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Gary Prinz

Gary Prinz

Associate Professor

(ENGR)-Engineering

(CVEG)-Civil Engineering

Phone: 479-575-7455

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  • Fundamentals of Fracture and Fatigue in Structures
  • Seismic design solutions for steel structures
  • Mechanics and simulation of ductile fracture
  • Ultra low-cycle fatigue
  • Computer simulation of structures under dynamic loads
  • Post-doc, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL)
  • Ph.D., Brigham Young University
  • M.S., Brigham Young University
  • B.S., Brigham Young University
  • Norwood, J., Prinz, G. 2019. Effect of continuity-plate alignment on the capacity of welded beam-to-column moment
    connections, Engineering Structures 198, 109550.

  • Desrochers, C., Prinz, G., Richards, P. 2018. Column axial load effects on the performance of skewed SMF RBS
    connections, Journal of Constructional Steel Research 150, 505-513.

  • Noernberg, M., Prinz, G. 2018. Automated pin-dot marking effects on A709-Gr50 steel plate fatigue capacity, Journal of
    Constructional Steel Research
    142, 1-4.

  • Ovuoba, B., Prinz, G. 2018. Analysis of shear stud fatigue demands in composite bridge girders having varied stud pitch, girder depth, and span length, Journal of Bridge Engineering 23(11), 04018085.

  • Ovuoba, B., Prinz, G. 2018. Investigation of residual fatigue life in shear studs of existing composite bridge girders
    following decades of traffic loading, Engineering Structures 161, 134-145.