The starred publications are in Peer-reviewed Congress Proceedings, the others are in Peer-Reviewed Journals

[122] F. dell’Isola and D. Steigmann “A two-dimensional gradient-elasticity theory for woven fabrics”, Journal of Elasticity, vol. 118 (1), 2015, pp. 113-125. Download Pdf

[123] A. Madeo, M. Ferretti, F. dell’Isola and P. Boisse “Thick fibrous composite reinforcements behave as special second-gradient materials: three-point bending of 3D interlocks”, Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Physik, vol. 66 (4), 2015, pp. 2041-2060. Download Pdf

[124] A. Carcaterra, F. dell’Isola, R. Esposito and M. Pulvirenti “Macroscopic description of microscopically strongly inhomogenous systems: A mathematical basis for the synthesis of higher gradients metamaterials”, Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis, vol. 218 (3), 2015, pp. 1239-1262. Download Pdf

[125] F. dell’Isola, T. Lekszycki, M. Pawlikowski, R. Grygoruk and L. Greco “Designing a light fabric metamaterial being highly macroscopically tough under directional extension: first experimental evidence”, Zeitschrift fur angewandte Mathematik und Physik ZAMP vol. 66 (6), 2015, pp. 3473-3498. Download Pdf

[126] D.J. Steigmann and F. dell’Isola “Mechanical response of fabric sheets to three-dimensional bending, twisting, and stretching”, Acta Mechanica Sinica, vol. 31 (3), 2015, pp. 373-382. Download Pdf

[127] I. Giorgio, R. Grygoruk, F. dell’Isola and D.J. Steigmann “Pattern formation in the three-dimensional deformations of fibered sheets”, Mechanics Research Communications, vol. 69, 2015, pp. 164–171. Download Pdf

[128] F. dell’Isola, U. Andreaus and L. Placidi “At the origins and in the vanguard of peridynamics, non-local and higher gradient continuum mechanics. An underestimated and still topical contribution of Gabrio Piola”, Mechanics and Mathematics of Solids (MMS), vol. 20 (8), 2015, pp. 887-928. (Published online before print February 2, 2014). Download Pdf

[129] N. Auffray, F. dell’Isola, V. Eremeyev, A. Madeo and G. Rosi “Analytical continuum mechanics à la Hamilton-Piola: least action principle for second gradient continua and capillary fluids”, Mechanics and Mathematics of Solids (MMS), vol. 20 (4), 2015, pp. 375-417. (Published online before print August 28, 2013).Download Pdf

[130] F. dell’Isola “Models to detect scientific creativity: Why something simpler than Fréchet Metric Manifolds?”, Mechanics and Mathematics of Solids (MMS), vol. 20 (9), 2015, pp. 1146-1149. Download Pdf

[131] Y. Rahali, I. Giorgio, J.F. Ganghoffer and F. dell’Isola “Homogenization à la Piola produces second gradient continuum models for linear pantographic lattices”, International Journal of Engineering Science, vol. 97, 2015, pp. 148-172. Download Pdf

[132] F. dell’Isola, P. Seppecher and A. Della Corte “The postulations á la D’Alembert and á la Cauchy for higher gradient continuum theories are equivalent: a review of existing results”, Proceedings of The Royal Society A, vol. 471 (2183), 2015, 25 pages. Download Pdf

[133] F. dell’Isola, I. Giorgio and U. Andreaus “Elastic pantographic 2D lattices: a numerical analysis on the static response and wave propagation”, Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences, vol. 64 (3), 2015, pp. 219-225. Download Pdf