Special Issue "Experimental Mechanics of Micro-Nano Scale Spectroscopy"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 November 2022) | Viewed by 2891
Interests: Raman-mechanical theory; micro-nano experimental mechanics; mechanics of nanomaterials and structures; optical mechanics; semiconductor material; microscopic Raman spectroscopy; interfacial mechanical property; thermal barrier coating; fluorescence spectrum
The experimental investigation on mechanical behavior around various new materials and structures is a hot field in materials science and engineering, which requires the continuous development of new methods and technologies of experimental mechanics. In recent years, micro and nano spectral technologies, such as micro-Raman spectroscopy and micro fluorescence spectroscopy, have seen many influential achievements in frontier applications of mechanical studies. A new sub-branch of experimental mechanics is forming, namely, spectral experimental mechanics. This Special Issue intends to gather the recent results of spectral technologies in the methodological research of experimental mechanics and the frontier field of mechanics at the micro and nano scale. We look forward to contributions including, but not limited to, the following fields.
- Experimental theory of spectral–mechanical characterization;
- New methods or techniques of mechanical measurement using spectroscopy;
- New development of spectral instruments for the experimental study of mechanics;
- Application of spectral analysis on the mechanical behaviors of advanced materials, such as:
- Measurement of multi-scale mechanical parameters of micro and nano materials;
- Interfacial behaviors of graphene, transition metal sulfide, phosphorene, and other two-dimensional materials and their heterostructures;
- Strain engineering of new-generation semiconductor structures;
- Phenomena of mechanical–electrochemical coupling of new energy structures;
- Internal damage of advanced composites and coating structures.
Prof. Dr. Wei Qiu
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- experimental mechanics
- micro–nano scale