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Fully funded PhD position in Bio-mechanics, Swansea, UK


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We are looking for a good PhD student  in the field of: Bio-mechanics/Computational Engineering/Computational Mecahnics/Material Engineering/Bio-medical EngineeringIt is a fully funded PhD scholarship for UK/EU citizens only.

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3-Year Postdoctoral Fellow: Green Chemistry/Materials Chemistry

The required postdoctoral fellow will play a leading role in performing research leading to high-impact publications in the broad field of materials chemistry/crystal engineering. The postdoctoral fellow is expected to possess strong experimental research skills and ideally some computational materials modelling experience. The right candidate will spend most of their time in the laboratory where he/she will utilize their strong expertise in synthesis (organic or inorganic compounds) and materials chemistry/characterization in order to develop and validate a novel biosurfactant catalyzed mechanochemical remediation method for the green synthetic functionalization and conversion of persistent organic pollutants. In addition to performing research leading to high-impact publications in peer-reviewed materials chemistry journals, the postdoctoral fellow will work as part of a multidisciplinary team of molecular biologists, bioinformatics experts, chemists and chemical engineers in order to facilitate the deliverables of this exciting project.

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Unified Mechanics Theory

I thought mechanics community would be interested in my presentation on Unified Mechanics Theory, where I modify Newton's Equations in a succint form to incorporate Thermodynamics into Newtons Laws, which presently they don't have. [is there any proof, ?Yes the new form of the Newton's Laws have been proven experimentally since 1997 and mathematically in 2016}. The Laws of Unified Mechanics are

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Call for Papers: Intrinsic and extrinsic size effects in materials

Dear Colleague:

 

We are delighted to announce that a Focus Issue entitled "Intrinsic and extrinsic size effects in materials" for the Journal of Materials Research (JMR) is now open for submission:

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-materials-research/in...

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ICME Prize

Co-sponsored by cdmHUB, NASA, and Rolls-Royce, the bi-annual AIAA Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) Prize) is open for submission. The best project will be selected and honored at SciTech conference. To participate, you need to submit a description of your project by June 29, 2018, which will be reviewed by the ICME prize committee. More details can be found at https://www.aiaa.org/icme/. If you are interested in submitting, please let me know. 

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Roll up your sleeves

When you push up your sleeves, wrinkles form, which eventually evolve into ridges (pictured). As familiar as you may be with this phenomenon, have you ever thought about its underlying mechanism? It involves the complex nonlinear mechanical behaviour of large deformations and surface instabilities, which in turn give rise to a sophisticated morphological evolution. And now, Yifan Yang and co-workers have revealed a hitherto unknown post-buckling behaviour that involves multiple bifurcation transitions (Phys. Rev.

A question regarding applying the boundary conditions in thin film peeling

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Hello all,

As is my understanding that, in analytical models such as "Kendall Peeling Model", when they talk about peeling angle it is the angle at which the peeling force is applied (or am I wrong?). But when it comes to FE analysis, if we displace one end of the film at an angle by applying displacement boundary conditions on that end, the resulting forces are not along the same direction of the displacements. So, I am confused as to how to compare the FE results with that of the analytical models.

Thank you.

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Fully funded PhD position in Swansea University, UK

Hi

PhD Scholarship  in the field of: Mechanical Engineering/Computational Engineering/Polymer Sciences/Material Engineering/Material Sciences. It is a fully funded PhD scholarship for UK/EU citizens only.

http://www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/scholarships/research/engineering-...

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Postdoctoral Position Available at Khalifa University: Composite Manufacturing and Multiscale Modeling

A Postdoctoral Research Fellow position is available immediately in the aerospace department at the Khalifa University of Science and Technology in Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates. The research project focuses on Composite materials and manufacturing, Autoclave/out of autoclave techniques, LCM, constitutive and multi-scale computational modeling of the viscoelastic and other inelastic behavior of composites.

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Postdoctoral Position Available at Khalifa University: Composite Manufacturing and Multiscale Modeling

A Postdoctoral Research Fellow position is available immediately in the aerospace department at the Khalifa University of Science and Technology in Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates. The research project focuses on Composite materials and manufacturing, Autoclave/out of autoclave techniques, LCM, constitutive and multi-scale computational modeling of the viscoelastic and other inelastic behavior of composites.

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Modified multiplicative decomposition model for growth: Beyond the initial stress-free state

The multiplicative decomposition model is widely employed for predicting residual stresses and morphologies of biological tissues due to growth. However, it relies on the assumption that the tissue is initially in a stress-free state, which conflicts with the observations that any growth state of a biological tissue is under a significant level of residual stresses that helps to maintain its ideal mechanical conditions.

Bifurcation & Chaos in Nonlinear Structural Dynamics: Novel & Highly Efficient Optimal-Feedback Accelerated Picard Iteration Algorithms

A new class of algorithms for solving nonlinear structural dynamical problems are derived in the present paper, as being based on optimal-feedback-accelerated Picard iteration, wherein the solution vectors for the displacements and velocities at any time in a finitely large time interval are corrected by a weighted (with a matrix) integral of the error. We present 3 approximations to solve the Euler-Lagrange equations for the optimal weighting functions; thus we present 3 algorithms denoted as Optimal-Feedback-Accelerated Picard Iteration (OFAPI) algorithms-1, 2, 3.

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Release of VEMLab v2.1

VEMLab: a MATLAB library for the virtual element method

 

Release of VEMLab v2.1

 

>>  From VEMLab v2.0.2 to VEMLab v2.1:

 

- Add customized wrench domain (for PolyMesher mesh generator only).

 

- Add customized plate with a hole domain (for PolyMesher mesh generator only).

 

- Add the following test: “square_plate_with_source2_poisson2d.m” in test folder.

 

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No motor, no battery, no problem

New robot concept uses responsive materials to swim through water

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Line and Point Defects in Nonlinear Anisotropic Solids

In this paper, we present some analytical solutions for the stress fields of nonlinear anisotropic solids with distributed line and point defects.

£1 million awarded for 5 year project for virtual testing of components

Simpleware software user Dr. Llion Evans of Swansea University and the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy has received £1 million in funding for a five-year project into virtual testing of new components. Funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), the research looks at how image-based simulation using 3D X-ray imaging can virtually evaluate manufactured components.

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Wiki surface - an open access encyclopedia of surfaces

Dear Mechanicians,

a new project at the IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca (Lucca, Italy) has just been launched to create the first open access database of rough surfaces from nature and technology, see: 

http://musam.imtlucca.it/wikisurf.html

People are invited to contribute to the database by providing images of surfaces acquired using experimental techniques, as well as the corresponding elevation data field (raw x,y,z data in columns).

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Aging-dependent strain localization in amorphous glassy polymers: from necking to shear banding

This study investigates the influence of physical aging on the deformation behaviors of poly(ethylene terephthalate)-glycol. The polymers are subjected to a quenched and an annealed heat treatment, followed by deformation in tension. The digital image correlation (DIC) is used to capture the surface strain. The DIC results show that the deformation localization occurs in the post-yield strain softening region. The quenched and annealed polymers exhibit different localization types, representing as necking for quenched polymers and shear banding for annealed polymers.

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Journal Club for May 2018: Icephobic Materials

Icephobic Materials

Yizhi Zhuo, Jianying He

NTNU Nanomechanical Lab, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

 

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