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International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol. 4 No. 3

Forthcoming papers of International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.4 No.3:
1. “On The Large Strain Torsion Of HCP Polycrystals”,  P.D. Wu, H. Wang (Mcmaster University, Canada), K.W. Neale (University Of Sherbrooke, Canada).

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International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol. 4 No. 2

Forthcoming papers of International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.4 No.2:
1. “Buckling And Wrinkling Of A Functionally Graded Material (FGM) Thin Film”,  Masoud Noroozi, Liying Y. Jiang, (The University Of Western Ontario, Canada).
2. “Arterial Wall Mechanics And Clinical Implications After Coronary Stenting: Comparisons Of Three Stent Designs”, Linxia Gu Shijia Zhao, Stacey R. Froemming (University Of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA).

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International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol. 4 No. 1

Forthcoming papers of International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.4 No.1:

1.     “A SPECTRAL/HP FINITE ELEMENT FORMULATION FOR VISCOELASTIC BEAMS BASED ON A HIGH-ORDER BEAM THEORY”,  V. P. VALLALA, G. S. PAYETTE AND J. N. REDDY, (TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY, USA).

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International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol. 3 No. 2

               Forthcoming papers of International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.3 No.2:

 

  • “Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics Of Dielectric Elastomers”, Xuanhe Zhao (Duke University,  USA), Soo Jin Adrian Koh (IHPC, Singapore), Zhigang Suo, (Harvard University,  USA)

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InternationInternational Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.2 No.3

 

Published papers of International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.2 No.3: 

1.    “Yield Design Homogenization Method For Compaction Of Monosized Spherical Powders”, Benabbes Anouar, Siad Larbi, Dormieux Luc, Wing Kam Liu, (Universit´E De Reims, France, Northwestern University, USA 

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International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.2 No.2

Forthcoming papers of International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.2 No.2:  

1“Micro-Constituent Based Viscoelastic Finite Element Analysis of Biological Cells”, F. Cheng, G.U. Unnikrishnan, and J.N. Reddy (Texas A&M University, USA). 

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International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.1 No.4

Forthcoming papers of International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.1 No.4 

1. “Strain Deconcentration In Thin Films Patterned With Circular Holes”, Matthew B. Tucker and Teng Li, (University of Maryland, USA). 

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International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.1 No.3

International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.1 No.3:

The papers are online available

1. “Foreword: Theoretical and Computational Nanomechanics”, Pradeep Sharma (University of Houston), Rui Huang (University of Texas, Austin, USA).

2. “A Multi-scale Non-equilibrium Molecular Dynamics Algorithm and its Applications”, Ni Sheng (Macau University of Science and Technology, China); Shaofan Li (University of California, Berkeley, USA).

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International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.1 No.1

International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.1 No.1:
1. “Crack-like diffusion wedges and compressive stress evolution during thin film growth with inhomogeneous grain boundary diffusivity”, Tanmay K. Bhandakkar,
Eric Chason and Huajian Gao (Brown University). 1-20.

2. “Strained Ferroelectric Thin Films”, Tong-Yi Zhang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology). 21-40.

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International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.1 No.2

International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM)  Vol.1 No.2:
1.  “Postbuckling Of Nano Rods/Tubes Based On Nonlocal Beam Theory”, C. M. Wang (National University of Singapore); Y. Xiang (University of Western Sydney); S. Kitipornchai (City University of Hong Kong). 259-266.

2. “Ductile Fracture Characterization of Aluminum Alloy 2024-T351 Using Damage Plasticity Theory”, Liang Xue and Tomasz Wierzbicki (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) .267-304.

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International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.1 No.2

Dear Colleagues:
I am pleased to inform you that the papers to be published in International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) Vol.1 No.2 will be online available soon.

IJAM Vol.1 No.2:
1.  “Postbuckling Of Nano Rods/Tubes Based On Nonlocal Beam Theory”, C. M. Wang (National University of Singapore); Y. Xiang (University of Western Sydney); S. Kitipornchai (City University of Hong Kong).

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International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM)

Dear Colleagues:The inaugural issue of International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) is now available on IJAM's website and all papers can be downloaded freely. IJAM website: http://www.worldscinet.com/ijam/ijam.shtml Regards

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Online submission system for International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM) is now LIVE

World Scientific is proud to announce the launch of a new online submission system, Editorial Manager (EM), for International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM). One of the industry standard systems used by major academic publishers, EM provides a full online solution for manuscript submission, peer-review, and tracking.

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IJAM online submission system will be available soon

IJAM online submission system will be available soon and authors can submit manuscript through publisher web

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International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM)

On behalf of Imperial College Press, World Scientific Publishing Co. (Singapore) and the International Journal of Applied Mechanics (IJAM), I would like to invite you to submit an article for our forthcoming journal, which will be launched in March 2009.  Given your expertise in Mechanics, your contribution to the inaugural issues of IJAM would be most desirable in our effort to make IJAM a leading journal in its subject area.

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Computational Cancer Mechanics

Since Dec. 2006, Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) has set up a biophysics research team that comprises research scientists in the fields of biophysics, solid mechanics and fluid mechanics, and has kicked off the "Computational Cancer Mechanics" project.

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SNORING: SOURCE IDENTIFICATION AND SIMULATION

Snoring is defined as sounds made by vibrations in the soft palate and their adjacent tissues during sleep. Heavy snoring can result in sleep-related upper airway narrowing, which leads to respiratory flow limitation and increased respiratory effort. If untreated, heavy snoring may be complicated by excessive daytime sleepiness. Hence, snoring has received a great deal of clinical attention in recent years.

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