2014 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
2014 - William Prager Medal
2014 - Timoshenko Medal, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
2012 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
2005 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For contributions to the computational modeling of materials and for the development of codes widely used by industry.
1998 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His primary areas of investigation include Composite material, Stress, Fracture mechanics, Mechanics and Constitutive equation. His Composite material research focuses on Plasticity, Fiber, Composite number, Toughness and Ultimate tensile strength. His Stress research incorporates elements of Discrete element method and Nanotechnology.
His study in Fracture mechanics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fracture toughness, Ceramic matrix composite, Elasticity and Dielectric. His work deals with themes such as Forensic engineering, Hydrostatic stress, Crack closure, Honeycomb structure and Surface energy, which intersect with Mechanics. His research integrates issues of Finite strain theory, Hysteresis, Classical mechanics, Ferroelectric ceramics and Porous medium in his study of Constitutive equation.
Robert M. McMeeking spends much of his time researching Composite material, Stress, Mechanics, Structural engineering and Finite element method. Ceramic, Fracture mechanics, Composite number, Crack closure and Ultimate tensile strength are subfields of Composite material in which his conducts study. His research in Fracture mechanics focuses on subjects like Fracture toughness, which are connected to Brittleness and Toughness.
The various areas that Robert M. McMeeking examines in his Stress study include Adhesion, Substrate, Nanotechnology and Lithium. Robert M. McMeeking combines subjects such as Forensic engineering and Plasticity with his study of Mechanics. He has researched Finite element method in several fields, including Numerical analysis and Stiffness.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Adhesion, Deformation, Mechanics and Electrolyte. Modulus, Composite number, Ultimate tensile strength, Elastic modulus and Stiffness are the primary areas of interest in his Composite material study. His Adhesion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Micropatterning, Layer, Nanotechnology, Linear elasticity and Extracellular matrix.
His work in Nanotechnology covers topics such as Fibril which are related to areas like Stress. His study on Deformation also encompasses disciplines like
Robert M. McMeeking mainly investigates Composite material, Stress, Thermodynamics, Deformation and Boundary value problem. His Composite material study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Metallurgy. His Stress study incorporates themes from Mullins effect, Elastomer, Structural material, Layer and Composite number.
His research in Deformation intersects with topics in Fast ion conductor, Conservation law, Continuum mechanics and Finite strain theory. His Boundary value problem research includes elements of Stress intensity factor, Cohesive zone model and Forensic engineering. His Modulus study combines topics in areas such as Adhesion, Plane stress, Nanotechnology, Fibril and Substrate.
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Mechanics of Transformation‐Toughening in Brittle Materials
R. M. McMEEKING;A.G. Evans.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (1982)
Finite deformation analysis of crack-tip opening in elastic-plastic materials and implications for fracture
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (1977)
A Test Specimen for Determining the Fracture Resistance of Bimaterial Interfaces
P. G. Charalambides;J. Lund;A. G. Evans;R. M. McMeeking.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (1989)
Finite-element formulations for problems of large elastic-plastic deformation
R.M. McMeeking;J.R. Rice.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (1975)
Ferroelectric/ferroelastic interactions and a polarization switching model
S.C. Hwang;C.S. Lynch;R.M. McMeeking.
Acta Metallurgica Et Materialia (1995)
Particle reinforcement of ductile matrices against plastic flow and creep
G. Bao;J.W. Hutchinson;R.M. McMeeking.
Acta Metallurgica Et Materialia (1991)
Numerical analysis of hydrogen transport near a blunting crack tip
Petros Athanasios Sofronis;R. M. McMeeking.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (1989)
On the toughness of brittle materials reinforced with a ductile phase
L.S. Sigl;P.A. Mataga;B.J. Dalgleish;R.M. McMeeking.
Acta Metallurgica (1988)
On criteria for J-dominance of crack-tip fields in large-scale yielding
RM McMeeking;DM Parks.
ASTM special technical publications (1979)
A constitutive model for ferroelectric polycrystals
J. E. Huber;N. A. Fleck;Chad Matthew Landis;R. M. McMeeking.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (1999)
International Journal of Mechanical Sciences
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International Journal of Solids and Structures
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Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials
(Impact Factor: 4.042)
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