Ali Gordon

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

407-823-4986

apg@ucf.edu

Engineering I (bldg. 40) 317

http://momrg.cecs.ucf.edu

Positions

Advisor

  • ASME

Education

Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)

M.S. Mechanical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)

B.S. Mechanical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)

B.S. Mathematics Morehouse College

Research Interests

Mechanical Behavior of Materials and Structures, Fatigue, Creep, Fracture, Consitutive Modeling, Plasticity, Failure Analysis, Corrosion, Machine Design and Analysis

Selected Publications

  • Kraft, S. M., Moslehy, F., Bai, Y., and Gordon, A. P. (2013) “Characterization of the Orthotropic Elastic Constants of a Micronic Woven Wire Mesh via Digital Image Correlation” Experimental Mechanics (In Press).
  • Keller, S. G. and Gordon, A. P. (2013) “Coupled fatigue crack initiation and propagation model utilizing a single blunt notch compact tension specimen” Materials Performance and Characterization (Accepted). Bouchenot, T. and Gordon, A. P. (2013) “A Non-Interactive Approach for Hystersis Modeling of Non-Isothermal Creep-Fatigue of a DS Ni-Base Superalloy” Materials Performance and Characterization (Accepted).
  • Bouchenot, T. and Gordon, A. P. (2013) “A Non-Interactive Approach for Hystersis Modeling of Non-Isothermal Creep-Fatigue of a DS Ni-Base Superalloy” Materials Performance and Characterization (Accepted).
  • Kraft, S., and Gordon, A. P., (2013) “Yield Behavior of a Twill Dutch Woven Wire Mesh Via Experiments and Numerical Modeling” ASME Journal of Applied Mechanics
  • McWilliams, B., Sano, T., Yu, J., Gordon, A. P. , and Yen, C. (2013) Influence of hot rolling on the deformation behavior of particle reinforced aluminum metal matrix composite” Materials Science and Engineering A, 577(10): 54-63