Centre for Nonlinear Mechanics

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Centre for Nonlinear Mechanics encourages links between mathematics and application or industrially motivated problems over a wide range of continuum mechanics, including fluids, solids, soft matter and complex materials. We do this by exploring problems with nonlinearity at their heart, using tools from analysis, computation and dynamical systems.

We have strong links with research groups in mechanical engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, architecture and civil engineering and industry. We welcome and encourage expanding this interaction.

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Buckling Engineering & Materials Science
buckling Physics & Astronomy
shear Physics & Astronomy
kink bands Physics & Astronomy
Coriolis force Engineering & Materials Science
formulations Physics & Astronomy
Shear Deformation Mathematics
Shear Bands Mathematics

Research Output 2008 2013

18 Citations

Monge–Ampére based moving mesh methods for numerical weather prediction, with applications to the Eady problem

Budd, C. J., Cullen, M. J. P. & Walsh, E. J. 1 Mar 2013 In : Journal of Computational Physics. 236, p. 247-270 34 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Coriolis force
Meteorology
Incompressible flow
weather
mesh
7 Citations

On the nucleation and growth of kink and shear bands

Hunt, G. W., Dodwell, T. J. & Hammond, J. Jun 2013 In : Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A - Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences. 371, 1993, 20120431

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

kink bands
Shear Bands
Shear bands
Kink
Nucleation
4 Citations
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