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Selected Problems of Contemporary Thermomechanics

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Selected Problems of Contemporary Thermomechanics
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9781789237634
Number of pages: 64

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Thermomechanics is a scientific discipline which investigates the behavior of bodies under the action forces and heat input. Thermomechanical phenomena commonly occur in the human environment, from the action of solar radiation to the technological processes. The analysis of these phenomena often requires extensive interdisciplinary knowledge and the application of advanced mathematical apparatus.

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