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<ref name="Horst_2009">M.F. Horstemeyer, X.C. Ren,H. Fang, E. Acar,and P.T. Wang, "A comparative study of design optimisation methodologies for side-impact crashworthiness,using injury-based versus energy-based criterion," International Journal of Crashworthiness,Vol. 14, No. 2, April 2009, 125–138. [[Media:110.Ren.dummy.crash.pdf‎|--link]]</ref>.
 
<ref name="Horst_2009">M.F. Horstemeyer, X.C. Ren,H. Fang, E. Acar,and P.T. Wang, "A comparative study of design optimisation methodologies for side-impact crashworthiness,using injury-based versus energy-based criterion," International Journal of Crashworthiness,Vol. 14, No. 2, April 2009, 125–138. [[Media:110.Ren.dummy.crash.pdf‎|--link]]</ref>.
  
[[Image:HelmetHeadImpact2.gif|600px| A study on the effect of impacts to the head in a football helmet]]
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[[Image:120turtlepaper2009.gif|300px | A study on the structure and mechanical behavior of the Terrapene carolina carapace:A pathway to design bio-inspired synthetic composites ]]
 
[[Image:120turtlepaper2009.gif|300px | A study on the structure and mechanical behavior of the Terrapene carolina carapace:A pathway to design bio-inspired synthetic composites ]]

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Contents

Structural Scale Animations

A comparative study of design optimisation methodologies for side-impact crashworthiness,using injury-based versus energy-based criterion. [1].

HelmetHeadImpact2.gif

A study on the structure and mechanical behavior of the Terrapene carolina carapace:A pathway to design bio-inspired synthetic composites

[2]


Movie capturing high strain rate deformation of polycarbonate.  Shown as a difference image between successive frames, so movement triggers an intensity other than gray.

Movie capturing high strain rate deformation of polycarbonate.

Movie capturing tube forming process from sheet steel.

Macroscale Animations

Mesoscale Animations

Microscale Animations

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Nanoscale Animations

 Tensile Loading of an Aluminum Single Crystal.  Movie showing deformation of single crystal aluminum loaded in the <100> direction at a strain rate of 1010 s-1 and a temperature of 300 K.

 Polymer Atomistic Research.  Movie showing deformation of an amorphous polyethylene structure with 20 chains of 1000 monomers length.  The strain rate is 1010 s-1 and the temperature is 100 K[4][5].

Electronic Scale Animations

References

  1. M.F. Horstemeyer, X.C. Ren,H. Fang, E. Acar,and P.T. Wang, "A comparative study of design optimisation methodologies for side-impact crashworthiness,using injury-based versus energy-based criterion," International Journal of Crashworthiness,Vol. 14, No. 2, April 2009, 125–138. --link
  2. H. Rhee, M.F. Horstemeyer,Y. Hwang,H. Lim,H. El Kadiri, W. Trim "A study on the structure and mechanical behavior of the Terrapene carolina carapace:A pathway to design bio-inspired synthetic composites," Materials Science and Engineering,29 (2009) 2333–2339--link
  3. Raabe, Dierk. Discrete Dislocation Dynamics Simulations (DDD)
  4. Hossain, D., Tschopp, M.A., Ward, D.K., Bouvard, J.L., Wang, P., Horstemeyer, M.F.,"Molecular dynamics simulations of deformation mechanisms of amorphous polyethylene," Polymer, 51 (2010) 6071-6083.
  5. Tschopp, M.A., Ward, D.K., Bouvard, J.L., Horstemeyer, M.F., "Atomic Scale Deformation Mechanisms of Amorphous Polyethylene under Tensile Loading," TMS 2011 Conference Proceedings, accepted.
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