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 Recent developments in biology and nanotechnology have stimulated a rapidly growing interest in the mechanics of thin, flexible ribbons and Mobius bands. This edited volume contains English translations of four seminal papers on this topic, all originally written in German; of these, Michael A. Sadowsky published the first in 1929, followed by two others in 1930, and Walter Wunderlich published the last in 1962. The volume also contains invited, peerreviewed, original research articles on related topics. Previously published in the Journal of Elasticity, Volume 119, Issue 12, 2015
 Recent developments in biology and nanotechnology have stimulated a rapidly growing interest in the mechanics of thin, flexible ribbons and Mobius bands. This edited volume contains English translations of four seminal papers on this topic, all originally written in German; of these, Michael A. Sadowsky published the first in 1929, followed by two others in 1930, and Walter Wunderlich published the last in 1962. The volume also contains invited, peerreviewed, original research articles on related topics. Previously published in the Journal of Elasticity, Volume 119, Issue 12, 2015
 Recent developments in biology and nanotechnology have stimulated a rapidly growing interest in the mechanics of thin, flexible ribbons and Mobius bands. This edited volume contains English translations of four seminal papers on this topic, all originally written in German; of these, Michael A. Sadowsky published the first in 1929, followed by two others in 1930, and Walter Wunderlich published the last in 1962. The volume also contains invited, peerreviewed, original research articles on related topics. Previously published in the Journal of Elasticity, Volume 119, Issue 12, 2015
 Language
 eng
 Edition
 1st ed. 2016.
 Contents

 Foreword  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2An Elementary Proof for the Existence of a Developable Möbius Band and the Attribution of the Geometric Problem to a Variational Problem  Translation and Interpretation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2Theory of Elastically Bendable Inextensible Bands with Applications to Möbius Band3  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2The Differential Equations of the Möbius Band3  Translation of W. Wunderlich?s 2On a Developable Möbius Band  GammaLimit of a Model for the Elastic Energy of an Inextensible Ribbon  2Wunderlich, Meet Kirchhoff3: A General and Unified Description of Elastic Ribbons and Thin Rods  Equilibrium Shapes with Stress Localisation for Inextensible Elastic Möbius and Other Strips  Bending Paper and the Möbius Strip  Roadmap to the Morphological Instabilities of a Stretched Twisted Ribbon  The Shrinking Figure Eight and Other Solitons for the Curve Diffusion Flow  Kinematical Aspects of LeviCivita Transport of Vectors and Tensors Along a Surface Curve  NonEuclidean Ribbons  The SecondOrder L 2 Flow of Inextensible Elastic Curves with Hinged Ends in the Plane  Buckling of Naturally Curved Elastic Strips: The Ribbon Model Makes a Difference  Residual Stresses and Poisson?s Effect Drive Shape Formation and Transition of Helical Structures  Representation for a Smooth Isometric Mapping from a Connected Planar Domain to a Surface
 Foreword  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2An Elementary Proof for the Existence of a Developable Möbius Band and the Attribution of the Geometric Problem to a Variational Problem  Translation and Interpretation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2Theory of Elastically Bendable Inextensible Bands with Applications to Möbius Band3  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2The Differential Equations of the Möbius Band3  Translation of W. Wunderlich?s 2On a Developable Möbius Band  GammaLimit of a Model for the Elastic Energy of an Inextensible Ribbon  2Wunderlich, Meet Kirchhoff3: A General and Unified Description of Elastic Ribbons and Thin Rods  Equilibrium Shapes with Stress Localisation for Inextensible Elastic Möbius and Other Strips  Bending Paper and the Möbius Strip  Roadmap to the Morphological Instabilities of a Stretched Twisted Ribbon  The Shrinking Figure Eight and Other Solitons for the Curve Diffusion Flow  Kinematical Aspects of LeviCivita Transport of Vectors and Tensors Along a Surface Curve  NonEuclidean Ribbons  The SecondOrder L 2 Flow of Inextensible Elastic Curves with Hinged Ends in the Plane  Buckling of Naturally Curved Elastic Strips: The Ribbon Model Makes a Difference  Residual Stresses and Poisson?s Effect Drive Shape Formation and Transition of Helical Structures  Representation for a Smooth Isometric Mapping from a Connected Planar Domain to a Surface
 Foreword  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2An Elementary Proof for the Existence of a Developable Möbius Band and the Attribution of the Geometric Problem to a Variational Problem  Translation and Interpretation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2Theory of Elastically Bendable Inextensible Bands with Applications to Möbius Band3  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2The Differential Equations of the Möbius Band3  Translation of W. Wunderlich?s 2On a Developable Möbius Band  GammaLimit of a Model for the Elastic Energy of an Inextensible Ribbon  2Wunderlich, Meet Kirchhoff3: A General and Unified Description of Elastic Ribbons and Thin Rods  Equilibrium Shapes with Stress Localisation for Inextensible Elastic Möbius and Other Strips  Bending Paper and the Möbius Strip  Roadmap to the Morphological Instabilities of a Stretched Twisted Ribbon  The Shrinking Figure Eight and Other Solitons for the Curve Diffusion Flow  Kinematical Aspects of LeviCivita Transport of Vectors and Tensors Along a Surface Curve  NonEuclidean Ribbons  The SecondOrder L 2 Flow of Inextensible Elastic Curves with Hinged Ends in the Plane  Buckling of Naturally Curved Elastic Strips: The Ribbon Model Makes a Difference  Residual Stresses and Poisson?s Effect Drive Shape Formation and Transition of Helical Structures  Representation for a Smooth Isometric Mapping from a Connected Planar Domain to a Surface
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 9789401773003
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 The Mechanics of Ribbons and Möbius Bands
 Title
 The Mechanics of Ribbons and Möbius Bands
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 edited by Roger Fosdick, Eliot Fried
 Language
 eng
 Summary

 Recent developments in biology and nanotechnology have stimulated a rapidly growing interest in the mechanics of thin, flexible ribbons and Mobius bands. This edited volume contains English translations of four seminal papers on this topic, all originally written in German; of these, Michael A. Sadowsky published the first in 1929, followed by two others in 1930, and Walter Wunderlich published the last in 1962. The volume also contains invited, peerreviewed, original research articles on related topics. Previously published in the Journal of Elasticity, Volume 119, Issue 12, 2015
 Recent developments in biology and nanotechnology have stimulated a rapidly growing interest in the mechanics of thin, flexible ribbons and Mobius bands. This edited volume contains English translations of four seminal papers on this topic, all originally written in German; of these, Michael A. Sadowsky published the first in 1929, followed by two others in 1930, and Walter Wunderlich published the last in 1962. The volume also contains invited, peerreviewed, original research articles on related topics. Previously published in the Journal of Elasticity, Volume 119, Issue 12, 2015
 Recent developments in biology and nanotechnology have stimulated a rapidly growing interest in the mechanics of thin, flexible ribbons and Mobius bands. This edited volume contains English translations of four seminal papers on this topic, all originally written in German; of these, Michael A. Sadowsky published the first in 1929, followed by two others in 1930, and Walter Wunderlich published the last in 1962. The volume also contains invited, peerreviewed, original research articles on related topics. Previously published in the Journal of Elasticity, Volume 119, Issue 12, 2015
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 620.1
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 TA405409.3
 QA808.2
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 Fosdick, Roger
 Fried, Eliot
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 Engineering
 Computer science
 Materials
 Nanotechnology
 Engineering
 Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials
 Computational Science and Engineering
 Membranes
 Nanotechnology
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 The Mechanics of Ribbons and Möbius Bands, edited by Roger Fosdick, Eliot Fried, (electronic resource)
 Contents

 Foreword  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2An Elementary Proof for the Existence of a Developable Möbius Band and the Attribution of the Geometric Problem to a Variational Problem  Translation and Interpretation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2Theory of Elastically Bendable Inextensible Bands with Applications to Möbius Band3  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2The Differential Equations of the Möbius Band3  Translation of W. Wunderlich?s 2On a Developable Möbius Band  GammaLimit of a Model for the Elastic Energy of an Inextensible Ribbon  2Wunderlich, Meet Kirchhoff3: A General and Unified Description of Elastic Ribbons and Thin Rods  Equilibrium Shapes with Stress Localisation for Inextensible Elastic Möbius and Other Strips  Bending Paper and the Möbius Strip  Roadmap to the Morphological Instabilities of a Stretched Twisted Ribbon  The Shrinking Figure Eight and Other Solitons for the Curve Diffusion Flow  Kinematical Aspects of LeviCivita Transport of Vectors and Tensors Along a Surface Curve  NonEuclidean Ribbons  The SecondOrder L 2 Flow of Inextensible Elastic Curves with Hinged Ends in the Plane  Buckling of Naturally Curved Elastic Strips: The Ribbon Model Makes a Difference  Residual Stresses and Poisson?s Effect Drive Shape Formation and Transition of Helical Structures  Representation for a Smooth Isometric Mapping from a Connected Planar Domain to a Surface
 Foreword  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2An Elementary Proof for the Existence of a Developable Möbius Band and the Attribution of the Geometric Problem to a Variational Problem  Translation and Interpretation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2Theory of Elastically Bendable Inextensible Bands with Applications to Möbius Band3  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2The Differential Equations of the Möbius Band3  Translation of W. Wunderlich?s 2On a Developable Möbius Band  GammaLimit of a Model for the Elastic Energy of an Inextensible Ribbon  2Wunderlich, Meet Kirchhoff3: A General and Unified Description of Elastic Ribbons and Thin Rods  Equilibrium Shapes with Stress Localisation for Inextensible Elastic Möbius and Other Strips  Bending Paper and the Möbius Strip  Roadmap to the Morphological Instabilities of a Stretched Twisted Ribbon  The Shrinking Figure Eight and Other Solitons for the Curve Diffusion Flow  Kinematical Aspects of LeviCivita Transport of Vectors and Tensors Along a Surface Curve  NonEuclidean Ribbons  The SecondOrder L 2 Flow of Inextensible Elastic Curves with Hinged Ends in the Plane  Buckling of Naturally Curved Elastic Strips: The Ribbon Model Makes a Difference  Residual Stresses and Poisson?s Effect Drive Shape Formation and Transition of Helical Structures  Representation for a Smooth Isometric Mapping from a Connected Planar Domain to a Surface
 Foreword  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2An Elementary Proof for the Existence of a Developable Möbius Band and the Attribution of the Geometric Problem to a Variational Problem  Translation and Interpretation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2Theory of Elastically Bendable Inextensible Bands with Applications to Möbius Band3  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2The Differential Equations of the Möbius Band3  Translation of W. Wunderlich?s 2On a Developable Möbius Band  GammaLimit of a Model for the Elastic Energy of an Inextensible Ribbon  2Wunderlich, Meet Kirchhoff3: A General and Unified Description of Elastic Ribbons and Thin Rods  Equilibrium Shapes with Stress Localisation for Inextensible Elastic Möbius and Other Strips  Bending Paper and the Möbius Strip  Roadmap to the Morphological Instabilities of a Stretched Twisted Ribbon  The Shrinking Figure Eight and Other Solitons for the Curve Diffusion Flow  Kinematical Aspects of LeviCivita Transport of Vectors and Tensors Along a Surface Curve  NonEuclidean Ribbons  The SecondOrder L 2 Flow of Inextensible Elastic Curves with Hinged Ends in the Plane  Buckling of Naturally Curved Elastic Strips: The Ribbon Model Makes a Difference  Residual Stresses and Poisson?s Effect Drive Shape Formation and Transition of Helical Structures  Representation for a Smooth Isometric Mapping from a Connected Planar Domain to a Surface
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 OCM1bookssj0001546566
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 1st ed. 2016.
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 9789401773003
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 10.1007/9789401773003
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 The Mechanics of Ribbons and Möbius Bands, edited by Roger Fosdick, Eliot Fried, (electronic resource)
 Contents

 Foreword  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2An Elementary Proof for the Existence of a Developable Möbius Band and the Attribution of the Geometric Problem to a Variational Problem  Translation and Interpretation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2Theory of Elastically Bendable Inextensible Bands with Applications to Möbius Band3  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2The Differential Equations of the Möbius Band3  Translation of W. Wunderlich?s 2On a Developable Möbius Band  GammaLimit of a Model for the Elastic Energy of an Inextensible Ribbon  2Wunderlich, Meet Kirchhoff3: A General and Unified Description of Elastic Ribbons and Thin Rods  Equilibrium Shapes with Stress Localisation for Inextensible Elastic Möbius and Other Strips  Bending Paper and the Möbius Strip  Roadmap to the Morphological Instabilities of a Stretched Twisted Ribbon  The Shrinking Figure Eight and Other Solitons for the Curve Diffusion Flow  Kinematical Aspects of LeviCivita Transport of Vectors and Tensors Along a Surface Curve  NonEuclidean Ribbons  The SecondOrder L 2 Flow of Inextensible Elastic Curves with Hinged Ends in the Plane  Buckling of Naturally Curved Elastic Strips: The Ribbon Model Makes a Difference  Residual Stresses and Poisson?s Effect Drive Shape Formation and Transition of Helical Structures  Representation for a Smooth Isometric Mapping from a Connected Planar Domain to a Surface
 Foreword  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2An Elementary Proof for the Existence of a Developable Möbius Band and the Attribution of the Geometric Problem to a Variational Problem  Translation and Interpretation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2Theory of Elastically Bendable Inextensible Bands with Applications to Möbius Band3  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2The Differential Equations of the Möbius Band3  Translation of W. Wunderlich?s 2On a Developable Möbius Band  GammaLimit of a Model for the Elastic Energy of an Inextensible Ribbon  2Wunderlich, Meet Kirchhoff3: A General and Unified Description of Elastic Ribbons and Thin Rods  Equilibrium Shapes with Stress Localisation for Inextensible Elastic Möbius and Other Strips  Bending Paper and the Möbius Strip  Roadmap to the Morphological Instabilities of a Stretched Twisted Ribbon  The Shrinking Figure Eight and Other Solitons for the Curve Diffusion Flow  Kinematical Aspects of LeviCivita Transport of Vectors and Tensors Along a Surface Curve  NonEuclidean Ribbons  The SecondOrder L 2 Flow of Inextensible Elastic Curves with Hinged Ends in the Plane  Buckling of Naturally Curved Elastic Strips: The Ribbon Model Makes a Difference  Residual Stresses and Poisson?s Effect Drive Shape Formation and Transition of Helical Structures  Representation for a Smooth Isometric Mapping from a Connected Planar Domain to a Surface
 Foreword  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2An Elementary Proof for the Existence of a Developable Möbius Band and the Attribution of the Geometric Problem to a Variational Problem  Translation and Interpretation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2Theory of Elastically Bendable Inextensible Bands with Applications to Möbius Band3  Translation of Michael Sadowsky?s Paper 2The Differential Equations of the Möbius Band3  Translation of W. Wunderlich?s 2On a Developable Möbius Band  GammaLimit of a Model for the Elastic Energy of an Inextensible Ribbon  2Wunderlich, Meet Kirchhoff3: A General and Unified Description of Elastic Ribbons and Thin Rods  Equilibrium Shapes with Stress Localisation for Inextensible Elastic Möbius and Other Strips  Bending Paper and the Möbius Strip  Roadmap to the Morphological Instabilities of a Stretched Twisted Ribbon  The Shrinking Figure Eight and Other Solitons for the Curve Diffusion Flow  Kinematical Aspects of LeviCivita Transport of Vectors and Tensors Along a Surface Curve  NonEuclidean Ribbons  The SecondOrder L 2 Flow of Inextensible Elastic Curves with Hinged Ends in the Plane  Buckling of Naturally Curved Elastic Strips: The Ribbon Model Makes a Difference  Residual Stresses and Poisson?s Effect Drive Shape Formation and Transition of Helical Structures  Representation for a Smooth Isometric Mapping from a Connected Planar Domain to a Surface
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 OCM1bookssj0001546566
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 unknown
 Edition
 1st ed. 2016.
 Isbn
 9789401773003
 Other control number
 10.1007/9789401773003
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