His primary scientific interests are in Asphalt, Asphalt concrete, Structural engineering, Composite material and Fracture. His Asphalt research incorporates themes from Creep, Cracking, Viscoelasticity and Mathematical model. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Discrete element method and Material properties.
His study ties his expertise on Tensile testing together with the subject of Structural engineering. He interconnects Beam, Fracture mechanics and Finite element method in the investigation of issues within Fracture. His Fracture mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Brittleness and Asphalt pavement.
William G. Buttlar mainly investigates Asphalt, Composite material, Asphalt concrete, Cracking and Structural engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Embrittlement and Acoustic emission as well as Asphalt. His Asphalt concrete research includes elements of Discrete element method, Fracture mechanics, Cohesive zone model, Geotechnical engineering and Tension.
His Fracture mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Brittleness, Strength of materials and Fracture. William G. Buttlar has researched Cracking in several fields, including Rheology, Service life and Forensic engineering. The Structural engineering study combines topics in areas such as Creep, Tensile testing and Viscoelasticity.
His primary areas of study are Asphalt, Cracking, Composite material, Asphalt concrete and Rut. The study incorporates disciplines such as Embrittlement, Acoustic emission and Fracture in addition to Asphalt. His work deals with themes such as Solid mechanics, Fracture mechanics, Digital image correlation, Tensile testing and Viscoelasticity, which intersect with Fracture.
His Cracking study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Block, Rheology, Metallurgy and Service life. His work on Natural rubber and Tension as part of general Composite material study is frequently linked to Light intensity and Simple, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Asphalt concrete study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ultrasonic sensor, Structural engineering, Transducer and Mixing.
His primary areas of investigation include Asphalt, Composite material, Fracture, Asphalt pavement and Cracking. His Asphalt research includes themes of Embrittlement and Acoustic emission. William G. Buttlar combines subjects such as Space, Algorithm and Plot with his study of Composite material.
His Fracture research integrates issues from Fracture mechanics, Digital image correlation, Diagram, Scale and Viscoelasticity. In his work, Asphalt concrete is strongly intertwined with Discrete element method, which is a subfield of Digital image correlation. As a part of the same scientific family, William G. Buttlar mostly works in the field of Asphalt pavement, focusing on Geotechnical engineering and, on occasion, Felicity effect.
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A bilinear cohesive zone model tailored for fracture of asphalt concrete considering viscoelastic bulk material
Seong Hyeok Song;Glaucio H. Paulino;William G. Buttlar.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (2006)
Disk-shaped Compact Tension Test for Asphalt Concrete Fracture
M. P. Wagoner;W. G. Buttlar;G. H. Paulino.
Experimental Mechanics (2005)
Discrete element modeling of asphalt concrete: Microfabric approach
William G. Buttlar;Zhanping You.
Transportation Research Record (2001)
Development of a measurement and analysis system to accurately determine asphalt concrete properties using the indirect tensile mode
Reynaldo Roque;William G Buttlar.
Asphalt Paving Technology: Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists-Proceedings of the Technical Sessions (1992)
Discrete Element Modeling to Predict the Modulus of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures
Z. You;W. G. Buttlar.
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (2004)
Understanding asphalt mastic behavior through micromechanics
William G. Buttlar;Diyar Bozkurt;Ghazi G. Al-Khateeb;Angela S. Waldhoff.
Transportation Research Record (1999)
Internet of Things-enabled smart cities: State-of-the-art and future trends
Amir H. Alavi;Pengcheng Jiao;William G. Buttlar;Nizar Lajnef.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MEASUREMENT AND ANALYSIS SYSTEM TO ACCURATELY DETERMINE ASPHALT CONCRETE PROPERTIES USING THE INDIRECT TENSILE MODE (WITH DISCUSSION)
R Roque;W G Buttlar.
Asphalt Paving Technology 1992Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists (AAPT) (1992)
Simulation of Crack Propagation in Asphalt Concrete Using an Intrinsic Cohesive Zone Model
Seong Hyeok Song;Glaucio H Paulino;William Glen Buttlar.
Journal of Engineering Mechanics-asce (2006)
Investigation of the Fracture Resistance of Hot-Mix Asphalt Concrete Using a Disk-Shaped Compact Tension Test
Michael P Wagoner;William Glen Buttlar;Glaucio H Paulino;Philip Blankenship.
Transportation Research Record (2005)
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