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Atomistic Modeling of Materials Failure by M. J. Buehler

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This book is an introduction to molecular and atomistic modeling techniques applied to solid deformation and fracture.  Focusing on various brittle, ductile and geometrically confined materials, this book includes computational methods at the atomistic scale, and describes how these techniques can be used to model the dynamics of crack, dislocations and other deformation mechanisms.

I like this book a lot because it covers a variety of research fields which include material science, computer science and bioengineering, as well as providing a comprehensive and up-to-date review on the development of the molecular dyanamics simulation, with a focus on the application of fracture mechanics.

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