Anthony R. Ingraffea mostly deals with Finite element method, Fracture mechanics, Fracture, Structural engineering and Stress intensity factor. His research in Finite element method intersects with topics in Paris' law, Mechanics, Computation and Residual stress. His studies in Fracture mechanics integrate themes in fields like Linear elasticity, Computer graphics and Engineering drawing.
The Fracture study which covers Cracking that intersects with Tension, Fracture toughness and Texture. His studies deal with areas such as Fluid dynamics and Boundary as well as Structural engineering. The Stress intensity factor study combines topics in areas such as Point, Singularity, Geometry, Mathematical analysis and Element.
His primary areas of investigation include Structural engineering, Finite element method, Fracture mechanics, Fracture and Stress intensity factor. His study looks at the intersection of Structural engineering and topics like Fracture toughness with Toughness. His work in Finite element method addresses issues such as Mechanics, which are connected to fields such as Lattice and Microstructure.
As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Fracture mechanics, focusing on Geotechnical engineering and, on occasion, Fluid dynamics. His Fracture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Beam, Cracking, Residual strength, Compression and Strength of materials. Stress intensity factor and Mathematical analysis are commonly linked in his work.
Structural engineering, Finite element method, Composite material, Fracture and Mechanics are his primary areas of study. His research in Crack growth resistance curve, Crack closure, Stress intensity factor and Fracture mechanics are components of Structural engineering. His Fracture mechanics study incorporates themes from Residual strength, Classification of discontinuities and Lamellar structure.
In his works, Anthony R. Ingraffea performs multidisciplinary study on Finite element method and Nucleation. His work carried out in the field of Composite material brings together such families of science as Crystallography and Finite element approach. The various areas that Anthony R. Ingraffea examines in his Fracture study include Dynamic loading, Mixed finite element method, Work and Computational mechanics.
Anthony R. Ingraffea focuses on Natural gas, Environmental engineering, Finite element method, Hydraulic fracturing and Electricity generation. Anthony R. Ingraffea interconnects Hydrology, Oil shale, Unconventional oil and Petroleum engineering in the investigation of issues within Natural gas. His work deals with themes such as Atmospheric methane and Associated petroleum gas, which intersect with Oil shale.
His Environmental engineering study deals with Fossil fuel intersecting with Coal, GHG footprint and Casing. His Finite element method study deals with the bigger picture of Structural engineering. His Structural engineering research incorporates themes from Work and Deformation.
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Methane and the greenhouse-gas footprint of natural gas from shale formations
Robert W. Howarth;Renee Santoro;Anthony Ingraffea.
Climatic Change (2011)
Two‐dimensional stress intensity factor computations using the boundary element method
George E. Blandford;Anthony R. Ingraffea;James A. Liggett.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (1981)
Natural gas: Should fracking stop?
Robert W. Howarth;Anthony Ingraffea;Terry Engelder.
Social networks, communication styles, and learning performance in a CSCL community
Hichang Cho;Barry Davidson;Anthony Ingraffea.
Computer Education (2007)
Quasi-automatic simulation of crack propagation for 2D LEFM problems
T.N. Bittencourt;P.A. Wawrzynek;A.R. Ingraffea;J.L. Sousa.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (1996)
Reengineering Aircraft Structural Life Prediction Using a Digital Twin
Eric J. Tuegel;Anthony R. Ingraffea;Thomas G. Eason;S. Michael Spottswood.
International Journal of Aerospace Engineering (2011)
SUGGESTED METHODS FOR DETERMINING THE FRACTURE TOUGHNESS OF ROCK.
J A Franklin;Sun Zongqi;B K Atkinson;P C Meredith.
International journal of rock mechanics and mining sciences & geomechanics abstracts , 25 (2) pp. 71-96. (1988) (1988)
Stress‐intensity factor computation in three dimensions with quarter‐point elements
Anthony R. Ingraffea;Corneliu Manu.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (1980)
Toward a better understanding and quantification of methane emissions from shale gas development
Dana R. Caulton;Paul B. Shepson;Renee L. Santoro;Jed P. Sparks.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2014)
Numerical modeling of discrete crack propagation in reinforced and plain concrete
A. R. Ingraffea;V. Saouma.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics
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