These notes are part of my notes on linear algebra. I believe that textbooks of linear algebra give a bad definition of linear form. The last section of the notes explain why it is bad. I also give examples of linear form everyday life and from physics. Given the vector space of distance, both force and electric field are dual spaces of the space of distance. They are distict dual spaces of the space of distance, and they are not dual spaces to each other.
Eigenstrains are created as a result of anelastic effects such as defects, temperature changes, bulk growth, etc., and strongly affect the overall response of solids. In this paper, we study the residual stress and deformation fields of an incompressible, isotropic, infinite wedge due to a circumferentially-symmetric distribution of finite eigenstrains. In particular, we establish explicit exact solutions for the residual stresses and deformation of a neo-Hookean wedge containing a symmetric inclusion with finite radial and circumferential eigenstrains.
I am trying to find the method of stress evaluation used in Isogeometric analysis. I havn't come to know any numerical process for stress computation along with its implementation in IGA. Can someone please help me in this regard.
Abstract: Roll forming is a continuous process in which a flat strip is incrementally bent to a desired profile. This process is increasingly used in automotive industry to form High Strength Steel (HSS) and Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS) for structural components. Because of the large variety of applications of roll forming in the industry, Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is increasingly employed for roll forming process design. Formability and springback are two major concerns in the roll forming AHSS materials.
Two PhD positions are available immediately in Computational Mechanics & Materials.
One project (NSF grant) is about multi-phase field modeling of formation and evolution of intermetallics and oxides at high temperatures in advanced high strength steels. Another project (NSF grant) is about multi-phase field modeling of evolution of oxide bifilms in solidification of metals.
The nonlinear dynamics laboratory at the University of Rhode Island has an open position for a PhD student supported through research assistantship (including tuition remittance) starting Summer or Fall 2016. This position is supported by NSF grant. This research has a multidisciplinary nature incorporating material science, dynamical systems modeling, fatigue testing, and nonlinear time series analysis.
High temperature deformation processing of magnesium and its alloys is often accompanied by dynamic recrystallization (DRX). Deformation twinning is one of the main deformation mechanisms in HCP metals, but very few works are available in literature (experimental or modelling) which investigate the effect of the deformation twinning on dynamic recrystallization. The current study provides insights regarding the deformation
This paper presents the first application of three-dimensional (3D) cross-correlation microstructure reconstruction implemented for a representative volume element (RVE) to facilitate the microstructure engineering of materials. This has been accomplished by developing a new methodology for reconstructing 3D microstructure using experimental two- dimensional electron backscatter diffraction data.
The STFC Hartree Centre (in Warrington, UK - located between Manchester & Liverpool) is running 4 high performance computing summer schools from June to July 2016. They are primarily aimed at PhD students and postdoctoral researchers, but are also open to academics and industry at no extra cost. The tuition fees are subsidised by STFC and each week only costs £150. There is a 1 week school on each of the following topics:
We have an opening for a post-doctoral fellow position in multiscale computational mechanics of polymers. The project focuses on modeling and simulation of the thermo-mechanical behavior of polymers with covalent adaptable networks (CANs), e.g. vitrimers. The objective is to formulate a hierarchical modeling and simulation approach, which closely mimics key steps in the recycling and reshaping processes of CAN polymers by embedding the physics at two length-scales – (i) discrete-continuum (meso-scale) and (ii) homogenized continuum (macro-scale).
General: Kansas State University locates in Manhattan, KS, which ranks as the best college town in the US. Research in the Zhang Research Group in the Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering is in the field of Advanced Manufacturing. Equal part fundamental theory and implementation, the current focus is on utilization of cellulosic biomaterials for renewable energy, additive manufacturing/ 3D printing of advanced materials for health, and ultrasonic vibration assisted processing. Dr.
The NAFEMS Germany Conference 2016 will cover a wide range of topics, addressing every aspect of engineering analysis and simulation during a 2-day program. The 2016 conference will bring together the leading visionaries, developers, and practitioners of CAE-related technologies in an open forum. Covering all aspects of the technology including FEA, CFD & MBS, the event will focus heavily on best-practice, use cases, state of the art, problem areas, developing fields and much more.
Among all inspiring bio-material, Abalone seashell has its unique characteristics of high strength and toughness. Though , there is the general trend in materials that some of the toughness have been compromised for the sake of increasing hardness and vice versa. This astonishing property of sea shell attracts material scientists to understand the root cause for this property. One of such enthusiast, Prof. Kalpana Katti at North Dakota State University unlocked these secret of these phenomenon lies in its microstructure.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow position in hydro-fracturing (fracking) is available immediately at Masdar Institute of Science and Technology in Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates. Masdar Institute is established in collaboration with Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The research project focuses on using advanced computational fracture and damage mechanics for simulating hydro-fracturing of rocks in hydrocarbon fields. The candidate is expected to have a PhD in the field of geomechanics, or civil engineering with solid
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Two PhD positions are available at Department of Petroleum Engineering, Texas A&M University in the area of characterization and micromechanical modeling of organic-rich shales. Candidates should have a BS or MS degree in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, petroleum engineering, material science or other related areas. Candidates with both experimental and modeling background are highly preferred. Interested candidates please send a complete CV along with the names of three professional references to email@example.com