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Biomedizintechnik

Patient-Specific FSI Analysis of the Blood Flow in the Thoracic Aorta (Part I/II)
Patient-Specific FSI Analysis of the Blood Flow in the Thoracic Aorta (Part II/II)

Bruchmechanik

Masterarbeit: Implementierung eines Phasen-Feld Modells für quasistatisches Risswachstum.
An adaptive multiscale method for crack propagation and crack coalescence
Multiscale Modeling of Fracture
Crack face contact within the 3d XFEM
Error estimation within multiscale modelling of fracture processes in ceramics using the XFEM
3D Dynamic Fracture in Heterogeneous Media
Modeling 3D Crack Coalescence and Percolation with the XFEM and Level Sets
Thermomechanical modeling of turbine blades taking into account structural defects on multiple length scales
3D crack propagation in polycrystalline materials
Computational Implementation of Finite Thickness Non-Local Cohesive Zone Element: Crack Propagation in Filled Elastomeric Materials
 
 

Finite Elemente Technologie und Virtuelle Elemente

The two-dimensional discontinuous Galerkin Method for problems in linear elasticity

Kontaktmechanik

Multiscale FEM for Rubber Friction on Rough Surfaces
Contact Computation with the Virtual Element Method

Materialmodellierung

Development of a material model for metal sheets at finite deformation.
Modelling the thermoplastic materialdual-phase steels behaviour of

Meshfree und SPH Methoden

Numerical Simulation and Experimental Validation of Biofilm Growth
Modelling and Numerical Simulation of Particulate Three-Dimensional Flows Using a Coupled FEM-DEM Approach
Massively Parallel Large-Scale Granular Media Simulations Using the Discrete Element Method (Part I/II)
Massively Parallel Large-Scale Granular Media Simulations Using the Discrete Element Method (Part II/II)

Multiskalenmethoden

Multiscale Method of Hydro-Chemo-Thermal-Mechanical Coupling: Application to Alkali Silica Reaction
Micro-mechanically Based Modeling of Degradation of Composite Materials with Random Microstructure
Homogenization Procedures for Coupled Thermo-Chemo-Mechanical Problems
Micro- and Meso- Scale Modeling of Dental Composite Materials
Modeling Filled Elastomers With Lego-Sets!