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Post-doctoral position

A post-doctoral position in the general area of material science and mechanics related to wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) is available in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Northeastern University, Boston, MA. The aim of the work is to investigate the thermomechanical causes of residual stresses and to assess the general build quality by experimental and modeling approaches.  FLIR and other non-contact measurement techniques will be used for in-situ process monitoring.

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New textbook on FEM

"Finite Element Method: Physics and Solution Methods" aims to provide the reader a sound understanding of the physical systems and solution methods to enable effective use of this method. I hope that the mechanics community will find this book useful.

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Post-doctoral position: atomistic/continuum simulations for additive manufacturing

A post-doctoral position in the general area of applied mechanics is available in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Northeastern University.

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Post-doctoral research position in applied mechanics and additive manufacturing

A post-doctoral position in the general area of continuum level simulations of high-strain rate impact phenomena and thermo-mechanical modeling in moving boundary problems is available in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Northeastern University. The specific goals of this post-doctoral research opportunity are to investigate the causes of residual stresses in metal additive manufacturing based on cold-particle gas spray technology and to design strategies to optimize its distribution.

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Postdoctoral Position in Applied Mechanics

A post-doctoral position in the general area of continuum simulations of high-strain rate impact phenomena is available in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Northeastern University. The specific goal of the project is to investigate the mechanics of cohesion following high velocity impacts. Knowledge of finite element theory, contact mechanics, plasticity and cohesive zone using customized codes and Abaqus are required. Experience with writing own finite element codes, Abaqus user subroutines and Python code will be helpful for the position.

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Postdoctoral Position in Applied Mechanics

<p>A post-doctoral position in the general area of continuum simulations of high-strain rate impact phenomena is available in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Northeastern University. The specific goal of the project is to investigate the mechanics of cohesion following high velocity impacts. Knowledge of finite element theory, contact mechanics, plasticity and cohesive zone using customized codes and Abaqus are required. Experience with writing own finite element codes, Abaqus user subroutines and Python code will be helpful for the position.

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