Stephen M. Graham, Ph.D.
Professor & Department Chair
Mechanical & Nuclear Engineering Department
United States Naval Academy
590 Holloway Road
Annapolis, MD 21402-5042
410 293 6501
University of Maryland - College Park, 1998
Doctor of Philosophy, Mechanical Engineering
Dissertation: "Stress intensity factors for bodies containing initial stress"
Southern Methodist University, 1983
Masters of Science, Mechanical Engineering
University of Virginia, 1979
Bachelors of Science, Mechanical Engineering
Fracture and Fatigue of Metals
Joining of Metal and Composite Structures
Structural Integrity Assessment
Professor, U.S. Naval Academy (Aug. 2002 - Present)
Senior Engineer, Anteon Corporation, (Oct. 1995 - Aug. 2002)
Senior Engineer, Materials Engineering Associates, (Jan. 1990 - Oct. 1995)
Engineering Specialist, Idaho National Engineering Lab, (Aug. 1988 - Jan. 1990)
- Xiaosheng Gao, Chaunshi Huang, Tuo Luo, and Stephen M Graham, “Modeling the Effect of Hydrogen on Ductile Fracture,” Materials Performance and Characterization, Vol. 7, No. 2, 2018, pp. 101-118.
- Stephen M Graham, “Sensitivity Study on Parameters that Influence Automated Slope Determination,” Fatigue and Fracture Test Planning, Test Data Acquisitions and Analysis, ASTM STP1598, Z. Wei, K. Nikbin, P. C. McKeighan and D. G. Harlow, Eds., ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA, 2017, pp. 133 – 150.
- Jinyuan Zhai; Tuo Luo; Stephen M Graham; Madhav Baral; Yannis P Korkolis; Erik Knudsen, “Modeling the Ductile Damage Process in Commercially Pure Titanium,” International Journal of Solids and Structures, Paper No. IJSS-D-15-00824R2 became available on-line on 27 April 2016.
- Stephen M. Graham, “Uncertainty in Ductile Fracture Initiation Toughness (JIc) Resulting From Compliance Measurement”, ASTM STP1571, Application of Automation Technology in Fatigue and Fracture Testing and Analysis, 2014.
- Stephen M. Graham, Tingting Zhang, Xiaosheng Gao, Matthew Hayden, “Development of a Combined Tension-Torsion Experiment for Calibration of Ductile Fracture Models under Conditions of Low Triaxiality,” International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 54 (2012), pp. 172-181, DOI: 10.1016/j.ijmecsci.2011.10.