2001 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His primary areas of investigation include Boundary value problem, Mathematical analysis, Linear elasticity, Representative elementary volume and Composite material. His work deals with themes such as Traction, Micromechanics, Stiffness and Finite element method, which intersect with Boundary value problem. His research in Mathematical analysis intersects with topics in Wave propagation and Geometry.
He interconnects Connection, Randomness, Statistical physics and Random field in the investigation of issues within Linear elasticity. His Statistical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mesoscale meteorology, Volume element, Continuum mechanics and Anisotropy. His studies in Representative elementary volume integrate themes in fields like Scaling, Classical mechanics and Homogenization.
Martin Ostoja-Starzewski mainly focuses on Mathematical analysis, Classical mechanics, Random field, Fractal and Statistical physics. His Mathematical analysis research includes themes of Elasticity, Geometry, Representative elementary volume and Thermoelastic damping. He has researched Random field in several fields, including Isotropy and Randomness.
His work deals with themes such as Cauchy distribution and Wave propagation, which intersect with Fractal. His Statistical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Monte Carlo method and Material properties. His studies in Boundary value problem integrate themes in fields like Linear elasticity, Micromechanics and Stiffness.
His main research concerns Fractal, Random field, Statistical physics, Mathematical analysis and Mechanics. His Fractal study combines topics in areas such as Fractional calculus and Homogenization. His Random field research incorporates elements of Isotropy, Continuum mechanics, Classical mechanics and Tensor.
His Statistical physics research includes themes of Wave propagation, Young's modulus and Entropy. Mathematical analysis and Doppler effect are commonly linked in his work. His study looks at the intersection of Linear elasticity and topics like Randomness with Micromechanics.
Martin Ostoja-Starzewski mostly deals with Mechanics, Fractal, Thermal conduction, Mathematical analysis and Telegrapher's equations. His Mechanics research integrates issues from Wave propagation, Elasticity, Stress and Displacement. The concepts of his Mathematical analysis study are interwoven with issues in Tangential point, Moment and Hurst exponent.
His study focuses on the intersection of Homogenization and fields such as Computational mechanics with connections in the field of Boundary value problem and Micromechanics. His Boundary value problem research includes elements of Randomness and Linear elasticity. His research investigates the link between Statistical physics and topics such as Thrust that cross with problems in Stiffness.
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Universal Elastic Anisotropy Index
Shivakumar I. Ranganathan;Martin Ostoja-Starzewski.
Physical Review Letters (2008)
Material spatial randomness: From statistical to representative volume element☆
Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics (2006)
Thermoelasticity with Finite Wave Speeds
Józef Ignaczak;Martin Ostoja-Starzewski;Martin Ostoja-Starzewski.
Lattice models in micromechanics
Applied Mechanics Reviews (2002)
Microstructural Randomness and Scaling in Mechanics of Materials
Random field models of heterogeneous materials
International Journal of Solids and Structures (1998)
Large eddy simulation of a sheet/cloud cavitation on a NACA0015 hydrofoil
G. Wang;M. Ostoja-Starzewski.
Applied Mathematical Modelling (2007)
On the Size of RVE in Finite Elasticity of Random Composites
Z. F. Khisaeva;M. Ostoja-Starzewski.
Journal of Elasticity (2006)
Microstructural Randomness Versus Representative Volume Element in Thermomechanics
Journal of Applied Mechanics (2002)
Spring network models in elasticity and fracture of composites and polycrystals
M. Ostoja-Starzewski;P.Y. Sheng;K. Alzebdeh.
Computational Materials Science (1996)
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