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Tensile Testing of Metals - Sword Flexibility
01 Mar 2016 |
Posted by Tanya Faltens
If you want a great example of Elasticity vs Plasticity-- check out this video. In the supplemental material for "The Princess Bride", the master swordsman who helped coach the...
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22 Jul 2015 | Tools | Contributor(s): Juan Camilo Lopez, Rohit Kaushal Tripathy, Ilias Bilionis, Marcial Gonzalez
Allows the user to sample properties of granular chains under uncertainty propagation
Homework assignment: learning about elastic constants via molecular dynamics simulations
11 Mar 2015 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Alejandro Strachan, David Ray Johnson
In this homework assignment students will use molecular dynamics to compute the elastic constants of metals using an embedded atom model to describe atomic interactions. They will deform a...
nanoHUB Materials Simulation Homework: Engineering the Yield Stress of a Material
26 Feb 2015 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Marisol Koslowski, Tanya Faltens
This homework assignment uses the nanoplasticity lab simulation tool to enable students to explore how grain size and the competing plastic deformation mechanisms of dislocation motion and grain...
Mechanical Behavior of MEMS/NEMS
27 Feb 2014 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Yong Zhu
This lecture covers mechanical testing methods and behaviors of thin films and nanostructures. This lecture is related to the activities at the NSF Nanosystems Engineering Research Center (NERC)...
02 Aug 2013 | Tools | Contributor(s): Martin Hunt, Lei Cao, Alejandro Strachan, Marisol Koslowski
A phase field approach to plastic deformation in nano crystalline materials
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David Ray Johnson
Professor Johnson has been on the faculty in Purdue’s School of Materials Engineering since 1998, after four years on research staff at Kyoto University in Japan. He holds two...