Best Books – Computer Simulation for Textile Mechanics

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Computer Simulation For Textile Mechanics subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Computer Simulation For Textile Mechanics along with reviews.

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1. “Novel Methods in Soft Matter Simulations (Lecture Notes in Physics)” by Mikko Karttunen and Ilpo Vattulainen

“Novel Methods in Soft Matter Simulations (Lecture Notes in Physics)” Book Review: This book presents many theoretical, experimental and computation research on soft matter and biological systems. The book also explains the macroscopic properties of materials and complex fluids which are computed from dynamics of microscopic and molecular level. The book also presents methods to bridge the space and time scales in realistic simulations. The book can be used by graduate students and non-research students who are trying to learn about the soft matter simulations.

2. “Stochastic Processes in Polymeric Fluids: Tools and Examples for Developing Simulation Algorithms” by Öttinger and Hans C

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“Stochastic Processes in Polymeric Fluids: Tools and Examples for Developing Simulation Algorithms” Book Review: The book covers two major topics like mathematical theory of stochastic process and its applications to molecular theories of polymeric fluids. The book provides a mathematical background in the beginning and then moves onto an understanding of polymer dynamics, develops efficient computer algorithms and develops solvable models. The programs written in FORTRAN are available on ftp.springer.de/pub/chemistry/polysim/. This book serves to be useful for many engineering branches including those pursuing natural sciences.

3. “Simulation for Textile Mechanics” by Pushpanjali
4. “Computational Analysis of Polymer Processing” by J R A Pearson and S M Richardson

“Computational Analysis of Polymer Processing” Book Review: The book begins with an introduction to polymer melt mechanics and then covers topics like computational techniques for viscoelastic fluid flow, extrudate swell and extrusion. The book also discusses moulding, fibre spinning, film blowing, blow moulding and thermoforming, coating flows and process control. The book provides a large number of real life applications. This book is useful for scientists and engineers who work in the field of polymer processing problems.

5. “Handbook of Materials Structures, Properties, Processing and Performance” by Lawrence E Murr

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“Handbook of Materials Structures, Properties, Processing and Performance” Book Review: This book provides comprehensive information on advanced topics in materials science and engineering. The book also provides the historical account of critical developments, evolutions of materials fundamentals, important perspective for material fundamentals, advances in processing, selection, characterization and service life prediction. The book also discusses biological materials, crystals and their defects, biological material hierarchies, natural and man-made composites. It also explains interrelationships between properties, processing and synthesis. This book is useful for practitioners, graduate level students and faculty from various disciplines.

6. “Elastomere Friction: Theory, Experiment and Simulation (Lecture Notes in Applied and Computational Mechanics)” by Manfred Kluppel and Bodo Heimann

“Elastomere Friction: Theory, Experiment and Simulation (Lecture Notes in Applied and Computational Mechanics)” Book Review: The book covers topics like modeling of wet and dry friction of silica, micromechanics of internal friction, frictional contact of elastomers and thermal effects and dissipation of rubber phenomenology. The book also provides explanation on finite element techniques for rolling rubber wheels, tyre tread block and road simulations, grosch wheel and behaviour of rolling of rubber wheels. This book can be referred to by anyone in the field of material sciences.

7. “Textile Composites and Inflatable Structures (Computational Methods in Applied Sciences)” by Eugenio Oñate and B H Kröplin

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“Textile Composites and Inflatable Structures (Computational Methods in Applied Sciences)” Book Review: This book explains clyde membrane roofs and covers, sailed, inatatable buildings, pavilions, airships, inatatable furniture and airspace structures and many more topics. The book also provides a large number of solved examples and numericals. The book can be referred to by engineering students of civil engineering, architecture and aerospace engineering.

8. “Advances in Soft Matter Mechanics” by Shaofan Li and Bohua Sun

“Advances in Soft Matter Mechanics” Book Review: This book provides the recent developments in the field of soft matter mechanics in the field of applied and computational mechanics and then introduces the topic as a sub-part of soft matter physics. The book covers various topics like coarse grained finite element method for modeling colloidal adhesion, entropic elasticity, meshfree simulations of liquid crystal elastomers, simulations of DNA and many more. The book is useful for researchers and graduate students in the field of mechanics, condensed matter physics and biomaterials.

9. “Bridging the Time Scales: Molecular Simulations for the Next Decade (Lecture Notes in Physics)” by Peter Nielaba and Michel Mareschal

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“Bridging the Time Scales: Molecular Simulations for the Next Decade (Lecture Notes in Physics)” Book Review: The book covers topics like protein folding, applications of statistical mechanics to biological systems, polymer structure and dynamics, complex and mesoscopic fluids, slow dynamics and reactivity and lattice models. It also explains multiscale modelling in materials science, methodological developments in MD and MC, perspectives in ab initio MD , quantum simulations and Monte Carlo simulation techniques. The book can be used by specialists and non-specialists in the field.

10. “Advanced Computer Simulation Approaches for Soft Matter Sciences II (Advances in Polymer Science)” by Christian Holm and Kurt Kremer

“Advanced Computer Simulation Approaches for Soft Matter Sciences II (Advances in Polymer Science)” Book Review: The book provides Edwards model for polymer blends, external potential(EP) and self-consistent field(SCF) and fluctuations. The book also explains dynamics, extensions and applications. The book also presents the trends in polymer and biopolymer science including chemistry, physical chemistry, physics and materials science. This book can be used by scientists at universities and in industry in the field of material sciences.

11. “Computer Simulation Of Liquids” by M P Allen and D J Tildesley

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Book Review: This book provides introduction to liquid computer simulation and is of great use to undergraduates and specialists dealing with computer simulation of liquids. The book also includes discussion on simulation methods of molecular dynamics, Monte carlo techniques and minimizes the programming errors. The book contains many examples on practical programming and theoretical concepts in Fortran language. The book also contains many routines on microfiche that assist chemists, physicists, chemical engineers, computer scientists and many more.

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