2010 - Warner T. Koiter Medal, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His study on Geometry is interrelated to topics such as Plane (geometry) and Axial symmetry. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Plane (geometry) and Geometry in his work. His Structural engineering research incorporates elements of Buckling and Forensic engineering. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Forensic engineering and Structural engineering in his work. His Mathematical analysis study frequently involves adjacent topics like Boundary value problem and Boundary (topology). He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Boundary value problem and Finite element method via his papers. His Finite element method study frequently links to related topics such as Material failure theory. His Boundary (topology) study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Mathematical analysis. Void (composites) and Porous medium are fields of study that intersect with his Porosity research.
Composite material is closely attributed to Shear (geology) in his research. His work blends Mechanics and Geometry studies together. Nicolas Triantafyllidis integrates several fields in his works, including Geometry and Mechanics. He connects Structural engineering with Buckling in his study. His study deals with a combination of Buckling and Structural engineering. His Quantum mechanics study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Instability. His Finite element method study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Constitutive equation. His Thermodynamics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Finite element method. His research brings together the fields of Bifurcation and Nonlinear system.
Geometry is intertwined with Honeycomb, Square (algebra), Scaling and Inverse in his research. His research on Scaling often connects related areas such as Geometry. His research on Optics often connects related areas such as Isotropy and Wavelength. In his works, Nicolas Triantafyllidis undertakes multidisciplinary study on Wavelength and Optics. The study of Composite material is intertwined with the study of Deformation (meteorology) in a number of ways. His research ties Composite material and Deformation (meteorology) together. His research combines Elastic instability and Instability. Nicolas Triantafyllidis regularly links together related areas like Diffusion in his Quantum mechanics studies. His research on Diffusion frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Quantum mechanics.
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A gradient approach to localization of deformation. I. Hyperelastic materials
Nicolas Triantafyllidis;Elias C. Aifantis.
Journal of Elasticity (1986)
Homogenization of nonlinearly elastic materials, microscopic bifurcation and macroscopic loss of rank-one convexity
Giuseppe Geymonat;Stefan Müller;Nicolas Triantafyllidis.
Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis (1993)
Experiments and modeling of iron-particle-filled magnetorheological elastomers
K. Danas;S.V. Kankanala;N. Triantafyllidis;N. Triantafyllidis.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (2012)
On finitely strained magnetorheological elastomers
S.V. Kankanala;N. Triantafyllidis.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (2004)
ONSET OF FAILURE IN ALUMINUM HONEYCOMBS UNDER GENERAL IN-PLANE LOADING
N. Triantafyllidis;M.W. Schraad.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (1998)
On the stability of Kelvin cell foams under compressive loads
L. Gong;S. Kyriakides;N. Triantafyllidis.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (2005)
On the Comparison Between Microscopic and Macroscopic Instability Mechanisms in a Class of Fiber-Reinforced Composites
N. Triantafyllidis;B. N. Maker.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (1985)
THE INFLUENCE OF SCALE SIZE ON THE STABILITY OF PERIODIC SOLIDS AND THE ROLE OF ASSOCIATED HIGHER ORDER GRADIENT CONTINUUM MODELS
N. Triantafyllidis;S. Bardenhagen.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (1996)
On higher order gradient continuum theories in 1-D nonlinear elasticity. Derivation from and comparison to the corresponding discrete models
Nicolas Triantafyllidis;S. Bardenhagen.
Journal of Elasticity (1993)
Void Growth and Local Necking in Biaxially Stretched Sheets
A. Needleman;N. Triantafyllidis.
Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology-transactions of The Asme (1978)
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