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(4) Selected Research Projects

  • December 2007—November 2010, "Numerical Simulation of Dynamic Fracture in Temperature Sensitive Materials with Cohesive Zones--Renewal," (Sponsor: AFOSR).
  • July 2004—May 2010, "Fundamental Understanding of Propellant/Nozzle Interaction to Mitigate Erosion for Very High Pressure Missile Propellant Applications," (Sponsor: ONR (MURI)).
  • December 2004—December 2007, "Numerical Simulation of Dynamic Fracture in Temperature Sensitive Materials with Cohesive Zones," (Sponsor: AFOSR).
  • December 2004—December 2007, "Numerical Simulation of Dynamic Fracture in Temperature Sensitive Materials with Cohesive Zones--Renewal," (Sponsor: AFOSR).
 

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