Posted by **tanas.olesya** at July 21, 2015

English | Sep 24, 1999 | ISBN: 3764361263 | 169 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

This book introduces several remarkable new probabilistic objects that combine spatial motion with a continuous branching phenomenon and are closely related to certain semilinear partial differential equations (PDE).

Posted by **interes** at Dec. 7, 2014

English | 2013-02-06 | ISBN: 3642333044 | PDF | 460 pages | 5,8 MB

Posted by **roxul** at Aug. 20, 2014

English | ISBN: 146650532X | 2014 | 300 pages | PDF | 10 MB

Posted by **nebulae** at Oct. 21, 2013

English | ISBN: 146650532X | 2014 | 300 pages | PDF | 10 MB

Posted by **denisbul** at Dec. 4, 2010

by Paul Steinmann, Gerard A. Maugin

Springer | 2005 | ISBN: 0387262601 | Pages: 337 | PDF | Size: 12,1 MB

This book covers new theoretical and numerical developments in the mechanics of material forces. Conceptually speaking, common continuum mechanics in the sense of Newton – which gives rise to the notion of spatial (mechanical) forces – considers the response to variations of spatial placements of "physical particles” with respect to the ambient space, whereas continuum mechanics in the sense of Eshelby – which gives rise to the notion of material (configurational) forces – is concerned with the response to variations of material placements of "physical particles” with respect to the ambient material. Well-known examples of material forces are driving forces on defects like the Peach-Koehler force, the J-Integral in fracture mechanics, and energy release. The consideration of material forces goes back to the works of Eshelby, who investigated forces on defects; therefore this area of continuum mechanics is sometimes denoted Eshelbian mechanics.

Posted by **denisbul** at Nov. 23, 2010

by Paul Steinmann, Gérard A. Maugin

Springer | 2005 | ISBN: 0387262601 | Pages: 337 | PDF | Size: 12,1 MB

This book covers new theoretical and numerical developments in the mechanics of material forces. Conceptually speaking, common continuum mechanics in the sense of Newton – which gives rise to the notion of spatial (mechanical) forces – considers the response to variations of spatial placements of "physical particles” with respect to the ambient space, whereas continuum mechanics in the sense of Eshelby – which gives rise to the notion of material (configurational) forces – is concerned with the response to variations of material placements of "physical particles” with respect to the ambient material. Well-known examples of material forces are driving forces on defects like the Peach-Koehler force, the J-Integral in fracture mechanics, and energy release. The consideration of material forces goes back to the works of Eshelby, who investigated forces on defects; therefore this area of continuum mechanics is sometimes denoted Eshelbian mechanics.

Posted by **roxul** at Dec. 7, 2016

English | 2014 | ISBN: 1616140917 | 426 pages | EPUB | 2,2 MB

Posted by **hill0** at Dec. 6, 2016

English | 16 Dec. 2016 | ISBN: 3319449494 | 404 Pages | PDF | 6.63 MB

Many in the mathematics community in the U.S. are involved in mathematics education in various capacities.

Posted by **Grev27** at Dec. 6, 2016

English | ISBN: 0321733398 | 2012 | PDF | 600 pages | 42 MB

Posted by **arundhati** at Dec. 6, 2016

2016 | ISBN-10: 3319409751 | 394 pages | PDF | 5 MB