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CCM Receives Funding for Advanced Materials and Intelligent Processing Center

  • Sunday, 31st October 2010
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The University of Delaware Center for Composite Materials (UDCCM ) has received $1.4M for their Advanced Material Intelligent Processing Center: Maritime Manufacturing programme.

Established by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) at UDCCM in 1997, the AMIPC is an interdisciplinary program of collaborative research with NSWC-Carderock and industry partners. Under the direction of Professors Suresh G. Advani and John W. Gillespie, Jr., AMIPC research will focus on:

– Process models and simulations for out of autoclave processing
– Property evaluation methodologies and development of material constitutive models for sandwich and hybrid structures under dynamic and impact loadings
– Embedded sensors for health monitoring
– Online process sensing and control strategies and
– Integrated CAD/CAE environment for design of components for next generation Navy composite structures and applications.

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