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can someone suggest me very nice mechanics of material book for reading and also engineering mechanics book.And also can some one tell me whats the difference between mechanics of material and mechanics of solid

ABAQUS running in a PC with a dual core processor

Dear all,

 

I have a question regarding ABAQUS running in a dual core processor in a personal computer. 

I noticed that if somenone submits ABAQUS directly in DualCore pc then ABAQUS by default will use only 1 of the  processors. 

Which is the way of making ABAQUS use both of the processors and use 100% of noth of them? Is there a specific command line?

The second thing that I would like to ask:  What is the command that should be added in the command line in order to run abaqus with increased memory, say from 500Mb,  to 1000Mb.

 

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Phd or Postdoc position on multiscale mechanics in Bochum/Germany

Please see the job-announcement attached, for a better format.
PhD or Postdoc position
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Advanced Materials Simulation (ICAMS) is a new research centre at the Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany. At ICAMS an interdisciplinary team of scientists from engineering, materials science, chemistry, physics and mathematics is working on the development and application of a new generation of simulation tools for multi-scale materials modelling.

Material selection for vibration damping

Hi everyone,
 
 I'm searching some solution to absorb vibration. I'm trying to find materials and their properties to compare between them and chose one to design a vibration damper. Their application will be on the base of an avionics enclosure wich is onboard of a UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle).

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Post-doctoral Position in Computational Mechanics at Rutgers University

 

A postdoctoral position is available in the area of interfacial mechanics of soft materials at Rutgers University working under the supervision of Prof. Cuitino. The position is supported by the National Science Foundation and industrial partners of the NSF Engineering Research Center for Structured Organic Particulate Systems (http://ercforsops.org/).

 

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Post-Docoral Research Positions in the area of numerical simulations of coupled thermal-hydro-geomechanical processes

The Idaho National Laboratory (INL) Energy Resources Recovery & Management Department invites applications for one, or possibly two, post-doctoral research positions in the area of numerical simulations of coupled thermal-hydro-geomechanical processes in geothermal reservoirs. The position(s) will be available in October 2009 and will be renewable for up to 3 years. An earlier start is possible, depending on project development.

Surface Based Fluid Cavities, and inflators

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I've been tasked with creating a 3D model of a demo inflatable
structure here in our lab. The goal is to inflate it in ABAQUS, and I
have been making some progress in using the *FLUID CAVITY keyword.
However I'm noticing odd things in my results. I have the pressure of
the gas increase to 4psi in a tabular form, however as I watch the
frame by frame, the stress concentrations on the structure vary oddly,
and the model deforms oddly. Almost as if it was a ball being pressed
back and forth against the floor, expand contract, that kind of deal.

Three problems about of the shock waves

 

 Three problems about of the shock waves

                                      for the curious students

                                           (hydrodynamics)

 

                                          The first problem

 

As it informs in your text-books, for an ideal gas the Hugoniot equation has the form

p[(h+1)V-(h-1)V0]=p0[(h+1)V0-(h-1)V] , h=cp/cv ;

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Role of the defect-core in mechanics

Through this post I wish to share some recent results that provide new insights into the role of a defect-core in mechanics. Below is the abstract of the work, and the references and links to the preprints of articles. I look forward to your comments and suggestions.

Abstract:

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Open Ph.D. Position in Multiscale Cardiac Modeling at University of South Carolina

I have an open Ph.D. position on multiscale modeling of congenital heart disease. Candidates with M.S. or B.S. degree with background in fluid/solid mechanics, material science and applied mathematics with strong academic record are encouraged to apply. The project has both computational and experimental components. Interested candidates may send a CV and name of two references to arashkh@sc.edu. Further information about my group can be obtained from: http://www.me.sc.edu/fs/kheradvar.html.

Postdoctoral Fellow in Computational Mechanics

A postdoctoral fellowship is available in the Duke Computational Mechanics Laboratory, beginning in September of 2009 (with flexibility on timing).  Funding for the fellowship concerns research in the simulation of large-scale fragmentation phenomena.  The ideal candidate will have experience in some combination of the following areas:

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Formation of creases on the surfaces of elastomers and gels

When a block of an elastomer is bent, the compressed surface may form a crease. This paper analyzes the critical condition for creasing by comparing the elastic energy in a creased body and that in a smooth body. This difference in energy is expressed by a scaling relation. Critical conditions for creasing are determined for elastomers subject to general loads and gels swelling under constraint. The theoretical results are compared with existing experimental observations.

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Spectral decomposition

Dear all,

     Many numerical implementation of plasticity model uses spectral decomposition to represent the Cauchy stress, elastic strain,  such that stress update algorithm is written in the principal directions. As a result, I wonder what makes it benefical to write the stress update algorithm in spectral form? 

 Thanks,

WaiChing Sun

 

NRC Research Fellowship Opportunity at Duke University

Researchers at Duke University are seeking applications for NRC research associates, to work with Professors David Stepp and John Dolbow.  The NRC program is unique in the sense that applicants have the opportunity to perform research on a program they design.  The positions are well-paid fellowships and are nominally for two years, extendable to a third.  

traditional concrete model VS damage concrete model

In my opioion, the traditional concrete model is taking the smeared cracking concept to deal with the tensile cracking and using the elastoplastic method to deal with the compressive softening.

We can find that recently the CDM based concrete model become a hot research subject.

But what are the advantages of the CDM-based?

Thank you very much!

Concrete micromechanical finite element modelling

I could not find a detailed book about micromechanical finite element modelling. There are some books about  micromechanics but They do not consist extensive micromechanical finite element. Could anyone suggest me a detailed book about that?

Numerical phase modeling of BTO nanostructure using Landis' model with FEAP

  The difference to the common model used is the f,g terms. The 3D FEM formulation has been derived and a new fortran program is written. The derivative matrix is symmetric. But the calculation result does not converge. I have tried every means to get a converging result. But it doesn't work, the residual norm always increases.

Differences of various strain measures

For large deformation, we have various deformation measures such as Green-Lagrange tensor, Almansi strain tensor, left Cauchy-Green deformation tensor, and right Cauchy-Green deformation tensor. Appreciate very much any explanation in respect to physical differences of those measures, why they are necessary, conditions where one is more accurate than another! Thank you.

 Upa-

Viscoelastic Abaqus Analysis question please help

Hi Everyone,

I am new to thermal viscosity analysis, here is the data I have received.

 

DMA data which has Temp, Shear Storage Modules, Shear Loss Modules,  Tan Delta, Calculated Modules, Temp was raised at 5 deg/Min

I want to do a thermal analysis where the part is heated upto 90 deg for 1 hr, returned to room temp and cooled 2 hours.

 How can i simulate this in abaqus ..? I want to incorporate the Viscosity data from the DMA data. I also have received  thermal conductivity, thermal expansion and specific heat data.

 

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Post-doctoral Position in Multiscale Modeling at Caltech

The Center for the Predictive Modeling and Simulation of High-Energy Density Dynamic Response at the California Institute of Technology seeks a post-doctoral scholars in the broad area of multiscale modeling of materials.  The scholar will be supervised by Professor Kaushik Bhattacharya, and will develop fast multiscale models that implicitly account for the microstructural features during the dynamic deformation of materials.

Stress-induced phase transformation and pseudo-elastic/pseudo-plastic recovery in intermetallic Ni–Al nanowires

Dear friends,

I want to share our recent research work on NiAl nanowire, which is published in Nanotechnology, IOP publishing. The abstract of the paper is given below. Further details can be found at "Vijay Kumar Sutrakar et al 2009 Nanotechnology 20 295705 (9pp)   doi: 10.1088/0957-4484/20/29/295705"

 

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Large deformation and electrochemistry of polyelectrolyte gels

Immersed in an ionic solution, a network of polyelectrolyte polymers imbibes the solution and swells, resulting in a polyelectrolyte gel. The swelling is reversible, and is regulated by ionic concentrations, mechanical forces, and electric potentials. This paper develops a field theory to couple large deformation and electrochemistry. A specific material model is described, including the effects of stretching the network, mixing the polymers with the solvent and ions, and polarizing the gel.

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