Anton Shterenlikht, senior lecturer in
solid mechanics with the
Solid Mechanics Group
(check out our
Mech Eng Dept
University of Bristol.
I specialise in computational fracture mechanics,
multi-scale modelling, residual stress,
inverse methods, HPC, supercomputing, Fortran coarrays.
I'm open to research collaboration.
For my consulting services in Fortran, solid mechanics,
HPC and supercomputing contact my company
CMPLX Engineering Ltd.
(cellular automata microstructure evolution
library in Fortran 2008)
(highly scalable MPI FE solver)
(user materials library for the Abaqus FE sover)
(Calculate mode I+II stress intensity factors (SIF) from
displacement field around crack tip)
(validation of Fortran 2008 complex intrinsics on branch
(a 1-day course on Fortran 2008, 2015 coarrays)
(Fortran 2008 library for calculating error
functions of complex argument)
(global multi-start optimisation package for fitting
mechanical behaviour of materials)
(mechanical stress relaxation (MSR) residual stress
measurement method for plates)
Publications, results, etc.
Y1 solid mechanics minimum
Hopkinson bar videos