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Research Efforts in Material Science and Mechanics Engineering

2013 Edition, June 13, 2013

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  • Revision: 2013 Edition, June 13, 2013
  • Published Date: June 13, 2013
  • Status: Active, Most Current
  • Document Language: English
  • Published By: Trans Tech Publications Inc. (TTP)
  • Page Count: 348
  • ANSI Approved: No
  • DoD Adopted: No

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International Conference on Engineering Materials for Electronics, Communication and Construction 2012 (EMECC 2012) was held on Aug. 25-26, 2012, Hangzhou, China. EMECC was initially created by a network of researchers and engineers both from academia and industry in the areas of material science and mechanics engineering. The goal of EMECC 2012 is to bring together researchers from the academia and practitioners from the industry in order to address fundamentals and applications of material science and mechanics. The conference provides a forum where researchers shall be able to present recent research results and new research problems and directions related to them. The conference seeks contributions presenting novel research in all aspects of new advanced methods for material science and mechanics.

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Review from Book News Inc.: Selected by peer review from over 150 submissions, the 63 papers consider topics in material science and mechanical engineering such as a combined diagnosis study of a terminal main insulation hole defect in a 10 kilovolt cross-linked polyethylene cable, the dynamic response analysis of a reinforced concrete column under the effect of an explosive impact load, the numerical simulation and analysis of the ironing process for a deep-cup-shaped workpiece, optimizing the carbon fiber drawing process based on a cooperative immune clonal selection algorithm, and the optimal design of multi-layer absorbing materials based on a genetic algorithm.