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Stan Felicia

Universitatea Dunarea de Jos din Galati, Galati, Romania

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Born: 1973

Interests: Fracture mechanics, failure behavior of materials, numerical techniques for fracture, numerical simulation-prediction of fracture phenomena, C++ programming

Details:
I'm currently working as Professor at "Dunarea de Jos" University of Galati, Faculty of Engineering.
I graduated from Kobe University, Japan on March 2003 with a Ph.D. degree in Dynamic Fracture Mechanics. The title of my PhD. Dissertation is "Computational studies on three-dimensional dynamic fracture phenomena".
I am highly skilled in continuous/discontinuous computational solid mechanics. I have worked on the topic of both advanced mathematical analysis and modern high-speed computation to model various three-dimensional dynamic fracture phenomena.
Also, my expertise includes strong hands-on numerical modelling of mechanical and technological processes, i.e. numerical modelling of surface generation and finite element analysis of mechanical processes.

Selected publications:
• Stan F., Sandu I. L., Fetecau C. Effect of processing parameters and strain rate on mechanical properties of carbon nanotube-filled polypropylene nanocomposites. COMPOSITES: PART B- ENG, 59, pp. 109-122, 2014.
• Stan, F., Dobrea D., Fetecau C., Antoniac I., Belea R. The effect of processing parameters on the bond strength and electrical conductivity of multi-wall carbon nanotube/low-density polyethylene composite. J ADHES SCI TECHNOL, 27(22), pp. 2433-2445, 2013.
• Stan F., Fetecau C. Study of stress relaxation in polytetrafluoroethylene composites by cylindrical macroindentation. COMPOSITES: PART B- ENG, 47, pp. 298-307, 2013.
• Stan F., Fetecau C. Characterization of viscoelastic properties of molybdenum disulphide filled polyamide by indentation. MECH TIME-DEPEND MAT, 17(2), pp. 205-221, 2013.
• Fetecau C., Stan F. Study of cutting force and surface roughness in turning of polytetrafluoroethylene composites with a polycrystalline diamond tool. Measurement , 45(6), pp. 1367-1379, 2012.
• Fetecau C., Stan F., Oancea N. Toroidal Grinding Method for Curved Cutting Edge Twist Drills. J MATER PROCESS TECH, 209, pp. 3460-3468, 2009.
• Stan F., Remmers J. J. C., Turteltaub S. R., de Borst R. Application of Discontinuous Galerkin methods to cohesive crack simulation. In Z. Han, S. W. Lee, M. Nakagaki (eds.), Proceedings of ICCES - International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences, Miami, FL, USA, 3-8 January, pp. 1141-1146. Tech Science Press, 2007.
• Nishioka, T., Stan, F. A hybrid experimental-numerical study on the mechanism of three-dimensional dynamic fracture. Computer Modeling in Engineering & Science (CMES), Vol. 4, N0.1, pp. 119-139, 2003.
• Stan F., Nishioka T., Fujimoto T. Application-Phase Simulation of Three-Dimensional Fracture Phenomenon. In S. N. Atluri, D. W. Pepper (eds.), Proceedings of International Conference on Computational Engineering & Sciences (ICCES) 31 July-2 August, Advances on Computational Engineering and Sciences, pp. 1-6. Tech Science Press, 2002.
• Nishioka T., Stan F., Fujimoto T. Dynamic J Integral and Dynamic Stress Intensity Factor Distributions along Naturally and Dynamically Propagating Three-Dimensional Fracture Fronts. JSME International Journal, Series A, Special issue on Strength and Fracture, and Experimental Mechanics, Vol. 45(4), pp. 523-537, 2002.


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