Projects

Themes

  • Characterization of Shock Tubes
    • Parametric Approach
    • End Effects
    • Measurement Techniques
    • Design Principles
       
  • Dose-response Curve
     
  • Blast Testing of Helmet and PPE
     
  • Animal injury models
     
  • Cavitation
     
  • Neurophysiology abd Behavioral Outcomes
     
  • Biomedical and Molecular Characterization
     
  • Blood Brain Barrier Damage​
     
  • Computational Material Science
     
  • Mechanics of Nano, Bio and Structural Materials and Structures
     
  • Finite Deformation
     
  • Nonlinear Finite Elements
     
  • Superplasticity
     
  • Composites
     
  • High Velocity Impact
     
  • Interfaces in Solids
     
  • Thermal Properties of Nanoscale Composites

Projects

  • "Characterization of the mechanisms causing blast-induced brain injury”, US Army medical command/Henry Jackson Foundation
  • "Primary Blast Injury Criteria for Animal/Human Models using Field Validated Shock Tubes”, US Army Materials and Medical Command
  • “Development of methodology for standardized testing under blast loading conditions using modular shock tube”, Program Executive Office, Aberdeen Proving Grounds
  • “Fundamental Understanding of the Mechanism of Cavitation, One of Possible Mechanisms of Blast-Induced Traumatic Brain Injury using Surrogate Models”, Office of Naval Research
  • "Experimental and Computational Studies of Blast and Blunt Traumatic Brain Injury", Army Research Laboratory
  • "Divergent mechanisms of early cellular injury in high-rate blast and slow im", New Jersey Commission on Brain Injury
  • "Biofidelic Rat Testing Device (RTD) to Measure Blast Exposure and Loadings for TBI", CFD Research Corporation Under STTR