Publications

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PhD Dissertations

Three-Dimensional Finite Element Analysis of Cyclic Fatigue Crack Growth of Multiple Surface Flaws. June, 1980. Corneliu Manu.

Automatic Two-Dimensional Quasi-Static and Fatigue Crack Propagation Using the Boundary Element Method. January, 1981. George E. Blandford.

Interactive Finite Element Analysis of Reinforced Concrete: A Fracture Mechanics Approach. January, 1981. Victor E. Saouma

An Intergrated Boundary Element Analysis System with Interactive Computer Graphics for Three – Dimensional Linear Fracture Mechanics January, 1984. Renato S. Perucchio

Finite and Boundary Element Modelling of Crack Propagation in Two- and Three – Dimensions Using Interactive Computer Graphics January, 1986. Walter H. Gerstle

Modeling Mixed – Mode Dynamic Crack Propagation Using Finite Elements January, 1986. Daniel V. Swenson

Simulation of Crack Propagation in Poroelastic Rock With Application to Hydrofracturing and In – Situ Stress Measurement January, 1989. Thomas J. Boone

Topological and Geometrical Modeling Approach to Numerical Discretization and Arbitrary Fracture Simulation in Three-Dimensions August, 1989. Luiz Martha

Numerical Methods for Hypersingular and Near-Singular Boundary Integrals in Fracture Mechanics May, 1991. Earlin lutz

Discrete Modelling of Crack Propagation: Theoretical Aspects and Implementation Issues in Two and Three Dimensions August, 1991. Paul A. Wawrzynek

Three-Dimensional Simulation of Near-Wellbore Phenomena Related to Hydraulic Fracturing from a Perforated Wellbore May, 1992. Jose Sousa

Computer Simulation of Linear and Nonlinear Crack Propagation in Cementitious Materials May, 1993. Tulio Bittencourt

A Methodology for Simulation of Curvilinear Crack Growth in Pressurized Shells August, 1993. David Potyondy

Experimental Validation Testing of Numerical Prediction Techniques for Three-Dimensional Fracture and Fatigue June, 1995. William Riddell

Crack Growth Simulation and Residual Strength Prediction in Thin Shell Structures January, 1999. Chuin-Shan Chen

Virtual Crack Extension Method for Calculating Rates of Energy Release Rate and Numerical Simulation of Crack Growth in Two and Three Dimensions January, 1999. Changyu Hwang

Crack Turning in Integrally Stiffened Aircraft Structures August, 2000. Richard Pettit

An Experimental-Computational Evaluation of the Accuracy of Fracture Toughness Tests on Concrete August, 2000. James Hanson

Interface Modeling of Composite Material Degradation May, 2001. Tong-Seok Han

Modeling and Simulation of Fatigue Crack Growth in Metals Using LEFM and a Damage-Based Cohesive Model May, 2004. Ani Ural

Decohesion of Grain Boundaries in Three-Dimensional Statistical Representations of Aluminum Polycrystals, August, 2006 Erin Iesulauro

DDSIM: A Hierarchical, Probabilistic, Multiscale Damage And Durability Simulation Methodology John Emery

Finite Element Simulations of Fatigue Crack Stages in AA 7075-T651 Microstructure, August 2010 Jake Hochhalter

Geometrically explicit finite element modeling of AA7075-T651 microstructure with fatigue cracks, August 2010 Mike Veilleux

Numerical and Experimental Studies of Three-Dimensional Crack Evolution in Aluminum Alloys: Macroscale to Microscale, May, 2014 Ashley Spear

Investigation of Multiscale Damage Initiation and Propagation Capabilities, May, 2014 Albert Cerrone

Three-Dimensional Simulation of Arbitrary Crack Growth, May, 2014 Brett Davis

Master’s Theses

A Fracture Mechanics Analysis of the Fontana Dam. May, 1981, John Chappell

Mixed-Mode Crack Propagation in Mortar and Concrete. January, 1982, Manrique Arrea

The Fracture Mechanics of Bond in Reinforced Concrete. May, 1982, Walter Gerstle

Concrete Fracture: A Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics Approach. August, 1992, David Catalano

Interactive and Graphic Two – Dimensional Fatigue Crack Propagation Analysis Using Boundary Element Method. January, 1983, Kodwo Otseidu

An Experimental Investigation of Fatigue Cracking in Welded Crane Runway Girders Due to Wheel Induced Stresses. January, 1986, Kirk I. Mettam

Interactive Finite Element Analysis of Fracture Processes: An Integrated Approach. May 1987, Paul A. Wawrzynek

Case Studies of Cracking of Concrete Dams – A Linear Elastic Approach. January 1988, Wern Steve Lin

Fracture Analysis Code: A Computer – Aided Teaching Tool. January 1988, Maya Srinivasan

Two-Dimensional Numerical Evaluation of Near Wellbore Phenomena: Perforation Performance & Interacting Hydraulic Fractures. May 1990, Stephen James Lamkin

On Finite Element Analysis of Face Sheet Cracking in Honeycomb Core Sandwich Panels. January 1999, Ken Ferguson

Simulating Fatigue Crack Growth in Spiral Bevel Gears. August 1999, Lisa Spievak

Cracking Dams: An Interactive Web Site for K12. August 1999, Megann Polaha

Experimental Investigations into Damage Tolerance of Honeycomb Sandwich Panels. August 1999, Ani Ural

Decohesion of Grain Boundaries in Statistical Representations of Aluminum Polycrystals. January 2000, Erin Iesulauro

Simulations of Crack Initiation in Aluminum Alloys with Inclusions. January 2000, Ketan Dodhia

An evaluation of surface cracks in welded components of nuclear reactor vessels, John Emery

A 2D Multiscale Procedure for Fatigue Crack Nucleation, May 2007, Jeff Bozek

Finite Element Model Generation of Statistically Accurate 7075-T651 Aluminum Alloy Microstructures, May 2007, Mike Veilleux

Method for calculating G, GI, and GII to simulate crack growth in 2D, multiple-material structures, May, 2014, Erin Oneida