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Stewart I.W. — The Static and Dynamic Continuum Theory of Liquid Crystals: A Mathematical Introduction
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Название: The Static and Dynamic Continuum Theory of Liquid Crystals: A Mathematical Introduction

Автор: Stewart I.W.

Аннотация:

Stewart (Math, U. of Strathclyde, Glasgow) prepared this text for graduate students of applied mathematics, theoretical physics, and engineering. Introductory material sets the scene for later chapters which cover, in turn, the features and applications of the static theory and dynamic theory of nematics, including extensive derivations as a way to communicate to readers how to apply the results from continuum theory to practical problems. The final chapter, an introduction to the theory of smectic C liquid crystals, does not give as many detailed computations; as the author explains, "smectic liquid crystals have some uniquely different mathematical problems..." and detailed coverage is beyond the scope of this volume.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Математика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: 1st edition

Год издания: 2004

Количество страниц: 360

Добавлена в каталог: 20.09.2009

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Tables, material constants for SmC*      312
Tables, principal viscosities in nematics      158
Taylor instabilities, reference to      209
Taylor vortices, reference to      209
TBBA      284 290
Tensor product      11
TFT      101
Thermotropic liquid crystals      2
Tilt and twist solution      63
Tilt solution      62
Tilted fields      85
TN      see twisted nematic device
torque      208
Torque stress      37
Torque, total surface      174 206
Torsion      175
Torsion coefficient      157 158
Torsion wire      171
Total surface torque      174 206
Trace      10
Transition layer      71
Transition temperatures for nematics      see Table D.3
Transport theorem      324
Transverse flow      167 170 191
Transverse flow component      170
Twist      15 16 21
Twist disclinations      see disclinations perpendicular
Twist geometry      77
Twist solution      43 45 62
Twist viscosity      see rotational viscosity
Twist, measurement of      78
Twisted nematic device      60 67 102 101-109
Twisted nematic device, backflow and kickback      234
Twisted nematic device, critical field strength      105
Twisted nematic device, critical voltage      107
Twisted nematic device, early patents for      108
Twisted nematic device, electric field effects      109
Twisted nematic device, Freedericksz transition      106 107
Twisted nematic device, off state      102 108
Twisted nematic device, on state      102 109
Twisted nematic device, operation of      108-109
Twisted nematic device, surface pretilt      109
Twisted nematic device, switch-off time      223
Twisted nematic device, switch-on time      223
Twisted nematic display      see twisted nematic device
Ultrasound, references to      246
Uniaxial      3
UNITS      31
Units, conversion      329
Variable volume      34 35
Variations      34 91
Variations, Lagrange form      34
Variations, non-contemporaneous      34
Vector potential      266
Vector product      11
Velocity      134 135
Virtual work, principle of      33 35 259
Viscous dissipation      140 143 292 293
Viscous stress in nematics      142 145
Viscous stress in SmC      247 294
Viscous stress in SmC${}_{M}$      296
Viscous stress in SmC*      247 312
Voltage      89 90 221
Vorl$\ddot{a}$nder, D.      2
Vorticity tensor      135 151 293 326
Watt      33
wave number      289
Wave vector      24 236
Wavelength      289
Wavelength of light      71 318
Weak anchoring      49-50 55-56 95
Weak anchoring effects      95-100
Weak anchoring, 5CB      50
Weak anchoring, boundary condition      50 55
Weak anchoring, energy density      49
Weak anchoring, simplification      55-56
Weak Freedericksz threshold      98
Weak Freedericksz transition      95-100
Wedge disclinations      see disclinations axial
Williams domains      188
ZLI-3234      301
ZLI-3488      301
ZLI-3489      301
Zocher, H.      7
Zwetkoff experiment      170-176
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