Roberto Ballarini mainly focuses on Composite material, Fracture mechanics, Fracture, Fracture toughness and Brittleness. His study in Stress, Toughness, Cracking, Cyclic stress and Fatigue limit is done as part of Composite material. His research in Fracture mechanics intersects with topics in Carbon nanotube and Corrosion.
The Fracture study combines topics in areas such as Flexural strength, Shell and Ceramic. His work deals with themes such as Ductility and Dislocation, which intersect with Brittleness. His Structural engineering research integrates issues from Indentation and Microelectromechanical systems.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Fracture mechanics, Structural engineering, Stress intensity factor and Brittleness. The study of Composite material is intertwined with the study of Microelectromechanical systems in a number of ways. His Fracture mechanics study incorporates themes from Fissure, Orthotropic material, Matrix, Cracking and Stress concentration.
Roberto Ballarini has researched Stress intensity factor in several fields, including Crack closure, Mechanics, Geometry and Dislocation. His Brittleness study incorporates themes from Size effect on structural strength, Ductility and Forensic engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Stress and Ceramic as well as Fracture.
His primary areas of investigation include Composite material, Fracture, Mechanics, Brittleness and Stress. His Composite material study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Discrete element method and Microelectromechanical systems. His work carried out in the field of Fracture brings together such families of science as Structural engineering and Silicon.
His Brittleness research integrates issues from Forensic engineering, Fracture mechanics, Stress intensity factor and Size effect on structural strength. His work in the fields of Fracture mechanics, such as Crack closure, overlaps with other areas such as Breakout. The Stress study combines topics in areas such as Amplitude and Upper and lower bounds.
Roberto Ballarini mostly deals with Composite material, Carbon nanotube, Discrete element method, Collagen fibril and Fibril. Roberto Ballarini has researched Composite material in several fields, including Amorphous metal and Nanopillar. Carbon nanotube is a primary field of his research addressed under Nanotechnology.
Roberto Ballarini combines subjects such as Chemical substance and Scale with his study of Nanotechnology. His Scanning electron microscope research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electron microscope, Stress intensity factor, Silicon and Dislocation. His Dislocation research incorporates elements of Brittleness, Fracture and Forensic engineering.
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Structural basis for the fracture toughness of the shell of the conch Strombus gigas
S. Kamat;X. Su;R. Ballarini;A. H. Heuer.
Coupled quantum mechanical/molecular mechanical modeling of the fracture of defective carbon nanotubes and graphene sheets
Roopam Khare;Steven L. Mielke;Jeffrey T. Paci;Sulin Zhang.
Physical Review B (2007)
Stress-Strain Experiments on Individual Collagen Fibrils
Zhilei L. Shen;Mohammad Reza Dodge;Harold Kahn;Roberto Ballarini.
Biophysical Journal (2008)
Nano measurements with micro-devices: mechanical properties of hydrated collagen fibrils.
Steven J. Eppell;B. N. Smith;H. Kahn;R. Ballarini.
Journal of the Royal Society Interface (2006)
Brittle‐to‐Ductile Transition in Uniaxial Compression of Silicon Pillars at Room Temperature
Fredrik Östlund;Karolina Rzepiejewska-Malyska;Klaus Leifer;Lucas M. Hale.
Advanced Functional Materials (2009)
Fracture toughness of polysilicon MEMS devices
H. Kahn;N. Tayebi;R. Ballarini;R. L. Mullen.
Sensors and Actuators A-physical (2000)
Viscoelastic properties of isolated collagen fibrils.
Zhilei Liu Shen;Harold Kahn;Roberto Ballarini;Steven J. Eppell.
Biophysical Journal (2011)
Fatigue failure in polysilicon not due to simple stress corrosion cracking.
H. Kahn;R. Ballarini;J. J. Bellante;Arthur Heuer.
Electrostatically actuated failure of microfabricated polysilicon fracture mechanics specimens
H. Kahn;R. Ballarini;R. L. Mullen;A. H. Heuer.
Proceedings of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (1999)
Effect of Rim Thickness on Gear Crack Propagation Path.
David G. Lewicki;Roberto Ballarini.
Journal of Mechanical Design (1997)
Journal of Engineering Mechanics - ASCE
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