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Dear trisha

Fri, 2016-09-30 23:45

In reply to PhD positions available in computational solid mechanics, materials modeling area in Michigan Technological University

I have a question. Is this changable to postdoc position?

I have Phd in mechanical Eng. and intersted in this situation.

You may find my resume and more information about me and my expriences through this email:

s_ali_ef@yahoo.com

Sincerely

Best regards

Ok. Then you may try using

Fri, 2016-09-30 00:09

In reply to Thanks for your answer.

Ok. Then you may try using another subroutine (like SDVINI) which shall give you the element number NOEL. You can pass this number to a State Variable STATEV and then retrieve it in the HETVAL subroutine. 

Thanks for your answer.

Thu, 2016-09-29 04:44

In reply to GETNODETOELEMCONN

Thanks for your answer.

Unfortunately I'm not able to use this utility routine in HETVAL since it requires NODE, NELEMS, JELEMLIST, JELEMTYPE, JRCD, JGVBLOCK and in HETVAL these variables are not available.

 

Regards

Congratulations

Thu, 2016-09-29 03:56

In reply to Compatible-Strain Mixed Finite Element Methods for 2D Compressible Nonlinear Elasticity

Dear Arash,

Congratulations for your excellent work.

Mohsen

Great oppurtunity

Wed, 2016-09-28 23:22

In reply to PhD position at KULeuven

Having received my PhD working in Leuven with the same group, I can vouch that this is a great oppurtunity. Highly reccomended for motivated young researchers looking for a PhD in composite materials.

GETNODETOELEMCONN

Wed, 2016-09-28 15:27

In reply to How to know the element number within an hetval subroutine

You may use utility routine GETNODETOELEMCONN

 

Regards

Applications are invited for

Mon, 2016-09-26 08:49

In reply to Postdoc position in experimental biomechanics of the optic nerve head

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral candidate starting as soon as possible to study the mechanical behavior of the lamina cribrosa, the connective tissue of the optic nerve head. The lamina cribrosa forms a part of the eye-wall in the optic nerve head.  It serves to mechanically support the axons of the retinal ganglion cells as they exit the eye, and the blood vessels entering and exiting the optic nerve head. In glaucoma, a progressive blinding disease, the axons of the retinal ganglion cells are damaged at the lamina cribrosa and the connective tissue itself undergoes dramatic remodeling. The objective of this project is to measure the strain field in  the lamina cribrosa in response to pressure. My lab has developed a method that uses inflation testing, second harmonic generation imaging and digital volume correlation to acquire 3D volume images of the lamina cribrosa and analyze for strains.  The project is collaborative and interdisciplinary, and the postdoctoral scholar will interact regularly ophthalmologists. Additional duties include communicating research findings in collaborative meetings, reports, journal publications, and conferences. 

 

 

Qualifications: 

The candidate is required to have a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering or Biomedical Engineering. Experience in biomechanics is desired. 

 

Contact:

Prof. T. D. (Vicky) Nguyen 

The Johns Hopkins University

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Email: vicky.nguyen@jhu.edu

 

To apply, please e-mail a complete curriculum vitae, a representative publication, and the names and addresses of two references to the above contact. Please specifically put in the subject line: "Postdoc application for experimental biomechanics". Review of applications will begin immediately and proceed until the position is filled.  

 

 

Applications are invited for

Mon, 2016-09-26 08:37

In reply to Postdoc position in experimental biomechanics of the optic nerve head

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral candidate starting as soon as possible to study the mechanical behavior of the lamina cribrosa, the connective tissue of the optic nerve head. The lamina cribrosa forms a part of the eye-wall in the optic nerve head.  It serves to mechanically support the axons of the retinal ganglion cells as they exit the eye, and the blood vessels entering and exiting the optic nerve head. In glaucoma, a progressive blinding disease, the axons of the retinal ganglion cells are damaged at the lamina cribrosa and the connective tissue itself undergoes dramatic remodeling. The objective of this project is to measure the strain field in  the lamina cribrosa in response to pressure. My lab has developed a method that uses inflation testing, second harmonic generation imaging and digital volume correlation to acquire 3D volume images of the lamina cribrosa and analyze for strains.  The project is collaborative and interdisciplinary, and the postdoctoral scholar will interact regularly ophthalmologists. Additional duties include communicating research findings in collaborative meetings, reports, journal publications, and conferences. 

 

 

Qualifications: 

The candidate is required to have a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering or Biomedical Engineering. Experience in biomechanics is desired. 

 

Contact:

Prof. T. D. (Vicky) Nguyen 

The Johns Hopkins University

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Email: vicky.nguyen@jhu.edu

 

To apply, please e-mail a complete curriculum vitae, a representative publication, and the names and addresses of two references to the above contact. Please specifically put in the subject line: "Postdoc application for experimental biomechanics". Review of applications will begin immediately and proceed until the position is filled.  

 

Applications are invited for

Mon, 2016-09-26 08:37

In reply to Postdoc position in experimental biomechanics of the optic nerve head

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral candidate starting as soon as possible to study the mechanical behavior of the lamina cribrosa, the connective tissue of the optic nerve head. The lamina cribrosa forms a part of the eye-wall in the optic nerve head.  It serves to mechanically support the axons of the retinal ganglion cells as they exit the eye, and the blood vessels entering and exiting the optic nerve head. In glaucoma, a progressive blinding disease, the axons of the retinal ganglion cells are damaged at the lamina cribrosa and the connective tissue itself undergoes dramatic remodeling. The objective of this project is to measure the strain field in  the lamina cribrosa in response to pressure. My lab has developed a method that uses inflation testing, second harmonic generation imaging and digital volume correlation to acquire 3D volume images of the lamina cribrosa and analyze for strains.  The project is collaborative and interdisciplinary, and the postdoctoral scholar will interact regularly ophthalmologists. Additional duties include communicating research findings in collaborative meetings, reports, journal publications, and conferences. 

 

 

Qualifications: 

The candidate is required to have a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering or Biomedical Engineering. Experience in biomechanics is desired. 

 

Contact:

Prof. T. D. (Vicky) Nguyen 

The Johns Hopkins University

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Email: vicky.nguyen@jhu.edu

 

To apply, please e-mail a complete curriculum vitae, a representative publication, and the names and addresses of two references to the above contact. Please specifically put in the subject line: "Postdoc application for experimental biomechanics". Review of applications will begin immediately and proceed until the position is filled.  

 

PostDoc

Fri, 2016-09-23 09:03

In reply to Postdoctoral Position on Mesoscale Modeling Materials at the University of Connecticut

PosDoc position on Mesoscale Modeling Materials at the University of Conneticut

Thank you

Thu, 2016-09-22 08:40

In reply to Abaqus mailing list

Thank you

Abaqus mailing list

Thu, 2016-09-22 08:27

In reply to Does internal heat transfer attribute work with VUMAT subroutine?

Subscribe to and seek assistance from the
ABAQUS mailing list
https://groups.yahoo.com/group/ABAQUS

Search the archive before posting.

For an intro to subroutines get the file
http://imechanica.org/files/Writing User Subroutines with ABAQUS.pdf

Good luck

Frank

Application for the postdoctoral fellow position

Thu, 2016-09-22 06:57

In reply to Postdoctoral Fellow Position, Mechanics of Materials, University of New South Wales, Australia

Dear Prof. Dr. J. Kruzic,

I am PhD student at Denmark. I have already handed in my PhD thesis and I am waiting for my thesis defense now, which will be middle of Dec 2016.

I have a PhD in Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Bioengineering disciplines and also have skills with mechancial testing (e.g. composite tensile testing) and materials characterization using SEM/FTIR/NIR etc.

I have sent my applications to your email and applied this position on Webpage of your university, and I am looking forward to your reply.

Best regards,

Ming Liu

Email: mingliu_0603@yahoo.com

Alternative way by using MKL form intel

Tue, 2016-09-20 22:28

In reply to lapack in abaqus subrouine

Hi ri3trio,

I don not have the experience with combine lapack and abaqus user subroutine.

But I have an alternative solution by using MKL that goes with ifort. (MKL is essentially the intel version of lapack)

Please refer to this post to set it up and then you can use all rotines im mkl and make sure you

make correspoinding changes at the places when calling those routines if there is difference between

lapack verion and mkl version.

http://forum.cadec-online.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=205

Hope that helpts!

Best,

Xiang

Deadline: October 7th, 2016

Tue, 2016-09-20 03:41

In reply to Postdoctoral Fellow Position, Mechanics of Materials, University of New South Wales, Australia

Note, I'm working to get the link updated with the correct deadline of October 7th, 2016. 

Hi

Tue, 2016-09-20 01:52

In reply to Defining perioidc BC for 1 element elastic model for Biaxial pull in ABAQUS

Hi

If you check the constraint equation , you can see for example you relate the x1 to x2, then x2 to x3, x3 to x4 and then x4 to x1!! I think this kind of constraint equations leads to the mentioned erorr! I suggest use the method propsed by Kouznetsova, V.G in following refrence : Kouznetsova, V.G. 2002 Computational homogenization for the multi-scale analysis of multi-phase materials.

This method is easy to implement in finite elemnt software like ABAQUS.

structure

Mon, 2016-09-19 04:33

In reply to Surface-based cohesive behavior in abaqus 6.9-1

Consult your lawyer before signing the contract.

Good book. well written

Fri, 2016-09-16 08:18

In reply to New book: Mechanics of Soft Materials

Good book. well written

please send me a copy of this article, thanks

Thu, 2016-09-15 14:22

In reply to A Nobel prize worthy paper, unifying Mechanics and Thermodynamics with a Mathematical Basis

please send me a copy of this article, thanks

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