Dr. John Moore

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Haggerty Hall, 225
(414) 288-6641
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Research Interests

  • Computational mechanics
  • Materials science
  • Engineering design
  • High performance computing
  • Alloys
  • Polymers
  • Biomedical devices

Professional Preparation

2015, Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern Univeristy
2007, M.S.E., Civil Engineering, University of Washington 
2005, B.S, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, University of Washington

Selected Recent Publications

John A. Moore, S.F. Li, M. Rhee, and N.R. Barton. "Modeling the effects of grain and porosity structure on copper spall response" Journal Dynamic Behavior of Materials (2018): 1-17.

Moore, J. A. "A degradation function consistent with Cocks–Ashby porosity kinetics" International Journal of Fracture 2018; 209, no. 1-2: 231-234

Moore, J. A., Barton, N. R., Florando, J., Mulay, R., Kumar, M. "Crystal plasticity modeling of beta phase deformation in Ti-6Al-4V" Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering 2017; Oct 1;25(7).

Moore JA, Frankel D, Prasannavenkatesan R, Domel AG, Olson GB, Liu WK. "A crystal plasticity-based study of the relationship between microstructure and ultra-high-cycle fatigue life in nickel titanium alloys" International Journal of Fatigue 2016; 91:183-94.

Mulay RP, Moore JA, Florando JN, Barton NR, Kumar M. "Microstructure and mechanical properties of Ti–6Al–4V: Mill-annealed versus direct metal laser melted alloys" Materials Science and Engineering: A 2016; 666:43-7.



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