Papers Published

  1. Garg, D.P. and Anderson, G.L., Research in active composite materials and structures: an overview, Proc. SPIE - Int. Soc. Opt. Eng. (USA), vol. 3992 (2000), pp. 2 - 12 [12.388188] .
    (last updated on 2007/04/10)

    During the past several years, the Materials Science Division and the Mechanical and Environmental Sciences Division of the Army Research Office have been supporting projects focusing on basic research in the area of smart materials and structures. The major emphasis of the ARO Structures and Dynamics Program has been on the theoretical, computational, and experimental analysis of smart structures and structural dynamics, damping, active control, and health monitoring as applied to rotor craft, electromagnetic antenna structures, missiles, land vehicles, and weapon systems. The research projects supported by the program have been primarily directed towards improving the ability to predict, control, and optimize the dynamic response of complex, multi-body deformable structures. The projects in the field of smart materials and structures have included multi-disciplinary research conducted by teams of several faculty members as well as research performed by individual investigators

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