Caroline S. Gorham

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Caroline S. Gorham,1 Khalid Hattar,2 Ramez Cheaito,1 John C. Duda,1,* John T. Gaskins,1 Thomas E. Beechem,2 Jon F. Ihlefeld,2 Laura B. Biedermann,2 Edward S. Piekos,2 Douglas L. Medlin,3 and Patrick E. Hopkins1,† 1Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 22904, USA 2Sandia National Laboratories,(More)
2 Anharmonic Interactions of Vibrations in a Fractal Structure 3 Brian M. Foley,† Caroline S. Gorham,† John C. Duda,† Ramez Cheaito,† Chester J. Szwejkowski,‡ 4 Costel Constantin,‡ Bryan Kaehr,* and Patrick E. Hopkins*,† 5 †Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Virginia, 122 Engineer's Way, Charlottesville, Virginia 22904, 6(More)
Energy processes and vibrations in biological macromolecules such as proteins ultimately dictate biological, chemical, and physical functions in living materials. These energetic vibrations in the ribbon-like motifs of proteins interact on self-similar structures and fractal-like objects over a range of length scales of the protein (a few angstroms to the(More)
The critical current as a function of magnetic field of superconducting wires is commonly measured using about 60 mm short straight, or U-shaped samples, or about 1 m long samples on helical mandrels (so-called ITER barrels). The ITER barrel is designed for low to medium currents, but is commonly modified for high current wires. This often results in(More)
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