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Postdoctoral Fellow Position in Cardiovascular Mechanics

Postdoctoral Fellow Position

Tissue Mechanics Laboratory
Wallace H Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology


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Surface Pressure in Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Model

Hi, All: I am working on a fluid structure interaction problem with Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) method in Abaqus. My solid is a deformable structure. I would like to know the pressure on the surface of structure where solid and fluid (particles) contact with each other. I wonder how could I output this vailable from the SPH model in Abaqus. Thanks a lot in advance for any help!


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PhD and Postdoc Positions in Cardiovascular Mechanics

These positions have been filled.


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Graduate and Postdoc Research Positions in Cardiovascular Mechanics

These positions have been filled.


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SIMULIA announces new features in Abaqus 6.10

For those of you looking for FSI simulation on Abaqus platform, recently Simulia has announced the new features in release 6.10, which introduces the capability for performing Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation.
So it enables users to perform coupled physics simulations with
Abaqus/Standard and Abaqus/Explicit, such as fluid-structure
interaction between human tissue, a medical device, and fluid flow, more information:

http://www.simulia.com/news/pr_100524_DSS.html

 


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Reading list on solid mechanics for engineering students

If you are an engineering student and going to study solid mechanics, you may have a question: "what are the best books on solid mechanics which I should read to gain a firm background?" Your advisor may give you some suggestions, but you still want to know what other people read or study. It is better to follow a good reading list to study a subject step by step. And also your advisor may give you a list, but that one may work only for the topics your advisor wants you know. Is there a general reading list one can follow to gain a solid understanding on solid mechanics? This might be a question most students have.


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