A Symposium in Honor of Professor Emeritus Anthony R. Ingraffea
Computer Simulation and Physical Testing of Complex Fracturing Processes
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, September 27, 2014

Ingraffea Symposium Directory with Abstracts and URLs.pdf
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Session 1: John Abel, Session Chair
Welcome Remarks by Phillip L. Liu and John Abel
- A Concrete Damage Plasticity Model For Ancient Roman Pozzolanic Concrete Vaulted Structures by Renato Perucchio
- State-Based Peridynamic Lattice Modeling of Reinforced Concrete Structures by Walter Gerstle
- Thunderhead Engineering – Continuing the Rand Hall Ethos by Daniel Swenson

Session 2: Bruce Carter, Session Chair
- Working with Tony is everything it's cracked up to be by Keshav Pingali
- Non-manifold Geometric Modeling as a Framework for Computational Mechanics Simulations by Luiz Fernando Martha
- A Short History of Crack Growth Simulation Software Developed at Cornell University by Paul Wawrzynek

Session 3: Paul Wawrzynek, Session Chair
- 3D Characterization and Modeling of Fatigue Cracks by Anthony D. Rollett
- Multiscale Materials Modeling by Chuin-Shan David Chen
- On the Virtual Crack Extension for Calculating the Energy Release Rate and Its Derivatives by Changyu Hwang

Session 4: Derek Warner, Session Chair
- Methane Emissions Make Shale Gas a Bridge to Nowhere by Robert Howarth
- X-Ray Micro Computed Tomography Based Study of the Effects of Copper-Rich Segregation Structures on Microstructurally-Small Fatigue-Crack Propagation in Al-Cu Alloys by Jacob Hochhalter
- Toward High-Fidelity Multi-Scale Modeling of 3D Crack Evolution by Ashley Spear
Closing Remarks by John F. Abel

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