DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICS AND APPLIED COMPUTER SCIENCE
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Military University of Technology
00-908 Warsaw, Kaliskiego Street 2, Poland
phone: +48 261 83-98-49, fax: +48 261 83-93-55, e-mail: kmiis@wat.edu.pl




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Research field: Mechanics of structures and materials

The main research area of the Department of Mechanics & Applied Computer Science is numerical and experimental strength analysis of miscellaneous type structures and their elements. In the numerical analysis, professional Finite Element Method software is used. It enables performing linear and non-linear numerical analysis of strains and stresses carried out for engineering structures under static or dynamic mechanical loads, stationary or non-stationary thermal loads, heat transfer, materials fatigue, optimization and sensibility of structures. The research team realizes the investigative, research & development and purposeful, civil and military projects, applying numerical and experimental methods, in the following research areas:

  1. military engineering applications concerning FEM numerical modeling, simulation and design of armours for vehicles, aniti-mine & anti-IED shields for vehicles, active & passive protection of vehicles against RPG and the like projectiles, shear, pontoon and the like military bridges, protection life-jackets, precisious guns, etc.,




  2. mechanical and civil engineering applications concerning FEM numerical modeling, simulation and design of cardio-stents, aircraft riveted superstructures, highway and railway bridges, railway platforms for TIR vehicles transport, composite brakes, road protection barriers, gas and oil pipelines, airplane landing gear, wear layers of engine elements, etc.,




  3. research of microstructures and structural elements made of CMC, RMC, gradient CMC composites, magneto-rheological and elastomeric materials, geometrically shaped and layered complex materials.







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