Name: Thomas R. Grimm
Rank: Associate Professor
Highest Degree: Ph.D., Michigan Technological University
Contact Email: email@example.com
Applications of the finite element method to a variety of problems in biomechanics and other areas of mechanical engineering. Computer modeling and simulation of mechanical systems with particular emphasis on vehicle dynamics and design of vehicles for crashworthiness. Also, development of computer aided design methodologies for the optimization of mechanical designs.
"Teaching the Finite Element Method as a Design Tool for Mechanical Engineering", Grimm, T.R., presented at the ASME Computers in Engineering Conference, San Diego, CA, Aug. 8-12, 1993, proceedings pp. 621-624.
"Teaching Design Creativity Through Bioengineering Oriented Capstone Design Projects", Beard, J.E., Grimm, T.R., Jayaraman, G. and Conwell, J.C., presented at the 1992 North Projects", Beard, J.E., Grimm, T.R., Jayaraman, G. and Conwell, J.C., presented at the 1992 North Midwest Section, ASEE Meeting, Milwaukee, WI, Oct. 8-10, 1992, proceedings, pp. 4.51-4.5.8.
"Teaching applications of the Finite Element Method to M.E. Students", Grimm, T.R., presented at the 1992 North Midwest Section, ASEE Meeting, Milwaukee, proceedings, pp. 11.4.1-11.4.7.
"Finite Element Analysis of Interference-Fitted Shafts Subjected to Bending", Garnett, M.D. and Grimm, T.R., presented at ASME International Computers in Engineering Conference, Anaheim, CA, July 30-Aug. 3, 1989, published in Volume 2, Conference Proceedings, pp. 273-280.