Material microstructure is intrinsically a multiscale phenomenon, and the interaction among different scales can be either concurrent or hierarchical. In microscale, different materials present significant differences in electron structure of atoms as shown by the periodic table of chemical elements.
For meso-scale material systems, also they are controlled by the atomic and microstructures, the clusters of these structures, however, have different morphology and interatomic interactions. The objectives of multi-scale analysis serve to develop various effective methods, which can be carried out to establish intrinsic relationships physically among different scales, aiming at exploring new approaches for designing materials or structures to satisfy specific and challenge requirements.
We are interested in but not limited with those contributions on atomistic and multiscale modeling and simulations in various nano-materials and their applications, crystalline and metallic materials, energy materials, amorphous and ceramic materials, polymeric materials, biological and tissue materials, functional graded materials, smart materials, and various composite materials including civil engineering construction materials, etc.
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Summary This text offers a unique interdisciplinary approach to multiscale biomaterial modeling aimed at both accessible introductory and advanced levels. It presents a breadth of computational approaches for modeling biological materials across multiple length scales molecular to whole-tissue scale , including solid and fluid based approaches. Contributors to this volume are some of the most active researchers in multiscale simulations in the world, making this an authoritative reference for academia and industry. Bibliographic information. Publication date Note 6.