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Honeycomb Nanoporous Silicon with Magic Properties

Our recent study through molecular dynamics simulations represents a new approach to improve the mechanical behaviour of nanoporous silicon through controlling the pore shape. In this work, a high strength and ductile structure is obtained for honeycomb nanoporous strucutres.

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PhD Studentship in Mechanics of Materials at University College London

A PhD studentship is available in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at University College London, on the topic of "Detection and Identification of Damage in Composite Fibre/Metal Laminate Structures Using Guided Ultrasonic Waves". It is fully funded (fees + stipend) for UK citizens and EU citizens with UK residency (fees only for international students).

The academic group at UCL has an internationally leading profile and an exceptional publication record, and this project will provide numerous opportunities for high-profile publications and conference presentations. The project involves considerable interaction with other members of the research group, which has a very open, co-operative and friendly culture. The UCL laboratories are very well resourced with equipment, computers, consumables and all that is needed to perform research at the highest standard. The aim is to provide the best conditions for world-leading research.

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Size-dependent mechanical behaviour of nanowires: an overview

A recent study reviews achievements made in the determination of the size‐dependent mechanical properties of nanowires. Covering both measurement techniques and computational approaches, data reported in the literature are summarized for a variety of nanowires.

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