Computational Materials Design
Computational Materials Design consists of ten chapters outlining a wide range of materials design technologies from first-principle calculations to continuum mechanics, with successful applications to materials design and development. Each theory is explained from the point of view of a relevant technology. Thus the reader can understand the outline of each theory and the effectiveness of computational approaches in terms of materials phenomena as well as materials design and development.
This book outlines a wide range of materials design technologies from first principle calculations to continuum mechanics with successful applications of them to materials design and development, while in previous publications, each theory has not been written in view of a basic technology for materials design and development.