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Postdoctoral position in computational damage geomechanics

A postdoctoral position in the field of Computational damage geomechanics is open at Université Côte d'Azur.

This project is the result of a collaboration between Geoazur at Université de Nice, the Centre for Material Forming (CEMEF) at Mines ParisTech and the Laboratoire Jean-Alexandre Dieudonné (LJAD) at Université de Nice.

PhD and PostDoc Positions in Computational Biomechanics at NJIT

A PhD research assistant (RA) position and a Postdoc position in Biomedical Engineering (BME) are immediately available at the BioDynamics Laboratory directed by Dr. Xianlian Alex Zhou. The lab’s research is focused on computational biomechanics, biorobotics, digital human modeling, and personalized medicine. More details are available at Dr.

Ying Li's picture

Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow – New Instrument Design

Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow – New Instrument Design

Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering/ Institute of Materials Science

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States

 

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Position Start Date: Available immediately

 

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Postdoctoral position in metamaterials at Tel Aviv University (Israel)

Dr. Igor Berinskii proposes a postdoc fellowship in his group MultiScale Mechanics of Solids on a topic connected to computational simulations of shape morphing mechanical metamaterials and self-deployable structures. The candidate is expected to:

 - have a strong experience in the mechanics of solids

 - have excellent coding skills (C++/Python/Matlab)  

 - be proficient in FEA

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ECCOMAS YIC 2019 in Krakow - MS on “Novel theories, formulations, methods and applications in structural mechanics”

We would like to invite you and your students and colleagues to contribute your talks to a mini-symposium on the broad topic of “Novel theories, formulations, methods and applications in structural mechanics”, which we will be organizing at the 5th ECCOMAS Young Investigators Conference (YIC 2019, https://yic2019.agh.edu.pl/) in Krakow, Poland from September 1-6, 2019.

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1st International Workshop on Plasticity, Damage and Fracture of Engineering Materials

Dear Colleagues, 

We have the pleasure to invite you to 1st International Workshop on Plasticity, Damage and Fracture of Engineering Materials in Ankara/Turkey on 22-23 August 2019 organized by METU and TOBB University of Economics and Technology with the support of European Structural Integrity Society.

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Abstract invitation for the 4th Mini-Symposium on 4M Engineering Materials and Structures of EMI conference 2019

Dear Colleagues, 

We cordially invite you to submit abstracts to the 4th Mini-Symposium on 4M (Modeling of Multiphysics-Multiscale-Multifunctional) Engineering Materials and Structures in the Engineering Mechanics Institute conference 2019 at Caltech during June 18-21, 2019. 

Submission link: http://emi2019.caltech.edu/home

Deadline: Jan 30, 2019

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PhD and MSc positions at INSA-Lyon, France

We are looking for 1 Msc (with PhD offer) + 1 PhD students in the field of 

- atomistic modeling of devritrification process

- multi-scale modeling of UO2 plasticity

 

For more details, please have a look to : https://sites.google.com/site/jonathanamodeoresearch/job 

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how to access the main page of abaqus-docs.mit.edu

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I found a great tutorial for abaqus/cae at https://abaqus-docs.mit.edu/2017/English/SIMACAEGSARefMap/simagsa-m-Caeb... but I cannot find the main page, which I need to navigate it; I am forced to Google for individual sections guessing at what the section titles migh be; I need a URL to the root page so I can navigate the tutorial like an ebook. 

 

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Abaqus startup start-up initialization file Python script

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I  need to find a startup file that Abaqus/CAE reads on startup to add a line of Python to modify the behavior the way I like it. I find myself adding this line manually every time I start Abaqus/CAE and I am tired of it. Like the .gpr file but .grp is a binary file--I cannot add things to it with a text editor. It has to be an initialization file, right? Or may be some other way to do it. Thanks in advance. 

 

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Abaqus startup start-up initialization file Python script

I need to find a startup file that Abaqus/CAE reads on startup to add a line of Python to modify the behavior the way I like it. I find myself adding this line manually every time I start Abaqus/CAE and I am tired of it. Like the .gpr file but .grp is a binary file--I cannot add things to it with a text editor. It has to be an initialization file, right? Or may be some other way to do it. Thanks in advance. 

ebarbero's picture

how to access the main page of abaqus-docs.mit.edu

I found a great tutorial for abaqus/cae at https://abaqus-docs.mit.edu/2017/English/SIMACAEGSARefMap/simagsa-m-Caeb... but I cannot find the main page, which I need to navigate it; I am forced to Google for individual sections guessing at what the section titles migh be; I need a URL to the root page so I can navigate the tutorial like an ebook. 

PhD and MSc positions at the University of Western Ontario, Canada.

 

We are looking for talented, self-motivated, and enthusiastic students with a BSc or MSc degree in mechanical or materials engineering. Students with background in any of the following areas are recommended to apply:

Viscoelastic material modeling

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Hello,

I have a question regarding viscoelastic materials and property definitions through prony series.

If i am not wrong ,the values wi and τi of the series can be expressed either in terms of time domain or frequency domain.

Having the prony series expressed at time domain, how can the relaxation tensor be expressed? Do i still need to perform

Laplace-Carson transformation, of the time dependent relaxation and creep functions or their prony series expression is enough,

so i can get the full relaxation tensor (isotropic case) as:

 

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Why a 2D and 3D model using a coupled thermal displacement element in ABAQUS give different results? Can any one help me?

I am modeling a rectangular plate placed on a hot plate using a coupled temperature displacement type of analysis in abaqus. I have modeled it in 2D as well as 3D. I have defined a contact between hot plate and rectangular specimen. But my 2D and 3D results are different. Can any one help me in clearing my doubt. Thanks in advance.

Modern Finite Element Technologies - ECCOMAS Thematic Conference

Dear colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to the ECCOMAS Thematic Conference:

"Modern Finite Element Technologies - Mathematical and Mechancial Aspects"

which takes place in Bad Honnef, Germany from 1.-3. July 2019.
Deadline for presenting a one page abstract is on 1. March 2019

I would like to invite all you, members of the Scientific Committee to
make an effort in spreading the news, and increasing the participation.

-KEYNOTE LECTURES-

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FEA software engineer position at Altair engineering, Irvine, CA

Altair OptiStruct is a general finite element analysis code with comprehensive analysis solutions for linear and nonlinear static and transient analysis, buckling, eigenvalue analysis, NVH (noise and vibration), Component Modal Synthesis (CMS), thermal analysis and fatigue. It is the world leading structural optimization solution. OptiStruct serves over two thousand companies worldwide for analysis and simulation-driven design.

 

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Postdoc position in cutting edge optimization for metal machining, Aarhus University, Denmark

Applications are invited for a 2.5-year postdoctoral position at Aarhus University, Denmark. The focus of the project will be on shape optimization of cutting edge for improving milling process of stainless steel. This research opportunity broadly involves the development of physics-based computational approaches and systematic simulations for understanding the micromechanics of material removal from metallic surfaces.  This project is part of a big Grand Solution industrial project, which is funded by the Innovation Fund Denmark.

Professor Position (Full Professor) in Continuum Mechanics at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Leibniz University Hannover, Germany

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Leibniz University Hannover is seeking to fill a Full Professor position in Continuum Mechanics to start Fall 2019. The professorship is linked to the management of the institute of the same name and represents the subject inteaching and research.

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Tenure-Track Faculty Position (Assistant Professor) in Design and Manufacturing at University of Mississippi

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of Mississippi ("Ole Miss"), Oxford, MS is seeking to fill a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor position in Design and Manufacturing to start Fall 2019. Successful candidate is expected to foster a balanced program of research and undergraduate/graduate instruction that integrates the perspectives of machine design, manufacturing, and robotics.

PhD position in computational biomechanics at University of Glasgow

I am looking for motivated students to join my research group and work towards their PhD in the area of computational biomechanics.

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Almost 30% of all deaths globally are related to cardiovascular diseases, and most of these are related to changes in the stiffness of tissues making up the system. There is an urgent need for new computational tools that can help detect, understand, and treat these diseases. There are three specific projects available under his broad topic:

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Fast-Response, Stiffness-Tunable Soft Actuator by Hybrid Multimaterial 3D Printing

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Fast‐Response, Stiffness‐Tunable Soft Actuator by Hybrid Multimaterial 3D Printing

Yuan-Fang Zhang, Ningbin Zhang, Hardik Hingorani, Ningyuan Ding, Dong Wang, Chao Yuan, Biao Zhang, Guoying Gu,* and Qi Ge*

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Steady-state fracture toughness of elastic-plastic solids: Isotropic versus kinematic hardening

I hope some of you may find this work interesting. We show that kinematic hardening effects play a significant role in monotonic/static fracture.

Steady-state fracture toughness of elastic-plastic solids: Isotropic versus kinematic hardening

K.J.Juul, E.Martínez-Pañeda, K.L.Nielsen, C.F.Niordson

Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 207, pp. 254-268 (2019)

Volume 207, 15 February 2019, Pages 254-268

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