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AMR Podcast
June 01, 2016
Applied Mechanics Reviews Audio Interview: Prof. Rodney Clifton
32 minutes, 40 seconds

Prof. Rodney Clifton is among the pioneers in the development of experimental techniques for characterizing high-strain-rate material response, recognized with membership in the National Academy of Engineering in 1989 and the ASME Timoshenko Medal in 2000. This AMR audio interview tells his story from a modest background in a one-room country school, through his labor on the early construction of Interstate 80 in Nebraska, to research on computational techniques for wave propagation in elastic-plastic materials, innovative approaches to characterizing the viscoelastic response of vocal folds, and a life-long commitment to teaching and learning.

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Editor: Hameed Metghalchi,
Northeastern University
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Impact Factor (5 yr):1.347

2015 Journal Citation Reports ® by Thomson Reuters, 2016

Frequency: Bi-monthly
Scope:
Specific areas of importance include (but are not limited to): fundamentals of thermodynamics such as energy, entropy and exergy, laws of thermodynamics, thermoeconomics, alternative and renewable energy sources, internal combustion engines, (geo) thermal energy storage and conversion systems, fundamental combustion of fuels, energy resource recovery from biomass and solid wastes, carbon capture, land and offshore wells drilling, production and reservoir engineering, and the economics of energy resource exploitation.
ISSN: 0195-0738
eISSN: 1528-8994
CODEN: JERTD2

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