Research Engineer, Structures
In this project, we are interested in the development of material models to capture the fracture and failure of engineering materials, both in quasi-static and dynamic loading conditions. It is envisioned that the model will be able to regularise the strain-softening response in the numerical simulations, and to capture complex crack profiles under sophisticated loading conditions. The initial work will focus on quasi-brittle materials.
The applicant should have a good Bachelor’s degree in a discipline relevant to the project. The applicant should be proficient in
- Continuum mechanics
- Non-linear finite element method
- Nonlocal theory
with relevant experience in the following:
- Commercial FE packages, particularly ABAQUS
- Writing of subroutines for numerical implementation
- Nonlocal gradient enhancement
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Location: Kent Ridge Campus
Organization: College of Design and Engineering
Department : Civil and Environmental Engineering
Employee Referral Eligible: No
Job requisition ID: 12493