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Browsing A Symposium in Honor of Professor Emeritus Anthony R. Ingraffea by Title
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(00) Welcome Remarks
Liu, Phillip L. (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927) 
(01) A Concrete Damage Plasticity Model For Ancient Roman Pozzolanic Concrete Vaulted
Perucchio, Renato (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)The invention of pozzolanic concrete (opus caementicium) provided ancient Roman engineers with an extraordinarily versatile and durable building material, which made possible the construction of some of the largest and ... 
(02) A Concrete Damage Plasticity Model For Ancient Roman Pozzolanic Concrete Vaulted (slides)
Perucchio, Renato (20140927)The invention of pozzolanic concrete (opus caementicium) provided ancient Roman engineers with an extraordinarily versatile and durable building material, which made possible the construction of some of the largest and ... 
(03) StateBased Peridynamic Lattice Modeling of Reinforced Concrete Structures
Gerstle, Walter (InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)Continuum peridynamics provides an alternative to continuum mechanics. However, peridynamics is more general because it allows cracks to emerge. However, peridynamics requires further discretization to be implemented on ... 
(04) StateBased Peridynamic Lattice Modeling of Reinforced Concrete Structures (slides)
Gerstle, Walter (InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)Continuum peridynamics provides an alternative to continuum mechanics. However, peridynamics is more general because it allows cracks to emerge. However, peridynamics requires further discretization to be implemented on a ... 
(05) Thunderhead Engineering – Continuing the Rand Hall Ethos
Swenson, Daniel (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)Tony Ingraffea inspired us. In me, he reinforced the love of programming and amazement at the ability of applied mathematics to represent the real world. At some level, we all want people to recognize and appreciate what ... 
(06) Thunderhead Engineering – Continuing the Rand Hall Ethos (slides)
Swenson, Daniel (he InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)Tony Ingraffea inspired us. In me, he reinforced the love of programming and amazement at the ability of applied mathematics to represent the real world. At some level, we all want people to recognize and appreciate what ... 
(07) Working with Tony is everything it's cracked up to be
Pingali, Keshav (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)Back in 2000, NSF awarded a consortium of universities, led by Cornell, one of the first large Information Technology Research (ITR) grants for a project titled "Adaptive Software for Fielddriven Simulations." As the ... 
(08) Working with Tony is everything it's cracked up to be (slides)
Pingali, Keshav (The InternetFirst University Press, 20141103)Back in 2000, NSF awarded a consortium of universities, led by Cornell, one of the first large Information Technology Research (ITR) grants for a project titled "Adaptive Software for Fielddriven Simulations." As the ... 
(09) Nonmanifold Geometric Modeling as a Framework for Computational Mechanics
Martha, Luiz Fernando (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)Geometric modeling is an area of computer graphics that deals with creation, manipulation, maintenance, and analysis of representations of geometric forms of two and threedimensional objects. It is applied in several ... 
(10) Nonmanifold Geometric Modeling as a Framework for Computational Mechanics (slides)
Martha, Luiz Fernando (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)Geometric modeling is an area of computer graphics that deals with creation, manipulation, maintenance, and analysis of representations of geometric forms of two and threedimensional objects. It is applied in several ... 
(11) A Short History of Crack Growth Simulation Software Developed at Cornell University
Wawrzynek, Paul (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)During his 37 years at Cornell University, Dr. Anthony Ingraffea has inspired his graduate students to create a series of computer programs for simulating fracture propagation for a wide variety of engineering materials ... 
(12) A Short History of Crack Growth Simulation Software Developed at Cornell University (slides)
Wawrzynek, Paul (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)During his 37 years at Cornell University, Dr. Anthony Ingraffea has inspired his graduate students to create a series of computer programs for simulating fracture propagation for a wide variety of engineering materials ... 
(13) 3D Characterization and Modeling of Fatigue Cracks
Rollett, Anthony D. (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)Enormous strides have been made in quantifying the growth of fatigue cracks over the years and incorporating that understanding in predictions of component lifetime. Nevertheless, it is clear that the behavior of short ... 
(14) 3D Characterization and Modeling of Fatigue Cracks (slides)
Rollett, Anthony D. (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)Enormous strides have been made in quantifying the growth of fatigue cracks over the years and incorporating that understanding in predictions of component lifetime. Nevertheless, it is clear that the behavior of short ... 
(15) Multiscale Materials Modeling
Chen, ChuinShan David (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)Fracturing processes occur at different materials length scales and naturally call for multiscale modeling. In this talk, I will present my journey on multiscale materials modeling, descended from my Ph.D. and Postdoc ... 
(16) Multiscale Materials Modeling (slides)
Chen, ChuinShan David (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)Fracturing processes occur at different materials length scales and naturally call for multiscale modeling. In this talk, I will present my journey on multiscale materials modeling, descended from my Ph.D. and Postdoc ... 
(17) On the Virtual Crack Extension for Calculating the Energy Release Rate and Its Derivatives
Hwang, Changyu (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)This presentation introduces a numerical method for calculating the energy release rates and their higher order derivatives for a multiply cracked body under general mixednode conditions in two and three dimensions. This ... 
(18) On the Virtual Crack Extension for Calculating the Energy Release Rate and Its (slides)
Hwang, Changyu (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)This presentation introduces a numerical method for calculating the energy release rates and their higher order derivatives for a multiply cracked body under general mixednode conditions in two and three dimensions. This ... 
(19) Methane Emissions Make Shale Gas a Bridge to Nowhere
Howarth, Robert (The InternetFirst University Press, 20140927)Only in the past decade of so have two technologies (highvolume hydraulic fracturing and precision directional drilling) combined to allow extracting natural gas from shale, and half of all shale gas ever developed has ...