FEDERAL AGENCY FOR SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZATIONS
FEDERAL STATE BUDGETARY SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION
MECHANICS, RESOURCE AND DIAGNOSTICS OF MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES
Conference schedule (pdf)
SECTION 1. Mechanics of damage and fracture
SECTION 2. Structural aspects of deformation and fracture
SECTION 3. Testing and diagnostics of materials and structures
SECTION 4. Materials with a multilevel hierarchical structure
SECTION 5. Modeling of materials with a multilevel hierarchical structure
Scientific foundations for the development of materials with a
multilevel hierarchic structure, including those designed for
extreme operation conditions:
· Instability and localization of deformation and fracture in hierarchically structured materials.
· Methods and devices for nondestructive testing of hierarchically structured materials and structures, including welded joints.
· Mechanics of damage and fracture.
· Material models.
· Applied issues of the strength theory.
· Strength, durability and crack resistance.
· Plasticity, strain resistance.
· Physical-mechanical properties under extreme operation conditions.
· Relations among the structure, mechanical and physical properties of materials.
· Fracture and wear under contact interaction.
· Increase in the mechanical properties and structural strength of materials.
· Creation of materials with a prescribed structure.
· Production and processing of functional materials.
· Methods and devices for the diagnostics of physical-mechanical properties.
· Physical methods and devices for nondestructive testing.
· Experimental mechanics.
· Material processability and fracture in technological processes.
· Evaluation and prediction of material properties degradation in operation.
· Material damage in structures.
· Simulation and evaluation of reliability and survivability of technical objects.
· Life testing of materials and structures.
· Fracture examination.
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