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Robert Amaro

Research Interests:
Major research interests center around deformation of materials including elastic, inelastic, time-dependent, fatigue and fracture particularly at the micromechanics level.  Particular areas of interest include environmental-fatigue interactions and modeling thereof.

Recent Publications:

Amaro, R.L., Antolovich, S. D., Neu, R. W. Staroselsky, A., On thermo-mechanical fatigue in single crystal Ni-base superalloys. Procedia Engineering, 2010. 2(1): pp. 815-824.

Antolovich, S. D., Amaro, R. L., Neu, R. W., Staroselsky, A.,On the Development of Physically Based Life Prediction Models in the Thermo Mechanical Fatigue of Ni-base Superalloys. Proceedings of Sixth International Conference on Materials Structure & Micromechanics of Fracture, Brno, CZ, June 28-30 2010; Key Engineering Materials, V465, 2011: pp. 47-54.

Amaro, R. L, Antolovich, S. D., Neu, R. W., Fernandez-Zelaia, P., Hardin, W. G.,  Thermomechanical Fatigue and Bithermal-Thermomechanical Fatigue of a Single Crystal Superalloy. International Journal of Fatigue- in Review.

Amaro, R.L., Antolovich, S. D., Neu, R. W., Physics-based Life Model for Thermomechanical Fatigue in Single Crystal Turbine Blades. Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures- in Review.


Created October 23, 2018