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Calvin Stewart

 
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Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering

Calvin M Stewart is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas at El Paso. He obtained a PhD, MS, and BS in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Central Florida in 2013, 2009, and 2008 respectively through the McKnight Doctoral Fellowship program. He is a recipient of the Order of Pegasus, the most prestigious and significant award conferred at UCF. Dr. Stewart's research interests are in the mechanics of materials at extremes. Current research involves developing a unified viscoplasticity constitutive models for superalloys subject to high temperature, stochastic creep-life prediction, and the design of low cost instrumentation for the mechanical testing of materials subject to cryogenic temperatures. Additional research interests including the development of optimization algorithms for material constant determination and shape optimization.

KEYWORDS

  1. Constitutive Model Development,
  2. Continuum Damage Mechanics,
  3. Creep and Plasticity,
  4. Design Optimization
  5. Fatigue Analysis,
  6. Finite Element Analysis

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