John Everett Dolbow
- Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Faculty Network Member of The Energy Initiative
- Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (Secondary)
- Bass Fellow
Research Areas and Keywords
PDE & Dynamical Systems
Professor John E. Dolbow came to Duke University from Northwestern University, where he received an MS and PhD in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. During the course of his graduate study, John was a Computational Science Graduate Fellow for the Department of Energy, and he spent a summer working at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Dr. Dolbow's research concerns the development of computational methods for nonlinear problems in solid mechanics. In particular, he is interested in modeling quasi-static and dynamic fracture of structural components, the evolution of interfaces with nonlinear constitutive laws, and developing models for stimulus-responsive hydrogels. A native of New Hampshire, Dr. Dolbow received his Bachelor's Degree in mechanical engineering from the University of New Hampshire.
Gosz, M, Dolbow, J, and Moran, B. "Domain integral formulation for stress intensity factor computation along curved three-dimensional interface cracks." International Journal of Solids and Structures 35.15 (1998): 1763-1783.
Dolbow, J, and Gosz, M. "Effect of out-of-plane properties of a polyimide film on the stress fields in microelectronic structures." Mechanics of Materials 23.4 (1996): 311-321. Full Text
Gosz, MR, Moran, B, and Dolbow, JE. "Interaction integral formulation for computing stress intensity factors along curved bimaterial interface cracks." American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Aerospace Division (Publication) AD 52 (1996): 107-121. (Academic Article)
Gosz, MR, Moran, B, and Dolbow, JE. "An interaction integral formulation for computing stress intensity factors along curved bimaterial interface cracks." American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Aerospace Division (Publication) AD 52 (1996): 107-121.
Gosz, MR, and Dolbow, JE. "Influence of out-of-plane insulator properties on the interfacial stresses in periodic electronic structures." American Society of Mechanical Engineers (Paper) (1995): 10pp-.