participants in the Symposium on Intellectual Property and Social Justice, and participants in a faculty workshop at the Georgetown University Law Center for their many helpful comments and suggestions, and to Robert Dowers and Brian Finkelstein for research assistance. Thanks also to Randy Picker and participants on the Picker MobBlog for a very useful… (More)
A progressive failure analysis method based on shell elements is developed for the computation of damage initiation and growth in stiffened thick-skin stitched graphite-epoxy panels loaded in axial compression. The analysis method involves a step-by-step simulation of material degradation based on ply-level failure mechanisms. High computational efficiency… (More)
An experimental and analytical evaluation of the compressive response of two composite, notched stiffened panels representative of primary composite wing structure is presented. A three-dimensional full-field image correlation technique is used to measure all three displacement components over global and local areas of the test panels. Point-wise and… (More)
'Net Neutrality' is a very heated and contested United States policy principle regarding access for content providers to the Internet end-user, and potential discrimination in that access where the end-user's ISP (or another ISP) blocks that access in part or whole. The suggestion is that the problem can be resolved by either introducing greater… (More)
A First Amendment Perspective on the Idea/Expression Dichotomy and Copyright in a Work's " Total Concept and Feel, " 38 EMORY L.J. 393 (1989). Though he did not write explicitly in First Amendment terms, Professor Chafee deserves credit for exploring the main arguments first.
Results are presented from an experimental and analytical study of a sandwich fuselage keel panel with and without damage. The fuselage keel panel is constructed of graphite-epoxy skins bonded to a honeycomb core, and is representative of a highly loaded fuselage keel structure. The face sheets of the panel contain several terminated or dropped plies along… (More)
Damage tolerance characteristics and results from experimental and analytical studies of a composite fuselage keel sandwich structure subjected to low-speed impact damage and discrete-source damage are presented. The test specimens are constructed from graphite-epoxy skins bonded to a honeycomb core, and they are representative of a highly loaded fuselage… (More)