Veryst Engineering has an opening for a Multiphysics Simulation Engineer to work on problems involving fluid flow, structural mechanics, heat transfer and/or acoustics. Responsibilities include engineering analysis and design. Ph.D. or Masters Degree in mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, aeronautical engineering, or physics with some industrial experience preferred. Strong academic record and references necessary. Experience with COMSOL Multiphysics, ANSYS, and/or Abaqus is desirable.
Crack propagation in brittle materials with anisotropic surface energy is important in applications involving single crystals, extruded polymers, or geological and organic materials. Furthermore, when this anisotropy is strong, the phenomenology of crack propagation becomes very rich, with forbidden crack propagation directions or complex sawtooth crack patterns. This problem interrogates fundamental issues in fracture mechanics, including the principles behind the selection of crack direction. Here, we propose a variational
Please join us for a national workshop on Microfluidics and Nanofluidics near Delhi, India during 14-16 July 2014. We are happy to have some higly accomplished academician in multiscale CFD domain. Prof. Suman Chakraborty, Bhatnagar Awardee 2013 will be principal instructor and speaker in the event.
We are preparing everything necessary to host the 3rdInternational Conference on Material and Component Performance under Variable Amplitude Loading (VAL 2015) in Prague, Czech Republic in March 23-26, 2015. From now on, you can register your abstracts in the online
submission system. The system will stay open till July 7, 2014, so do not forget to insert your abstract in time.
I am new to imechanica so pls forgive me if I make a mistake.
I have a coplue of doubts while recovering stresses from XFEM.
My problem statement has an inclusion with some eigen strain, embedded in an infinite matrix. I have solved the problem for displacements using XFEM. I need to get the stresses at a point close to the interface.
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We intend to send the shear calibration data to all those whose e-mail address I have by August 1st (sorry for the delay!).
You are cordially invited to submit an abstract to Symposium XX: Bridging Scales in Heterogeneous Materials at the 2014 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, to be held
November 30 - December 5, 2014, in Boston, Massachusetts.