Experimental Measurement and Numerical Simulation of Advanced Composite Materials
This topic involves advanced measurement technology, constitutive parameter inversion and numerical simulation methods of mechanics in flexible / soft / biological / fiber / intelligent composite materials and structures, including structural dynamics / solid mechanics / fluid mechanics / thermodynamics / material mechanics / biomechanics / composite mechanics / computational mechanics / experimental mechanics, etc.
(1) Advanced measurement technologies: Digital image correlation (DIC), Speckle interferemetry, Fringe projection profilemetry, Raman spectroscopy, micro-CT, Optical coherence tomography (OCT), Ultrasonic phased array, Infrared technology, Acoustic emission, and so on.
(2) Experimental/ numerical inversion methods: finite element updating method (FEUM), virtual field method (VFM), pseudo-excitation method, artificial neural network (ANN), data driven method, deep learning, and so on.
(3) Numerical simulation methods: solid-fluid-thermo Simulation based on CAE software (Ansys, Abaqus, Nastran, Adina and so on), machine learning and numerical simulation method based on big data, data driven computational mechanics, and so on.
(4) Composite materials and structure: flexible materials, soft materials, biological materials, fiber composite materials, PZT composite materials and its structures.
Please select "Special Session 1: Experimental measurement and numerical simulation of advanced composite materials"
Chair: Prof. Zhenkun Lei, Dalian University of Technology, China
Zhenkun Lei is currently working in the Department of Engineering Mechanics of Dalian University of Technology. His research focuses on the mechanical behavior of composite structures and bio / nano / soft / materials, using finite element modeling and advanced experimental measurement techniques.
Co-chair: Prof. Ruixiang Bai, Dalian University of Technology, China
Ruixiang Bai is currently working in the Department of Engineering Mechanics of Dalian University of Technology. His research focuses on composite computational mechanics.