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(Course) Plastic Deformation in Crystalline Solids

Instructor: Kamyar Davoudi

Lectures: Saturdays and Mondays, 10:30 am-12:00 pm

Institute: Sharif University

 

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Last minute vacancy for Digital Image Correlation course

Following a late cancellation, we have one vacancy left for our one-week intensive course on Digital Image Correlation to be held in Ghent, Belgium, 12-16 January 2015. All details can be found on the course website.

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Course on Design Principles, Fatigue & Damage Tolerance for Aeronautical Engineers

Dear iMechanicians,

Please note that a 6 day course for aeronautical engineers on design principles, fatigue and damage tolerance will be realized during October and November 2014 in Czech Republic. The course is split to two blocks: Part I - Design Principles; Part II - Fatigue & Damage Tolerance run in the period October 20-22 and November 11-13 respectively.

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Modeling of Localized Inelastic Deformation 2014

Dear colleagues,

I would like to bring to your attention the advanced course on Modeling of localized inelastic deformation that will be taught by Milan Jirasek in Prague, Czech Republic on 15-19 September 2014. More detailed information on the course is posted at http://mech.fsv.cvut.cz/~milan/course2014.html. We are looking forward to seeing you in Prague!

Contact mechanics course January 30-February 1st, 2012

Dear all,

On Monday January 30th to Wednesday February 1st, 2012, we will organise a
course on using the CONTACT software at Delft University of Technology
in the Netherlands.

The aims of the course are:

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Localization of Inelastic Deformation 2011

Dear colleagues,

I would like to bring to your attention the advanced course on Modeling of localized inelastic deformation that will be taught by Milan Jirasek in Prague, Czech Republic on 12-16 September 2011. More detailed information on the course is posted at http://mech.fsv.cvut.cz/~milan/course2011.html. We are looking forward to seeing you in Prague!


Teaching FEM to Biologists/Medics

All,

Could anyone recommend courses, online materials or text books that
would be suitable for teaching the finite element method to someone with
a non-engineering background. This request is on behalf of an MD
student wishing to use the FEM for modelling the wrist. We're initially
looking for introductory materials.

Best regards

Lee

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Localization of Inelastic Deformation 2010

Dear colleagues,

I would like to bring to your attention the advanced course on Modeling of localized inelastic deformation that will be taught by Milan Jirasek in Prague, Czech Republic on 13-17 September 2010. 
More detailed information on the course is posted at http://mech.fsv.cvut.cz/~milan/course2010.html. We are looking forward to seeing you in Prague!

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Localization of Inelastic Deformation 2009

Dear colleagues,

I would like to bring to your attention the advanced course on Modeling of localized inelastic deformation that will be taught by Milan Jirasek in Prague, Czech Republic on 14-18 September 2009. 
More detailed information on the course is posted at http://mech.fsv.cvut.cz/~milan/course2009.html. We are looking forward to seeing you in Prague!

New graduate mechanics course at MIT: Mechanics of Heterogeneous Materials

16.223 Mechanics of Heterogeneous Materials

Course Description: Mechanical behavior of heterogeneous materials such as thin-film microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) materials and advanced filamentary composites, with particular emphasis on laminated structural configurations. Anisotropic and crystallographic elasticity formulations. Structure, properties and mechanics of constituents such as films, substrates, active materials, fibers, and matrices including nano- and micro-scale constituents. Effective properties from constituent properties. Classical laminated plate theory for modeling structural behavior including extrinsic and intrinsic strains and stresses such as environmental effects. Introduction to buckling of plates and nonlinear (deformations) plate theory. Other issues in modeling heterogeneous materials such as fracture/failure of laminated structures.

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