2014 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Structural engineering is closely attributed to Residual strength in his study. In most of his Residual strength studies, his work intersects topics such as Structural engineering. His Composite material study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Fracture (geology). His Fracture (geology) study often links to related topics such as Composite material. His Composite number study frequently links to related topics such as Composite laminates. Composite laminates is closely attributed to Composite number in his work. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Peridynamics and Continuum mechanics in his work. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Continuum mechanics and Peridynamics in his work. The study of Finite element method is intertwined with the study of Strain energy density function in a number of ways.
His Structural engineering study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Composite laminates. His Structural engineering research extends to the thematically linked field of Composite laminates. His work in Composite material is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Composite number. His study on Composite number is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Composite material. Erdogan Madenci conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Finite element method and Boundary value problem through his works. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Boundary value problem and Finite element method research. Erdogan Madenci combines Mathematical analysis and Geometry in his studies. Erdogan Madenci incorporates Geometry and Mathematical analysis in his studies. His Mechanics study typically links adjacent topics like Continuum mechanics.
Composite laminates, Micromechanics, Stiffness and Fiber are fields of study that intersect with his Composite material research. His research combines Composite number and Composite laminates. Much of his study explores Composite number relationship to Micromechanics. Stiffness is closely attributed to Structural engineering in his work. His research on Structural engineering often connects related areas such as Displacement field. Erdogan Madenci links relevant scientific disciplines such as Reduction (mathematics), Curvature and Modulus in the realm of Geometry. He connects Reduction (mathematics) with Finite element method in his study. His Stress field research extends to Finite element method, which is thematically connected. In his study, Erdogan Madenci carries out multidisciplinary Curvature and Geometry research.
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The Finite Element Method and Applications in Engineering Using ANSYS
Erdogan Madenci;Ibrahim Guven.
Peridynamic Theory and Its Applications
Erdogan Madenci;Erkan Oterkus.
An adaptive dynamic relaxation method for quasi-static simulations using the peridynamic theory
B. Kilic;E. Madenci.
Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics (2010)
Experimental investigation of low-velocity impact characteristics of sandwich composites
T. Anderson;E. Madenci.
Composite Structures (2000)
Peridynamic theory for progressive damage prediction in center-cracked composite laminates
B. Kilic;A. Agwai;E. Madenci.
Composite Structures (2009)
Peridynamic thermal diffusion
Selda Oterkus;Erdogan Madenci;Abigail Agwai.
Journal of Computational Physics (2014)
Ordinary state-based peridynamics for plastic deformation according to von Mises yield criteria with isotropic hardening
Erdogan Madenci;Selda Oterkus.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (2016)
Toward the development of miniaturized imaging systems for detection of pre-cancer
M.R. Descour;A.H.O. Karkkainen;J.D. Rogers;Chen Liang.
IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics (2002)
Predicting crack propagation with peridynamics: a comparative study
Abigail Agwai;Ibrahim Guven;Erdogan Madenci.
International Journal of Fracture (2011)
Prediction of crack paths in a quenched glass plate by using peridynamic theory
Bahattin Kilic;Erdogan Madenci.
International Journal of Fracture (2009)
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