Kuo-Chung (KC) Yee
Graduate Research Assistant
Mechanical Engineering Dept.
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX 78712 U.S.A.
Last Modified 10/30/95
I am a graduate student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin. I am pursuing my Ph.D degree in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. My research is mainly on in-situ curing process for thermoset composites using an infrared heating.
I received my B.S. at Department of Mechanical Engineering of National Cheng-Kung University in Taiwan on June 1984. I got my first M.S. degree at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of SUNY at Stony Brook in 1989 and my second M.S. degree at the Department of Engineering Mechanics of UT at Austin in 1993. In Engineering Mechanics, I worked for Dr. Mark Mear and my master research mainly focused on the constitutive modeling of nonlinear porous solids.
My current reseach interest is working for Dr. Tess Moon on the mechanical modeling of in-situ curing of composite cylinders. The specific issues are followings:
- Stress analysis through out the in-situ curing process of composite cylinders.
- The feasibility of in-situ curing of composite cylinders.
- " Effect of void shape on the macroscopic response of nonlinear porous solids ", K.C. Yee and M.E. Mear (accepted by the Journal of Plasticity).
- " On constitutive theories for non-linear solids containing spherical voids " B.J. Lee, K.C. Yee and M.E. Mear (in preparation)
National Cheng-Kung Univ.
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