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Critical analysis of Maxwell homogenization schemes

Paper: Buryachenko V. (2022) Critical analysis of generalized Maxwell homogenization schemes and related prospective problems. Mechanics of Materials. 165, 104181(123 refs). https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii /S0167663621003926

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New book: Local and Nonlocal Micromechanics of Heterogeneous Materials

A new book is published:  Buryachenko V. A. (2022) Local and Nonlocal Micromechanics of Heterogeneous Materials. Springer, NY (1,011 pages and 1,711 references, see https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-81784-8).  Table of contents is attached. Enjoy reading this book

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Nonlocal Micromechanics of Composites of both Random and Periodic Structures (Background, Opportunities and Prospects)

An extended abstract dedicated to nonlocal (in the sense of either Eringen or Silling) micromechanics is attached. It can’t be considered as a review in any sense. It is just a personal vision on a new area of micromechanics, in particularly based on the author’s publications (references on hundreds related papers can be found in the referred publications). The style of the abstract is plausible rather than rigorous that willfully used by the author just for initiation of discussions in the new prospective area of micromechanics.

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New Background of Micromechanics

Dear Colleagues,

One proposes a new background of micromechanics defining a new field of micromechanics called computational analytical micromechanics (CAM, see the abstract attached). It offers opportunities for a fundamental jump in multi-scale and multi-physics modeling of random heterogeneous media with drastically improved accuracy of local field estimations.  I would be happy if you pay your attention to CAM.

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Welcome to new background of micromechanics

Dear Colleagues,

 I am please to let you know about the birth of a new background of micromechanics defining a new field of micromechanics called computational analytical micromechanics (CAM). It offers opportunities for a fundamental jump in multiscale research (see the abstract attached, where avalable electronic publications are indicated and encouraged for reading). However, these opportunities can be realized only in the case of joint efforts of both computational micromechanic's society and the analyticalone. I would be happy if CAM piques your attention.

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