2004 - Polish Academy of Science
2004 - Warner T. Koiter Medal, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Zenon Mróz mainly focuses on Mechanics, Mathematical analysis, Stress, Structural engineering and Classical mechanics. His Mechanics research includes themes of Granular material, Finite element method and Superposition principle. The concepts of his Mathematical analysis study are interwoven with issues in Volume, Sensitivity, Surface, Optimal design and Stiffness.
The various areas that he examines in his Sensitivity study include Displacement and Nonlinear system. His research in Optimal design intersects with topics in Structural mechanics, Calculus of variations, Mathematical optimization and Safety factor. His Structural engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Traction, Orientation and Physical plane.
Mechanics, Structural engineering, Optimal design, Composite material and Mathematical analysis are his primary areas of study. He combines subjects such as Granular material, Classical mechanics, Constitutive equation, Dissipation and Slip with his study of Mechanics. As a member of one scientific family, Zenon Mróz mostly works in the field of Structural engineering, focusing on Shear and, on occasion, Shear stress.
His Optimal design research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Structure, Topology, Sensitivity, Mathematical optimization and Position. Zenon Mróz interconnects Displacement, Nonlinear system, Bifurcation, Geometry and Stiffness in the investigation of issues within Sensitivity. His Mathematical analysis research focuses on Stress and how it relates to Plane.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Structural engineering, Stress, Dissipation and Composite material. His work carried out in the field of Mechanics brings together such families of science as Slip and Steady state. His Structural engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hardening, Cracking and Nonlinear system.
He has researched Stress in several fields, including Crack closure, Crack growth resistance curve, Plane and Displacement. His study in the field of Ceramic, Ultimate tensile strength and Fiber pull-out is also linked to topics like Electronic speckle pattern interferometry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Optimal design and Mathematical analysis.
His primary areas of investigation include Mechanics, Classical mechanics, Granular material, Discrete element method and Dissipation. The Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Stress and Stress intensity factor. His Classical mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quasistatic process, Triaxial shear test and Dilatant.
His Granular material research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Surface finish and Flow. His work in Dissipation covers topics such as Contact mechanics which are related to areas like Steady state and Distribution. In his study, Geometry, Composite material, Softening, Mathematical analysis and Ultimate tensile strength is strongly linked to Finite element method, which falls under the umbrella field of Monotonic function.
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On the description of anisotropic workhardening
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (1967)
Finite element analysis of deformation of strain‐softening materials
St. Pietruszczak;Z. Mróz.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (1981)
A continuum model for plastic-brittle behaviour of rock and concrete
A. Dragon;Z. Mróz.
International Journal of Engineering Science (1979)
An attempt to describe the behavior of metals under cyclic loads using a more general workhardening model
Acta Mechanica (1969)
Associated and non-associated sliding rules in contact friction problems.
R. Michalowski;Z. Mroz.
ARCH. MECH. STOSOW (1978)
Variational approach by means of adjoint systems to structural optimization and sensitivity analysis—II: Structure shape variation
K. Dems;Z. Mróz.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (1984)
On failure criteria for anisotropic cohesive-frictional materials
S. Pietruszczak;Z. Mroz.
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics (2001)
Rock and Soil Mechanics
W. Derski;R. Izbicki;I. Kisiel;Z. Mroz.
Formulation of anisotropic failure criteria incorporating a microstructure tensor
S. Pietruszczak;Z. Mroz.
Computers and Geotechnics (2000)
A non-local stress failure condition for structural elements under multiaxial loading
Andrzej Seweryn;Zenon Mróz.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (1995)
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