International Workshop on Multiscale Modeling of Heterogeneous Structures, MUMO 2016

verfasst von
Jurica Sorić, Peter Wriggers, Olivier Allix

The proceedings contain 18 papers. The special focus in this conference is on Multiscale Modeling of Heterogeneous Structures. The topics include: Finite and virtual element formulations for large strain anisotropic material with inextensive fibers; a micromorphic damage-plasticity model to counteract mesh dependence in finite element simulations involving material softening; modeling of material deformation responses using gradient elasticity theory; 3D dynamic crack propagation by the extended finite element method and a gradient-enhanced damage model; a 3D magnetostrictive preisach model for the simulation of magneto-electric composites on multiple scales; a multiscale framework for thermoplasticity; a method of numerical viscosity measurement for solid-liquid mixture; numerical simulation of hydrogen embrittlement at the example of a cracked pipeline; micro-macro modelling of metallic composites; comparison of mechanical tests for the identification of composite defects using full-field measurements and the modified constitutive relation error; snap-through of bistable configurations generated from variable stiffness composites; invariant-based finite strain anisotropic material model for fiber-reinforced composites; unified approach to sensitivity analysis based automation of multi-scale modelling; Efficient multiscale FE-FFT-based modeling and simulation of macroscopic deformation processes with non-linear heterogeneous microstructures; experimental-numerical validation framework for micromechanical simulations; stochastic upscaling via linear bayesian updating.

Institut für Kontinuumsmechanik
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ASJC Scopus Sachgebiete
Maschinenbau, Theoretische Informatik und Mathematik

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