Computational Modeling of Multiphysical Fields
at ORAU Workforce Solutions

Date Posted: 2/6/2019

Opportunity Description

Computational Modeling of Coupled Multiphysical Fields in Solids Research opportunities exist for modeling highly transient, coupled, multiphysical fields in solids using analytical, finite element, finite difference, peridynamic, and other computational methods. Emphasis is placed on model validation with experiments, and verification with analytical solutions to transient coupled-field boundary value problems involving wave propagation, electromagnetic fields in finitely deformed matter, fluid-structure interaction associated with shock, impact, dynamic fracture, and fragmentation phenomena. Additional research opportunities exist in the area of multiscale modeling of material microstructures and their optimization using genetic programming and computational geometric methods for use in conjunction with large-scale finite element and other computational solvers. References Wildman RA, O’Grady JT, Gazonas GA: International Journal of Fracture, 207(1): 41–53, 2017. Gazonas GA, Velo AP, Wildman RA: International Journal of Solids and Structures 38-57, 2016. Wildman, RA, Gazonas, GA: Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures10: 613, 2015. Gazonas, GA, et al: Archive of Applied Mechanics: DOI 10.1007/s00419-015-1042-3, 2015. Gazonas, GA, et al: International Journal of Solids and Structures 75-76: 172, 2015. This research opportunity aligns with the ARL S&T MATERIALS RESEARCH CAMPAIGN: Advanced Mechanics of Materials, as well as in the COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCES CAMPAIGN: Computational Mathematics and Algorithms Keywords: Multiphysical modeling; Multiscale modeling; Wave propagation; Electromagnetics; Computational mechanics; Homogenization methods; Topology optimization; Dynamic fracture

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