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E-shots Web-exclusive: Complex materials analysis aid

If you need help understanding the connection between the abstract model of an engineering material and its real-world behavior (characterization), you may find help in the conference proceedings from the Third International Conference on Computational Methods in Materials Characterisation, held June 13-15 in Bologna, Italy. Available for $290 from Computational Mechanics Inc. in North America (www.compmech.com), the book containing the proceedings, called Computational Methods and Experiments in Materials Characterisation III, addresses increasingly complex materials technology and how to analyze it.

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