Tuesday, May 13

4:30 PM-6:10 PM
Peale C Room

MS21
Computational Methods for Composite Materials (Part I of II)

The focus of this two-part minisymposium is on computational methods for the evaluation of electrostatic, elastic and plastic fields in materials with complex microstructure. Most of the speakers will discuss integral equation and particle simulation methods. These approaches have shown substantial promise in recent years in terms of both speed and accuracy.

The presentations are intended for a broad audience of engineers, physicists, and mathematicians interested in composite materials, and will provide a useful survey of the state of the art in computational methods.

Organizer: Leslie F. Greengard
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University

4:30-4:50 Diffusion in a Porous Medium
David J. Bergman, Tel Aviv University, Israel
4:55-5:15 On the Dielectric Properties of Composite Materials with Complex Coefficients
Leslie F. Greengard, Organizer; and Ohad Levy, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University
5:20-5:40 Elastic Properties of Composite Materials
Ashok S. Sangani, T. Huang, and A. J. Levy, Syracuse University
5:45-6:05 Microstructure and Field Fluctuations in Random Media
Salvatore Torquato, Princeton University

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MMD, 12/17/96