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20162018
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Personal Statement

Dario Giugliano is a Ph.D. student in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of Strathclyde with particular interest in micromechanical multiscale modelling of cyclic plasticity and creep of Metal Matrix Composites (MMCs).  He holds a MEng in Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Engineering (2012) and a BEng in Mechanical and Energy Engineering (2009) from the University of Naples Federico II, Italy. His PhD project investigates the design and life prediction of MMCs under the combined action of cyclic loading and high-temperature condition where creep-fatigue interaction damage becomes the main failure.  A further aim is to develop a novel simulation technique based on multiscale modelling of plasticity theory, which for the first time uses the direct method to effectively and accurately capture the creep-fatigue interaction of MMCs.

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Research Output 2016 2018

metal matrix composites
Aluminum
Creep
Metals
Fatigue of materials

Optimisation based analysis of the effect of particle spatial distribution on the elastic behaviour of PRMMC

Gentile, L., Giugliano, D., Cestino, E., Frulla, G. & Minisci, E., 11 Jun 2018. 12 p.

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Spatial distribution
Composite materials
Metals
Global optimization
Sensitivity analysis