Her primary areas of investigation include Mechanics, Lubrication, Composite material, Structural engineering and Biomedical engineering. Her study in Mechanics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Classical mechanics, Shock, Relaxation, Fluid bearing and Dislocation. Daniele Dini has researched Lubrication in several fields, including Fluid dynamics, Plane and Tribology.
Her Composite material study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Self-healing hydrogels. The study incorporates disciplines such as Strain gradient and High stress in addition to Structural engineering. Her Biomedical engineering research integrates issues from Cartilage and Anatomy.
Daniele Dini mainly investigates Mechanics, Composite material, Structural engineering, Lubrication and Contact mechanics. Her Mechanics research incorporates elements of Surface roughness, Surface finish, Surface and Classical mechanics. Her Composite material study frequently involves adjacent topics like Self-healing hydrogels.
Her Structural engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Slip and Stress. Her Lubrication study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Cavitation. As part of her studies on Contact area, she often connects relevant subjects like Dissipation.
Daniele Dini mostly deals with Mechanics, Composite material, Lubrication, Adhesion and Biomedical engineering. Her Mechanics study incorporates themes from Joint and Coating. Viscoelasticity is closely connected to Contact mechanics in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Composite material.
Daniele Dini has researched Lubrication in several fields, including Work, Shear, Tribology, Cavitation and Bearing. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ball, Shear rate and Lubricant. Her Biomedical engineering research incorporates themes from Cartilage and Anisotropy.
Her primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Composite material, Microstructure, Biomedical engineering and Interfacial stress. Her Mechanics study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Lubrication. Her Lubrication study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Surface finish, Lubricant, Shear, Continuum mechanics and Tribology.
Many of her studies on Composite material apply to Contact mechanics as well. Her Biomedical engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cartilage and Anisotropy. As part of the same scientific family, Daniele Dini usually focuses on Interfacial stress, concentrating on Crystallite and intersecting with Surface.
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Recent developments in the understanding of fretting fatigue
D. Nowell;D. Dini;D.A. Hills.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (2006)
Modeling and simulation in tribology across scales: An overview
A. I. Vakis;V. A. Yastrebov;J. Scheibert;L. Nicola;L. Nicola.
Tribology International (2018)
Meeting the Contact-Mechanics Challenge
Martin H. Müser;Wolf B. Dapp;Romain Bugnicourt;Romain Bugnicourt;Philippe Sainsot.
Tribology Letters (2017)
Comparative assessment of dissipated energy and other fatigue criteria
Alexander M. Korsunsky;Daniele Dini;Fionn P.E. Dunne;Michael J. Walsh.
International Journal of Fatigue (2007)
Combinatorial scaffold morphologies for zonal articular cartilage engineering
J.A.M. Steele;S.D. McCullen;A. Callanan;H. Autefage.
Acta Biomaterialia (2014)
A Mass-Conserving Complementarity Formulation to Study Lubricant Films in the Presence of Cavitation
Matteo Giacopini;Mark T. Fowell;Daniele Dini;Antonio Strozzi.
Journal of Tribology-transactions of The Asme (2010)
Significant and stable drag reduction with air rings confined by alternated superhydrophobic and hydrophilic strips
Haibao Hu;Jun Wen;Luyao Bao;Laibing Jia.
Science Advances (2017)
Microstructural pore changes and energy dissipation in Gosford sandstone during pre-failure loading using X-ray CT
Adnan Sufian;Adrian R. Russell.
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences (2013)
Detailed finite element modelling of deep needle insertions into a soft tissue phantom using a cohesive approach.
Matthew Oldfield;Daniele Dini;Gianpaolo Giordano;Ferdinando Rodriguez y Baena.
Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering (2013)
Advances in nonequilibrium molecular dynamics simulations of lubricants and additives
J. P. Ewen;D. M. Heyes;D. Dini.
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