His primary areas of investigation include Composite material, Indentation, Thin film, Coating and Nanotechnology. His research in Elastic modulus, Toughness, Cracking, Nanoindentation and Residual stress are components of Composite material. His Indentation study incorporates themes from Elastomer, Deflection and Constitutive equation.
His research in Constitutive equation tackles topics such as Conical surface which are related to areas like Finite element method, Mechanics and Plasticity. His work focuses on many connections between Thin film and other disciplines, such as Fracture toughness, that overlap with his field of interest in Wedge and Thermal barrier coating. His Coating research integrates issues from Metallurgy, Delamination and Temperature cycling.
His primary areas of study are Composite material, Nanotechnology, Nanoporous, Microfluidics and Delamination. His work carried out in the field of Composite material brings together such families of science as Thin film and Temperature cycling. His Nanoporous research includes elements of Alloy, Metallurgy, Porosity and Thermal treatment.
His research in Microfluidics intersects with topics in Fluidics, Flow control, Electronic circuit and Optoelectronics. His studies deal with areas such as Mechanics and Strain energy release rate as well as Delamination. His Coating study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Thermal expansion and Cracking.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, 3D printing, Delamination, Mechanics and Composite number. His work is connected to Microstructure, Cracking, Coating, Extrusion and Deposition, as a part of Composite material. His work investigates the relationship between Coating and topics such as Temperature cycling that intersect with problems in Surface layer and Thermal expansion.
His Delamination research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in STRIPS, Strain energy release rate and Semi-infinite. Matthew R. Begley has researched Mechanics in several fields, including Steady state, Crack growth resistance curve and Crack tip opening displacement. His Composite number study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Creep, Dislocation and Copper.
His primary areas of investigation include Composite material, Coating, Microfluidics, Nanotechnology and Microstructure. His studies in Composite material integrate themes in fields like Acoustic wave and Anisotropy. His Coating research includes themes of Thermal expansion, Cracking, Delamination and Temperature cycling.
Matthew R. Begley has included themes like Polyester, Pipette, Detection limit and Scanner in his Microfluidics study. His work carried out in the field of Nanotechnology brings together such families of science as Reagent and Inkjet printing. His work is dedicated to discovering how Microstructure, Nozzle are connected with Flow, Contact angle and Wetting and other disciplines.
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The mechanics of size-dependent indentation
Matthew R. Begley;John W. Hutchinson.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (1998)
The Mechanical Response of Freestanding Circular Elastic Films Under Point and Pressure Loads
U. Komaragiri;M. R. Begley;J. G. Simmonds.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (2005)
Nanoporous Gold: Fabrication, Characterization, and Applications
Erkin Seker;Michael L. Reed;Matthew R. Begley.
Frequency-specific flow control in microfluidic circuits with passive elastomeric features
Daniel C. Leslie;Christopher J. Easley;Christopher J. Easley;Erkin Seker;James M. Karlinsey.
Nature Physics (2009)
Response of ytterbium disilicate-silicon environmental barrier coatings to thermal cycling in water vapor
Bradley T. Richards;Kelly A. Young;Foucault de Francqueville;Stephen Sehr.
Acta Materialia (2016)
Spherical indentation of freestanding circular thin films in the membrane regime
Matthew R. Begley;Thomas J. Mackin.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (2004)
Micromechanical models to guide the development of synthetic ‘brick and mortar’ composites
Matthew R. Begley;Noah R. Philips;Brett G. Compton;David V. Wilbrink.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (2012)
The fabrication of low-impedance nanoporous gold multiple-electrode arrays for neural electrophysiology studies
Erkin Seker;Yevgeny Berdichevsky;Matthew R Begley;Michael L Reed.
Characterizing Three‐Dimensional Textile Ceramic Composites Using Synchrotron X‐Ray Micro‐Computed‐Tomography
Hrishikesh Bale;Hrishikesh Bale;Matthew Blacklock;Matthew R. Begley;David B. Marshall.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (2012)
Periodic truss structures
Frank W. Zok;Ryan M. Latture;Matthew R. Begley.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (2016)
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