21 Works

Data from: Upper atmosphere heating from ocean-generated acoustic wave energy

Daniel C. Bowman & Jonathan M. Lees
Colliding sea surface waves generate the ocean microbarom, an acoustic signal that may transmit significant energy to the upper atmosphere. Previous estimates of acoustic energy flux from the ocean microbarom and mountain/wind interactions are on the order of 0.01 to 1 mW/m2, heating the thermosphere by tens of degrees Kelvin per day. We captured up going ocean microbarom waves with a balloon borne infrasound microphone; the maximum acoustic energy flux was approximately 0.05 mW/m2. This...

Multi-modal dataset of a polycrystalline metallic material: 3D microstructure and deformation fields

J.C. Stinville, J.M. Hestroffer, M.A. Charpagne, A.T. Polonsky, M.P. Echlin, C.J. Torbet, V. Valle, A. Loghin, O. Klaas, M.P. Miller, K.E. Nygren, I.J Beyerlein & T.M. Pollock
The development of high-fidelity mechanical property prediction models for the design of polycrystalline materials relies on large volumes of microstructural feature data. Concurrently, at these same scales, the deformation fields that develop during mechanical loading can be highly heterogeneous. Spatially correlated measurements of 3D microstructure and the ensuing deformation fields at the micro-scale would provide highly valuable insight into the relationship between microstructure and macroscopic mechanical response. They would also provide direct validation for numerical...

Au uniaxial compression in x-direction 10 % engineering strain

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of uni-axial compression of single crystal Au. The initial configuration was an Au cube with side length 100 nm. The x- and y-directions of the simulation cell were parallel to the [-110] and [-1-12] directions of the crystal, respectively. The z-direction was parallel to the [111] crystal direction. The x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the crystal had free surfaces...

Au biaxial compression 20% engineering strain

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of bi-axial compression of single crystal Au. The initial configuration was an Au cube with side length 100 nm. The x- and y-directions of the simulation cell were parallel to the [-110] and [-1-12] directions of the crystal, respectively. The z-direction was parallel to the [111] crystal direction. The x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the crystal had free surfaces...

Ni36.67Co30Fe16.67Ti16.67 10% engineering strain

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of bi-axial compression of a single crystal Ni36.67Co30Fe16.67Ti16.67 solid solution. The initial configuration was a Ni36.67Co30Fe16.67Ti16.67 cube with side length 100 nm. The x- and y-directions of the simulation cell were parallel to the [-34-1] and [-5-27] directions of the crystal, respectively. The z-direction was parallel to the [111] crystal direction. The x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the crystal...

Ni36.67Co30Fe16.67Ti16.67 20% engineering strain

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of bi-axial compression of a single crystal Ni36.67Co30Fe16.67Ti16.67 solid solution. The initial configuration was a Ni36.67Co30Fe16.67Ti16.67 cube with side length 100 nm. The x- and y-directions of the simulation cell were parallel to the [-34-1] and [-5-27] directions of the crystal, respectively. The z-direction was parallel to the [111] crystal direction. The x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the crystal...

Data from: Wind turbine blade shear web disbond detection using rotor blade operational sensing and data analysis

Noah J. Myrent, Douglas E. Adams, D. Todd Griffith & N. Myrent
A wind turbine blade's structural dynamic response is simulated and analysed with the goal of characterizing the presence and severity of a shear web disbond. Computer models of a 5 MW offshore utility-scale wind turbine were created to develop effective algorithms for detecting such damage. Through data analysis and with the use of blade measurements, a shear web disbond was quantified according to its length. An aerodynamic sensitivity study was conducted to ensure robustness of...

Data from: Explosion-generated infrasound recorded on ground and airborne microbarometers at regional distances

Eliot F. Young, Daniel C. Bowman, Jonathan M. Lees, Viliam Klein, Steven J. Arrowsmith & Courtney Ballard
Recent work in deploying infrasound (low frequency sound) sensors on aerostats and free flying balloons has shown them to be viable alternatives to ground stations. However, no study to date has compared the performance of surface and free floating infrasound microbarometers with respect to acoustic events at regional (100s of kilometers) range. The prospect of enhanced detection of aerial explosions at similar ranges, such as those from bolides, has not been investigated either. We examined...

Au biaxial compression 10% engineering strain

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of bi-axial compression of single crystal Au. The initial configuration was an Au cube with side length 100 nm. The x- and y-directions of the simulation cell were parallel to the [-110] and [-1-12] directions of the crystal, respectively. The z-direction was parallel to the [111] crystal direction. The x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the crystal had free surfaces...

Au biaxial compression 30% engineering strain

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of bi-axial compression of single crystal Au. The initial configuration was an Au cube with side length 100 nm. The x- and y-directions of the simulation cell were parallel to the [-110] and [-1-12] directions of the crystal, respectively. The z-direction was parallel to the [111] crystal direction. The x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the crystal had free surfaces...

Data from: Cell wall composition and bioenergy potential of rice straw tissues are influenced by environment, tissue type, and genotype

Paul Tanger, Miguel E. Vega-Sánchez, Margaret Fleming, Kim Tran, Seema Singh, James B. Abrahamson, Courtney E. Jahn, Nicholas Santoro, Elizabeth B. Naredo, Marietta Baraoidan, John M. C. Danku, David E. Salt, Kenneth L. McNally, Blake A. Simmons, Pamela C. Ronald, Hei Leung, Daniel R. Bush, John K. McKay & Jan E. Leach
Breeding has transformed wild plant species into modern crops, increasing the allocation of their photosynthetic assimilate into grain, fiber, and other products for human use. Despite progress in increasing the harvest index, much of the biomass of crop plants is not utilized. Potential uses for the large amounts of agricultural residues that accumulate are animal fodder or bioenergy, though these may not be economically viable without additional efforts such as targeted breeding or improved processing....

Simulations of magnetized quark nugget dark matter in three-layer witness plate

J. Pace VanDevender & Robert Schmitt
Magnetized quark nuggets (MQNs) are a recently proposed dark-matter candidate consistent with the Standard Model and with Tatsumi’s theory of quark-nugget cores in magnetars. Previous publications have covered their formation in the early universe, aggregation into a broad mass distribution before they can decay by the weak force, interaction with normal matter through their magnetopause, and first observation consistent MQNs: a nearly tangential impact limiting their surface-magnetic-field parameter Bo from Tatsumi’s ~1012+/-1 T to 1.65...

Digital Image, X-ray CT , XRD and Ultrasonic Data Sets for Damage Mechanics Challenge on Brittle-Ductile Material

, Laura J. Pyrak-Nolte, , Antonio Bobet & Joseph Morris

CuZr biaxial compression 20% engineering strain

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of bi-axial compression of a CuZr (50% Cu, 50% Zr) metallic glass. The initial configuration was a CuZr cube with side length 100 nm. The glass had been produced by quenching from the melt at a rate of 1e11 K/s under fully periodic boundary conditions. In the compression simulation, the x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the glass had free...

Au biaxial compression 0% strain (initial surface)

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of bi-axial compression of single crystal Au. The initial configuration was an Au cube with side length 100 nm. The x- and y-directions of the simulation cell were parallel to the [-110] and [-1-12] directions of the crystal, respectively. The z-direction was parallel to the [111] crystal direction. The x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the crystal had free surfaces...

Au uniaxial compression in x-direction 20 % engineering strain

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of uni-axial compression of single crystal Au. The initial configuration was an Au cube with side length 100 nm. The x- and y-directions of the simulation cell were parallel to the [-110] and [-1-12] directions of the crystal, respectively. The z-direction was parallel to the [111] crystal direction. The x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the crystal had free surfaces...

CuZr biaxial compression 0% strain (initial surface)

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of bi-axial compression of a CuZr (50% Cu, 50% Zr) metallic glass. The initial configuration was a CuZr cube with side length 100 nm. The glass had been produced by quenching from the melt at a rate of 1e11 K/s under fully periodic boundary conditions. In the compression simulation, the x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the glass had free...

CuZr biaxial compression 10% engineering strain

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of bi-axial compression of a CuZr (50% Cu, 50% Zr) metallic glass. The initial configuration was a CuZr cube with side length 100 nm. The glass had been produced by quenching from the melt at a rate of 1e11 K/s under fully periodic boundary conditions. In the compression simulation, the x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the glass had free...

CuZr biaxial compression 30% engineering strain

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of bi-axial compression of a CuZr (50% Cu, 50% Zr) metallic glass. The initial configuration was a CuZr cube with side length 100 nm. The glass had been produced by quenching from the melt at a rate of 1e11 K/s under fully periodic boundary conditions. In the compression simulation, the x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the glass had free...

Ni36.67Co30Fe16.67Ti16.67 0% strain (initial surface)

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of bi-axial compression of a single crystal Ni36.67Co30Fe16.67Ti16.67 solid solution. The initial configuration was a Ni36.67Co30Fe16.67Ti16.67 cube with side length 100 nm. The x- and y-directions of the simulation cell were parallel to the [-34-1] and [-5-27] directions of the crystal, respectively. The z-direction was parallel to the [111] crystal direction. The x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the crystal...

Ni36.67Co30Fe16.67Ti16.67 30% engineering strain

Wolfram G. Nöhring, Adam R. Hinkle & Lars Pastewka
This surface is the result of a Molecular Dynamics simulation of bi-axial compression of a single crystal Ni36.67Co30Fe16.67Ti16.67 solid solution. The initial configuration was a Ni36.67Co30Fe16.67Ti16.67 cube with side length 100 nm. The x- and y-directions of the simulation cell were parallel to the [-34-1] and [-5-27] directions of the crystal, respectively. The z-direction was parallel to the [111] crystal direction. The x- and y-directions were periodic, but the z-direction was free, hence the crystal...

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