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Mark Iadicola (Fed)

Research Interests
  • Advanced experimental methods in solid mechanics (e.g., digital image correlation for strain mapping,X-ray diffraction for stress measurement, infrared thermal imaging) as applied to multi-axial plastic deformation and stress induced phase transformation, with special emphasis on sheet metal forming and shape memory alloys (e.g. Nitinol).


DIC Challenge 2.0: Developing Images and Guidelines for Evaluating Accuracy and Resolution of 2D Analyses: Focus on the Metrological Efficiency Indicator

Philip Reu, EMC Jones, S.S. Fayad, B. Blaysat, E. Toussaint, Mark Iadicola, P. Lava, J Rethore, J. Yang, K. Bhattacharya, L. Yang, D. Deb, C.S.R. Vemulapati, M Klein, E Ando, E Roubin, O. Stamati, C Couture, Alexander Landauer, M. Liu, S Jaminion, T. Siebert, S.N. Olufsen
Background The DIC Challenge 2.0 follows on from the work accomplished in the first Digital Image Correlation (DIC) Challenge Reu et al. (Experimental Mechanics

Two Stage Forming: Experimental and FE Analysis

M C. Oliveira, A J. Baptista, J L. Alves, L F. Menezes, D E. Green, Thomas H. Gnaupel-Herold, Mark Iadicola, Timothy J. Foecke, T B. Stoughton
One of the present challenges in sheet metal forming is to simulate sequential production stages, from the initial blank sheet to the final part ready for
Created October 9, 2019, Updated June 15, 2021