Computational and experimental mechanics

Use of computational tools in the modelling of thermo-mechanical history of material (elements) during their formation, processing and final design, in order to be able to quantitatively predict product properties.
Principles from fluid and solid mechanics to a diversity of problems in the design of materials and precision products made of polymers and metals and combinations thereof, including the modeling of the manufacturing processes necessary to make the products. Multi-scale solid mechanics plays a crucial role, since it couples structure to properties. Fluid mechanics is important, since the final structure is generally obtained by mixing components in their molten state or by using liquid-liquid or solid-liquid phase separation. On the other hand it is also obvious that the processing determines the resulting structure, which renders rheology in complex geometry’s a key-area.

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