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Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering

Mechanical and Materials Engineering

Faculty Research

Sections

Aerosol Technology Grants

Title: Real-time Size-Distributed Measurement of Aerosol Mass Concentration

Title: In Situ Measurements of Aerosol Size Distributions: Satellite Validation and The Response and Effects of Atmospheric Aerosols on Global Change

  Biomechanics and Biofluids Grants

Title: Improving rehabilitation after lower-extremity joint replacement surgery by considering regional interedepedence in the musculoskeletal system

Title: Long-term durability assessment of transcatheter aortic valves: a pilot feasibility study

Title: Computational Research in Bone Mechanics for Implant Evaluation

Title: DU DePuy Research Partnership in Computational Knee Mechanics

Title: Acquisition of a Biplane Fluoroscopy System for Dynamic Imaging of an In-Vivo Human Motion

Title: A Multi-Scale Finite Element Musculoskeletal Modeling Framework Applied to Current Issues in Joint Replacement

Title: Microtextured Surfaces for Turbin Blade Impingement Cooling

Title: Neuromuscular neutral zones in humans: A new method to assess spinal stability

Title: Population-based evaluation of knee mechanics considering intersubject variability and surgical parameter uncertainty

Title: DePuy - DU Research Program in Computational Mechanics

Title:Modeling of Hip Fracture and Repair: Considerations of Intersubject and Surgical Alignment Variability

  • Agency: Osteosynthesis & Trauma Care Foundation
  • PI: Dr. Peter Laz

Materials, Structures and Nanoscale Engineering Grants

Title: DE-DT0005996 - Collaborative Research: I/UCRC for Novel High Voltage/Temperature Materials and Structures

Title: DE-DT0005996 - Continuation of Material Testing Services started under Task Order 08WA39535

Title: HTLS Conductor Research/Center for Novel High Voltage/Temperature Materials and Structures

Title: Environmental Testing and Modeling of Composites, Polymer Coatings and RTV Sealants Used in HV Transmission Line Insulators

Title: GOALI: Investigation of Galvanic Reaction Barriers in High Temperature High Voltage Conductors

Title: Investigation of Long-Term Structural Integrity of High-Temperature, Low Sag Composite Conductors

  • Agency: Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, Inc.
  • PI: Dr. Maciej Kumosa
  • Co PIs: Dr. Yun-Bo Yi, Dr. Donald Stedman, Dr. Daniel Armentrout

Title: Planning Grant: IUCRC for Novel High Voltage Transmission Materials and Structures