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Peter Wriggers

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Dr. h.c. mult. Dr.-Ing. E. h Peter Wriggers

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Dr. h.c. mult. Dr.-Ing. E. h Peter Wriggers
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Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Dr. h.c. mult. Dr.-Ing. E. h Peter Wriggers
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An der Universität 1
30823 Garbsen
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Inst. f. Kontinuumsmechanik
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Sprecherin/Sprecher
Multi-Scale Methods for Interface Coupling (MUSIC)
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  • Forschungsprojekte

    Improving Accuracy and Performance of Meshfree Methods

    • Process Simulation for Selective Laser Melting
      A phase change model for solution with the meshfree Galerkin OTM method is developed.
      Leitung: Christian Weißenfels, Peter Wriggers
      Team: M.Sc. Henning Wessels
      Jahr: 2016
    • ISPH-based Simulation of the Selective Laser Melting Process
      Development of a thermo-mechanical model for the simulation of the SLM process.
      Leitung: Christian Weißenfels, Peter Wriggers
      Team: M.Sc. Jan-Philipp Fürstenau
      Jahr: 2017
    • Using Machine Learning to Improve the Modelling of Machining and Cutting Processes
      Metal cutting is a fundamental process in industrial production. The fast and accurate on-line prediction of metal cutting processes is crucial for the Intelligent Manufacturing (IM). With the advent of high-speed computing, robust numerical algorithms and machine learning technology, computational modelling serves as a tool for not only accurate but also fast predicting the complex machining processes and understanding the complex physics. In this work, the machine learning based numerical model is developed for simulation of metal cutting processes.
      Leitung: C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers
      Team: M.Sc. Dengpeng Huang
      Jahr: 2018
      Förderung: China Scholarship Council (CSC)
    • Peridynamic Petrov-Galerkin Method
      A Generalization of the Peridyamic Theory of Correspondenc Materials
      Leitung: Christian Weißenfels, Peter Wriggers
      Team: M.Sc. Tobias Bode
      Jahr: 2019
    • Numerical simulation of pile installation in a hypoplastic framework using an SPH based Method
      In this project, a 3D computational tool using smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) is developed which based on a hypoplastic constitutive approach for the mechanical behavior of the soil. The numerical code is firstly validated against a benchmark problem. Then several test cases are simulated including monotonic and vibratory penetration of piles into the soil. A good agreement with the experimental observation is found. Additionally, the impact of pile running in the presence of sheetpiles (retainers) are investigated to see how pile running can alter the applied forces on the sheet piles. The simulation of such complex geotechnical problems which involve large deformation, material nonlinearity and moving boundary conditions demonstrates the applicability and versatility of the proposed numerical tool in this field.
      Leitung: Peter Wriggers
      Team: Meisam Soleimani, Christian Weißenfels
      Jahr: 2020

    In Silicio Analyses

    Virtual Elements For Engineering Appications

    • 2D VEM for crack-propagation
      Leitung: F. Aldakheel, B. Hudobivnik, P. Wriggers
      Team: A. Hussein
      Jahr: 2018
      Förderung: IRTG 1627
    • Virtual element method (VEM) for phase-field modeling of brittle and ductile fracture
      Leitung: F. Aldakheel, B. Hudobivnik, P. Wriggers
      Jahr: 2018
      Förderung: DFG SPP 1748
    • Virtual Element Method for Dynamic Applications
      The Virtual Element Method is a recent developed discretization method, which can be seen as an extension of the classical Galerkin finite element method. It has been applied to various engineering fields, such as elasto-plasticity, multiphysics, damage and fracture mechanics. This project focuses on the extension of VEM towards dynamic applications. In the first part the appropriate computation of the Massmatrix regarding the vitual element ansatzspace will be done. In future works, VEM will be applied to engineering problems, considering the dynamic behavior.
      Leitung: F. Aldakheel, B. Hudobivnik, P. Wriggers
      Team: M. Cihan
      Jahr: 2019
    • Virtual Element Method for 3D Contact
      Contact plays a very important role in engineering problems, where two or more bodies interact with each other through their surfaces. Many techniques were developed in the past, to formulate the contact constraint at the contact interface between two bodies. Nevertheless, VEM provides efficient and robust properties to enforce the contact constraint through the contact interface. Investigations in 2D have been done so far. This work aims an extensions of VEM to 3D contact problems.
      Leitung: F. Aldakheel, B. Hudobivnik, P. Wriggers
      Team: M. Cihan
      Jahr: 2020

    Phase Field Modeling of Fracture in Multi-Field Environments

    Multiscale and Multifield problems

    • Multiscale Method for Hydro-Chemo-Thermo-Mechanics Coupling due to Alkali Silica Reaction in Concrete
      Alkali Silica Reaction(ASR) is one of most determinant reasons leading to the deterioration of concrete structures, which can be ascribed to the expansion of gel produced by ASR in the microstructural level of concrete. The challenge in the modeling of ASR is due to the necessity to take into account the presence of heterogeneities and physical processes distributed over multiple length scales. With increasing computation power and the tomography scan technology, it can be implemented by numerical simulation . In this contribution, 3D multiscale hydro-chemo-thermal-mechanical coupling based on a staggered method is demonstrated, which explicitly describes the damage evolution originating from the chemical reaction in the microscale and the dependence on environmental factors.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: T. Wu
      Jahr: 2009
    • MULTIPHYSICS COMPUTATIONAL HOMOGENIZATION METHODOLOGIES
      Computational homogenization techniques that are amenable to a multiscale implementation are being developed for multiphysics problems at the finite deformation regime. Applications include the estimation of the contact conductance for rough interfaces and the modeling of the coupled thermomechanical response of heterogeneous materials.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, I. Temizer
      Jahr: 2009
    • Direct Numerical Simulation of Multiphase Flows
      Multiphase flows consisting of a continuous fluid phase and a dispersed phase of macroscopic particles are present in many engineering applications. In general, a main task in the study of the particle-laden fluid flow of an application is to make predictions about the system's nature for various boundary conditions, since, depending on the volume fraction and mass concentration of the dispersed phase a fluid-particle system shows quite different flow properties. Unfortunately, often it is impossible to investigate such a system experimentally in detail or even at all. An option to capture and to predict its properties is performing a direct numerical simulation of the particulate fluid. For this purpose, an efficient approach is developed in this project by coupling the discrete element method and finite element method.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: B. Avci
      Jahr: 2009
    • Numerical modeling of electrical contacts
      The focus of this work is the investigation of the behavior in electrical contacts, where electrical, thermal and mechanical fields are coupled. Specifically, theoretical constitutive models for the electrical conductance and electrical wear phenomena are developed and implemented in a three dimensional finite element setting. Also a new relation for wear is proposed, where the amount of wear is coupled to the dissipation arising at the contact interface. </a></p>
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: C. Weißenfels
      Jahr: 2009
    • RAMWASS - Integrated Decision Support System for Risk Assessment and Management
      The objective of the EU-project RAMWASS is to develop and validate a new decision support system (DSS) for the risk assessment and management for the prevention and/or reduction of the negative impacts caused by human activities on the water/sediment/soil system at river basin scale in fluvial ecosystems.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: B. Avci
      Jahr: 2009
    • Homogenization procedures for coupled thermo-chemo-mechanical problems
      In order to understand processes of continuum damage mechanics it is necessary to investigate thermo-chemo-mechanical coupled processes at micro scale. However for engineering purposes it is still necessary to be able to model these processes at macro scale, especially when large structures have to be designed. Thus a homogenization procedure or a FE^2 framework is necessary to transform the relation, describing the coupled thermo-chemo-mechanical response at micro scale to the macro scale. The related equations and procedures have to be developed and implemented in a finite element software system.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, E. Baranger
      Team: Jin Man Mok
      Jahr: 2013
    • Multi-Fluid Simulations for High Density Ratios
      Although the contact between fluids or gases of different densities is a common event in nature, like the interaction of water and air, the simulation of multiple fluids often comes along with numerous problems. With the Lagrangian description of continuous fluids in terms of the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) method multi-fluid interactions within the particle scale can simulated. Nevertheless with the standard SPH algorithms multi-fluid problems can not be solved because of the density jumps at the interfaces. Within the project the state of the art of current multi-fluid approaches are compared and evaluated to develop appropriate methods for the simulation of multi-fluid systems with high density ratios.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, B. Avci
      Team: J.-P. Fürstenau
      Jahr: 2014
    • Towards multiscale modeling of Abrasive wear
      The work is motivated towards understanding wear as a multiscale-multiphysics approach. A 3D framework is developed to simulate cracks propagation in a microstructure due to contact loading to eventually predict wear trends in filled elastomeric compounds.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: A. B. Harish
      Jahr: 2015
    • Entropic approach to modeling Mullins effect in non-crystallizing filled elastomers
      The work was done in collaboration with Mrs. Aarohi B. Shah and Dr. Julian J Rimoli of School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Tech, USA. In this work, we investigate non-crystallizing nanoparticle-reinforced polymers. The effects of the interface rubber between elastomeric matrix and filler particles and its alteration are investigated as a primary cause of Mullins and Payne effect.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, J. J. Rimoli
      Team: A. B. Harish, A. B. Shah
      Jahr: 2016

    Life time prediction and failure of modern complex materials and structures

    Material modeling

    • DEVELOPMENT OF A MATERIAL MODEL FOR METAL SHEETS AT FINITE DEFORMATION
      Technical procedures claim an improved material model for the simulation of metal forming processes. An effective, anisotropic elastoplastic material model for the macroscopic material behaviour for sheet metals is developed for further usage in commercial finite element programs.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, S. Löhnert
      Team: E. Lehmann, S. Zeller
      Jahr: 2009
    • Multiskalenmodellierung und erweiterte finite Elmente Analyse von Bruchprozessen in Keramik
      Die erweiterte finite Elemente Methode (XFEM) ermöglicht die Modellierung von Rissen unabhängig von der Vernetzung. Dadurch hat sich die XFEM für Rissberechnungen durchgesetzt. Vor allem in der Nähe von Makrorissspitzen muss die Mikrostruktur des Materials berücksichtigt werden, da Mikrorisse das Risswachstum verstärken oder abschwächen können. Mikrorisse entstehen unter Belastung in der Nähe des fortschreitenden Makrorisses. Dies motiviert eine Mehrskalenmodellierung z.B. mit der Multiskalenprojektionsmethode, die in der Lage ist, Feinskaleneffekte dort genau aufzulösen, wo es notwendig ist. Auch wenn die Modellierung von Rissen mit der XFEM unabhängig von der Vernetzung ist, hat das Netz einen Einfluss auf die Genauigkeit der Spannungen. Spannungssingularitäten können mit feineren Netzen besser erfasst werden. Die Berechnung eines Diskretisierungsfehlers für den Mikrobereich ermöglicht eine adaptive Verfeinerung des Netzes, so dass genaue Ergebnisse erzielt werden können. Die verwendeten Modelle werden durch einen Vergleich mit experimentellen Daten validiert.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, S. Löhnert
      Team: C. Prange
      Jahr: 2009
    • FAILURE ANALYSIS - ERROR ESTIMATION FOR MULTISCALE METHODS
      This project is concerned with the development of tools for error-estimation based adaptive multiscale failure analysis. In order to enable a more accurate mechanical analysis of composite aircraft substructures, existing discretisation error estimators will be improved to be used as indicators for mesh refinement. Additionally, physical error estimators will be developed to identify regions where higher-order material modelling is required.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: N. Hajibeik
      Jahr: 2009
    • ADAPTIVE MULTISCALE MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF HETEROGENEOUS MATERIALS
      Accurate computational analyses of a composite structure requires multiple levels of resolution: (i) a region where effective elastic properties are employed, (ii) a region where embedded micro-macro problems are solved, and (iii) a region where explicit microstructural evaluation is required. Development of such computational schemes for the adaptive multiscale analysis of heterogeneous materials is the main purpose of this project.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, I. Temizer
      Jahr: 2009
    • Crack propagation and crack coalescence in a multiscale framework
      In this project a numerical framework for propagating and intersecting cracks on micro and macro scales is set up. Modeling cracks using the eXtended Finite Element Method (XFEM) provides an accurate and efficient numerical framework to model propagating and intersecting cracks. Since cracks of different length scales are assumed, a multiscale method is applied in order to be numerical efficient.
      Leitung: S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers
      Team: M. Holl
      Jahr: 2010
    • Multiscale Methods for Fracturing Solids
      In this project multiscale methods and homogenization techniques for the numerical simulation of three dimensional fracture processes are developed. These methods are important in aerospace and automotive industries and many other fields of mechanical and civil engineering as well as in bio-mechanics and material science. They will improve the prediction of the failure of structures.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, S. Löhnert
      Team: D. Müller-Hoeppe
      Jahr: 2011
    • Mehrskalenmodellierung von lokalisiertem duktilen Versagen
      Es existieren viele phänomenologische Materialmodelle, die duktile Schädigung vorhersagen. Um jedoch die Materialeigenschaften und Schädigungsmechanismen der vorliegenden Mikrostrukturen flexibel einzubinden, ist eine Mehrskalenformulierung notwendig. Die existierenden Multiskalenmodelle beschränken sich jedoch zumeist auf spröde Mikroschädigung. Aus diesem Grund soll in diesem Projekt eine Mehrskalenmethode entwickelt werden, die lokalisiertes plastisches Versagen aufgrund einer duktil schädigenden Mikrostruktur vorhersagen kann.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: H. Clasen
      Jahr: 2012
      Förderung: DFG im Normalverfahren
    • Computational homogenisation of elasto plastic material
      Particle-matrix materials are commonly used in different fields(aerospace components, bicycle frames and racing car bodies) for its mechanical and economical advantages,such as high strength, low weight and less expense.However,Because of the microstructural complexities,it is very time and labor consuming to determin the mechanical properties of composite materials. Hence,in order to reduce laboratory expense, numerical simulations via Homogenized techniques are performed on RVE to predict mechanical behavior of composite material.
      Leitung: P.Wriggers
      Team: Chao Zhang
      Jahr: 2012
    • Mesoscale modeling of large deformation behavior of nanoparticle-reinforced elastomers
      Elastomeric materials exhibit distinct fracture behavior compared to several other materials. The fracture process involves extensive chain scission (similar to crazing) in rubbery elastomers. Upon loading, the chains start to align along the direction of loading forming a zone just ahead of the crack tip. Upon further loading, more chains are drawn in from the bulk to eventually fail and leading to formation of crack front. Additionally, due to the viscoelastic nature of these polymers, there is a viscoelastic dissipation of energy just ahead of the crack tip leading to phenomena like crack tip blunting etc. A 3D finite thickness cohesive zone mode, alongside directional node release is used for modeling fracture in filled elastomeric materials.
      Leitung: P.. Wriggers
      Team: A. B. Harish
      Jahr: 2015
    • Process Simulation for Selective Laser Melting
      A phase change model for solution with the meshfree Galerkin OTM method is developed.
      Leitung: Christian Weißenfels, Peter Wriggers
      Team: M.Sc. Henning Wessels
      Jahr: 2016
    • Nanoindentation for material property characterization
      In this work, techniques are developed for nanoindentation of soft polymers and brittle powdery materials and measurement of properties like modulus, hardness and fracture toughness.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, S. Löhnert
      Team: A. B. Harish, V. Kruppernikova
      Jahr: 2016
    • Hypoplastic material models for soil-structure interaction problems
      In this work, a hypoplastic material model is implemented using AceGen with an eventual goal to model soil-structure interaction.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, C. Weissenfels
      Team: A. B. Harish
      Jahr: 2016
    • Entropic approach to modeling Mullins effect in non-crystallizing filled elastomers
      The work was done in collaboration with Mrs. Aarohi B. Shah and Dr. Julian J Rimoli of School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Tech, USA. In this work, we investigate non-crystallizing nanoparticle-reinforced polymers. The effects of the interface rubber between elastomeric matrix and filler particles and its alteration are investigated as a primary cause of Mullins and Payne effect.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, J. J. Rimoli
      Team: A. B. Harish, A. B. Shah
      Jahr: 2016
    • In silico morphogenesis of collagen tissues for targeted drugs and bio-printing
      This project targets to understand the mechanisms behind the morphogenesis and the development of living tissues. To this aim, mechanical and biological actions that contribute to confer tissue desired topology and functionality will be modelled and analysed in silico. A computational framework for the modeling of tissue morphogenesis in natural and bio-printed systems will be developed. In particular, the project will address: the multiscale hierarchical and organized arrangement of tissue constituents; the chemo-mechanical interaction among tissue constituents and among cells; the chemo-mechano-biological mechanisms driving growth and remodeling; the extrusion and the curing of multicellular aggregates blended with bio-inks. Obtained results will target to elucidate mechanisms behind tissue functional/dysfunctional structure; conceive targeted drug systems for stimulating optimal molecular pathways promoting tissue healing; develop novel or optimize existing 3D bio-printing technologies.
      Leitung: M. Marino
      Jahr: 2017
      Förderung: Masterplan SmartBiotecs, MWK (Lower Saxony, Germany)

    Biomedical technology

    • Numerical simulation and experimental validation of biofilm formation
      In this Reserch , a state-of-the-art 3D computational model has been developed to investigate biofilms in a multi-physics framework using smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) based on a continuum approach. Biofilms are in fact aggregation of microorganisms such as bacteria. Biofilm formation is a complex process in the sense that several physical phenomena are coupled and consequently different time-scales are involved. On one hand, biofilm growth is driven by biological reaction and nutrient diffusion and on the other hand, it is influenced by the fluid flow causing biofilm deformation and interface erosion in the context of fluid and deformable solid interaction (FSI). The geometrical and numerical complexity arising from these phenomena poses serious complications and challenges in grid-based techniques such as finite element (FE). Such issues are generally referred to as mesh distortion. Here the solution is based on SPH as one of the powerful meshless methods. SPH based computational modeling is quite new in the biological community and the method is uniquely robust in capturing the interface-related processes of biofilm formation especially erosion. The fact is that SPH is a versatile tool owing to its adaptive Lagrangian nature in the problems whose geometry is temporarily varying (dynamic). Moreover, its mesh-less feature is considered to be favorable in interpreting the method as a particle based one. Hence, it is quite straight forward to incorporate complex interactions and ad-hoc rules at the particle level into the method. This is the case for the problems with coupled governing equations with different time and length scale. In this thesis all different physics which account for biofilm formation have been implemented in the framework of SPH and one can say that this tool is purely SPH based. Besides the numerical simulation, experiments were conducted by our partners in the medical school of Hannover. The obtained numerical results show a good agreement with experimental and published data which demonstrates that the model is capable of predicting overall spatial and temporal evolution of the biofilms. The developed tool can be employed in either controlling the detrimental biofilms or harnessing the beneficial ones.
      Leitung: Peter Wriggers
      Team: Meisam Soleimani, Peter Wriggers, Meike Stiesch
      Jahr: 2013
    • Gekoppelte Simulation von Aerosolströmungen in asthmatischen Bronchien
      Das Ziel dieses Projektvorhabens ist es, auf Basis eines gekoppelten 3D Mehrfeldmodells die partikelbeladene Luftströmung in gesunden sowie in asthmatisch verengten Bronchien anhand von numerischen Simulationen zu studieren.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, B. Avci
      Team: J. Stasch, J.-P. Fürstenau
      Jahr: 2014
      Förderung: Leibniz Universität Hannover, Wege in die Forschung
    • Advanced multiscale computational mechanics for physiopathological behavior analysis of tissues and organs
      The physiological functionalities of large biological structures are highly affected by the mechanics of living tissues which is, in turn, related to microstructural arrangement of histological constituents and biochemical environment at nanoscale. Present research activity aims to develop a novel tissue multiscale description, including also inelastic mechanisms, coupled with an advanced computational formulation under finite strain and large-displacement assumptions. As a result, an innovative in-silico tool for simulation of organs and large biological structures will be developed, allowing to predict pathology-related damage or pharmacological-related healing and providing novel diagnostic and clinical indications for highly patient-specific medical treatments.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, M. Marino
      Jahr: 2015
      Förderung: Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung
    • Patient-Specific FSI Analysis of the Blood Flow in the Thoracic Aorta
      The complexity of numerical modeling and simulation of blood flow in patient-specific thoracic aorta geometries leads to a number of major computational challenging issues. For instance, for an adequate simulation of the flow and pressure field, the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations have to be solved with the assumption that the relatively thin blood vessels suffer large displacements and undergo large elastic or visco-elastic deformations caused by the pulsatile blood flow. Subsequently, inaccurate predictions would be obtained for the hemodynamic quantities with the very simplifying rigid-wall assumption (CFD modeling). Moreover, when applying only the CFD modeling approach the essential phenomena of pressure wave propagation in cardiovascular systems are disregarded, however these phenomena are of major relevance for clinical practice. Accordingly, strongly coupled FSI schemes are inevitable for comprehensive blood flow simulations in arterial systems, and as blood and vascular walls have comparable densities, monolithic or at least partitioned strongly coupled FSI schemes are required for solving the multi-physics problem with its inherent significant added-mass effects.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, B. Avci
      Team: B. Avci
      Jahr: 2016
    • Computational modeling of in-stent restenosis
      This project aims to develop a computational tool for the modeling of the long-term behaviour of stent deployment, with a special focus on both current and prospective approaches. A multiscale description of arterial constitutive behaviour will be employed, including possible damage due to the stenting procedure. Moreover, the chemo-biological mechanisms underlying the growth and remodelling due to wound healing in tissues will be introduced. Therefore, a multiphysics computational framework will be developed and applied for the analysis of both metal and drug-eluting stents. The project will allow to identify the dominant mechanisms driving in-stent restenosis, deciphering the role of the different molecular species in the pathological remodeling of arteries. The final target is to optimise the clinical outcome of current approaches and propose targeted therapeutic approaches.
      Leitung: M. Marino
      Jahr: 2017
      Förderung: Masterplan SmartBiotecs, MWK (Lower Saxony, Germany)
    • Red blood cell simulation using a coupled shell-fluid analysis purely based on the SPH method
      If the rheological behavior of a Red-Blood-Cell (RBC) changes, for example due to some infection, it is reflected in its deformability when it passes through the microvessels. It can severely affect its proper function which is providing the oxygen and nutrient to the living cells. In this research project, a novel 3D numerical method has been developed to simulate RBCs based on the interaction between a shell-like solid structure and a fluid. RBC is assumed to be a thin shell encapsulating an internal fluid (Cytoplasm) which is submerged in an external fluid (blood plasma). The approach is entirely based on the smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) method for both fluid and the shell structure. The method was motivated by the goal to benefit from the Lagrangian and meshless features of SPH in order to handle several complexities in the problem due to the coupling between the RBC membrane as a deformable elastic shell and interior/exterior fluids.
      Leitung: Peter Wriggers
      Team: Meisam Soleimani
      Jahr: 2017
      Laufzeit: 3 Jahre

    High Performance Computing (HPC)

    • In many cases, massive parallel large-scale computations are indispensable for solving problems of practical interest. The numerical treatment of such class problems requires not only highly efficient scalable parallel solvers, moreover, efficient parallel algorithms covering the whole simulation pipeline – also including pre- and post-processing, mesh generation and design solvers considering uncertainties – are essential to model and to simulate large-scale or exascale class problems. The specific goal of this project is therefore the development and implementation of new parallel algorithms and methods that will allow to solve large-scale class problems with high efficiency.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, B. Avci
      Team: B. Avci
      Jahr: 2014
      Förderung: FP7 of the EU
    • ISPH-based Simulation of the Selective Laser Melting Process
      Development of a thermo-mechanical model for the simulation of the SLM process.
      Leitung: Christian Weißenfels, Peter Wriggers
      Team: M.Sc. Jan-Philipp Fürstenau
      Jahr: 2017

    Fracture Mechanics/ XFEM

    • Crack propagation and crack coalescence in a multiscale framework
      In this project a numerical framework for propagating and intersecting cracks on micro and macro scales is set up. Modeling cracks using the eXtended Finite Element Method (XFEM) provides an accurate and efficient numerical framework to model propagating and intersecting cracks. Since cracks of different length scales are assumed, a multiscale method is applied in order to be numerical efficient.
      Leitung: S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers
      Team: M. Holl
      Jahr: 2010
    • Large Deformation Cohesive-Zone Element for Fracture in Rubbery Polymers
      In this work, a 3D cohesive zone element is developed considering material and geometric nonlinearities and suitable for modeling large deformations and rotations.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: A. B. Harish
      Jahr: 2015
    • Nanoindentation for material property characterization
      In this work, techniques are developed for nanoindentation of soft polymers and brittle powdery materials and measurement of properties like modulus, hardness and fracture toughness.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, S. Löhnert
      Team: A. B. Harish, V. Kruppernikova
      Jahr: 2016

    Multiscale and multiphysics material modelling of polycrystalline metals and forming processes

    • Creep deformation of nickel based superalloys
      Modeling of nickel based superalloys on two scales using crystal plasticity and XFEM methods.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: L. Munk
      Jahr: 2018
    • Modelling and simulation of the joining zone during the tailored forming process
      In this project, micromechanically motivated thermo-chemo-mechanical material models are developed on a microscopic length scale and transformed to an effective macroscopic material model. In order to achieve a high mechanical strength of the hybrid solid component, these material models are used to evaluate the sensitivity of different process parameters after joining and during forming and heat treatment. Moreover, with aid of the the evaluation results the material behaviour of the joining zone can be accurately adjusted during the Tailored Forming process.
      Leitung: F. Aldakheel, P. Wriggers
      Team: C. Böhm, F. Töller
      Jahr: 2019
      Förderung: DFG im Rahmen des SFB 1153
    • Water-induced damage mechanisms of cyclic loaded high-performance concretes
      The use of offshore wind energy is expanding and fatigue-loaded concrete structures are built that are submerged in water. This currently already applies to so-called grouted joints, where high-strength fine-grained concrete (grout) is used in the steel support structures of offshore wind turbines. Such constructions are subjected to several hundred million load cycles within their service life. An increased water content in the concrete results from the offshore exposure which is principally different to onshore constructions,. Comparatively few investigations of fatigue-tested concrete specimens immersed in water are documented in the literature. Despite the fact, that considerably scatterings occur in these results a clear tendency can be observed. Specimens that are immersed in water have a significantly lower fatigue resistance compared with specimens tested in air. Some investigations also show that fatigue-loaded concrete specimens immersed in water have a significant change in their fracture behaviour compared with specimens tested in air. This can be seen, in tests, for example, by ascending air bubbles, wash-outs of fine particles and premature crack initiation.Water-induced damage mechanisms in fatigue-loaded concrete have indeed been recognised in the past, but they were not identified and described with sufficient precision. Consequently, they cannot be quantified reliably. Based on the existing knowledge gap, the vast majority of these mechanisms have currently escaped numerical modelling and simulation.The aim of this research project is to understand, analyse and quantify macroscopically water-induced damage mechanisms of fatigue-loaded high-performance concretes in the Experimental-Virtual-Lab (EVL) with complementary very latest state-of-the-art experimental methods. At the same time, models will be created and numerically implemented on a micromechanical basis that enables proving of hypotheses that will be derived from the experimental investigations. The structural data serve for the validation of these models; the data will be determined by µCT scans, NMR measurements and mercury intrusion porosimetry.After a first clarification of the origin of mechanisms by the EVL, modelling at the macroscopic level will be attempted on the basis of the micromechanical investigations. In this way it will be verified, how the water influences the degradation behaviour of fatigue-loaded high-performance concretes and which additional active, water-induced damage mechanisms are decisively involved in the degradation process. It will be possible for the first time to carry out a prediction of the degradation behaviour of fatigue-loaded high-performance concretes immersed in water based on microstructurally orientated parameters.
      Leitung: Fadi Aldakheel, Peter Wriggers
      Jahr: 2020
      Förderung: DFG SPP 2020, zweite Förderperiode
      Laufzeit: 3 Jahre

    Contact mechanics

    • MULTISCALE CONTACT HOMOGENIZATION OF GRANULAR INTERFACES
      Dry granular third bodies are frequently encountered at multiple scales of contact interfaces in contexts that range from mechanical problems of tire traction and semiconductor manufacturing to biological problems of wear debris generation and mobility in implant joints. The investigations that are envisaged within this proposal will provide further insight into the modeling and simulation of third body effects in a fully nonlinear three-dimensional virtual setting that accounts for inelastic phenomena.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers, I. Temizer
      Team: R. Weidlich
      Jahr: 2009
    • Mutiscale FEM approach for rubber friction on rough surfaces
      Understanding the frictional behaviour of elastomers on rough surfaces is of high practical importance in many industrial applications. For example the traction of a tire is directly linked to the material properties of the considered elastomer and the surface conditions of the road track. One goal of our studies is to gain a deeper understanding of the underlying contact physics at all length scales. Another aim is to determine a macroscopic coefficient of friction for varying material and surface properties and to validate the results with experimental data.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: P. Wagner
      Jahr: 2012
    • Contact models for soil mechanics
      The installation of foundations influences strongly the load bearing capacity of the soil. The large discrepancy between experimental and numerical results, using Coulomb friction law for modeling the soil structure interaction, points out that new strategies to solve this kind of problems are necessary. Experimental observations show that for rough surfaces of the structure the friction angle at the contact zone corresponds to the friction angle of the soil. This leads to the conclusion that the contact zone lies completely within the soil. A way to improve the friction laws for soil structure interactions is to project the soil models onto the contact surface which is the motivation of this work. </a></p>
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: C. Weißenfels
      Jahr: 2012
    • Application of the Virtual Element Method to Non-Conforming Contact Interfaces
      When using standard Finite Elements the discretization is subject to limitations depending on the element geometry. In contrast to this the Virtual Element Method offers the possibility for elements with an arbitrary number of nodes and special geometries like non-convex polygons or hanging nodes. In this Project the application of the Virtual Elements to different problems is investigated. Here it is used to create an efficient contact discretization.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: W.T. Rust
      Jahr: 2014
    • Towards multiscale modeling of Abrasive wear
      The work is motivated towards understanding wear as a multiscale-multiphysics approach. A 3D framework is developed to simulate cracks propagation in a microstructure due to contact loading to eventually predict wear trends in filled elastomeric compounds.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: A. B. Harish
      Jahr: 2015

    Additive Manufacturing

    Discrete Elements and Molecular Dynamics

    • Discrete Element Method
      This project is concerned with the development of a discrete element method (DEM) code for the simulation of large particle systems in 3-D, where also complex moving boundary geometries can be taken into account. The DEM is a well established numerical method to simulate systems consisting of granular matter. Granular mixing, tumbling mills, transport of particles via conveyor belts or screw conveyors are just some examples of important particulate processes in industry sectors like mining, pharmaceutical and food industries. For such systems, the optimization of the design variables as well as the appropriate choice of the operating parameters is still a difficult and a challenging task.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: B. Avci
      Jahr: 2011

    Artificial Intelligence

    • Using Machine Learning to Improve the Modelling of Machining and Cutting Processes
      Metal cutting is a fundamental process in industrial production. The fast and accurate on-line prediction of metal cutting processes is crucial for the Intelligent Manufacturing (IM). With the advent of high-speed computing, robust numerical algorithms and machine learning technology, computational modelling serves as a tool for not only accurate but also fast predicting the complex machining processes and understanding the complex physics. In this work, the machine learning based numerical model is developed for simulation of metal cutting processes.
      Leitung: C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers
      Team: M.Sc. Dengpeng Huang
      Jahr: 2018
      Förderung: China Scholarship Council (CSC)
    • Physics-Informed Data-Driven Simulation
      This project investigates to what extent simulation with neural networks on the one hand and data-based empirical modeling on the other hand can be combined in a symbiotic manner. The ultimate goal is the generation of reliable models for complex dynamical systems known as digital twins.
      Leitung: H. Wessels, P. Wriggers
      Team: H. Wessels
      Jahr: 2020

    Finite element technology

    • Application of the Virtual Element Method to Non-Conforming Contact Interfaces
      When using standard Finite Elements the discretization is subject to limitations depending on the element geometry. In contrast to this the Virtual Element Method offers the possibility for elements with an arbitrary number of nodes and special geometries like non-convex polygons or hanging nodes. In this Project the application of the Virtual Elements to different problems is investigated. Here it is used to create an efficient contact discretization.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: W.T. Rust
      Jahr: 2014
    • Large Deformation Cohesive-Zone Element for Fracture in Rubbery Polymers
      In this work, a 3D cohesive zone element is developed considering material and geometric nonlinearities and suitable for modeling large deformations and rotations.
      Leitung: P. Wriggers
      Team: A. B. Harish
      Jahr: 2015
    • The stress and fatigue analysis of the transportation line
      The conveyor of the production line in Salzgitter Flachstahl GmbH which carries the steel coils is going to be subjected to an extra load due to the bigger coil size. The objective is to do a structural analysis of the conveyor to see if the safety factor of structure is still in the allowable region. Since, the loading condition is naturally variable due to continuously feeding the moving conveyor with steel coils, a fatigue analysis is required in addition to an ordinary static analysis.
      Leitung: Peter Wriggers
      Team: Meisam Soleimani
      Jahr: 2018
  • Publikationen

    Buch

    • P. Wriggers, O. Allix, C. Weißenfels (2020): Virtual Design and ValidationSpringer Nature
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-38156-1
    • A. Popp and P. Wriggers (2018): Contact Modeling for Solids and ParticlesSpringer
    • J. Soric, P. Wriggers and O. Allix (2018): Multiscale Modeling of Heterogeneos StructuresSpringer
    • P. Wriggers and T. Lenarz (2018): Biomedical Technology – Modeling, Experiments and SimulationSpringer
    • H. Wessels, M. Gieseke, C. Weißenfels, S. Kaierle, P. Wriggers, L. Overmeyer (2017): Simulation von Selective Laser Melting ProzessenIn: R. Lachmayer, R. B. Lippert (Ed.) Additive Manufacturing Quantifiziert 145-162, Springer Vieweg, Berlin
      DOI: 10.1007/978-3-662-54113-5
      ISBN: 978-3-662-54112-8
    • M. Marino, G. Pontrelli, G. Vairo, P. Wriggers (2017): Coupling microscale transport and tissue mechanics: modelling strategies for arterial multiphysicsIn: S. Becker (Ed.), Microscale Transport Modelling In Biological Processes
      DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-804595-4.00004-3
    • J- Korelc, P.Wriggers (2016): Automation of Finite Element MethodsSpringer
      ISBN: 978-3-319-39003-1
    • J.-P. Fürstenau, B. Avci and P. Wriggers (2016): A Numerical Review of Multi-Fluid SPH Algorithms for High Density RatiosAdvances in Computational Fluid-Structure Interaction and Flow Simulation, Springer Verlag, Berlin. pp. 139-150.
      ISBN: 978-3-319-40827-9
    • M. Weidling, S. Besdo, T. Schilling, M. Bauer, T. Hassel, F.-W. Bach, H. J. Maier, J. Lamon, A. Haverich, P. Wriggers (2015): Development of Magnesium Alloy Scaffolds to Support Biological Myocardial Grafts - A Finite Element Investigationin "Biomedical Technology" eds. T. Lenarz and P. Wriggers Lecture Notes in Applied and Computational Mechanics, Vol. 74, Springer Verlag, pp. 81-100
    • P. Wriggers, M. Kultsova, A. Kapysh, A. Kultsov, I. Zhukova (2014): Intelligent Decision Support System for River Floodplain Managementin Knowledge Based Software Engineering, Eds. A. Kravets, M. Shcherbakov, M. Kultsova and T. Iijima,, Communications in Computer and Information Science, Springer pp. 195-213, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-11854-3_18
    • C. Wellmann and P. Wriggers (2011): Homogenization of Granular Material modeled by a 3D DEMParticle-Based Methods: Fundamentals and Applications, eds. E. Onate and D. R. J. Owen, pp. 211-231
    • D. Besdo, B. Heimann, M. Klüppel, M. Kröger, U. Nackenhorst and P. Wriggers (2011): Elastomere FrictionLNACM Vol. 51, Springer, Berlin
    • E. Lehmann, S. Schmaltz, D. Faßmann, S. Germain, C. Weber, S. Löhnert, M. Schaper, Fr.-W. Bach, P. Steinmann, K. Willner, P. Wriggers (2011): Identifikation eines Materialmodells für den DC04 basierend auf der numerischen Modellierung der polykristallinen Mikrostruktur und experimentellen DatenIn: M. Merklein, Fr.-W. Bach, A. E. Tekkaya (Hrg.) 1. Workshop Blechmassivumformung, S. 13-32, Meisenbach Bamberg. ISBN 978-3-87525-321-4.
    • E. Stephan and P. Wriggers (2011): Modeling, Simulation and Software Concepts for Scientific-Technological ProblemsLNACM Vol. 57, Springer, Berlin
    • G. Zavarise and P. Wriggers (eds.) (2011): Trends in Computational Contact MechanicsLNACM Vol. 58, Springer, Berlin
    • P. Pimenta and P. Wriggers (eds.) (2011): New Trends in Thin Structures: Formulation, Optimization and Coupled ProblemsCISM Course and Lecture Notes, vol 519, Springer, Wien
    • P. Wriggers (2010): Contact between Beams and Shells in "New Trends in Thin Structures: Formulation, Optimization and Coupled Problems", eds.: P. Pimenta and P. WriggersCISM Course and Lecture Notes, vol 519, pp. 155-174, Springer, Wien
    • P. Wriggers, C. Carstensen (Eds.) (2009): Mixed Finite Element Technologies. CISM Courses and Lectures, vol. 509.Springer, Wien.
    • P. Wriggers (2008): Nonlinear Finite Element Methods.Springer, Berlin.
    • P. Wriggers, T. A. Laursen (Eds.) (2008): Computational Contact Mechanics. CISM Courses and Lectures, vol. 498.Springer, Wien.
    • P. Wriggers, U. Nackenhorst (Eds.) (2007): IUTAM Symposium on Computational Methods in Contact Mechanics. Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium, Hannover, Nov. 5-8 2006.Springer, Dordrecht.
    • G. Zavarise, P. Wriggers, U. Nackenhorst (2006): A Guide for Engineers to Computational Contact Mechanics. The TCN Series on Simulation Based Engineering and Sciences, Vol. 1.Consorzio TCN, Trento, Italy.
    • P. Wriggers (2006): Computational Contact Mechanics. Second Edition.Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
    • P. Wriggers, U. Nackenhorst (Eds.) (2006): Analysis and Simulation of Contact Problems. Lecture Notes in Applied and Computational Mechanics, vol. 27.Springer, Heidelberg.
    • P. Wriggers, U. Nackenhorst, S. Beuermann, H. Spiess, S. Loehnert (2005): Technische Mechanik kompakt: Starrkörperstatik, Elastostatik, Kinetik.Teubner.
    • T. I. Zohdi, P. Wriggers (2005): Introduction to Computational Micromechanics. Lecture Notes in Applied and Computational Mechanics, vol. 20.Springer, Berlin.
    • E. Ramm, E. Rank, R. Rannacher, K. Schweizerhof, E. Stein, W. Wendland, G. Wittum, P. Wriggers, W. Wunderlich (2003): Error-controlled Adaptive Finite Elements in Solid Mechanics.Wiley, Chichester.
    • P. Wriggers (2002): Computational Contact Mechanics.Wiley, Chichester.
    • P. Wriggers (2001): Nichtlineare Finite-Element-Methoden.Springer, Berlin.
    • D. Gross, W. Hauger, W. Schnell, P. Wriggers (1999): Technische Mechanik 4: Hydromechanik, Elemente der Höheren Mechanik, Numerische Methoden.Springer, Berlin.
    • D. Gross, W. Schnell, W. Ehlers, P. Wriggers (1999): Formeln und Aufgaben zur Technischen Mechanik 3, Kinetik, Hydrodynamik.Springer, Berlin.
    • P. Wriggers, P. Panagiotopoulos (Eds.) (1999): New Developments in Contact Problems. CISM Courses and Lectures NO. 384.Springer, Wien, New York.
    • D. Gross, W. Schnell, W. Ehlers, P. Wriggers (1998): Formeln und Aufgaben zur Technischen Mechanik 2, Elastostatik, Hydrostatik.Springer, Berlin.
    • D. Gross, W. Schnell, W. Ehlers, P. Wriggers (1998): Formeln und Aufgaben zur Technischen Mechanik 1, Statik.Springer, Berlin.
    • P. Wriggers, U. Meisner, E. Stein, W. Wunderlich (1998): Finite Elemente in der Baupraxis, FEM 98.Ernst & Sohn.
    • J. Eibl, O. Obrecht, P. Wriggers (1992): Finite Elemente in der Baupraxis.
    • P. Wriggers, W. Wagner (Eds.) (1991): Nonlinear Computational Mechanics: State of the Art.Springer.

    Artikel in Journal

    • A. Hussein, P. Wriggers, B. Hudobivnik, F. Aldakheel, P.-A. Guidault, O. Allix (2020): Treatment of Brittle Fracture in Solids with the Virtual Element MethodVirtual Design and Validation
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-38156-1_11
    • A.G. Neto, P. Wriggers (2020): Numerical method for solution of pointwise contact between surfacesComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cma.2020.112971
    • B. Yan, J. Ma, D. Wu, P. Wriggers (2020): The analyses of dynamic response and reliability for failure-dependent stochastic micro-resonator with thermoelastic coupling effectsApplied Mathematical Modelling
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apm.2019.09.040
    • C. Böhm, J. Kruse, M. Stonis, F. Aldakheel, P. Wriggers (2020): Virtual Element Method for Cross-Wedge Rolling during Tailored Forming ProcessesProcedia Manufacturing
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.promfg.2020.04.220
    • F. Aldakheel, N. Noii, T. Wick, P. Wriggers (2020): A global-local approach for hydraulic phase-field fracture in poroelastic media
      arXiv: arXiv:2001.06055
    • F. Bussolati, P.A. Guidault, M.L.E. Guiton, O. Allix, P. Wriggers (2020): Robust Contact and Friction Model for the Fatigue Estimate of a Wire Rope in the Mooring Line of a Floating Offshore Wind TurbineVirtual Design and Validation
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-38156-1_13
    • Gartzke, A.-K.; Julmi, S.; Klose, C.; Besdo, S.; Waselau, A.-C.; Meyer-Lindenberg, A.; Maier, H. J.; Wriggers, P. (2020): Investigation of degraded bone substitutes made of magnesium alloy using scanning electron microscope and nanoindentationJournal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials
      DOI: 10.1016/j.jmbbm.2020.103825
    • Gartzke, A.-K.; Julmi, S.; Klose, C.; Waselau, A.-C.; Meyer-Lindenberg, A.; Maier, H. J.; Besdo, S.; Wriggers, P. (2020): A simulation model for the degradation of magnesium-based bone implantsJournal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials
      DOI: 10.1016/j.jmbbm.2019.103411
    • H. Wessels, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2020): The Neural Particle Method - An Updated Lagrangian Physics Informed Neural Network for Computational Fluid DynamicsComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cma.2020.113127
      arXiv: https://arxiv.org/abs/2003.10208
    • J. Plagge, A. Ricker, N.H. Kröger, P. Wriggers, M. Klüppel (2020): Efficient modeling of filled rubber assuming stress-induced microscopic restructurizationInternational Journal of Engineering Science
    • J.P. Fürstenau, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2020): Free surface tension in incompressible smoothed particle hydrodynamcis (ISPH)Computational Mechanics
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00466-019-01780-6
    • Julia Augustin, F. Feichtner, A. Waselau, S. Julmi, C. Klose, P. Wriggers, H. J. Maier, A. Meyer‐Lindenberg (2020): Comparison of two pore sizes of LAE442 scaffolds and their effect on degradation and osseointegration behavior in the rabbit modelJournal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/jbm.b.34607
    • M. Cihan, F. Aldakheel, B. Hudobivnik, P. Wriggers (2020): Virtual Element Formulation For Finite Strain Elastodynamics
      arXiv: arXiv:2002.02680
    • M. Dittmann, F. Aldakheel, J. Schulte, F. Schmidt, M. Krüger, P. Wriggers, C. Hesch (2020): Phase-field modeling of porous-ductile fracture in non-linear thermo-elasto-plastic solidsComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cma.2019.112730
    • Maier, H. J.; Julmi, S.; Behrens, S.; Klose, C.; Gartzke, A.-K.; Wriggers, P.; Waselau, A.-C.; Meyer-Lindenberg, A. (2020): Magnesium Alloys for Open-Pored Bioresorbable ImplantsJOM
    • MeisamSoleimani, NikhilMuthyala, MicheleMarino, PeterWriggers (2020): A novel stress-induced anisotropic growth model driven by nutrient diffusion: Theory, FEM implementation and applications in bio-mechanical problemsJournal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids
      DOI: 10.1016/j.jmps.2020.104097
    • N. Noii, F. Aldakheel, T. Wick, P. Wriggers (2020): An adaptive global-local approach for phase-field modeling of anisotropic brittle fractureComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cma.2019.112744
    • N. Viebahn, J. Schröder, P. Wriggers (2020): A Concept for the Extension of the Assumed Stress Finite Element Method to HyperelasticityNovel Finite Element Technologies for Solids and Structures
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-33520-5_4
    • P. Hartmann, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2020): Application of Enhanced Peridynamic Correspondence Formulation for Three-Dimensional Simulations at Large StrainsVirtual Design and Validation
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-38156-1_5
    • P. Wriggers, B. Avci (2020): Discrete Element Methods: Basics and Applications in EngineeringModeling in Engineering Using Innovative Numerical Methods for Solids and Fluids
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37518-8_1
    • P. Wriggers, F. Aldakheel, L. Lohaus, M. Heist (2020): Water-induced damage mechanisms of cyclically loaded High-performance concretesBAUINGENIEUR
    • S. Hosseini, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers, E. Baranger (2020): A Multiscale Projection Method for the Analysis of Fiber Microbuckling in Fiber Reinforced CompositesVirtual Design and Validation
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-38156-1_9
    • T. Bode, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2020): Peridynamic Petrov-Galerkin method: A generalization of the peridynamic theory of correspondence materialsComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Volume 358
      DOI: 10.1016/j.cma.2019.112636
    • T. Bode, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2020): Mixed peridynamic formulations for compressible and incompressible finite deformationsComputational Mechanics
      DOI: 10.1007/s00466-020-01824-2
    • Fürstenau, J., Wessels, H., Weißenfels, C., Wriggers, P. (2019): Generating virtual process maps of SLM using powder-scale SPH simulationsComputational Particle Mechanics
      DOI: 10.1007/s40571-019-00296-3
    • Kleer, N.; Julmi, S.; Gartzke, A.-K.; Augustin, J.; Feichtner, F.; Waselau, A.-C.; Klose, C.; Maier, H. J.; Wriggers, P.; Meyer-Lindenberg, A. (2019): Comparison of degradation behaviour and osseointegration of the two magnesium scaffolds, LAE442 and La2, in vivoMaterialia
      DOI: 10.1016/j.mtla.2019.100436
    • M. Marino, P. Wriggers (2019): Micro–macro constitutive modeling and finite element analytical-based formulations for fibrous materials: A multiscale structural approach for crimped fibersComput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg. 344:938-969
      DOI: 10.1016/j.cma.2018.10.016
    • M. von Hoegen, M. Marino, J. Schröder and P. Wriggers (2019): Direct and inverse identification of constitutive parameters from the structure of soft tissues. Part 2: dispersed arrangement of collagen fibersBiomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, in press,
      DOI: 10.1007/s10237-019-01119-3
    • S. Julmi, A.-K. Krüger, A.-C. Waselau, A. Meyer-Lindenberg, P. Wriggers, C. Klose, H. J. Maier (2019): Processing and coating of open-pored absorbable magnesium-based bone implantsMaterials Science & Engineering C 98 (2019) 1073-1086
      DOI: 10.1016/j.msec.2018.12.125
    • S. Zeller, M. Baldrich, G. Gerstein, F. Nürnberger, S. Löhnert, H. J. Maier, P. Wriggers (2019): Material models for the thermoplastic material behaviour of a dual-phase steel on a microscopic and a macroscopic length scaleJournal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids
      DOI: 10.1016/j.jmps.2019.04.012
    • A. G. Neto, P. M. Pimenta and P. Wriggers (2018): Contact between spheres and general surfacesComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
    • Aldakheel, F., Hudobivnik, B., Hussein, A., (2018): Phase-field modeling of brittle fracture using an efficient virtual element schemeComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
    • B. Hudobivnik, F. Aldakheel and P. Wriggers (2018): Low order 3D virtual element formulation for finite elasto–plastic deformationsComputational Mechanics
    • C. Carstensen, P. Brinkmann, F. Hellwig and P. Wriggers (2018): Nonlinear discontinuous Petrov-Galerkin methodsNumerische Mechanik
    • C. Weissenfels and P. Wriggers (2018): Stabilization algorithm for the optimal transportation meshfree approximation schemeComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
    • Dittmann, M., Aldakheel, F., Schulte, J., Wriggers, P., Hesch, C. (2018): Variational phase-field formulation of non-linear ductile fractureComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
    • F. Aldakheel, P. Wriggers and C. Miehe (2018): A modified Gurson-type plasticity model at finite strains: formulation, numerical analysis and phase-field couplingComputational Mechanics
    • H. Wessels, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2018): Metal particle fusion analysis for additive manufacturing using the stabilized optimal transportation meshfree methodComputer methods in applied mechanics and engineering
      DOI: 10.1016/j.cma.2018.04.042
    • H. Wessels, T. Bode, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers, T.I. Zohdi (2018): Investigation of Heat Source Modeling for Selective Laser MeltingComputational Mechanics
      DOI: 10.1007/s00466-018-1631-4
    • Kruse, R., Nguyen-Thanh, N., Wriggers, P. (2018): De Lorenzis, L., Isogeometric frictionless contact analysis with the third medium methodComputational Mechanics
    • M L. De Bellis, P. Wriggers, B. Hudobivnik, G. Zavarise (2018): Virtual element formulation for isotropic damageFinite Element Analysis and Design
    • M. Marino, M. von Hoegen, J. Schröder, P. Wriggers (2018): Direct and inverse identification of constitutive parameters from the structure of soft tissues. Part 1: micro- and nanostructure of collagen fibersBiomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology 17:1011-1036
      DOI: 10.1007/s10237-018-1009-8
    • M. Soleimani, S. Sahraee, P. Wriggers (2018): Red blood cell simulation using a coupled shell–fluid analysis purely based on the SPH methodBiomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology
      DOI: 10.1007/s10237-018-1085-9
    • Ma, J., Du, W., Gao, W., Wriggers, P., Xue, X. (2018): Multiscale finite element analysis of uncertain-but-bounded heterogeneous materials at finite deformationFinite Elements in Analysis and Design
    • S. Beese, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2018): 3D ductile crack propagation within a polycrystalline microstructure using XFEMComputational Mechanics
    • S. Yazdani, W.J.H. Rust, P. Wriggers (2018): Delamination onset and growth in composite shellsComputers & Structures
    • V.H. Nguyen, D. Zheng, F. Schmerwitz and P. Wriggers (2018): An advanced abrasion model for tire wearWear
    • VM. Nguyen-Thanh, X. Zhuang, H. Nguyen-Xuan, T. Rabczuk, P. Wriggers (2018): A Virtual Element Method for 2D linear elastic fracture analysis.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Volume 340, 1 October 2018, Pages 366-395
      DOI: 10.1016/j.cma.2018.05.021
    • H.B. Nguyen, X. Zhuang, P. Wriggers, T. Rabczuk, M.E. Mears, H.D. Han (2017): Isogeometric symmetric Galerkin boundary element method for three-dimensional elasticity problems Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
    • M. Marino, G. Pontrelli, G. Vairo, P. Wriggers (2017): A chemo-mechano-biological formulation for the effects of biochemical alterations on arterial mechanics: the role of molecular transport and multiscale tissue remodellingJournal of the Royal Society Interface 14:20170615
      DOI: 10.1098/rsif.2017.0615
    • M. Marino, P. Wriggers (2017): Finite strain response of crimped fibers under uniaxial traction: an analytical approach applied to collagenJournal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 98:429-453
      DOI: 10.1016/j.jmps.2016.05.010
    • P. Wagner, P. Wriggers, L. Veltmaat, H. Clasen, C. Prange, B. Wies (2017): Numerical multiscale modelling and experimental validation of low speed rubber friction on rough road surfaces including hysteretic and adhesive effectsTribology International, Volume 111, pp. 243–253
      DOI: 10.1016/j.triboint.2017.03.015
    • P. Wriggers, B. Hudobivnik (2017): A low order virtual element formulation for finite elasto-plastic deformationsComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
      DOI: 10.1016/j.cma.2017.08.053
    • P. Wriggers, B.D. Reddy, W. T. Rust, B. Hudobivnik (2017): Efficient virtual element formulations for compressible and incompressible finite deformationsComputational Mechanics (2017) 60:253–268
      DOI: 10.1007/s00466-017-1405-4
    • S. Reschka, L. Munk, P. Wriggers, H. J. Maier (2017): An EBSD Evaluation of the Microstructure of Crept Nimonic 101 for the Validation of a Polycrystal–Plasticity ModelJournal of Materials Engineering and Performance
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11665-017-3046-3
    • Steffen Beese, Stefan Loehnert, Peter Wriggers (2017): 3D ductile crack propagation within a polycrystalline microstructure using XFEM Computational Mechanics
      DOI: 10.1007/s00466-017-1427-y
    • A. B. Harish, P. Wriggers, J. Jungk, N. Hojdis and C. Recker (2016): Mesoscale constitutive modeling of non-crystallizing filled elastomersComputational Mechanics, Vol. 57(4), pp. 653-677 | Datei |
      DOI: 10.1007/s00466-015-1251-1
    • D. Gottschalk, A. McBride, B.D. Reddy, A. Javil, P. Wriggers and C.B. Hirschberger (2016): Computational and theoretical aspects of a grain-boundary model that accounts for grain misorientation and grain-boundary orientationComputational Materials Science, vol. 111, pp. 443-459
    • J. Costa, P. Pimenta and P. Wriggers (2016): Meshless analysis of shear deformable shells: boundary and interface constraintsComputational Mechanics, vol. 57, pp. 679-700
    • J. Schröder, N. Viebahn, D. Balzani and P. Wriggers (2016): A novel mixed finite element for finite anisotropic elasticity; the SKA-element Simplified Kinematics for AnisotropyComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, vol. 310, pp. 475-494
    • M. Paggi and P. Wriggers (2016): Node-to-segment and node-to-surface interface finite elements for fracture mechanicsComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, vol. 300, pp. 540-560
    • Meisam Soleimani, Peter Wriggers, Henryke Rath, Meike Stiesch (2016): Numerical simulation and experimental validation of biofilm in a multi-physics framework using an SPH based method
      DOI: 10.1007/s00466-016-1308-9
    • P. S. B. Nigro and M. Anndif and Y. Teixeira and P. Pimenta and P. Wriggers (2016): An adaptive model order reduction by proper snapshot selection for nonlinear dynamical problemsComputational Mechanics, vol. 57, pp. 537-554
    • P. Wriggers (2016): Modelle in der StrukturmechanikBauingenieur, vol. 91, pp. 330-334
    • P. Wriggers, W.T. Rust, B.D. Reddy (2016): A virtual element method for contact Computational Mechanics (2016) 58: 1039-1050
      DOI: 10.1007/s00466-016-1331-x
    • S. Yazdani, W.J.H. Rust, P. Wriggers (2016): Delamination growth in composite laminates of variable stiffnessInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering
      DOI: 10.1002/nme.5264
    • S. Yazdani, W.J.H. Rust, P. Wriggers (2016): An XFEM approach for modelling delamination in composite laminatesComposite Structures
      DOI: 10.1016/j.compstruct.2015.09.035
    • Wriggers, P., Schröder, J. and Auricchio, F. (2016): Finite element formulations for large strain anisotropic materialsInternational Journal on Advanced Modelling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences, (accepted)
    • C. Weißenfels and P. Wriggers (2015): Methods to project plasticity models onto the contact surface applied to soil structure interactionsComputers and Geotechnics 65 (2015) 187–198 | Datei |
    • L. Wolters, S. Besdo, N. Angrisani, P. Wriggers, B. Hering, J. M. Seitz, J. Reifenrath (2015): Degradation behaviour of LAE442-based plate–screw-systems in an in vitro bone modelMaterials Science and Engineering, Vol. 49, pp. 305-315
    • M. Marino, G. Vairo, P. Wriggers (2015): Multiscale hierarchical mechanics in soft tissuesProceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 15:35-38
      DOI: 10.1002/pamm.201510010
    • P. Wagner, P. Wriggers, C. Klapproth, C. Prange, B. Wies (2015): Multiscale FEM approach for hysteresis friction of rubber on rough surfacesComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Volume 296, pp. 150-168, DOI: 10.1016/j.cma.2015.08.003
    • S. Beese, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2015): 3D Ductile crack propagation with the XFEMProceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, vol 15, pp. 747-748
      DOI: 10.1002/pamm.201510354
    • G.A. Drosopoulos, P. Wriggers, G.E. Stavroulakis (2014): A multi-scale computational method including contact for the analysis of damage in composite materialsComputational Material Science, 95, pp.522-535, DOI: 10.1016/j.commatsci.2014.08.004
    • J. Ma, J. Zhang, LJ. Li, P. Wriggers, S. Sahraee (2014): Random homogenization analysis for heterogeneous materials with full randomness and correlation in microstructure based on finite element method and Monte-carlo methodComputational Mechanics, 54 pp. 1395-1414, DOI: 10.1007/s00466-014-1065-6
    • J. Ma, S.Q. Zhang, P. Wriggers, W. Gao, L. de Lorenzis (2014): Stochastic homogenized effective properties of three-dimensional composite material with full randomness and correlation in the microstructureComputers & Structures, 144 pp. 62-74, DOI: 10.1016/j.compstruc.2014.06.003
    • L. De Lorenzis, P. Wriggers, TJR Hughes (2014): Isogeometric contact: a reviewGAMM‐Mitteilungen, 37 (1), pp. 85-123, DOI: 10.1002/gamm.201410005
    • M. Bauer, T. Schilling, M. Weidling, D. Hartung, Ch. Biskup, P. Wriggers, F. Wacker, Fr. -W. Bach, A. Haverich, T. Hassel (2014): Geometric adaption of biodegradable magnesium alloy scaffolds to stabilise biological myocardial grafts. Part IJournal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, Volume 25, Issue 3, Page 909-916, DOI 10.1007/s10856-013-5100-5
    • M. Holl, T. Rogge, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers, R. Rolfes (2014): 3D multiscale crack propagation using the XFEM applied to a gas turbine bladeComputational Mechanics; Vol. 53; Issue 1; pages 173-188; DOI: 10.1007/s00466-013-0900-5
    • R. Dimitri, L. De Lorenzis, M.A. Scott, P. Wriggers, R.L. Taylor, G. Zavarise (2014): Isogeometric large deformation frictionless contact using T-splines213. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Volume 269, pp. 394-414, DOI: 10.1016/j.cma.2013.11.002
    • S.O.R. Biabanaki, A.R. Khoei, P. Wriggers (2014): Polygonal finite element methods for contact-impact problems on non-conformal meshesComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Volume 269, pp. 198-221, DOI: 10.1016/j.cma.2013.10.025
    • T. Wu, I. Temizer and P. Wriggers (2014): Multiscale Hydro-Thermo-Chemo-Mechanical Coupling: Application to Alkali-Silica ReactionJournal of Computational Material Science, Vol 84, 381-395.
    • E. Lehmann, D. Faßmann, S. Loehnert, M. Schaper, P. Wriggers (2013): Texture development and formability prediction for pre-textured cold rolled body-centred cubic steelInt. J. Eng. Sci., 68: 24-37
    • F. Auricchio, L. Beirao da Velga, C. Lovadina, A. Reali, R. L. Taylor, P. Wriggers (2013): Approximation of incompressible large deformation elastic problems: some unresolved issuesComputational Mechanics, DOI: 10.1007/s00466-013-0869-0
    • I.Temizer, T.Wu, P.Wriggers (2013) (2013): On the Optimality of the Window Method in Computational Homogenization International Journal of Engineering Science, Vol. 64; page 66-73.
    • L. de Lorenzis, P. Wriggers (2013): Computational homogenization of rubber friction on rough rigid surfacesComputational Materials Science, Vol. 77, pages 264-280
    • M. Holl, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2013): An adaptive multiscale method for crack propagation and crack coalescenceInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering; Vol. 93; Issue 1; pages 23-51; DOI: 10.1002/nme.4373
    • M. Paggi, E. Lehmann, C. Weber, A. Carpinteri, P. Wriggers, M. Schaper (2013): A numerical investigation of the interplay between cohesive cracking and plasticity in polycrystalline materialsComput. Mater. Sci., 77: 81-92
    • P. Wriggers, J. Schröder, A. Schwarz (2013): A finite element method for contact using a third mediumComputational Mechanics, Vol. 52, pages 837-847
    • S. Besdo, A.-K. Krüger, Ch. Rössig, P. Helmecke, H. Waizy, P. Wriggers, N. Angrisani, J. Reifenrath (2013): Finite Element Study of Degradable Intramedullary Nails out of Magnesium Alloy for Ovine Tibiae Biomedical Engineering/Biomedizinische Technik
    • T. Gerasimov, E. Stein, P. Wriggers (2013): New simple, cheap and efficient explicit error estimator for adaptive finite element analysis in elasticity and fracturesubmitted to IJNME
    • T.Wu, I.Temizer and P.Wriggers (2013): Computational Thermal Homogenization of ConcreteJournal of Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol 35(1), 59-70.
    • B. Avci and P. Wriggers (2012): A DEM-FEM coupling approach for the direct numerical simulation of 3D particulate flowsJournal of Applied Mechanics, Vol. 79, 010901-(1-7).
    • C. Prange, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2012): Error estimation for crack simulations using the XFEM.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, vol 91, pp. 1459 - 1474
    • C. Wellmann and P. Wriggers (2012): A two-scale model of granular materialsComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 205-208, 46-58.
    • D.S. Mueller-Hoeppe, P. Wriggers, S. Loehnert (2012): Crack face contact for a hexahedral-based XFEM formulationComputational Mechanics, vol 49, pp. 725-734
    • E. Lehmann et. al. (2012): Material model identification for DC04 based on the numerical modelling of the polycrystalline microstructure and experimental data.Key Eng. Mater., 504-506: 993-998
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2012): Computational Homogenisation of Polycrystalline Elastoplastic Microstructures at Finite DeformationTechnische Mechanik, 32 (2-5): 369-379
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2012): About the Microstructural Effects of Polycrystalline Materials and their Macroscopic Representation at Finite DeformationProc. Appl. Math. Mech., 12 (1): 275-276
    • I. Temizer, P. Wriggers and T.R.J. Hughes (2012): Three-Dimensional Mortar-Based Frictional Contact Treatment in Isogeometric Analysis with NURBSComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, v.209-212 p.115-128.
    • S. Loehnert, C. Prange, P. Wriggers (2012): Error Controlled Adaptive Multiscale XFEM Simulation of CracksInternational Journal of Fracture, vol 178, pp. 147-156
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2011): Towards the Effective Behaviour of Polycrystalline Materials for Sheet Bulk Metal Forming ProcessesAIP Conf. Proc., 1353: 1179-1184
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2011): Computational Homogenisation of Polycrystalline Elastoplastic Microstructures at Finite DeformationProc. Appl. Math. Mech., 11 (1): 401-402
    • I. Temizer, P. Wriggers (2011): Homogenization in Finite ThermoelasticityJournal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, v.59 p.344–372.
    • I. Temizer, P. Wriggers and T.R.J. Hughes (2011): Contact Treatment in Isogeometric Analysis with NURBSComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 200 pp. 1100-1112
    • J. Ma, I. Temizer and P. Wriggers (2011): Random homogenization analysis in linear elasticity based on analytical boundsInternational Journal of Solids and Structures, 48 pp 280-291
    • J. Ma, P. Wriggers and W. Gao (2011): Dynamic optimization design of fuzzy-random truss structures based on the general dynamic reliabilityComputational Mechanics
    • J. Ma, W. Gao, P. Wriggers, J.J. Chen, S. Sahraee (2011): Structural dynamic optimal design based on the dynamic reliabilityEngineering Structures 33 (2)
    • J. Schröder and P. Wriggers and D. Balzani (2011): A new Mixed Finite Element based on Different Approximations of the Minors of Deformation TensorsComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 200:3583-3600
    • L. de Lorenzis, I. Temizer, P. Wriggers and G. Zavarise (2011): A large deformation frictional contact formulation using NURBS-based isogeometric analysis International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 87 pp 1278-1300
    • L. de Lorenzis, P. Wriggers and G. Zavarise (2011): Isogeometric analysis of 3D large deformation contact problems with the augmented Lagrangian formulationComputational Mechancis, DOI 10.1007/s00466-011-0623-4
    • M. Paggi and P. Wriggers (2011): „A nonlocal cohesive zone model for finite thickness interfaces – Part I: Mathematical formulations and validation with molecular dynamicsComputational Material Science pp 1625-1633(2011)
    • M. Paggi and P. Wriggers (2011): A nonlocal cohesive zone model for finite thickness interfaces – Part II: FE Implementation and application to polycristalline materialsComputational Material Science pp 1634-1643
    • S. Loehnert, D.S. Mueller-Hoeppe, P. Wriggers (2011): 3D corrected XFEM approach and extension to finite deformation theoryInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, vol 86, pp. 431 - 452
    • C. Weißenfels and P. Wriggers (2010): Numerical modeling of electrical contactsComputational Mechanics, 46, pp. 301-314
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2010): Modelling Metals at Finite DeformationProc. Appl. Math. Mech., 10 (1): 305-306
    • I. Temizer and P. Wriggers (2010): Inelastic analysis of granular interfaces via computational contact homogenizationInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 84 pp. 883-915
    • I. Temizer and P. Wriggers (2010): A micromechanically motivated higher-order continuum formulation of linear thermal conduction ZAMM, 90 pp. 768-782
    • I. Temizer and P. Wriggers (2010): Thermal contact conductance characterization via computational contact homogenization: A finite deformation theory frameworkInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 83 pp. 24-58
    • I. Temizer, P. Wriggers (2010): An Adaptive Multiscale Resolution Strategy for the Finite Deformation Analysis of Microheterogeneous StructuresComput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg. v.200 p.2639-2661
    • J. Korelc, U. Šolinc and P. Wriggers (2010): An improved EAS brick element for finite deformationComputational Mechanics, 46, pp. 641-650
    • J. Ma, W. Gao, P. Wriggers, T. Wu and S. Sahraee (2010): The analyses of dynamic response and reliability of fuzzy-random truss under stationary stochastic excitationComputational Mechanics, 45 pp. 443-455
    • B.A. Lau, R. Bader, A. Schneider, P.Wriggers (2009): Finite-element transient calculation of a bell struck by a clapperConcepts, Experiments, and Fieldwork: Studies in Systematic Musicology and Ethnomusicology, Peter Lang, December 2009
    • D.S. Mueller-Hoeppe, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2009): A finite deformation brick element with inhomogeneous mode enhancementInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, vol 78, pp. 1164 - 1187
    • P. Wriggers, B. Avci, S. Woltering (2009): Schwingungsreduktion einer Pontonanlage in BremerhavenBauingenieur
    • P. Wriggers, J. Reinelt (2009): Multi-scale Approach for Frictional Contact of Elastomers on Rough Rigid Surfaces.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 198:1996-2008
    • R. A. Sauer and P. Wriggers (2009): Formulation and analysis of a 3D finite element implementation for adhesive contact at the nanoscale,Comp. Meth. Appl. Mech. Engrg., DOI: 10.1016/j.cma.2009.08.019
    • T. Liu, G. Liu, P. Wriggers, S Zhu (2009): Study on Contact Characteristic of Nanoscale Asperities by Using Molecular Dynamic Simulations.Journal of Tribology, 131:022001-1-022001-10
    • C. Wellmann, C. Lillie and P. Wriggers (2008): A Contact Detection Algorithm for Superellipsoids based on the Common-Normal Concept Engineering Computations, 25(5), pp. 432-442 | Datei | Weitere Informationen
    • C. Wellmann, C. Lillie and P. Wriggers (2008): Comparison of the macroscopic behavior of granular materials modeled by different constitutive equations on the microscaleFinite Elements in Analysis and Design, Vol. 44(5), pp. 259-271 | Datei | Weitere Informationen
    • C. Wellmann, C. Lillie and P. Wriggers (2008): Homogenization of granular material modeled by a three-dimensional Discrete Element MethodComputers and Geotechnics, 35(3), pp. 394-405 | Datei | Weitere Informationen
    • D. Sheng, H. Yamamoto, P. Wriggers (2008): Finite element analysis of enlarged end piles using frictional contact.Solids and Foundations, 48:1-14
    • E. Boerner, P. Wriggers (2008): A macro-element for incompressible finite deformations based on a volume averaged deformation gradient.Computational Mechanics, 42:407-416
    • I. Temizer, P. Wriggers (2008): A Multiscale Contact Homogenization Technique for the Modeling of Third Bodies in the Contact InterfaceComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 198:377-396 | Datei |
    • I. Temizer, P. Wriggers (2008): On the computation of the macroscopic tangent for multiscale volumetric homogenization problemsComput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg. 198, pp. 495-510 (doi:10.1016/j.cma.2008.08.018) | Datei | Weitere Informationen
    • I. Temizer, P. Wriggers (2008): On a Mass Conservation Criterion in Micro-to-Macro Transitions.Journal of Applied Mechanics, Trans. ASME, v.75 p.054503 | Datei | Weitere Informationen
    • M. Hain and P. Wriggers (2008): On the numerical homogenization of hardened cement pasteComputational Mechanics, 42, pp. 197-212
    • M. Hain, P. Wriggers (2008): Computational Homogenization of micro-structural Damage due to Frost in Hardened Cement Paste.Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, 44:223-244
    • O. Allix, U. Perego and P. Wriggers (2008): Special issue: Challenges in computationalmechanicsComputational Mechanics, 42 pp. 145-146
    • P. M. Pimenta, E. M. B. Campello, P. Wriggers (2008): An exact conserving algorithm for nonlinear dynamics with rotational DOFs and general hyperelasticity. Part 1: Rods.Computational Mechanics, 42:715-732
    • P. Wriggers, G. Zavarise (2008): A formulation for frictionless contact problems using a weak form introduced by Nitsche.Computational Mechanics, 41:407-420
    • S. Löhnert and P. Wriggers (2008): Effective Behaviour of Elastic Heterogeneous Thin Structures at Finite DeformationsComputational Mechanics, 41, pp. 595 - 606
    • Wriggers P., Siplivaya M., Joukova I., Slivin R. (2008): Intelligent support of the processing stage of engineering analysis using case-based reasoning.Engineering with Computers, 24:384-404
    • D. Fressmann, P. Wriggers (2007): Advection Approaches for single- and multi-level materials: Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian finite element procedures.Computational Mechanics, 39:153-190
    • D. Sheng, P. Wriggers, S. W. Sloan (2007): Application of Frictional Contact in Geotechnical Engineering.International Journal of Geomechanics, :176-185
    • E. Boerner, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2007): A new finite element based on the theory of a Cosserat point - extension to initially distorted elements for 2D plane strain.Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng., 71, 454 - 472
    • E. Boerner, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2007): A new finite element based on the theory of a Cosserat point - extension to initially distorted elements for 2D plane strain.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 71:454-472
    • E. M. B. Campello, P. M. Pimenta, P. Wriggers (2007): Elastic-plastic analysis of metallic shells at finite strains.Rem-Revista Escola de Minas, 60:381-389
    • I. Temizer, P. Wriggers (2007): An adaptive method for homogenization in orthotropic nonlinear elasticityComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 196:3409-3423 | Datei |
    • K. Krabbenhoft, A. V. Lyamin, S. W. Sloan, P. Wriggers (2007): An interior-point algorithm for elastoplasticity.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 69:592-626
    • P. Wriggers, M. Hain (2007): Frostschädigung von Zementstein.Bauingenieur, 82:479-486
    • Wriggers P., Siplivaya M., Joukova I., Slivin R. (2007): Intelligent support of engineering analysis using ontology and case-based reasoning.Engineering Application of Artificial Intelligence, 20:709-720
    • D. Sheng, P. Wriggers, S. W. Sloan (2006): Improved numerical algortihms for frictional contact in pile penetration analysis.Computers and Geotechnics, 33:341-354
    • K. A. Fischer, P. Wriggers (2006): Mortar based frictional contact formulation for higher order interpolations using the moving friction cone.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 195:5020-5036
    • P. Wriggers, K. Chavan (2006): Beam and Shell Elements for Thin-walled Aluminium Structures.Foundations of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 7:397-412
    • P. Wriggers, S. O. Moftah (2006): Mesoscale models for concrete: Homogenization and damage behaviour.Finite Element Analysis and Design, 42:623-636
    • A. Soroushian, P. Wriggers and J. Farjoodi (2005): On practical integration of semi-discretized nonlinear equations of motion. Part 1: Reasons for probable instability and improper convergenceJournal of Sound and Vibration, 284, pp. 705-731
    • D. Boso, P. Litewka, B. A. Schrefler, P. Wriggers (2005): A 3D beam-to-beam contact finite element for coupled electric-mechanical fields.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 64:1800-1815
    • D. Sheng, K. D. Eigenbrod, P. Wriggers (2005): Finite element analysis of pile installation using large-slip frictional contact.Computers and Geotechnics, 32:17-26
    • H. W. Zhang, H. Wang, P. Wriggers, B. A. Schrefler (2005): A finite element model for contact analysis of multiple Cosserat bodies.Computational Mechanics, 36:444-458
    • K. A. Fischer, P. Wriggers (2005): Frictionless 2D Contact formulations for finite deformations based on the mortar method.Computational Mechanics, 36:226-244
    • M. Andre, P. Wriggers (2005): Thermomechanical behaviour of rubber materials during vulcanization.International Journal of Solids & Structures, 42:4758-4778
    • M. Hain, P. Wriggers (2005): Mikrostruktursimulation von Zementstein.Bauingenieur, 80:313-319
    • P. Wriggers (2005): Buchbesprechung: Kontinuums- und Kontaktmechanik von K. Willner.Technische Mechanik
    • S. Loehnert, E. Boerner, M. Rubin, P. Wriggers (2005): Response of a nonlinear elastic general Cosserat brick element in simulations typically exhibiting locking and hourglassing.Computational Mechanics, 36:255-265
    • T. Raible, K. Tegeler, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2005): Development of a wrinkling algorithm for orthotropic membrane materials.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 194:2550-2568
    • A. Rieger, P. Wriggers (2004): Adaptive methods for thermo-mechanical contact problems.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 58:871-894
    • A.A. Bandeira, P. Wriggers and P. de Mattos Pimenta (2004): Homogenization methods leading to interface laws of contact mechanicsInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 59, pp. 173-195
    • Bandeira, A. A., P. Wriggers, P. de Mattos Pimenta (2004): Homogenization methods leading to interface laws of contact mechanics.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 59:173-195
    • C. Sansour, P. Wriggers, J. Sansour (2004): On the design of energy-momentum integration schemes for arbitrary continuum formulations. Applications to classical and chaotic motion of shells.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 60:2419-2440
    • F. Liu, P. Wriggers, L. Li (2004): Wear simulation based on node-to-segment element.Key Engineering Materials, 274-276:577-582
    • H. W. Zhang, S. Y. He, X. S. Li, P. Wriggers (2004): A new algorithm for numerical solution of 3d elastoplastic contact problems with orthotropic friction law.Computational Mechanics, 34:1-14
    • J. Nettingsmeier, P. Wriggers (2004): Frictional contact of elastomer materials on rough rigid surfaces.PAMM, 4:360-361
    • K. Chavan, P. Wriggers (2004): Consistent Coupling of Beam and Shell Models for Thermo-elastic Analysis.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 59:1861-1878
    • P. M. Pimenta, E. M. B. Campello, P. Wriggers (2004): A fully nonlinear multi-parameter shell model with thickness variation and a triangular shell finite element formulation.Computational Mechanics, 34:181-193
    • P. Wriggers (2004): Book Review: S. Mohammadi, Discontinuum Mechanics using Finite and Discrete Elements.ZAMM, 84:774
    • P. Wriggers and G. Zavarise (2004): Computational Contact MechanicsEncyclopedia of Computational Mechanics, eds. E. Stein, R. de Borst and T. J. R. Hughes, Wiley, Chichester
    • P. Wriggers and L. Krstulovic-Opara (2004): The moving friction cone approach for three dimensional contact simulationsJournal of Computational Methods 1 pp.115-119
    • P. Wriggers, E. Stein (2004): Multi-Skalen Methoden und Modelladaptivität bei der Berechnung von komplexen Strukturen.Bauingenieur, :497-505
    • P. Wriggers, L. Krstulovic-Opara (2004): The Moving Friction Cone approach for three-dimensional contact simulations.International Journal of Computational Methods, 1:105-119
    • A. Rieger, P. Wriggers (2003): Comparison of Different Error Indicators for Contact Problems Involving Large Elastic Strains.Applicable Analysis, 82:575-601
    • A. Soroushian, P. Wriggers, J. Farjoodi (2003): A practical upper-bound on errors associated with Richardson extrapolation and its application in time integration analysis.comstr
    • C. Sansour, P. Wriggers, J. Sansour (2003): A finite element post-processed Galerkin method for dimensional reduction in the nonlinear dynamics of solids. Applications to shells.Computational Mechanics, 32:104-114
    • E. M. B. Campello, P. M. Pimenta, P. Wriggers (2003): A triangular finte shell element based on a fully nonlinear shell formulation.Computational Mechanics, 31:505-518
    • H. Tschöpe and E. Onate and P. Wriggers (2003): Comparison of the Critical Displacement Method and the Extended System for critical point computationsEngineeringComputation, 5/6, pp. 611-628
    • H. Tschöpe, E. Onate, P. Wriggers (2003): Direct Computation of instability points with inequality constraints using FEM.Engineering Computation, 5/6:611-628
    • H. Tschöpe, P. Wriggers, E. Onate (2003): Direct computation of instability points for contact problems.Computational Mechanics, 31:173-178
    • H. W. Zhang, B. Schrefler, P. Wriggers (2003): Interaction between different internal length scales for strain localization analysis of single phase materials.Computational Mechanics, 30:212-219
    • N. Krstulovic-Opara, J. Nau, P. Wriggers, L. Krstulovic-Opara (2003): Auto-adaptive composite structures with self-actuating SMA-HPFRCC fuses.International Journal of Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructural Engineering, 18:78-94
    • P. Wriggers, A. Haraldsson (2003): A simple formulation for two-dimensional contact problems using a moving friction cone.Communications in Numerical Methods in Engineering, 19:285-295
    • S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2003): Homogenization of micro-heterogeneous materials considering interfacial delamination at finite strains.Technische Mechanik, 23:167-177
    • T. Raible, S. Loehnert, K. Tegeler, P. Wriggers (2003): Analysis wrinkling states in membranes.
    • C. S. Han, P. Wriggers (2002): On the error indication of shells in unilateral fricionless contact.Computational Mechanics, 28:169-176
    • C. Sansour, W. Wagner, P. Wriggers, J. Sansour (2002): An energy-momentum integration scheme and enhanced strain finite elements for the non-linear dynamics of shells.Non-Linear Mechanics, 37:951-966
    • G. D. Hu, P. Wriggers (2002): On the adaptive finite element method of steady-state rolling contact for hyperelasticity in finite deformations.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 191:1333-1348
    • L. Krstulovic-Opara, P. Wriggers, J. Korelc (2002): A C1-continuous formulation for 3D finite deformation frictional contact.Computational Mechanics, 29:27-42
    • P. Litewka, P. Wriggers (2002): Contact between 3D-beams with rectangular cross section.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 53:2019-2042
    • P. Litewka, P. Wriggers (2002): Frictional Contact between 3D-beams with rectangular cross section.Computational Mechanics, 28:26-39
    • P. Wriggers (2002): Rechnergestütztes Materialdesign.Braunschweigisch Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft, Jahrbuch 2001, :61-64
    • A. Haraldsson, P. Wriggers (2001): A strategy for numerical testing of frictional laws with application to contact between soil and concrete.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 190:963-978
    • A. Rieger, P. Wriggers (2001): Adaptive methods for frictionless contact problems.Computers and Structures, 79:2197-2208
    • E. Onate, H. Tschöpe, P. Wriggers (2001): Combination of the critical displacement method with a damage model for structural instability analysis.Engineering Computation, 18:642-662
    • L. Krstulovic-Opara, P. Wriggers, J. Korelc (2001): Rolling contact simulations with frictional contact elements using Lagrangian description.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 81:S397-S398
    • P. Wriggers, L. Krstulovic-Opara, J. Korelc (2001): Smooth C1- interpolations for two-dimensional frictional contact problems.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 51:1469-1495
    • S. H. Lee, C. S. Han, S. I. Oh, P. Wriggers (2001): Comparative crash simulations incorporating the results of sheet forming analyses.Engineering Computations, 18:744-758
    • T. I. Zohdi, P. Wriggers (2001): Computational micro-macro material testing.Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering, 8:131-228
    • T. Zohdi, P. Wriggers (2001): Aspects of the computational testing of the mechanical properties of microheterogeneous material samples.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 50:2573-2599
    • T. Zohdi, P. Wriggers (2001): Modeling and simulating of the decohesion of particulate aggregates in a binding matrix.Engineering Computations, 18:79-95
    • T. Zohdi, P. Wriggers (2001): A consistent Petrov-Galerkin transformation that eliminates spurious oscillations for heterogeneous diffusion-reaction equations.Computational Material Science
    • T. Zohdi, P. Wriggers (2001): A model for simulating the detioration of structural-scale material responses of microheterogeneous solids.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 190:2803-2824
    • T. Zohdi, P. Wriggers, C. Huet (2001): A method of substructuring large-scale computational micromechanical problems.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 190:5639-5656
    • G. Zavarise, P. Wriggers (2000): Contact with friction between beams in 3-D space.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 49:977-1006
    • H. Braess, P. Wriggers (2000): Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian finite element analysis of free surface flows.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 190:95-110
    • Hu, G. D., Panagiotopoulos, P. D., Panagouli, O., Scherf, O., Wriggers, P. (2000): Adaptive Finite Element Analysis of Fractal Interfaces in Contact Problems.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 182:17-38
    • P. Wriggers, A. Rieger, O. Scherf (2000): Comparison of different error measures for adaptive finite element techniques applied to contact problems involving large elastic strains.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
    • P. Wriggers, L. Krstulovic-Opara (2000): On Smooth Finite Element Discretization for Frictional Contact Problems.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 80,S1:77-80
    • S. Reese, P. Wriggers (2000): A new stabilization concept for finite elements in large deformation problems.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 48:79-110
    • S. Reese, P. Wriggers, B. D. Reddy (2000): A new locking-free brick element technique for large deformation problems in elasticity.Computers and Structures, 75:291-304
    • T. I. Zohdi, P. Wriggers (2000): Phenomenological modeling and numerical simulation of the environmental degradation of multiphase engineering materials.Archive of Applied Mechanics, 70:47-64
    • T. I. Zohdi, P. Wriggers (2000): A computational model for interfacial damage through microstructural cohesive zone relaxation.The International Journal of Fracture, 101:L9-L14
    • T. I. Zohdi, P. Wriggers (2000): On the sensitivity of homogenized material responses at infinitesimal and finite strains.Communications in Numerical Methods in Engineering, 16:657-670
    • C. Carstensen, O. Scherf, P. Wriggers (1999): Adaptive finite elements for elastic bodies in contact.SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing, 20:1605-1626
    • G. Zavarise, P. Wriggers (1999): A superlinear convergent augmented Lagrangian procedure for contact problems.Engineering Computations, 16:88-119
    • R. Eberlein, P. Wriggers (1999): Finite Element Concepts for Finite Elastoplastic Strains and Isotropic Stress Response in Shells: Theoretical and Computational Analysis.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 171:243-279
    • T. I. Zohdi, K. Hutter, P. Wriggers (1999): A technique to describe the macroscopic pressure dependence of diffusive properties of solid materials containing heterogeneities.Computational Materials Science, 15:69-88
    • T. I. Zohdi, P. Wriggers (1999): On the effects of microstress on macroscopic diffusion processes.Acta Mechanica, 136:91-107
    • T. Zohdi, P. Wriggers (1999): Microstructural decomposition error estimates.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 79:155-158
    • T. Zohdi, P. Wriggers (1999): A domain decomposition method for bodies with heterogeneous microstructure based on material regularization.International Journal of Solids & Structures, 136:2507-2527
    • C. S. Han, P. Wriggers (1998): A simple local a posteriori bending indicator for axisymmetrical membrane and bending shell elements.Engineering Computations, 15:977-988
    • G. Zavarise, P. Wriggers (1998): A segment-to-segment contact strategy.Mathematics and Computer Modelling, 28:497-515
    • G. Zavarise, P. Wriggers, B. A. Schrefler (1998): A method for solving contact problems.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 42:473-498
    • P. Wriggers, A. Boersma (1998): A parallel algebraic multigrid solver for problems in solid mechanics discretized by finite elements.Computers and Structures, 69:129-137
    • P. Wriggers, G. Zavarise, T. Zohdi (1998): A computational study of interfacial debonding damage in fibrous composites materials.Computational Materials Science, 12:39-56
    • P. Wriggers, O. Scherf (1998): Different a posteriori error estimators and indicators for contact problems.Mathematics and Computer Modelling, 28:437-447
    • P. Wriggers, O. Scherf (1998): Adaptive finite element techniques for frictional contact problems involving large elastic strains.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 151:593-603
    • R. Eberlein, P. Wriggers (1998): On the Calculation of Finite Plastic Strains in Shell Intersections with Finite Elements.Technische Mechanik, 18:181-188
    • S. Reese, M. Kussner, B. D. Reddy, P. Wriggers (1998): Eine neue Stabilisierungstechnik fur finite Elemente in der finiten Elastizitat.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 78
    • S. Reese, P. Wriggers (1998): Thermoviscoelastic material behaviour at finite deformations with temperature-dependent material parameters.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 78
    • T. Zohdi, M. Feucht, D. Gross, P. Wriggers (1998): A description of macroscopic damage through microstructural relaxation.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 143:493-506
    • A. Boersma, P. Wriggers (1997): An algebraic multigrid solver for finite element computations in solid mechanics.Engineering Computations, 14:202-215
    • A. Haraldsson, C. S. Han, H. Tschöpe, P. Wriggers (1997): Shape optimization of a lubricated journal bearing with regard to the distribution of pressure in the fluid.Engineering Optimization, 29:259-275
    • C. Carstensen, P. Wriggers (1997): On the Symmetric boundary element method and the symmetric coupling of boundary elements and finite elements.IMA J. Num. Analysis, 17:201-238
    • C. Sansour, P. Wriggers, J. Sansour (1997): Nonlinear Dynamics of Shells: Theory, Finite Element Formulation and Integration Schemes.Nonlinear Dynamics, 13:279-305
    • E. Kirchner, S. Reese, P. Wriggers (1997): A finite element method for plane stress problems with large elasto-plastic deformations.Communications in Applied Numerical Methods, 13:963-976
    • P. Wriggers, G. Zavarise (1997): On contact between three-dimensional beams undergoing large deflections.Communications in Applied Numerical Methods, 13:429-438
    • S. Meynen, A. Boersma, P. Wriggers (1997): Application of a parallel algebraic multigrid method for the solution of elasto-plastic shell problems.Numerical Linear Algebra with Application, 4:223-238
    • S. Reese, P. Wriggers (1997): Material Instabilities of an Incompressible Elastic Cube under Triaxial Tension.International Journal of Solids & Structures, 34:3433-3454
    • S. Reese, P. Wriggers (1997): A material model for rubber-like polymers exhibiting plastic deformation: computational aspects and a comparison with experimental results.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 148:279-298
    • C. Leppin, P. Wriggers (1996): Numerical Simulation of Rapid Crack Propagation in Viscoplastic Materials.Computers and Structures, 61:1169-1175
    • C. Sansour, J. Sansour, P. Wriggers (1996): A Finite Element Approach to the Chaotic Motion of Geometrically Exact Rods undergoing Plane Deformations.Nonlinear Dynamics, 11:189-212
    • G. Zavarise, P. Wriggers (1996): On the Efficiency of New and Old Strategies for Solving Contact Problems.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 76:563-564
    • G.A. Holzapfel, R. Eberlein, P. Wriggers, H.W. Weizsäcker (1996): Large strain analysis of soft biological and rubber-like membranes: Formulation and finite element analysis.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 132:45-61
    • G.A. Holzapfel, R. Eberlein, P. Wriggers, H.W. Weizsäcker (1996): A new axisymmetrical membrane element for anisotropic, finite strain analysis of arteries.Communications in Applied Numerical Methods, 12:507-517
    • J. Korelc, P. Wriggers (1996): Consistent gradient formulation for a stable enhanced strain method for large deformations.Engineering Computations, 13:103-123
    • J. Korelc, P. Wriggers (1996): Improved enhanced strain 3-D element with Taylor expansion of shape functions.Computational Mechanics, 19:30-40
    • P. Wriggers (1996): On Finite Element Methods for Contact Problems with Friction.Tribology International, 29:651-658
    • P. Wriggers, J.Korelc (1996): On enhanced strain methods for small and finite deformations of solids.Computational Mechanics, 18:413-428
    • P. Wriggers, R. Eberlein, S. Reese (1996): Comparison between Shell and 3D-Elements in Finite Plasticity.International Journal of Solids & Structures, 33:3309-3326
    • P. Wriggers, S. Reese (1996): A note on enhanced strain methods for large deformations.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 135:201-209
    • P. Wriggers, U. Hueck (1996): A Formulation of the Enhanced QS6-Element for Large Elastic Deformations.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 39:3039-3053
    • S. Reese, P. Wriggers (1996): Finite element calculation of the stability behaviour of hyperelastic solids with the enhanced strain method.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 76:415-416
    • G. Zavarise, P. Wriggers, B. A. Schrefler (1995): On Augmented Lagrangian Algorithms for Thermomechanical Contact Problems with Friction.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 38:2929-2949
    • L. Bernspang, M. Küssner, P. Wriggers, A. Samuelson (1995): The consistent strain method in finite element plasticity.Computers and Structures, 54:27-33
    • M. Küssner, P. Wriggers (1995): On consistent strain methods for nonlinear problems.Proceedings of Conference
    • M. Küssner, P. Wriggers (1995): Zur numerischen Lösung plastischer Probleme mit Elementen niederer Ordnung.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik
    • P. Wriggers (1995): Finite Element Algorithms for Contact Problems.Archive of Computational Methods in Engineering, 2:1-49
    • P. Wriggers, O. Scherf (1995): An adaptive finite element for contact problems in plasticity.Computational Mechanics, 17:88-97
    • P. Wriggers, O. Scherf, C. Carstensen (1995): An adaptive finite element model for frictionless contact problems.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 75:T37-T40
    • P. Wriggers, R. Eberlein, F. Gruttmann (1995): An Axisymmetrical Quasi-Kirchhoff-Type Shell Element for Large Plastic Deformations.Archiv of Applied Mechanics, 65:465-477
    • S. Reese, P. Wriggers (1995): Stabilitätsverhalten von Gummi in Anhängigkeit von den Material- parametern und der Belastung.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 75:T167-T168
    • S. Reese, P. Wriggers (1995): A finite element method for stability problems in finite elasticity.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 38:1171-1200
    • U. Hueck, H.L. Schreyer, P. Wriggers (1995): On the Incompressibility constraint of the Four-Node Quadrilateral Element.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 38:3039-3053
    • U. Hueck, P. Wriggers (1995): A Formulation for the Four-Node Quadrilateral Element, Part I: Plane Element.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 38:3007-3037
    • S. Reese, P. Wriggers (1994): Stabilitätsverhalten von nichtlinear elastischen Werkstoffen.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 74:T51-T53
    • U. Hueck, B.D. Reddy, P. Wriggers (1994): On the Stabilization of the rectangular four-node quadrilateral element.Communications in Applied Numerical Methods, 10:555-563
    • C. Carstensen, P. Wriggers (1993): On Perturbation Behaviour in Nonlinear Dynamics.Communications in Applied Numerical Methods, 9:165-175
    • F. Gruttmann, W. Wagner, L. Meyer, P. Wriggers (1993): A Nonlinear Composite Shell Element with Continuous Interlaminar Shear Stresses.Computational Mechanics, 13:175-188
    • P. Wriggers, F. Gruttmann (1993): Thin shells with Finite Rotations formulated in Biot Stresses Theory and Finite-Element-Formulation.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 36:2049-2071
    • P. Wriggers, G. Zavarise (1993): Thermomechanical Contact - A Rigorous but Simple Numerical Approach.Computers and Structures, 46:47-53
    • P. Wriggers, G. Zavarise (1993): On the Application of Augmented Lagrangian Techniques for Nonlinear Constitutive Laws in Contact Interfaces.Communications in Applied Numerical Methods, 9:815-824
    • P. Wriggers, M. Imhof (1993): On the Treatment of Nonlinear Unilateral Contact Problems.Ing. Archiv, 63:116-129
    • P. Wriggers, S. Reese (1993): Thermoelastische Stabilität von Fachwerken mit vollständiger thermomechanischer Kopplung und temperaturabhängigen Materialwerten.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 73:T144-T147
    • R. Eberlein, P. Wriggers, R.L. Taylor (1993): A Fully Non-Linear Axisymmetrical Quasi-Kirchhoff-Type Shell Element for Rubberlike Materials.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 36:4027-4043
    • F. Gruttmann, W. Wagner, P. Wriggers (1992): A Nonlinear Quadrilateral Shell Element with Drilling Degrees of Freedom.Ingenieur Archiv, 62:474-486
    • G. Zavarise, P. Wriggers, E. Stein, B.A. Schrefler (1992): Real Contact Mechanisms and Finite Element Formulation - A Coupled Thermomechanical Approach.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 35:767-786
    • G. Zavarise, P. Wriggers, E. Stein, B.A. Schrefler (1992): A Numerical Model for Thermomechanical Contact based on Microscopic Interface Laws.Mech. Res. Comm., 19:173-182
    • N. Müller-Hoeppe, P. Wriggers (1992): Numerical Integration of Viscoplastic Material Laws at Large Strains with Application to Impact Problems.Computers and Structures, 45:165-171
    • P. Wriggers, C. Carstensen (1992): An Efficient Algorithm for the Computation of Stability Points of Dynamical Systems under Step Load.Engineering Computations, 9:669-679
    • P. Wriggers, C. Miehe, M. Kleiber, J.C. Simo (1992): A Thermomechanical Approach to the Necking Problem.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 33:869-883
    • P. Wriggers, S. Reese (1992): Thermoelastic Stability of Trusses with Temperature Dependent Constitutive Relations.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 35:1891-1906
    • J.C. Simo, R.L. Taylor, P. Wriggers (1991): A Note on Finite Element Implementation of Pressure Boundary Loading.Communications in Applied Numerical Methods, 7:513-525
    • E. Stein, W. Wagner, P. Wriggers (1990): Nonlinear Stability Analysis of Shell- and Contact-Problems including Branch-Switching.Computational Mechanics, 5:428-446
    • P. Wriggers, J.C. Simo (1990): A General Procedure for the Direct Computation of Turning and Bifurcation Points.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 30:155-176
    • P. Wriggers, R.L. Taylor (1990): A fully nonlinear axisymmetrical membrane element for rubberlike materials.Engineering Computations, 7:303-310
    • P. Wriggers, T. Vu Van, E. Stein (1990): Finite-Element-Formulation of Large Deformation Impact- Contact -Problems with Friction.Computers and Structures, 37:319-333
    • E. Stein, P. Wriggers (1989): Computational Mechanics im Bereich der Festkörper- und Strukturmechanik unter Verwendung der Finite-Element-Methode.GAMM-Mitteilungsheft 2
    • F. Gruttmann, E. Stein, P. Wriggers (1989): Theory and Numerics of Thin Elastic Shells with Finite Rotations.Ing. Archiv, 59:54-67
    • P. Wriggers, N. Tarnow (1989): Interaktive Steuerung von nichtlinearen Finite-Element- Algorithmen mittels eines Expertensystems.Bauingenieur, 64:57-65
    • W. Wagner, P. Wriggers (1989): Ein quadratisch konvergentes Verfahren zur Berechnung von Stabilitätspunkten.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 69:T219-222
    • E. Stein, C. Miehe, R. Mahnken, U. Heemann, P. Wriggers (1988): Thermomechanische Probleme in der Strukturmechanik.Zeitschrift der Universität Hannover, 2:8-19
    • K.-D. Klee, P. Wriggers (1988): Finite-Elemente-Methode, Ein Konstruktionhilfsmittel für Bauingenieure.Baukultur, 1:7-9
    • P. Wriggers, E. Stein (1988): Die Verwendung von LIE-Ableitungen bei der Angabe von Spannungsflüssen für große Deformationen.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 68:T264-T267
    • P. Wriggers, W. Wagner (1988): Konzepte zur Integration von Entwurf, Konstruktion, Berechnung und Ausführung.Baukultur, 1:10-11
    • P. Wriggers, W. Wagner, C. Miehe (1988): A Quadratically Convergent Procedure for the Calculation of Stability Points in Finite Element Analysis.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 70:329-347
    • W. Wagner, P. Wriggers (1988): A Simple Method for the Calculation of Secondary branches.Engineering Computations, 5:103-109
    • B. Nour-Omid, P. Wriggers (1987): A Note on the Optimum Choice for Penalty Parameters.Communications in Applied Numerical Methods, 3:581-585
    • P. Wriggers, T. vu Van (1987): Zur Berechnung von Stoßvorgängen unter Berücksichtigung von geometrisch und physikalisch nichtlinearem Verhalten.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 67:T134-T137
    • P. Wriggers, W. Wagner, E. Stein (1987): Algorithms for Nonlinear Contact Constraints with Application to Stability Problems of Rods and Shells.Computational Mechanics, 2:215-230
    • S. Clemens, P. Kroll, E. Stein, W. Wagner, P. Wriggers (1987): Experimental Studies on the Disappearence of Subretinal Fluid after Episcleral Buckling Procedures without Drainage.Graefes Arch. Clin. Exp. Opthalmol., 225:16-18
    • B. Nour-Omid, P. Wriggers (1986): A Two-Level Iterative Method for the Solution of Contact Problems.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 54:131-144
    • G. Griebenow, P. Wriggers, K.-D. Klee (1986): EDV-unterstützte Standsicherheitsnachweise (Probleme mit der Computerstatik und Lösungswege.Bauingenieur, 61:455-458
    • J.C. Simo, P. Wriggers, K.-H. Schweizerhof, R.L. Taylor (1986): Postbuckling Analysis involving Inelasticity and Unilateral Constraints.International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 23:779-800
    • K. Schweizerhof, P. Wriggers (1986): Consistent Linearization for Path Following Methods in Nonlinear FE-Analysis.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 59:261-279
    • E. Stein, P. Wriggers (1985): Der Einsatz von Mikrorechnern im Ingenieuralltag.Bauingenieur, 60:247-250
    • J. C. Simo, P. Wriggers, R. L. Taylor (1985): A Perturbed Lagrangian Formulation for the Finite Element Solution of Contact Problems.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 50:163-180
    • P. Wriggers, J.C. Simo (1985): A Note on Tangent Stiffnesses for Fully Nonlinear Contact Problems.Communications in Applied Numerical Methods, 1:199-203
    • P. Wriggers, W. Wagner (1985): Kurvenverfolgungsalgorithmen in der Strukturmechanik.Forschungs- und Seminarberichte aus dem Bereich der Mechanik der Universität Hannover, Bericht Nr. S 85/3
    • E. Stein, P. Wriggers (1984): Stability of Rods with Unilateral Constraints, a Finite Element Solution.Computers and Structures, 19:205-211
    • K.-D. Klee, P. Wriggers (1984): On an Updated Lagrangian Formulation for Divergent Solution of Timoshenko Beams subjected to Circulatory Load.Mech. Res. Comm., 10:239-244
    • K.-D. Klee, P. Wriggers (1984): Traglastberechnung ebener Stabtragwerke bei großen Verschiebungen und Verdrehungen.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 64:T288-T290
    • P. Wriggers, K.-D. Klee (1984): Zur Berechnung von Stäben unter nicht-konservativer Belastung mit Hilfe eines inkrementellen Arbeitsprinzipes.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 64:T322-T324
    • E. Stein, P. Wriggers (1982): Calculation of Impact-Contact Problems of Thin Elastic Shells taking into account Geometrical Nonlinearities within the Contact Region.Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 34:861-880
    • P. Wriggers (1982): Zur Berechnung von Stoßvorgängen zwischen Kugelschalen.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 62:T95-T98
    • K.-D. Klee, P. Wriggers (1980): Zur Berechnung des Stosses eines zylindrischen Stabes auf eine starre Wand.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 60:T130-T132
    • P. Wriggers (1979): Zur Berechnung des Querstosses auf ein ebenes Stabtragwerk.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 59:T164-T169
    • R. Rohrbach, E. Stein, P. Wriggers (1978): Vergleichende Betrachtungen des Runge-Kutta-Nystroem- und des Newmark-Verfahrens zur Integration von Systemen nichtlinearer Bewegungsgleichungen.Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 58:T168-T170
    • E. Stein, R. Rohrbach, P. Wriggers (1977): Zur numerischen Integration von Systemen nichtlinearer Bewegungsgleichungen.Pflüger-Festschrift, Hannover

    Artikel in Conference Proceedings

    • C. Tomann, L. Lohaus, F. Aldakheel, P. Wriggers (2019): Influence of water-induced damage mechanisms on the fatigue deterioration of high-strength concreteProceedings of 6th International fib Congress: Concrete - innovations in materials, design and structures (2019). | Datei |
    • M. Baldrich, F. Aldakheel, S. Beese, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2019): A Micro-Thermo-Mechanical Model for a Tailored Formed Joining Zone Deformed by Die ForgingESAFORM 2019 AIP Conference Proceedings (accepted)
    • M. Gierig, M. Marino, P. Wriggers (2019): A Computational Model for Biological Tissues Considering the Influence of Injury on Growth and RemodellingProceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/pamm.201900259
    • A.-K. Krüger, S. Julmi, C. Klose, S. Besdo, H. J. Maier, P. Wriggers (2018): Simulation of bone ingrowth into bone substitutes on implant level length scaleProceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics
      DOI: 10.1002/pamm.201800297
    • F. Töller, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2018): Internal Thickness ExtrapolationProceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics
      DOI: 10.1002/pamm.201800391
    • J.-P. Fürstenau, C. Weißenfels and P. Wriggers (2018): Examining errors and correction techniques for SPHPAMM
      DOI: 10.1002/pamm.201800081
    • M. Baldrich, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2018): Developing a model for the microscopic material behaviour of a tailored formed joining zone of an aluminium-steel hybrid solid componentProceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 18
      DOI: 10.1002/pamm.201800329
    • A.-K. Krüger, S. Julmi, C. Klose, S. Besdo, P. Wriggers (2017): Simulation of the Change in Mechanical Properties of Degradable Bone ImplantsProceedings of the 7th GACM Colloquium on Computational Mechanics for Young Scientists from Academia and Industry
      DOI: 10.18419/opus-9334
    • A.B. Kunin, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2017): Thermo‐mechanical modeling of turbine blades taking into account structural defectsSpecial Issue: 88th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM), Weimar 2017
      DOI: 10.1002/pamm.201710229
    • J.-P. Fürstenau, B. Avci and P. Wriggers (2017): A comparative numerical study of pressure-Poisson-equation discretization strategies for SPH12th International SPHERIC Workshop, Ourense, Spain
    • M. Baldrich, S. Zeller, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2017): Modelling the thermoplastic material behaviour of a tailored formed joining zone on a microscopic length scale with focus on the steel componentProceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 17
      DOI: 10.1002/pamm.201710165
    • S. Julmi, C. Klose, A.-K. Krüger, P. Wriggers, H. J. Maier (2017): Development of Sponge Structure and Casting Conditions for Absorbable Magnesium Bone ImplantsTMS 2017 146th Annual Meeting & Exhibition Supplemental Proceedings
      DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-51493-2_29
    • T. Steiner, P. Wriggers (2017): A primal discontinuous Petrov Galerkin Finite Element MethodProceedings of the 7th GACM Colloquium on Computational Mechanics for Young Scientists from Academia and Industry (p. 670-673)
      DOI: 10.18419/opus-9334
    • T. Steiner, P. Wriggers (2017): A primal discontinuous Petrov-Galerkin Finite Element Method for linear elasticityProc. Appl. Math. Mech., 17(2017), pp. 83 - 86
      DOI: 10.1002/pamm.201710025
    • J.-P. Fürstenau, B. Avci and P. Wriggers (2016): A semi‐implicit multi‐fluid SPH algorithm suitable for GPU Proc. Appl. Math. Mech., 16(2016)1, pp. 593-594.
      DOI: 10.1002/pamm.201610285
    • L. Schwerdt, T. Hauptmann, A. Kunin, J.R. Seume, J. Wallaschek, P. Wriggers, L. Panning-von Scheidt, S. Löhnert (2016): Aerodynamical and Structural Analysis of Operationally Used Turbine BladesProcedia CIRP, The 5th International Conference on Through-life Engineering Services (TESConf 2016)
      DOI: 10.1016/j.procir.2016.09.023
    • S. Yazdani, W.J.H. Rust, P. Wriggers (2016): A discontinuous shell element for the delamination analysis of composite laminates
      DOI: 10.2514/6.2016-1971
    • T. Steiner, P. Wriggers, S. Loehnert (2016): A discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Method for linear elasticity using a mixed integration scheme to circumvent shear-lockingProc. Appl. Math. Mech., 16(2016)1, pp. 769 - 770
      DOI: 10.1002/pamm.201610373
    • W.J.H. Rust, S. Yazdani, and P. Wriggers (2016): XFEM Analysis – including buckling – of composite shells containing delamination
    • M. Marino, P. Wriggers (2015): Multiscale homogenization for the computational mechanics of cardiovascular structures: physiopathological behaviorReport of the Workshop Computational Engineering, Oberwolfach Reports 43:31-33
      DOI: 10.4171/OWR/2015/43
    • S. Yazdani, W.J.H. Rust, P. Wriggers (2015): Mixed-mode delamination analysis of composite laminates with XFEM based on a cohesive zone model 5th ECCOMAS Thematic Conference on Mechanical Response of Composites, Bristol, UK
    • S. Zeller, S. Beese, G. Gerstein, K. Isik, S. Loehnert, F. Nuernberger, P. Wriggers, H. Maier, A. Tekkaya (2015): Möglichkeiten der simulativen Vorhersage von Temperaturentwicklung und Bauteilversagen infolge plastischer Deformation bei DP600 BauteilenTekkaya, A. E.; Liewald, M.; Merklein, M.; Behrens, B.-A. (Edt.): Tagungsband zum 18. Workshop Simulation in der Umformtechnik & 3. Industriekolloquium Blechmassivumformung 2015 - DFG Transregio 73, (2015), Aachen: Shaker Verlag, pp. 113-128
    • S. Zeller, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2015): Modelling thermoplastic material behaviour of dual-phase steels on a microscopic length scaleProc. Appl. Math. Mech., 15(2015)1, pp. 373 - 374
    • W.J.H. Rust, S. Yazdani, P. Wriggers (2015): Extended FEM (XFEM) entwickelt für die Analyse von Delaminationen in ANSYSANSYS Conference & 33. CADFEM Users’ Meeting 2015, Messe Bremen, Germany
    • W.T. Rust, P. Wriggers, B.D. Reddy (2015): Application of the virtual element method to non-conforming contact interfacesProceedings of the 8th International Congress of Croatian Society of Mechanics (8th ICCSM), I. Kožar, N. Bićanić, G. Jelenić, M. Čanađija, Opatija, Croatia, 29 September - 3 October 2015
    • G.A. Drosopoulos, L. Plymakis, G.E. Stavroulakis, P. Wriggers (2014): Numerical Homogenization in Two-dimensional Elasticity Including Unilateral CracksProceedings in Contact Mechanics International Symposium (CMIS), Abu Dhabi, UAE
    • D. Faßmann, K. Isik, S. Zeller, S. Beese, N. Ben Khalifa, F. Nuernberger, M. Schaper, A. Tekkaya, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2013): Abbildung des Werkstoffverhaltens von ferritischem Stahl in numerischen Modellen zur Darstellung von Blechmassivumformprozessen bei zyklischen BelastungspfadenIn: M. Merklein, B.-A. Behrens, A.E. Tekkaya (Edt.): Tagungsband zum 2. Erlanger Workshop Blechmassivumformung 2013, (2013), pp. 69-84
    • G.A. Drosopoulos, P. Wriggers, G.E. Stavroulakis (2013): Incorporation of Contact Mechanics in Multi-level Computational Homogenization for the Study of Composite Materials, Proceedings of 3rd International Conference on Computational Contact Mechanics (ICCCM), Lecce, Italy
    • G.A. Drosopoulos, P. Wriggers, G.E. Stavroulakis (2013): Contact Analysis in Multi-Scale Computational Homogenization, Proceedings of 3rd International Conference on Computational Modeling of Fracture and Failure of Materials and Structures (CFRAC), Prague, Czech Republic
    • H. Clasen, C. B. Hirschberger, J. Korelc, P. Wriggers (2013): FE²-homogenization of micromorphic elasto-plastic materialsProceedings of the 12th International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS XII), September 3-5, 2013, Barcelona, Spain
    • M. Weidling, S. Besdo, T. Schilling, M. Bauer, T. Hassel, A. Haverich, P. Wriggers (2013): Finite element simulation of myocardial stabilising structures and development of new designsIn: Biomedical Engineering / Biomedizinische Technik 58 (Suppl. 1), DOI 10.1515/bmt-2013-4061
    • T. Wu, I. Temizer and P. Wriggers (2013): A Multiscale Method to analyze the deterioration due to Alkali Silica Reaction considering the effects of temperature and relative humidityaccepted by V Coupled Problem Conference
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2012): Computational Homogenisation of Polycrystalline Elastoplastic Microstructures at Finite Deformation6th ECCOMAS Proc., e-Book Full Papers, 6213-6228
    • M. Bauer, T. Hassel, Ch. Biskup, D. Hartung, T. Schilling, M. Weidling, P. Wriggers, F. Wacker, Fr.-W. Bach, A. Haverich (2012): Geometric adaption of resorbable myocardial stabilizing structures based on the magnesium alloys LA63 and ZEK100 for the support of myocardial grafts on the left ventricleIn: Biomedical Engineering / Biomedizinische Technik 57 (Suppl. 1), DOI 10.1515/bmt-2012-4214
    • M. Paggi, E. Lehmann, C. Weber, A. Carpinteri, P. Wriggers (2012): 3D vs. 2D Modelling of Cracking and Plasticity in Polycrystalline Materials10th WCCM Proc.
    • T.Wu, I.Temizer and P.Wriggers (2012): Multiscale Modeling of Alkali Silica Reaction Induced Damage in Concrete: Coupled Hydro-Chemical and Thermo-Mechanical Effects10th WCCM Proc., 2012(accepted)
    • T.Wu, I.Temizer and P.Wriggers (2012): Computational Thermal Homogenization of ConcretePAMM
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2011): Towards the Effective Behaviour of Polycrystalline Microstructures at Finite StrainsCOMPLAS XI. Proc., 1573-1583
    • N. Hajibeik, I, Temizer, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2011): Adaptive Multisclae Failure Analysis based on Error EstimationProceeding of the 3rd ECCOMAS Thematic Conference on the Mechanical Response of Composites
    • T.Wu, I.Temizer and P.Wriggers (2011): Computational Homogenization of Damage in the Hardened Cement Paste due to Alkali Silica Reaction, PAMM · Proc. Appl. Math. Mech. 11, 561 – 562 (2011) / DOI 10.1002/pamm.201110270
    • T.Wu, I.Temizer and P.Wriggers (2011): A Method of Two-Scale Chemo-Thermal-Mechanical Coupling For Concrete, In Computational Pasticity XI: Fundamentals and Applications, Barcelona, Spain, 1626–1637, (2011), COMPLASXI Proceedings
    • C. Wellmann and P. Wriggers (2010): Homogenization of Granular Material modeled by a 3D DEMParticle-Based Methods. Fundamentals and Applications, pp. 211-231, Springer, in press
    • P. Wriggers and S. Löhnert (2010): Characterization of Concrete by a Multiscale Approach Proceedings of the International RILEM Conference on Material Science, Vol II, Ed. W. Brameshuber, pp 3-12, RILEM, S. A. R. L., Bagneux
    • T.Wu and P.Wriggers (2010): Chemo-Thermo-Mechanics Coupling Applied in Hardened Cement Paste. PAMM · Proc. Appl. Math. Mech. 10, 391 – 392 (2010) / DOI 10.1002/pamm.201010188
    • C. Wellmann and P. Wriggers (2009): A 3D Coupled Finite-Discrete Element Method for Modeling the Interaction of Granular Materials and Solid StructuresParticle-Based Methods, Fundamentals and Applications, pp. 72-75
    • I. Temizer, P. Wriggers (2009): A contact homogenization framework for granular interfaces.Proceedings of the 80th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM) (February 9 - 13, 2009), Gdansk (Poland)
    • P. Wriggers and C. Wellmann (2009): Homogenization of Granular Material Modeled by a Three-Dimensional Discrete Element MethodParticle-Based Methods, Fundamentals and Applications, pp. 84-87
    • C. Weißenfels and P. Wriggers (2008): A Finite Element Algorithm for Electromechanical Contact ProblemsProceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 8, pp. 10493-10494
    • C. Wellmann and P. Wriggers (2008): A Coupled 3D Discrete-Finite Element Method for the Simulation of Granular Materials and Their Interaction with Solid StructuresProceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 8(1), pp. 10353-10354
    • C. Wellmann, C. Lillie, and P. Wriggers (2008): A Coupled Discrete-Finite Element Method Modeling the Interaction of Granular Materials and Solid StructuresCD-ROM Proceedings of the 8th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM 8) and the 5th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS 2008), CIMNE 2008
    • D. Mueller-Hoeppe, S. Loehnert and P. Wriggers (2008): A Computational Method for three Dimensional Finite Deformation FractureProceedings of the XXII ICTAM, 25-29 August 2008, Adelaide, Australia
    • I. Temizer, P. Wriggers (2008): On the computation of the macroscopic tangent for multiscale volumetric homogenization problems.Proceedings of the 79th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM) (March 31 - April 4, 2008), Bremen
    • K. Krabbenhoft, M. Hain, P. Wriggers (2008): Computation of Effective Cement Paste Diffusivities from Microtomographic Images.
    • P. Wriggers and M. Hain (2008): Material Characterization based on MicrostructuralComputations and HomogenizationProceedings of the IUTAM Symposium onTheoretical, Computational and Modelling Aspects of Inelastic Media, ed. D. Reddy
    • P. Wriggers, D. S. Mueller-Hoeppe, S. Loehnert (2008): Brick elements for finite deformations based on macro-concepts and on inhomogeneous mode enhancementProceedings of the ECCOMAS Jubilee Conference, ed. H. Mang, Wien
    • P. Wriggers, J. Nettingsmeier (2008): Homogenization and Multi-Scale Approaches for Contact Problems.129-161
    • P. Wriggers, J. Nettingsmeier and I. Temizer (2008): On Multiscale Methods in Contact Mechanics.Proceedings of 6th GRACM 2008, Eds. D. Talaslidis, Thessaloniki
    • C. Wellmann and P. Wriggers (2007): Homogenization of granular materials modeled through a three-dimensional Discrete Element ModelProceedings of the First Seminar on The Mechanics of Multifunctional Materials, pp. 147-150
    • I. Temizer, Wriggers P. (2007): A database approach to homogenization.In J. Schroeder et al., editors, Proceedings of the First Seminar on the Mechanics ofMultifunctional Materials (May 7-10, 2007), Bad Honnef, pages 135-138
    • B.-A. Lau, P. Wriggers, A. Schneider, R. Bader (2006): Finite-element transient calculation of a bell struck by a clapperThe Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 119:3290
    • E.F.I. Boerner, D.S. Mueller-Hoeppe, S. Loehnert and P. Wriggers (2006): A Finite Element Formulation Based on the Theory of a Cosserat Point -- Extension to Ogden MaterialProceedings III European Conference on Computational Mechanics 2006
    • I. Temizer, P. Wriggers (2006): A numerical method for homogenization in isotropic and anisotropic nonlinear elasticity.In P. Gumbsch, editor, Multiscale Materials Modeling (September 18-22, 2006), Freiburg, pages 237-240
    • P. Wriggers (2006): Virtual Experiments in Engineering Material Design Processes.3-7
    • D. P. Boso, P. Litewka, B. A. Schrefler, P. Wriggers (2005): 3D Beam-to-beam Contact Within Coupled Electromechanical Fields: a Finite Element Model.
    • E. F. I. Boerner, P. Wriggers, M. B. Rubin (2005): A finite element formulation based on the theory of a Cosserat pointPAMM, 5, 379-380
    • H. Spiess, P. Wriggers (2005): Reduction Methods in Finite Element Analysis of Nonlinear Structural DynamicsProceedings of the Fifth {EUROMECH} Nonlinear DynamicsConference (ENOC), Eindhoven
    • H. Spiess, P. Wriggers (2005): Reduction Methods for FE Analysis in Nonlinear Structural DynamicsPAMM, 5, 135-136
    • K. Krabbenhoft, A. Lyamin, S. Sloan, P. Wriggers (2005): Elastoplasticity by Mathematical Programming Methods.
    • L. Krstulovic-Opara and P. Wriggers (2005): A Three-dimensional Contact Element Based onthe Moving Friction Cone Approach and the Elliptical Coulomb LawProceedings of COMPLAS 8, eds. D. R. J. Owen and E. Onate, CIMNE, Barcelona
    • M. Hain, P. Wriggers (2005): Simulating the Microstructure of cement-based Construction MaterialsPAMM, 5, 401-402
    • M. Hain, P. Wriggers (2005): A Micro-macro Approach for Cement-based Construction MaterialsProceedings of COMPLAS 8, eds. D. R. J. Owen and E. Onate, CIMNE,Barcelona
    • P. Wriggers, M. Hain, S. Löhnert (2005): Mikromechanische Modellierung von BetonJürgen Grünberg zum 60. Geburtstag, Herausgeber: M. Hansen and J. Lierse, Berichte des Instituts für Massivbau, No. 3, Fraunfofer IRB Verlag, Stuttgart
    • P. Wriggers, M. Siplivaya, I. Joukova, R. Slivin (2005): Intelligent Support of Engineering AnalysisAI-METH 2005 – Artificial Intelligence Methods
    • P. Wriggers, S. Löhnert, M. Hain (2005): Micro characterization of materials with microheterogeneous structureProceedings of COMPLAS 8, eds. D. R. J. Owen and E. Onate, CIMNE, Barcelona
    • S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2005): Aspects of computational homogenisation of microheterogeneous materials including decohesion at finite strainsPAMM, 5, 427-428
    • S.H. Reese, P. Wriggers (2005): On the Explicite Simulation of Concrete Cracking Using One Enriched Finite Element MethodProceedings of COMPLAS 8, eds. D. R. J. Owen and E.Onate, CIMNE, Barcelona
    • H. Spiess, B. Lau, P. Wriggers, A. Schneider, R. Bader, M. Wiggenhagen (2004): Analysis of Bell Vibrations.
    • K. A. Fischer, P. Wriggers (2004): Different weak FE-formulations for 2-D frictionless Large Deformation Contact based on the Mortar MethodPAMM, 4, 312-313
    • M. Hjiaj, Z.Q. Feng, K. Krabbenhoft and P. Wriggers (2004): A time-stepping algorithm for nonsmooth friction modelsProceedings of ECCOMAS, on CD
    • P. Wriggers, A. Rieger (2004): An adaptive method for large deformation thermo-mechanical problems with unilateral constraints.
    • P. Wriggers, G. Zavarise (2004): Computational Contact Mechanics.
    • A. Rieger, O. Scherf and P. Wriggers (2003): Adaptive methods for contact problemsErrorcontrolled Adaptive Finite Elements in Solid Mechanics, ed. E. Stein, Wiley, Chichester, pp. 147 - 179
    • C. Hahn, P. Wriggers (2003): An Explicit Multi-Body Contact AlgorithmPAMM, 3, 280-281
    • D. Freßmann, P. Wriggers (2003): A Micro- Thermomechanical coupled Finite-Element Model for the Simulation of Particulate Cellular Solids at Finite StrainsPAMM, 3, 274-275
    • K. A. Fischer, P. Wriggers (2003): Development of a Contact Element for Finite Deformations using the Mortar MethodPAMM, 3, 272-273
    • P. Wriggers and A. Rieger (2003): Advances in Adaptive Methods for Thermo-Mechanical Contact ProblemsComputer Methods in Mechanics 2003 in Gliwice, Poland, ed. A. Borkowski
    • P. Wriggers, K. Fischer and A. Rieger (2003): Recent Developments in Contact Mechanics4thEuropean LS-DYNA Users Conference in Ulm, ed. K. Schweizerhof, Dynamore
    • S. Loehnert, K. Tegeler, P. Wriggers, T. Raible (2003): A simple wrinkling algorithm for orthotropic membranes at finite deformationsProceedings Textile Composites and inflatable Structures, Structural Membranes
    • S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2003): Homogenization of microheterogeneous materials considering interfacial delamination at finite strains.Proceedings VII International Conference on Computational Plasticity, COMPLAS
    • T. Raible, S. Loehnert, K. Tegeler and P. Wriggers (2003): Computation of wirnkling states in membranesTextile composites and inflatable structures, eds. E. Onate and B. Kröplin,CIMNE, Barcelona
    • C. Leppin, P. Wriggers (2002): An adaptive finite element method for discontinuous localization analysis.
    • D. Fressmann, P. Wriggers (2002): A Reduced Integration Scheme for the Analysis of Microheterogeneous Materials in Finite Elasticity.
    • K. Wiechmann, P. Wriggers (2002): Variational Design Sensitivity Analysis of Structures with Finite Thermo-Elastic-Plastic Deformations.
    • L. Krstulovic-Opara, P. Wriggers (2002): A two-dimensional C^1-continuous contact element based on the moving friction cone description.
    • L. Krstulovic-Opara, P. Wriggers (2002): Convergence studies for 3D smooth frictional contact elements based on quartic Bezier surfaces.371-378
    • P. Litewka, P. Wriggers (2002): 3D beam-to-beam contact finite element.
    • P. Wriggers, K. Chavan (2002): Consistent Coupling of Beam and Shell Elements for Thermo-Mechanical Analysis.
    • T. Raible, D. Freßmann, R.L. Taylor, P. Wriggers (2002): Customization of GiD & FEAP for Scientific Applications.
    • M. Andre, P. Wriggers, C. Bertram (2001): Simulation of effective rubber properties during cross-linking using a simple network model.
    • P. Wriggers, A. Bandeira, P. Pimenta (2001): Computation analysis of contact mechanics undergoing large 3d deformations.
    • C. Boley, H. Brandl, R. Katzenbach, P. Wriggers, J. Giere (2000): Neues Stoffmodell für Hohlraumbauten im Salzgebirge.51:25-44
    • J. Korelc, L. Krstulovic-Opara, P. Wriggers (2000): Tridimenzionalni kontaktni element z uporabo Bezierovih ploskev cetrtega reda.215-222
    • L. Krstulovic-Opara, P. Wriggers (2000): Large step approach for the simple 2D and 3D frictional contact elements.45-52
    • L. Krstulovic-Opara, P. Wriggers, J. Korelc (2000): Symbolically generated 3D smooth polynomial frictional contact element based on the quartic Bezier surfaces.
    • P. Wriggers (2000): Finite Element Methods for Rolling Contact.411:85-162
    • P. Wriggers, C. S. Han, A. Rieger (2000): H-Adaptive finite element methods for contact problems.117-141
    • A. Haraldsson, P. Wriggers (1999): A Frictional Law for Soil-Concrete Contact based on a Numerical Model for the Microstructure.2:333-344
    • H. Tschöpe, E. Onate, P. Wriggers (1999): The critical displacement method with a constitutive damage model.
    • J. Korelc, L. Krstulovic-Opara, P. Wriggers (1999): Development of 2D contact elements with C1-continuity.127-134
    • J. Sansour, P. Wriggers, C. Sansour (1999): Geometric Exact Models, Symplectic and Energy/Momentum Methods, and Active Degrees of Freedom for the Dynamics of Shells and Rods.
    • M. Andre, P. Wriggers (1999): Computational Simulation of the Vulcanization Process in Rubber Profile Production.
    • O. Scherf, P. Wriggers (1999): An adaptive finite element method for large deformation frictional contact.38:91-112
    • P. Wriggers (1999): Finite elements for thermo-mechanical contact and adaptive finite element analysis of contact problems.179-246
    • P. Wriggers, A. Rieger (1999): Adaptive Methods for Contact Problems, Recent Developments.
    • P. Wriggers, A. Rieger (1999): Comparison of different error measures for adaptive finite element techniques applied to contact problems involving large elastic strains.211 - 222
    • P. Wriggers, C. S. Han, A. Rieger (1999): h-Adaptive FE-Methods for Contact Problems.
    • P. Wriggers, L. Krstulovic-Opara, J. Korelc (1999): Development of 2D Smooth Polynomial Frictional Contact Element based on a Symbolic Approach.
    • S. Reese, P. Wriggers (1999): An Automatic Control Technique to avoid Hourglass Instabilities in Unstructured Meshes.
    • S. Reese, P. Wriggers (1999): Modelling of Thermo-Mechanical Material Behaviour of Rubber-like Polymers - Micromechanical Motivation and Numerical Simulation.
    • C. Sansour, P. Wriggers, J. Sansour (1998): An Integration Scheme for the Nonlinear Dynamics which is independent of the Involved Nonlinearities.
    • P. Wriggers, A. Haraldsson (1998): Kontaktmodelle für die Interaktion Baugrund Tragwerk.38:91-112
    • C. Leppin, P. Wriggers (1997): Numerical Simulations of the Behaviour of Cohesionless Soil.
    • J. Korelc, P. Wriggers (1997): Symbolic Approach in Computational Mechanics.
    • M. Feucht, D. Gross, P. Wriggers (1997): A New Element Formulation for Nonlocal Damage Models.
    • P. Wriggers, O. Scherf (1997): Adaptive Methods for Contact Problems.
    • R. Eberlein, P. Wriggers (1997): Finite Element Formulations of five and six Parameter Shell Theories accounting for Finite Plasticity.
    • C. Sansour, P. Wriggers, J. Sansour (1996): Formulation and Energy-Momentum Methods for the Nonlinear Dynamics of Geometric Exact Structures with a Nonlinear Configuration Space: Application to Chaotic and Large Overall Motion.
    • G.A. Holzapfel, R. Eberlein, P. Wriggers, H.W. Weizsäcker (1996): A continuum based framework for the finite element analysis of proximal arteries.335-338
    • G. Zavarise, P. Wriggers (1995): On Contact Geometrical Relationschips.
    • G. Zavarise, P. Wriggers (1995): Elastoplastic contact problems solved by the cross-constraint method.
    • P. Wriggers, O. Scherf (1995): An adaptive finite element technique for nonlinear contact problems.
    • P. Wriggers, O. Scherf (1995): An adaptive finite element method for elastoplastic contact problems.
    • P. Wriggers, S. Meynen (1995): Parallele Algorithmen und Hardware für Berechnungsverfahren des Ingenieurbaus.
    • C. Leppin, P. Wriggers (1994): Numerische Simulation schnell laufender Risse in viskoplastischen Materialien.93
    • G. Zavarise, B.A. Schrefler, P. Wriggers (1994): On Numerical Analysis of Thermomechanical Contact Problems.
    • P. Wriggers, O. Scherf, C. Carstensen (1994): Adaptive Techniques for the Contact of Elastic Bodies.78-86
    • P. Wriggers (1993): Kritische Wertung nichtlinearer Stabtheorien bei Anwendung auf baupraktische Aufgabenstellungen.
    • P. Wriggers, G. Zavarise (1993): Recent Trends in Computational Methods for Contact Problems.
    • G. Zavarise, B.A. Schrefler, P. Wriggers (1992): Consistent Formulation for Thermomechanical Contact based on Microscopic Interface Laws.
    • P. Wriggers (1992): Entwicklungstendenzen bei nichtlinearen FE-Methoden.
    • P. Wriggers, C. Miehe (1992): Recent Advances in the Simulation of Thermomechanical Contact Precesses.
    • P. Wriggers, C. Miehe (1992): On the Treatment of Contact Contraints within Coupled Thermomechanical Analysis.
    • P. Wriggers, C. Miehe (1992): On Thermomechanical Contact within Large Deformation Problems.
    • P. Wriggers, C. Miehe (1992): Contact Constraints within Coupled Thermomechanical Analysis - A Finite Element Model.
    • U. Hueck, H.L. Schreyer, P. Wriggers (1992): The mothod of orthogonal projections for handling constraints with applications to incompressible four-node quadrilateral elements.
    • G. Zavarise, P. Wriggers, E. Stein, B.A. Schrefler (1991): An Efficient Thermomechanically Coupled Contact Element based on Microscopic Physical Behaviour of Surfaces.
    • P. Wriggers, E. Stein (1991): Impact Problems in Structural Mechanics: Theoretical and Numerical Aspects.
    • W. Wagner, P. Wriggers (1991): The Computation of Bifurcation Points via Fold Curves.
    • E. Stein, P. Wriggers (1990): Finite-Elemente-Methoden und ihre Absicherung in der Mathematik.
    • E. Stein, W. Wagner, P. Wriggers (1990): Numerical Procedures for the Computation of Singular Points and Postcritical Branches.
    • P. Wriggers, E. Stein, C. Miehe (1990): The Impact of Computer Aided Teaching in Lecturing Computational Mechanics.
    • P. Wriggers, N. Tarnow (1990): Interactive Control of Non-linear Finite Element Calculations by an Expert System.
    • P. Wriggers, W. Wagner (1990): Large Deformation Contact Problems of Axisymmetrical Membranes and Shells, A Finite Element Solution.
    • E. Stein, P. Wriggers, T. vu Van (1989): Models of Friction, Finite-Element-Implementation and Application to Large Deformation Impact-Contact-Problems.
    • E. Stein, W. Wagner, P. Wriggers (1989): Grundlagen nichtlinearer Berechnungsverfahren in der Strukturmechanik.
    • P. Wriggers, C. Miehe, M. Kleiber, J.C. Simo (1989): On the Thermomechanical Treatment of Necking Problems, a Finite Element Solution.
    • P. Wriggers, F. Gruttmann (1989): Large deformations of thin shells: Theory and Finite-Element- Discretization, Analytical and Computational Models of Shells.135-159
    • C. Miehe, E. Stein, P. Wriggers (1988): A General Concept for Thermomechanical Coupling.
    • E. Stein, D. Bischoff, N. Müller-Hoppe, W. Wagner, P. Wriggers (1988): Five Lectures on Nonlinear Finite Element Methods.
    • E. Stein, W. Wagner, P. Wriggers (1988): Concepts of Modeling and Discretization of Elastic Shells for Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis.
    • P. Wriggers, W. Wagner (1988): Solution Methods for Stability Analysis.
    • P. Wriggers, W. Wagner (1988): A Solution Method for the Postcritical Analysis of Contact Problems.
    • P. Wriggers (1987): On Consistent Tangent Matrices for Frictional Contact Problems.
    • P. Wriggers, T. vu Van, E. Stein (1987): Zur Berechnung von Stoßvorgängen bei Rahmentragwerken.
    • E. Stein, W. Wagner, P. Wriggers (1986): Postbuckling Analysis of Stability Problems with Nonlinear Contact Constraints.
    • W. Wagner, P. Wriggers, E. Stein (1986): A Shear-Elastic Shell Theory and Finite-Element-Postbuckling Analysis including Contact.
    • K.-D. Klee, E. Stein, P. Wriggers (1985): Traglastuntersuchungen ebener Stabtragwerke bei großen Verschiebungen und Verdrehungen.
    • P. Wriggers, J.C. Simo, R.L. Taylor (1985): Penalty and Augmented Lagrangian Formulations for Contact Problems.
    • E. Stein, P. Wriggers (1981): Incremental Calculations of Frictional Impact-Contact Problems with Application to Elastic Rods and Shells.

    Forschungsbericht

    • R. L. Taylor, P. Wriggers (1999): Smooth surface discretization for large deformation frictionless contact.
    • O. Scherf, G. Bugeda, E. Onate, P. Wriggers (1996): Investigation of impact problems via adaptive finite element methods.
    • P. Wriggers, M. Imhof (1996): Thermo-Kontakt.
    • J. Korelc, P. Wriggers (1995): Improved enhanced strain four node element with Taylor expansion of shape functions.
    • M. Küssner, P. Wriggers, L. Bernspang, A. Samuelson (1995): Mixed methods in finite element plasticity.
    • O. Scherf, P. Wriggers (1995): Adaptive Methoden für Kontaktprobleme.
    • S. Heimer, C. Leppin, D. Gross, P. Wriggers (1995): Untersuchung des bruchdynamischen Verhaltens von Rissen in viskoplastischen Materialien.
    • P. Wriggers, S. Meynen (1994): Tätigkeitsbericht Darmstadt zum Forschungsvorhaben Wr 19/5-1 Parallele Iterationsverfahren.
    • P. Wriggers, M. Imhof (1992): Thermo-Kontakt.
    • E. Stein, K.-D. Klee, P. Wriggers, F. Gadiel (1989): Rechnergestützte Traglastberechnung von Stahlbetonplattenbalken und -rahmen.
    • E. Stein, P. Wriggers, T. Wedemeier, T. vu Van (1989): Materialgesetze zum Verhalten von Betonkonstruktionen bei harten Stößen.
    • P. Wriggers (1988): Konsistente Linearisierungen in der Kontinuumsmechanik und ihre Anwendung auf die Finite-Element-Methode.
    • E. Stein, P. Wriggers, T. vu Van (1986): Nichtlineare Stoß- und Kontaktprobleme und ihre inkrementelle numerische Behandlung.
    • P. Wriggers (1985): Die Behandlung der Inkompressibilität mit gemischten finiten Elementen oder der selektiv- reduzierten Integration.
    • Mazzucki, Griebenow, Klee, Rose, Stein, Vogel, Wriggers (1984): Entwurf einer Richtlinie für das Aufstellen und Prüfen von elektronischen Standsicherheitsnachweisen.
    • P. Wriggers (1984): Thermomechanischer Kontakt.
    • P. Wriggers, B. Nour-Omid (1984): Solution Methods for Contact Problems.
    • P. Wriggers (1981): Zur Berechnung von Kontakt- und Stoßproblemen elastischer Körper mit Hilfe der Finite-Element-Methode.
    • P. Wriggers, J. Grüne, U. Sparboom (1976): Voruntersuchungen zum Schwingungsverhalten des Grossen Wellenkanals, Teilprojekt C1.

    Vortrag

    • Gartzke, A.-K.; Julmi, S.; Klose, C.; Besdo, S.; Waselau, A.-C.; Meyer-Lindenberg, A.; Maier, H. J.; Wriggers, P. (2019): Coupled computational implant degradation and bone ingrowth model4th International Conference on Biomedical Technology (ICBT), Hannover, Germany
    • M. Chaudry, C. Woitzik, C. Weißenfels , A. Düster, P. Wriggers (2019): Numerical modeling of ship collision with coupled DE-FE approach, International Centre for Numerical Methods in Engineering (Marine), Gothenburg, Sweden, 13-15 May
    • M. Gierig, M. Marino, P. Wriggers (2019): A Continuum Model for Soft Biological Tissues: Collagen Damage Coupled with Growth and Remodeling4th International Conference on Biomedical Technology, Hannover, Germany
    • M. Gierig, M. Marino, P. Wriggers (2019): A Computational Model for Biological Tissues Considering the Influence of Injury on Growth and Remodelling90th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Vienna, Austria
    • M. Gierig, M. Marino, P. Wriggers (2019): Continuum Modeling the Behavior of Soft Biological Tissues During and Due to Unphysiological Loading (poster presentation)16th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, New York, USA
    • M. Marino, M. Gierig, P. Wriggers (2019): Growth-and-Remodelling and Injury in Arterial Tissues: Chemo-Mechano-Biological Modelling25th Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics, Vienna, Austria
    • T. Bode, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2019): Peridynamic Petrov-Galerkin method: A generalization of the peridynamic theory of correspondence materials90th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2019), Vienna, Austria, 18-22 February 2019
    • T. Bode, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2019): The Peridynamic Petrov Galerkin Method-A Generalized Peridynamic Correspondence Formulation for Finite Elasticity and Fluid FlowsVI International Conference on Particle-Based Methods (Particles 2019), Barcelona, Spain, 28-30 October 2019
    • T. Bode, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2019): Peridynamic Petrov-Galerkin for Finite ElasticityThematic Conference of the European Community in Computational Methods in Applied Sciences on eXtended Discretization MethodS for partial differential equations on complex and evolving domains (X-DMS 2019), Lugano, Switzerland 03-05 July 2019
    • A.-K. Krüger, S. Julmi, C. Klose, S. Besdo, H. J. Maier, P. Wriggers (2018): Simulation of bone ingrowth into bone substitutes on implant level length scale89th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2018), Munich, Germany, 19-23 March 2018
    • F. Töller, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2018): Bulk material models in cohesive zone elements89th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2018), Munich, Germany, 19-23 March 2018
    • F. Töller, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2018): Material model for a composite with ductile and brittle constituents6th European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM 6), Glasgow, UK, 11-15 June 2018
    • H. Wessels, T. Bode, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2018): Metal Particle Melting Analysis for Additive Manufacturing Using the Stabilized Optimal Transportation Method89th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2018), Munich, Germany, 19-23 March 2018
    • M. Baldrich, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2018): Developing a model for the microscopic material behaviour of a tailored formed joining zone of an aluminium-steel hybrid solid component89th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2018), Munich, Germany, 19-23 March 2018
    • M. Baldrich, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2018): Micromechanical thermoplastic material model for aluminium in a continuum mechanics framework6th International Symposium on Computational Mechanics of Polycrystals (CMCn 2018), Düsseldorf, Germany, 17-18 September 2018
    • M. Baldrich, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2018): Describing the material behaviour of a tailored formed joining zone of an aluminium-steel hybrid solid component on a microscopic length scale6th European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM 6), Glasgow, UK, 11-15 June 2018
    • M. Chaudry, C. Woitzik, A. Düster, P. Wriggers (2018): Computational modelling of particle filled structures with application in ship building, 89th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2018), Munich, Germany, 19-23 March 2018
    • M. Chaudry, C. Woitzik, C. Weißenfels , A. Düster, P. Wriggers (2018): Computational modelling of ship collision, Contact Mechanics International Symposium (CMIS) Oropa,Italy. May 16-18, 2018
    • M. Chaudry, C. Woitzik, C. Weißenfels , A. Düster, P. Wriggers (2018): Numerical modelling of collision of particle-filled structures,6th European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM 6), Glasgow, UK, 11-15 June 2018
    • M. Gierig, M. Marino, P. Wriggers (2018): Multiphysics modelling of damage-induced response in arterial tissue: a computational framework for in-stent restenosisVirtual Physiological Human Conference, Zaragoza, Spain
    • M. Gierig, M. Marino, P. Wriggers (2018): A Chemo-mechano-biological Approach for the Computational Modelling of In-stent Restenosis10th European Solid Mechanics Conference, Bologna, Italy
    • M. Gierig, M. Marino, P. Wriggers (2018): A Multiphysics Approach for Modelling the Response of Arterial Tissue to Stent-induced Mechanical Injury (poster presentation)8th World Congress of Biomechanics, Dublin, Ireland
    • M. Marino, M. Gierig, M. Rolf-Pissarczyk, P. Wriggers (2018): Computational strategies for chemo-mechano-biological response to arterial injury13th World Congress on Computational Mechanics, New York, USA
    • T. Steiner, P. Wriggers (2018): The novel discontinuous Petrov-Galerking Finite Element Method for nearly incompressible material behaviour in solid mechanics89th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2018), Munich, Germany, 19-23 March 2018
    • T. Steiner, P. Wriggers (2018): The novel discontinuous Petrov-Galerkin Finite Element Method: application to small and large deformations in solid mechanics6th European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM 6), Glasgow, UK, 11-15 June 2018
    • A.-K. Krüger, S. Julmi, C. Klose, S. Besdo, H. J. Maier, P. Wriggers (2017): Simulation der Degradation schwammähnlicher Strukturen aus Magnesiumlegierungen als KnochenersatzmaterialJahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Biomechanik 2017, Hannover, Germany, 29-31 March 2017
    • A.-K. Krüger, S. Julmi, C. Klose, S. Besdo, H. J. Maier, P. Wriggers (2017): Simulation of the Degradation of Bone Implants using Finite Element MethodThird ECCOMAS thematic conference on Biomedical Technology (ICBT 2017), Hannover, Germany, 6-8 November 2017
    • A.-K. Krüger, S. Julmi, C. Klose, S. Besdo, P. Wriggers (2017): Simulation of the Change in Mechanical Properties of Degradable Bone Implants7th GACM Colloquium on Computational Mechanics for Young Scientists from Academia and Industry (GACM 2017), Stuttgart, Germany, 11-13 October 2017
    • D. Huang, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2017): Numerical Simulation of Contact using Optimal Transportation Meshfree (OTM) Method88th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2017), Weimar, Germany, 6-10 March 2017
    • D. Huang, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2017): Simulation of Ductile Damage and Fracture at Finite Strain by Optimal Transportation Meshfree (OTM) methodXIV International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2017), Barcelona, Spain, 5-7 September 2017
    • F. Töller, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2017): Modelling the thermoplastic material behaviour of a tailored formed joining zone on a macroscopic length scaleXIV International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2017), Barcelona, Spain, 5-7 September 2017
    • H. Wessels, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2017): Metal Particle Melting for Powder Based Additive Manufacturing Using Optimal Transportation Meshfree Method88th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2017), Weimar, Germany, March 6-10, 2017
    • H. Wessels, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2017): Metal Particle Melting Using Optimal Transportation Meshless MethodBerkeley/Stanford CompFest 2017, Berkeley, USA, April 8, 2017
    • H. Wessels, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers, T. I. Zohdi (2017): Metal Particle Melting and Solidification for Powder Based Additive Manufacturing Using Optimal Transportation Meshfree MethodIUTAM/AMERIMECH Symposium on Computational Mechanics of Particle-Functionalized Fluid and Solid Materials for Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Processes, Berkeley, USA, May 30-31, 2017
    • H. Wessels, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers, T. I. Zohdi (2017): Melting and Solidification of Powder Based Additive Manufacturing Using Optimal Transportation Meshfree MethodSimulation for Additive Manufacturing, Munich, Germany, October 11-13, 2017
    • M. Chaudry, C. Woitzik, A. Düster, P. Wriggers (2017): Numerical simulation of granular materials during confined compression, 5th International Conference on Particle-Based Methods (Particles 2017), Hannover, Germany
    • M. A. Chaudry, C. Weißenfels, A. Düster, P. Wriggers (2017): Computational modelling of granular materials during confined compression, 5th International Conference on Computational Contact Mechanics (ICCCM), Lecce, Italy July 5-7, 2017
    • M. A. Chaudry, C. Woitzik, A. Düster, P. Wriggers (2017): Numerical simulation of granular materials during confined compression, 88th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2017), Weimar, Germany, 6-10 March 2017
    • M. Baldrich, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2017): Modelling the thermoplastic material behaviour of a tailored formed joining zone on a microscopic length scaleXIV International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2017), Barcelona, Spain, 5-7 September 2017
    • M. Baldrich, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2017): Modelling the thermoplastic material behaviour of a tailored formed joining zone on a microscopic length scale with focus on the steel component88th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2017), Weimar, Germany, 6-10 March 2017
    • M. Marino, D. Bianchi, G. Pontrelli, G. Vairo, P. Wriggers (2017): Analysis of arterial multiphysics via a novel chemo-mechano-biological model3rd Soft Tissue Modelling Workshop (07.06.17 - 09.06.17, Glasgow, UK)
    • M. Marino, D. Bianchi, G. Vairo, P. Wriggers (2017): Arterial physiopathological remodeling: a framework for investigating the role of molecular transport and multiscale constitutive response3rd International Conference on Biomedical Technology, ECCOMAS Thematic Conference (06.11.17 - 08.11.17, Hannover, Germany)
    • M. Marino, M. von Hoegen, J. Schröder, P. Wriggers (2017): Constitutive response and structure of soft biological tissues: direct and inverse identification of parameters 88th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (6.03.2017 - 10.03.2017, Weimar, Germany)
    • M. Marino, P. Wriggers (2017): A novel finite-element multiscale formulation for microstructured soft materials with crimped fibers 23rd Congress of the Italian Association of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (04.09.17 - 07.09.17, Salerno, Italy)
    • M. Marino, P. Wriggers (2017): A chemo-mechano-biological approach for multiphysics arterial pathophysiology: from cell-cell signalling pathways to multiscale tissue mechanics 10. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Biomechanik (29.03.17 - 31.03.17, Hannover, Germany)
    • M. Marino, P. Wriggers (2017): In silico assessment of individualized implants: a chemo-mechano-biological approach for arterial pathophysiology Jahrestagung der BIOMEDIZINISCHEN TECHNIK und Dreiländertagung der MEDIZINISCHEN PHYSIK (10.09.17 - 13.09.17, Dresden, Germany)
    • M. Pezeshki, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2017): 3D Fracture modeling by extended finite element method and gradient enhanced damage88th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2017), Weimar, Germany, 6-10 March 2017
    • M. Pezeshki, S. Löhnert, P.-A. Guidault, E. Baranger, P. Wriggers (2017): Dynamic brittle fracture by XFEM and gradient-enhanced damageInternational Conference on Computational Fracture and Failure of Materials and Structures (CFRAC 2017), 14-16 June 2017, Nantes, France
    • T. Steiner, P. Wriggers (2017): A primal discontinuous Petrov-Galerkin Finite Element Method7th GACM Colloquium on Computational Mechanics for Young Scientists from Academia and Industry (GACM 2017), Stuttgart, Germany, 11-13 October 2017
    • T. Steiner, P. Wriggers, F. Hellwig, C. Carstensen (2017): A low-order discontinuous Petrov-Galerkin Finite Element Method88th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2017), Weimar, Germany, 6-10 March 2017
    • T. Steiner, P. Wriggers, F. Hellwig, C. Carstensen (2017): A low-order discontinuous Petrov-Galerkin Finite Element MethodModern Finite Element Technologies (MFET 2017), Bad Honnef, Germany, 21-23 August 2017
    • W. T. Rust, P. Wriggers, B. Hudobivnik, B. D. Reddy (2017): A Virtual Element Method for Large Deformation Contact88th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2017), 06-10 March 2017, Weimar, Germany
    • W.T. Rust, P. Wriggers, B. Hudobivnik, B.D. Reddy (2017): A Virtual Element Method for Large Deformation ContactPolytopal Element Methods in Mathematics and Engineering (POEMS 2017), 5-7 July, Milano, Italy
    • W.T. Rust, P. Wriggers, B. Hudobivnik, B.D. Reddy (2017): A Virtual Element Method for Large Deformation ContactModern Finite Element Technologies (MFET 2017), 21-23 August, Bad Honnef, Germany
    • A. B. Harish and P. Wriggers (2016): Towards a Multiscale Approach to Modeling Nanoparticle Reinforced ElastomersWorkshop on Multiscale Modeling and Model Reduction, Aachen, Germany (Jun, 2016)
    • H. Wessels, C. Weißenfels, P. Wriggers (2016): Simulation of Selective Laser Melting ProcessesWorkshop Additive Manufacturing Quantifiziert, Hannover, 22 September 2016
    • M. Chaudry, C. Woitzik, C. Weißenfels, A. Düster, P. Wriggers (2016): DEM-FEM coupled numerical investigation of granular materials to increase crashworthiness of double-hull vessels87th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2016), Braunschweig, Germany, 7-11 March 2016
    • P. Wagner, P. Wriggers, H. Clasen, C. Prange (2016): Validation of a multiscale FEM approach for elastomer friction on rough surfaces8th Contact Mechanics International Symposium (CMIS 2016), Warsaw, Poland, 11-13 May 2016
    • P. Wagner, P. Wriggers, H. Clasen, C. Prange (2016): Multiscale FEM approach for hysteresis friction and adhesion of rubber on rough surfaces7th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS Congress 2016), Crete, Greece, 5-10 June 2016
    • P. Wriggers (2016): Material Modeling based on Multiscale AnalyisUniversity of Cape Town
    • P. Wriggers, J. Schroeder, and F. Auricchio (2016): Finite element formulations for large strains in anisotropic materialskeynote lecture, ECCOMAS 2016, Crete
    • Peter Wriggers, S. Zeller, S. Beese and S. Löhnert (2016): A Multiscale Approach for Modeling Thermoplastic Material Behaviour of Dual-Phase Steels - From Microscopic to Macroscopic Length ScalePlenary Lecture at the World Congress of Computational Mechanics, WCCM & APCOM, Seoul, 2016
    • S. Zeller, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2016): Modelling the Thermoplastic Material Behaviour of Dual-Phase Steels on a Microscopic Length Scale87th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2016), Braunschweig, Germany, 7-11 March 2016
    • Steffen Beese, Stefan Loehnert and Peter Wriggers (2016): Modeling of fracture in polycrystalline materials with the XFEM7th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS Congress 2016), Crete, Greece, 5-10 June 2016
    • T. Steiner, P. Wriggers (2016): A discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Method for linear elasticity using a mixed integration scheme7th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS Congress 2016), Crete, Greece, 5-10 June 2016
    • T. Steiner, P. Wriggers, C. Carstensen (2016): Two-dimensional discontinuous Galerkin & discontinuous Petrov Galerkin Method87th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2016), Braunschweig, Germany, 7-11 March 2016
    • W.T. Rust, P. Wriggers, B.D. Reddy (2016): The Virtual Element Method for Large Deformation Contact 7th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS Congress 2016), Crete, Greece, 5-10 June 2016
    • W.T. Rust, P.Wriggers, B.D. Reddy (2016): The Virtual Element Method and its application on adaptive mesh refinement Special Workshop Multiscale Modeling of Heterogeneous Structures (MUMO) 2016, Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 21-23, 2016
    • A. B. Harish and P. Wriggers (2015): Abrasive Wear: Towards a Multiscale Approach26th Annual Robert J. Melosh Symposium, Durham, USA, 24-Apr-2015
    • A. B. Harish and P. Wriggers (2015): Abrasive Wear: Towards a Multiscale Approach4th International Conference on Computational Contact Mechanics (ICCCM15), Hanover, Germany, 27-29 May 2015
    • Artsem Kunin, Stefan Loehnert and Peter Wriggers (2015): A multiscale projection method for the thermomechanical simulation of the interaction of microcracks with a macrocrackX-DMS 2015, eXtended Discretization Methods, Ferrara, Italy, September 9-11, 2015
    • P. Wagner, P. Wriggers, C. Klapproth, C. Prange (2015): A multiscale contact homogenization approach for hysteresis friction of rubber on rough surfaces86th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2015), Lecce, Italy, 23-27 March 2015
    • P. Wagner, P. Wriggers, C. Klapproth, C. Prange (2015): Thermomechanical Multiscale FEM Approach for Sliding Elastomers on Rough Surfaces6th Edition of the International Conference on Computational Methods for Coupled Problems in Science and Engineering (Coupled Problems 2015), San Servolo, Venice, Italy, 18-20 May 2015
    • P. Wagner, P. Wriggers, C. Prange (2015): Thermomechanical Multiscale FEM Approach for Sliding Elastomers on Rough Surfaces4th International Conference on Computational Contact Mechanics (ICCCM15), Hanover, Germany, 27-29 May 2015
    • S. Yazdani, W.J.H. Rust, P. Wriggers (2015): An extended finite element model for the delamination analysis of composite laminates18th International Conference on Composite Structures (ICCS18), At Lisbon, Portugal
    • S. Zeller, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2015): Modelling the Thermoplastic Material Behaviour of Dual-Phase Steels on a Microscopic Length Scale and Deducing Corollaries for Material Models on a Macroscopic Length ScaleCOMPLAS 2015, Barcelona, Spain
    • S. Zeller, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2015): Modelling the Thermoplastic Material Behaviour of Dual-Phase Steels on a Microscopic Length ScaleGAMM 2015, Lecce, Italy
    • S. Zeller, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2015): Modellierung der Temperaturentwicklung während der Blechmassivumformung unter Berücksichtigung der Mikrostruktur des WerkstoffesNorddeutsches Mechanik-Kolloquium, Hannover, Germany
    • Steffen Beese, Stefan Loehnert and Peter Wriggers (2015): 3D ductile crack propagation with the XFEM 86th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2015), Lecce, Italy, 23-27 March 2015
    • Steffen Beese, Stefan Loehnert, Peter Wriggers (2015): Crack Propagation in poly crystalline materialsX-DMS 2015, eXtended Discretization Methods, Ferrara, Italy, September 9-11, 2015
    • W.T. Rust, P. Wriggers, B.D. Reddy (2015): Application of the virtual element method to non-conforming contact interfaces 3rd Eccomas Young Investigators Conference, July 20-23, 2015, RWTH Aachen
    • W.T. Rust, P. Wriggers, B.D. Reddy (2015): Application of the virtual element method to non-conforming contact interfaces Thematic Conference on eXtended Discretization MethodS, September 9- 11, 2015, Ferrara
    • W.T. Rust, P. Wriggers, B.D. Reddy (2015): Application of the virtual element method to non-conforming contact interfaces 86th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM 2015), Lecce, Italy, 23-27 March 2015
    • W.T. Rust, P. Wriggers, B.D. Reddy (2015): Application of the virtual element method to non-conforming contact interfaces 8th International Congress of Croatian Society of Mechanics (8th ICCSM), 29 September - 3 October 2015, Opatija, Croatia
    • A. B. Harish and P. Wriggers (2014): Multiscale-Multiphysics Modeling of ProcessesYoung Investigators Meet, Hannover, Germany, (Nov, 2014)
    • A. B. Harish and P. Wriggers (2014): Modeling Abrasive Wear: Towards and Multiscale Fracture Approach11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM XI), Barcelona, Spain, 20-25 July 2014
    • A. B. Harish and P. Wriggers (2014): Multiscale Multiphysics Outlook to Modelling Abrasive Wear6th Contact Mechanics International Symposium (CMIS 2014), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 03-05 February 2014
    • M. Anndif , P. Wriggers (2014): Reduced Order Model for Nonlinear Structural MechanicsWorkshop on Recent Trends and Future Developments in Computational Science and Engineering, March 26-28, 2014,Plön, Germany
    • P. Wagner, P. Wriggers, C. Klapproth (2014): A multiscale contact homogenization technique for rubber friction on rough surfaces7th Contact Mechanics International Symposium (CMIS 2014), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 03-05 February 2014
    • P. Wagner, P. Wriggers, C. Klapproth, C. Prange (2014): Multiscale FEM approach for rubber friction on rough rigid surfaces14th European Mechanics of Materials Conference (EMMC-14), Gothenburg, Sweden, 27-29 August 2014
    • P. Wagner, P. Wriggers, C. Klapproth, C. Prange (2014): Multiscale FEM for rubber friction on rough surfaces11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM XI), Barcelona, Spain, 20-25 July 2014
    • S. Zeller, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2014): Modelling the temperature development during sheet-bulk-metal forming considering the microstructure of the materialGAMM 2014, Erlangen, Germany
    • A. B. Harish and P. Wriggers (2013): Formulation of 3D Nonlocal Cohesive Zone Model for Finite Thickness Interfaces: Application to Crack Modeling in Filled Elastomeric Materials3rd International Conference on Computational Contact Mechanics- ICCCM, Lecce, Italy, 10- 12 July 2013
    • A. B. Harish and P. Wriggers (2013): Micromechanical Model for Mullins Effect Induced Anisotropic Damage in Filled Elastomers12th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM 12), July 22-25, Raleigh, USA
    • A. B. Harish and P. Wriggers (2013): Computational Implementation of Finite Thickness Nonlocal Cohesive Zone Element for Crack Propagation in Filled ElastomersGerman Association for Computational Mechanics Symposium, Hamburg, Germany, 02-04 Oct (2013) (Note: The work was also presented as a poster & was awarded the best poster award)
    • C. Prange, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2013): Model adaptivity within a 3D multiscale context for XFEM for cracksGAMM 84rd Annual Meeting, Novi Sad, 18. - 22. März 2013
    • C. Prange, S.Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2013): Discretization and model adaptivity for the multiscale XFEM simulation of arbitrary crack geometries using unstructured meshesThird International Conference on Computational Modeling of Fracture and Failure of Materials and Structures, Prag, 05. - 07. Juni 2013
    • H. Clasen, C. B. Hirschberger, J. Korelc, P. Wriggers (2013): FE²-homogenization of micromorphic elasto-plastic materials12th International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS XII), Barcelona, 3-5 September 2013
    • J.-H. Dobberstein and P. Wriggers (2013): Methods to stabilize demolding simulations3rd International Conference on Computational Contact Mechanics, Lecce, Italy, 10-12 July 2013
    • M. Anndif, P.Wriggers (2013): Model Reduction by using Dynamic-POD2nd International Workshop on Reduced Basis, POD and PGD model , November 3-6, 2013, BLOIS CASTLE, france.
    • M. Weidling, S. Besdo, T. Schilling, M. Bauer, Fr.-W. Bach, H. J. Maier, A. Haverich, P. Wriggers, T. Hassel (2013): Development of magnesium alloy scaffolds to support biological myocardial grafts - A finite element investigationInternational Conference on Biomedical Technology. European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS). Hannover, 20.-22.11.2013.
    • M. Weidling, S. Besdo, T. Schilling, M. Bauer, T. Hassel, A. Haverich, P. Wriggers (2013): Finite element simulation of myocardial stabilising structures and development of new designsBMT 2013. 3-Ländertagung der Fachgesellschaften ÖGBMT/SGBT/DGBMT. Graz, 19.-21.09.2013
    • N. Hajibeik, L. de Lorenzis, P. Wriggers (2013): Isogeometric Analysis of Delamination in CompositesThird International Conference on Computational Modeling of Fracture and Failure of Materials and Structures, Prague, 05. - 07. Juni 2013
    • N. Hajibeik, L. de Lorenzis, P. Wriggers (2013): Isogeometric Analysis of Mixed–Mode Delamination in Composites3rd International Conference on Computational Contact Mechanics- ICCCM, Lecce, Italy, 10- 12 July 2013
    • S. Zeller, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2013): Modelling the temperature development during sheet-bulk-metal forming using material isomorphismCOMPLAS 2013, Barcelona, Spain
    • S. Zeller, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2013): Modelling the temperature development during sheet-bulk-metal forming using material isomorphismGAMM 2013, Novi Sad, Serbia
    • C. Prange, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2012): Recovery based error estimation for 3D multiscale computations within the XFEM for cracksGAMM 83rd Annual Meeting, Darmstadt, 26-30 März 2012
    • C. Prange, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2012): Discretisation error estimation and model adaptivity within 3D multiscale XFEM for cracksEuropean Solid Mechanics Conference, Graz, 9. - 13. Juli 2012
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2012): About the Microstructural Effects of Polycrystalline Materials and their Macroscopic Representation at Finite DeformationGAMM 83rd Annual Meeting, Darmstadt, 26-30 March 2012
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2012): Computational Homogenisation of Polycrystalline Elastoplastic Microstructures at Finite Deformations6th ECCOMAS Conference, Vienna, 10-14 September. 2012
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2012): Towards an Effective Material Model for Elastoplastic Polycrystalline Materials through Homogenisation8th European Solid Mechanics Conference, Graz, 9-13 July 2012
    • E. Lehmann, S. Schmaltz, D. Faßmann, S. Germain, C. Weber, S. Löhnert, M. Schaper, Fr.-W. Bach, P. Steinmann, K. Willner, P. Wriggers (2012): Material model identification for DC04 based on the numerical modelling of the polycrystalline microstructure and experimental data15th ESAFORM Conference, Erlangen, 14-16 March, 2012
    • M. Paggi, E. Lehmann, C. Weber, A. Carpinteri, P. Wriggers (2012): 3D vs. 2D Modelling of Cracking and Plasticity in Polycrystalline Materials10th World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Sao Paulo, 3-13 July, 2012
    • N. Hajibeik, I. Temizer, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2012): Scale adaptivity for a multiscale analysis of composite substructures6th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS 2012), Vienna, Austria, 10-14 September 2012
    • C. B. Hirschberger, H. Clasen, Joze Korelc and P. Wriggers (2011): Automation of computational homogenization: consistent macro linearization for dissipative microstructures ECCOMAS Special Interest Conference on Trends and Interests in Computational Mechanics 2011, 12–14 September 2011, Padua
    • C. Hoppe, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2011): Recovery based error estimation for the discretization error of twoscale crack calculationsXFEM, ECCOMAS thematic conference, Cardiff, 29 June - 1 July 2011
    • C. Hoppe, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2011): Twoscale crack calculation with a recovery based error estimation technique for the discretization error in 3DUSNCCM 11th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics, Minneapolis, 25-28 July 2011
    • C. Hoppe, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2011): Recovery based error estimation in 2D and 3D for the extended finite element analysis of cracksGAMM 82nd Annual Meeting, Graz, 18-21 April 2011
    • C. Weißenfels and P. Wriggers (2011): Numerical Simulation of Soil-Structure Interactions using Projected Friction Laws2nd International Conference on Computational Contact Mechanics (ICCCM), Hannover (Germany), June 15 - June 17, 2011
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2011): Computational Homogenisation of Polycrystalline Elastoplastic Microstructures at Finite Deformation2nd International Conference on Material Modelling, Paris, 31 August - 02 September 2011
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2011): Towards the Effective Behaviour of Polycrystalline Microstructures at Finite StrainsCOMPLAS XI., Barcelona, 07-09 September 2011
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2011): Towards the Effective Behaviour of Polycrystalline Materials for Sheet Bulk Metal Forming ProcessesESAFORM, Belfast, 27-29 April 2011
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2011): Computational Homogenisation of Polycrystalline Elastoplastic Microstructures at Finite DeformationGAMM 82nd Annual Meeting, Graz, 18-21 April 2011
    • J. Korelc, P. Wriggers, C. B. Hirschberger (2011): Automation of FE2 multi-scale method11th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics, Minneapolis, USA, 25.–28.07.2011.
    • J.-H. Dobberstein, M. Wangenheim, F. Schmerwitz, H. Lind, P. Wriggers, B. Wies (2011): Simulation of the Friction Behavior of Rubber Compounds on Real Road Surfaces2nd International Conference on Computational Contact Mechanics (ICCCM 2011), Hannover, 15-17 June 2011
    • N. Hajibeik, I, Temizer, P. Wriggers (2011): Adaptive Multi-scale Analysis in CompositesUniversity of Tehran, Iran, December 2011
    • N. Hajibeik, I, Temizer, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2011): Adaptive Multi-scale Failure Analysis based on Error EstimationGAMM 82nd Annual Meeting Graz, 18-21 April 2011
    • N. Hajibeik, I, Temizer, S. Löhnert, P. Wriggers (2011): Adaptive Multi-scale Failure Analysis based on Error Estimation3rd ECCOMAS Thematic Conference on the Mechanical Response of Composites, 21-23th September 2011, Hannover, Germany
    • C. Hoppe, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers, E. Stein (2010): Error estimation within the extended finite element analysis of cracksGAMM 81st Annual Meeting, Karlsruhe, 22-26 March 2010
    • C. Hoppe, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers, E. Stein (2010): Error estimation within the extended finite element analysis of cracksECCM 4th European Conference on Computational Mechanics, Paris, 16-21 May 2010
    • C. Weißenfels and P. Wriggers (2010): Numerical Simulation of Soil-Structure Interactions using Projected Friction Laws4th European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM), Paris (France), May 16 - May 21, 2010
    • C. Weißenfels and P. Wriggers (2010): Numerical Modeling of Soil-Structure Interactions using Projected Friction Laws9th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM), Sydney (Australia), July 19 - July 23, 2010
    • E. Lehmann et al. (2010): Identifikation eines Materialmodells für den DC04 basierend auf der numerischen Modellierung der polykristallinen Mikrostruktur und experimentellen Daten1. Workshop Blechmassivumformung, Erlangen, 13-14 October 2010
    • E. Lehmann, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers (2010): Modelling Metals at Finite DeformationGAMM 81st Annual Meeting, Karlsruhe, 22-26 March 2010
    • J.-H. Dobberstein, R. A. Sauer, P. Wriggers, F. Schmerwitz, M. Wangenheim (2010): An effective computational contact model for hysteretic friction on rough surfacesGAMM 81st Annual Meeting, Karlsruhe, 22-26 March 2010
    • C. Weißenfels and P. Wriggers (2009): Numerical Modeling of Electrical Contacts13th Congress on the Mathematics of Finite Elements and Applications (MAFELAB), Brunel (United Kingdom), June 9 - June 12, 2009
    • C. Weißenfels and P. Wriggers (2009): Computational Modeling of Soil-Structure Interactions1st International Conference on Computational Contact Mechanics (ICCCM), Lecce (Italy), September 16 - September 18, 2009
    • C. Weißenfels and P. Wriggers (2009): Numerical Modeling of Friction Laws fro Soil-Structure Interations 3rd GACM Colloqium on Computational Mechanics, Hannover (Germany), September 21 - September 23, 2009
    • C. Weißenfels and P. Wriggers (2008): A Finite Element Algorithm for Electromechanical Contact Problems79st Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM), Bremen (Germany), March 31 - April 4, 2008
    • C. Weißenfels and P. Wriggers (2008): Numerical Treatment of Coupled Electro- Thermo- Mechanical Effects in Contact Problems8th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM), Venice (Italy) , June 30 - July 5, 2008

W3-Professor, Institutsleiter des Institutes für Kontinuumsmechanik,
Vizepräsident für Forschung an der Leibniz Universität Hannover.

  • Akademische Ausbildung
    1988 Habilitation in Mechanik, Universität Hannover
    1981 Promotion in Mechanik, Universität Hannover
    1976 Diplom in Bauingenieurwesen, Technische Universität Hannover
  • Beruflicher Werdegang
    seit 2008 Universitätsprofessor für Mechanik in der Fakultät für Maschinenbau an der Leibniz Universität Hannover
    2005 - 2006 Conjoint Professor an der University of Newcastle, Australien
    1998 - 2008 Universitätsprofessor für Mechanik in der Fakultät für Bauingenieurwesen und Geodäsie an der Leibniz Universität Hannover
    1990 - 1998 Universitätsprofessor für Mechanik im Fachbereich für Mechanik an der Technischen Universität Darmstadt
    1988 - 1988 Gastprofessor am Department of Civil Engineering der University of California, Berkeley, USA
    1984 - 1990Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut für Baumechanik und Numerische Mechanik der Universität Hannover
    1983 - 1984 Visiting Scholar an der University of California, Berkeley, USA
    1976 - 1983Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut für Baumechanik der Universität Hannover
  • Aktivitäten
    seit 2018Korrespondierendes Mitglied der Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts
    2016Wiedergewähltes Mitglied des Executivkomites der IACM
    2015 - 2016Vorsitz des Executivkomites der ASME
    seit 2015 Vizepräsident für Forschung der Leibniz Universität Hannover
    seit 2015 Mitglied der Academic Assembly von CISM (International Center of Mechanical Sciences)
    seit 2014 Editor in Chief von „Computational Particle Mechanics“
    seit 2011 Vizepräsident der IACM (International Association for Computational Mechanics)
    2011 - 2013 Vizepräsident der GAMM (Society for Applied Mathematics and Mechanics)
    seit 2011 Executivkomitee der Applied Mechanics Division der ASME
    seit 2011 Mitglied des DFG Senatsausschusses für Sonderforschungsbereiche
    seit 2010 Sprecher des internationalen Graduiertenkollegs IRTG1627: Virtual Materials and Structures and their Validation
    seit 2009 Mitglied des Executivkomitees der IACM
    seit 2009Mitglied des Lenkungsausschusses des Höchstleistungsrechenzentrums der Universität Stuttgart (HLRS)
    2008 - 2012 Präsident der GACM (German Association for Computational Mechanics)
    2008 - 2010 Präsident der GAMM (Society for Applied Mathematics and Mechanics)
    2007 - 2011 Mitglied des ERC review panels für Starting and Consolidator Grants
    2006 - 2015 Mitglied des Auswahlausschusses der Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung für Forschungsstipendien
    2004 - 2011 Mitglied des DFG Fachkollegiums Architektur / Bauingenieurwesen sowie Medizintechnik
    seit 2004Mitglied der Acatech (German Academy of Technology Science)
    seit 2003 Mitherausgeber des “Bauingenieur”
    seit 2003Mitglied der Akademie für Wissenschaften und Literatur Mainz
    2001 - 2004Mitglied der Beratungskommission des "Transatlantic Science and Humanities Program" der Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung
    2001 - 2008Vizepräsident der GACM
    seit 2001 Editor in Chief von “Computational Mechanics”
    1996 - 2001 Mitglied des DFG Senatsausschusses Graduiertenkollegs
  • Ehrungen
    2015 Ehrendoktorwürde „Dr.-Ing. E.h.“ der TU Darmstadt
    2013 Ehrendoktorwürde „Dr. h.c.“ der ENS Cachan, Frankreich
    2013 Ehrendoktorwürde „Dr. h.c.“ der University of Technology Posen 
    2013 “Zienkiewicz Medal” der Polish Association for Computational Mechanics (PACM)
    2011 „Grand Prize“ of the Japan Society for Computational Engineering and Science (JSCES), Tokyo
    2011“Russell Severance Springer Professor“, Visiting Chair at ME Department, UC Berkeley
    2010 „IACM Award“ der IACM
    2008 „Euler Medal“ der ECCOMAS

    2006

    Computational Mechanics Award (IACM)

    2004

    "Highly Commended Award" for paper in Engineering Computations

    2003 - 2004

    ARC Linkage Professorship at University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia

    2002

    Fellow of the International Association for Computational Mechanics (IACM)

    2002

    "Literati Award for Excellence" to the best paper 2002 in Engineering Computations

    1981

    "Christian-Kuhlemann-Scholarship" for best PhD-thesis, University of Hannover
  • Mitgliedschaften
    seit 2018Korrespondierendes Mitglied der Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts
    seit 2004 Mitglied von Acatech (Nationalakademie für Technikwissenschaften)
    seit 2004 Mitglied der Akademie für Wissenschaft und Literatur Mainz
    seit 1999 Mitglied der Braunschweigischen Wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft
  • Bücher
    • Technische Mechanik, Band 4
      Hydromechanik, Elemente der Höheren Mechanik, Numerische Methoden
      Springer-Verlag Berlin/Heidelberg
      3. Aufl. 1999. XI, 434 S. 213 Abb. Brosch.
      ISBN 3-540-65205-1
  • Journals
    • Associated Editor
      International Journal for Numerical methods in Engineering (1998-2001)
      Der Bauingenieur (since 2003)
    • Member of the Editorial Board:
      • Since 1990    Engineering Computations
      • Since 1990    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering
      • Since 1994    International Journal for Engineering Analysis and Design
      • Since 1995    Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering
      • Since 1997    Computers & Structures
      • Since 1997    International Journal of Solids and Structures
      • Since 1997    International Journal of Forming Processes
      • Since 1998    Engineering with Computers
      • Since 2000    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
      • Since 2000    International Journal for Computational Civil and Structural Engineering
      • Since 2000    Computational Engineering Science
      • Since 2002    Journal of Computational Biomechanics
      • Since 2003    International Journal of Computational Methods
      • Since 2003    Latin American Journal of Solids and Structures
      • Since 2003    International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering