His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Toughness, Mechanics, Fracture and Composite number. His study in Engineering drawing extends to Composite material with its themes. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Armour, Hardening, Waviness, Dissipation and Microstructure.
The Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Brittleness, Finite element method and Grain boundary. Pablo D. Zavattieri combines subjects such as Fracture toughness, Adhesive, Fracture mechanics and Deformation with his study of Fracture. His study in the field of Carbon fibers is also linked to topics like Aerospace, Carbon chemistry and Fabrication.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Finite element method, Mechanics, Structural engineering and Nanotechnology. Microstructure, Toughness, Fracture mechanics, Composite number and Fracture are among the areas of Composite material where Pablo D. Zavattieri concentrates his study. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Microstructure, Penetration and Strain hardening exponent is strongly linked to Ceramic.
His Finite element method study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Plasticity, Numerical analysis and Dissipation. His studies in Mechanics integrate themes in fields like Brittleness, Volume, Grain boundary and Anisotropy. His Structural engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mixed mode and Deformation.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Stiffness, Finite element method, Damage tolerance and Composite number. As a part of the same scientific family, Pablo D. Zavattieri mostly works in the field of Composite material, focusing on Nanocrystal and, on occasion, Microstructure. His research investigates the link between Finite element method and topics such as Cracking that cross with problems in Ultimate tensile strength, Fracture mechanics, Mortar, Aspect ratio and Adhesive.
His Damage tolerance research includes themes of Nanorod, Nanotechnology, Toughness and Structural material. Pablo D. Zavattieri has researched Toughness in several fields, including Nanoparticle and Nanoscopic scale. Pablo D. Zavattieri interconnects Grain boundary, Mantis shrimp, Homogenization, Coating and Nanocrystalline material in the investigation of issues within Composite number.
Pablo D. Zavattieri mostly deals with Composite material, Toughness, Catastrophic failure, Damage tolerance and Interlocking. Composite material is often connected to Transverse isotropy in his work. Pablo D. Zavattieri performs integrative study on Toughness and Atomic units.
His Catastrophic failure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Brittleness, Tensile testing, Nanocrystal and Bending. His research in Damage tolerance intersects with topics in Finite element method, Cohesive zone model, Bounded function, Fracture toughness and Length scale. His Interlocking research incorporates elements of Biomimetics, Adhesive bonding and Welding.
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The status, challenges, and future of additive manufacturing in engineering
Wei Gao;Yunbo Zhang;Devarajan Ramanujan;Karthik Ramani.
Computer-aided Design (2015)
On the mechanics of mother-of-pearl: a key feature in the material hierarchical structure
F. Barthelat;H. Tang;P.D. Zavattieri;C.-M. Li.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (2007)
The stomatopod dactyl club : a formidable damage-tolerant biological hammer
James C. Weaver;Garrett W. Milliron;Ali Miserez;Kenneth Evans-Lutterodt.
A grain level model for the study of failure initiation and evolution in polycrystalline brittle materials. Part I: Theory and numerical implementation
Horacio D. Espinosa;Pablo D. Zavattieri.
Mechanics of Materials (2003)
Tablet-level origin of toughening in abalone shells and translation to synthetic composite materials
Horacio Dante Espinosa;Allison L. Juster;Felix J. Latourte;Owen Y. Loh.
Nature Communications (2011)
Bio-inspired impact-resistant composites
L.K. Grunenfelder;N. Suksangpanya;C. Salinas;G. Milliron.
Acta Biomaterialia (2014)
Mixed-mode cohesive-zone models for fracture of an adhesively bonded polymer–matrix composite
S. Li;M.D. Thouless;A.M. Waas;J.A. Schroeder.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (2006)
Grain level analysis of crack initiation and propagation in brittle materials
P.D Zavattieri;H.D Espinosa.
Acta Materialia (2001)
Use of a cohesive-zone model to analyze the fracture of a fiber-reinforced polymer-matrix composite
S. Li;M.D. Thouless;A.M. Waas;J.A. Schroeder.
Composites Science and Technology (2005)
Self-assembly of coherently dynamic, auxetic, two-dimensional protein crystals
Yuta Suzuki;Giovanni Cardone;David Restrepo;Pablo D. Zavattieri.
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