Erland M. Schulson: Books and Chapters in Books
1. "Creep and Fracture of Ice", Erland M. Schulson and Paul Duval (2009), Cambridge University Press.
Chapters in Books
* indicates invited
10.* "Ice: Mechanical Properties", Erland M. Schulson, in "Reference Module in Materials Science and Materials Engineering", Elsevier (2016), doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-803581-8.08.02837-x.
9.* "Fracture of Ice and other Coulombic Materials", Erland M. Schulson, in Mechanics of Natural Solids, eds. D. Kolymbas and G. Viggiani, Springer (2009), doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-03578-4-8, p177-202.
8.* "Frictional Sliding of Cold Ice: A Fundamental Process Underlying Tectonic Activity with Icy Satellites", Erland. M. Schulson, in The Science of Solar System Ices, eds. M. Gudipati, R. Pappalardo and J. Castillo, Springer, Science in Business Media, New York (2012), pp 169-179.
7.* "Brittle Failure of Ice", E.M. Schulson, in Plastic Deformation of Minerals and Rocks, ed. by S. Karato and H.R. Wenk, Mineral. Soc. Amer., Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry, vol. 51, (2002), 201-252.
6.* "Ice: Mechanical Properties", E.M. Schulson, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, Elsevier Science Ltd. (2001), 4006-4018.
5.* "Fracture of Ice on Scales Large and Small", E.M. Schulson, in Scaling Laws in Ice Mechanics and Dynamics, ed. by J.P. Dempsey and H.H. Shen, Kluwer Acad. Publ. (2001), 161-170.
4.* "The Brittle to Ductile Transition and the Transmission of Slip Across Grain Boundaries in L12 Intermetallic Compounds", E.M. Schulson in Ordered Intermetallics - Physical Metallurgy and Mechanical Behavior, ed. by C.T. Liu, R.W. Cahn and G. Southoff, NATO-ASI Series, Kluwer Acad. Publ. (1992) 371-390.
3.* "The Tensile and Compressive Fracture of Ice", E.M. Schulson, in Ice-Structures Interaction, St. Johns, Canada, ed. by S. Jones et al., Springer-Verlag (1991), 165-187.
2.* "Fracture and Toughening of Intermetallic Compounds", E.M. Schulson, contributed chapter to Physical Metallurgy and Processing of Intermetallic Compounds, by V.K. Sikka and N.S. Stoloff, Chapman Hall (1996), 56-94.
1.* "Zr3Al: A Potential Nuclear Reactor Structural Material", E.M. Schulson, contributed chapter to Intermetallic Compounds: Principles and Practice, by J.H. Westbrook and R.L. Fleischer, John Wiley & Sons Ltd. (1994), 133-146.