(11) A Short History of Crack Growth Simulation Software Developed at Cornell University
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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 and applications. Each of these programs represented the most advanced and capable fracture simulation programs of their time. On the occasion of his retirement, this talk will review this sequence of programs and highlight their features and the insights they brought to the small, yet important, area of computational mechanics.
Paul Wawrzynek, PhD ‘91Senior Research Associate, Cornell Fracture GroupChief Technology Officer, Fracture Analysis Consultants, Inc.
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