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学术报告——Research on Deformation and Failure of Material under Multiple Interacting Stimuli

主讲题目: Research on Deformation and Failure of Material under Multiple Interacting Stimuli   

  人:Pranav Shrotriya教授

    间:2017年7月6日(周四)下午3:00

    点:河西校区主楼C区报告厅

欢迎广大师生踊跃参加! 

机械工程学院

                       天津市轻工与食品工程机械装备

集成设计与在线监控重点实验室

2017年7月4日

 

Abstract: I will present a brief overview of Iowa State University and research activities of my group.  Founded in 1858, Iowa State is one of the nations first land-grant universities.  Today, ISU is a Carnegie Doctoral/Research-Extensive university and enrolls ~36,000 students (including ~7,000 grad). 

My group current research is broadly directed towards revitalizing manufacturing infrastructure, improving health care, and detecting biological and chemical threats. My research group has utilized unique experimental setups, analytical modeling and computational simulations to make significant contributions in the following areas: 

1. Thermal shock induced phase transformation and fracture of superhard materials

2. Loading and stress assisted surface degradation of biomedical materials

3. Chemical reaction and biological binding induced surface deformation

4. Conformation changes in oligomers under electrical field

Unique aspect of our work is the design and implementation of one-of-a-kind innovative experimental setups that can resolve the combined influence of multiple stimuli on material response with high resolution and repeatability. 

主讲人简介Pranav Shrotriya is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.  Before joining Iowa State University in fall 2003, he was a post-doctoral research associate in Division of Engineering at Brown University from July 2002 to August 2003 and in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University from December 2001 to June 2002.  He received B.Tech degree in Mechanical engineering from IIT Bombay and his PhD and MS degrees in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  His research interests are in describing how materials deform and fail under interacting mechanical and environmental stimuli such as thermal, chemical and electrical fields.