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ME 4733 Deformation and Fracture of Engineering Materials Instructor: Dr. Honglai Tan
Explosive cracking — simulationH. Tan, CSAFE annual report, 2001 Center for the Simulation of Accidental Fires and Explosions
Explosive cracking — experimentP.M. Dickson et al., Los Alamos National Laboratories Ignition of PBX 9501 after first heated to 200°C in around one hour and then ignited by hot wire at the center.
Impact Ignition and ExplosionJ. Guilkey, T. Harman, H. Tan, University of Utah B. Kashiwa, Los Alamos National Lab
Brown University Nano & micromechanics Laboratory
Fatigue Fracture Cyclic stress
Case study: how the World Trade Center fellThe design of the WTC saved thousands of lives by standing for well over an hour after the planes crashed into its twin towers. High temperature for buckling and collapsing.
Multiscale thinking D. Raabe Computational Materials Science 1998
After class reading Hertsburg Course webpage
3/8/2002, Friday Toughness.
PBX Behaviors Accounting for Crystal/Binder Interface Debonding and Binder Viscoelasticity Henry Tan School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering.
Predicting fatigue damage in intact and restored teeth Sam Evans Sam Smith School of Engineering, Cardiff University PO Box 925, The Parade, Cardiff CF24.
Nonlinear Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Xuehui AN.
Types of Bone Fractures. Stress – Strain Force (N) Deformation (cm)
CHAPTER 2: PLASTICITY.
MatSE 259 Exam 1 Review Session 1.Exam structure – 25 questions, 1 mark each 2.Do NOT forget to write your student I.D. on the answer sheet 3.Exams are.
Molecular dynamics modeling of thermal and mechanical properties Alejandro Strachan School of Materials Engineering Purdue University
ME 240: Introduction to Engineering Materials Chapter 8. Failure 8.1 CHAPTER 8.
Fracture Mechanics Overview & Basics
Analysis of Explosives. Introduction Most bombing incidents involve homemade explosive devices There are a great many types of explosives and explosive.
Strength of Energy Engineering Materials Abdel-Fatah M HASHEM Professor of materials science South Valley University, EGYPT April 2009, Japan.
EXPERIMENTS 1)A coil of solder will be suspended from a clamp into a glass. Boiling water will then be added. You must visually inspect the coil every.
The Mechanisms of Healing of Asphalt Pavement By DingXin Cheng For Dr. Lytton’s Micromechanics Class November 11, 2002.
International Exports Fatigue Wizard & International Exports.
Jiangyu Li, University of Washington Lecture 21 Fracture Mechanics Mechanical Behavior of Materials Section Jiangyu Li University of Washington.
How Structures Fail Dr Roger P. West Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering Trinity College Dublin 1E9 Mangonel Design.
Connie King /14/05 Side-Release Buckle. Materials Selection Economical Fatigue resistance Temperature & weather resistance MaterialPPHDPENylon.
Modeling Direct Chill Casting of Aluminum Alloys Cathryn Karashin Advisor: Dr. Krane.
1 Jiangyu Li, University of Washington Lecture Plasticity Mechanical Behavior of Materials Chapter 12 Jiangyu Li University of Washington Mechanics.
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