates (graphene, carbon-nanotubes, nanocomposites)
- Evaluates the effect of nanoscale phenomena in materials
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2 W/m K, thermal conductivity of graphene fillers is 5000 W/m K, volume fraction of fillers is 10%, and size of graphene fillers is 5 μm. 4. It shows that the thermal conductivity of graphene–polymer nanocomposites increases significantly with reduced interfacial thermal resistance, especially when the interfacial thermal resistance is low. Therefore, the reduction of the interfacial thermal resistance between graphene and polymer is a key challenge for the development of graphene–polymer nanocomposites.
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Advanced computational nanomechanics by Nuno Silvestre