Mr. Yaron Schapira

Mr. Yaron Schapira

Yaron Schapira holds a B.Sc. from the department of structural engineering at BGU, a M.Sc. from a collaboration between the departments of structural engineering and mechanical engineering at BGU, and a Ph.D. (expected November 2019) from the department of mechanical engineering at BGU

His main research interest are computational generalized fracture mechanics, high order FE methods, meshless methods, variational and DG approaches in dynamic buckling, implicit constitutive models

Profile

Civil engineering
Lecturer
Be'er Sheva
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Be'er Sheva

Katsir(50) / 103

Education

2016-2019 (expected) – Ph.D. at the department of mechanical engineering, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, under the supervision of Prof. Zohar Yosibash. Dissertation: Elastic solutions in the vicinity of 3-D singular edges.

2012-2013 – M.Sc. at the department of mechanical engineering, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, under the supervision of Prof. David Ornai. Thesis: Regular and strengthened penetrator behavior under high strain rates, stress and temperature.

2008-2011 – B.Sc. at the department of civil engineering, Ben Gurion university of the Negev (magna cum laude).

Research

Computational generalized fracture mechanics, high order FE methods, meshless methods, variational and DG approaches in dynamic buckling, implicit constitutive models.   

Courses

Introduction to finite element method.

Theory of structures.

Strength of materials.

Publications

Y. Schapira and Z. Yosibash, Extracting edge flux intensity functions along an elliptical 3-D singular edge by the quasidual function method, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, under review.
• Y. Schapira and Z. Yosibash, Asymptotic solution of the elasticity equations in the vicinity of an elliptical crack front, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 211: 463-477, 2019.
• Y. Schapira, N. Omer and Z. Yosibash, The T-stress along a 3-D straight crack, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 202: 214-241, 2018.