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Full Technical Programme

Subject to changes. This version is updated according to the last-minute information.

Tuesday, June 11

18:00 - 20:00

Pre-registration

Wednesday, June 12

08:30 - 09:30

Registration and coffee

09:30 - 10:00

Opening ceremony

10:00 - 10:45

Plenary I - Prof. Amine Benzerga

WeM03P

Room: Maschinenhalle

Chair: Anna Pandolfi

Modeling and simulation of ductile fracture

A. Benzerga

10:45 - 12:45

Technical sessions
IS - Regularized failure models I - Integral nonlocal approaches

Invited Session organized by Milan Jir√°sek, Nicolas Mo√ęs and Corrado Maurini

WeM04I01

Room: Maschinenhalle

Chair: Milan Jir√°sek

A non-local GTN based model for explicit crash simulations

V. Davaze, S. Feld-Payet, B. Langrand, N. Vallino and J. Besson

Abstract

Nonlocal models for computing dynamic brittle fracture

P. Jha and R. Lipton

Abstract

Overall structural equilibrium in Computational Methods Coupling Peridynamics with Classical Mechanics

M. Zaccariotto, T. Ni, G. Ongaro, P. Seleson and U. Galvanetto

Abstract

IS - Ductile fracture I

Invited Session organized by Pierre-Olivier Bouchard, Jose Cesar de Sa and Ron Peerlings

WeM04I02

Room: N√ģmes 1

Chair: Pierre-Olivier Bouchard

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Effect of hardening on toughness: stress-dependent nucleation in the case of 6061 aluminum alloy

T. Petit, J. Besson, C. Ritter, K. Colas, L. Helfen and T. F.  Morgeneyer

Abstract

Damage and Failure of Thin Sheet Metal: New Biaxial Specimen Geometries

S. Gerke, J. Tix and M. Br√ľnig

Abstract

Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Ductile Fracture of Elements With Notches Under Elevated Temperature

L. Derpenski and A. Seweryn

Abstract

The Effect of Nonproportional Loading Paths on Damage and Fracture Mechanisms: Experiments and Numerical Simulations

M. Zistl, S. Gerke and M. Br√ľnig

Abstract

IS - Quasi-brittle cracking, coupled processes and hydraulic fractures I

Invited Session organized by Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot and Ignacio Carol

WeM04I03

Room: N√ģmes 2

Chair: Ignacio Carol

Interaction of coplanar 3D cracks in brittle materials under compression

L. Quaranta, L. Wijerathne and M. Hori

Abstract

Mixed Finite Element Modeling of Quasi-Brittle Cracks Under Cyclic Loading

G.B. Barbat, M. Cervera and M. Chiumenti

Abstract

Fracture of the concrete meso-structure: computed tomography, mesh generation and phase-field modelling

R. Kruse, P. Carrara and L. De Lorenzis

Abstract

Cracking behaviour of cementitious mortar accounting for its heterogeneous nature

A. Mishra, P. Carrara, R. Kruse and L. De Lorenzis

Abstract

3D mesoscale modelling of cementitious materials at post-peak

G. Mazzucco, G. Xotta, B, Pomaro, E. Garbin, V. Salomoni and C. Majorana

Abstract

IS - Theory of fracture, crack propagation criteria and crack tracking algorithms I

Invited Session organized by Anna Pandolfi and Michael Ortiz

WeM04I04

Room: Omaha

Chair: Anna Pandolfi

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Material Sink Approach to Fracture Modelling

K.  Volokh

Abstract

Computing Convergent Stress Intensity Factors Along the Front of a Three-Dimensional Crack on Unstructured Meshes

B.E. Grossman-Ponemon, L.M. Keer and A.J. Lew

Abstract

Fracture and singularities of the mass density gradient field

A Acharya

Abstract

Regularized explicit finite element formulation of shear localization with global tracking of embedded weak discontinuities

T. Jin, H.M. Mourad and C.A. Bronkhorst

Abstract

IS - Sandia Fracture Challenge (SFC) Special Session

Invited Session organized by Brad Boyce and Krishanswamy Ravi-Chandar

WeM04I05

Room: Kasan

Chair: Brad Boyce

Co-Chair: Krishanswamy Ravi-Chandar

The Sandia Fracture Challenges: Learning from Blind Benchmarks

B.L. Boyce and S.L.B. Kramer

Abstract

Summary of the First and Second Global Sandia Fracture Challenges

K. Ravi-Chandar

Abstract

The Third Sandia Fracture Challenge: A Deep Dive into the Experimental Results

A. Jones, S. Kramer, J. Gearhart, B. Boyce, T. Ivanoff, A. Lentfer and B. Salzbrenner

Abstract

Team Q’s Approach to the Third Sandia Fracture Challenge

K. Karlson, C. Alleman, J. Foulk, K. Manktelow, J. Ostien, M. Stender, A. Stershic and M. Veilleux

Abstract

Lessons learned from the first and third Sandia FractureChallenge

S. Brinckmann

Abstract

The Third Sandia Fracture Challenge: deterministic and probabilistic modeling of ductile fracture of additively-manufactured material

T. Tancogne-Dejean, M. Gorji, K. Pack and C. Roth

Abstract

An adaptive remeshing with cohesive zone approach to ductile failure: application to the Second Sandia Fracture Challenge

V. Chiaruttini

Abstract

Microstructural aspects of fracture I

WeM04O06

Room: Bath

Chair: Stefanie Reese

Configurational forces in crystal systems

S.E. Birang.O and P. Steinmann

Abstract

A method for modeling intergranular fracture and grain boundary sliding

S. Rezaei, J. R. Mianroodi and S. Reese

Abstract

Fracture mechanisms of dual-phase steels exhibiting a platelet-like microstructure

K. Ismail, L. Brassart, A. Perlade, P. J. Jacques and T. Pardoen

Abstract

12:45 - 14:00

Lunch

14:00 - 16:00

Technical sessions
IS - Regularized failure models II - Phase-field models ‚Äď numerics

Invited Session organized by Milan Jir√°sek, Nicolas Mo√ęs and Corrado Maurini

WeA06I01

Room: Maschinenhalle

Chair: Nicolas Mo√ęs

KEYNOTE LECTURE
On Penalization of Irreversibility in Variational Phase-Field Models of Brittle Fracture

T. Gerasimov and L. De Lorenzis

Abstract

A discontinuous approach to fracture based on the phase-field and the virtual element method

A. Hussein, B. Hudobivnik , F. Aldakheel and P. Wriggers

Abstract

A Hybridizable Discontinuous Galerkin phase-field model for brittle fracture with adaptive refinement

A. Muix√≠, S. Fern√°ndez-M√©ndez and A. Rodr√≠guez-Ferran

Abstract

A Phase-Field Model for Crack Propagation in 3D using the Finite Cell Method

L. Hug, M. Elhaddad, S. Kollmannsberger, Z. Yosibash and E. Rank

Abstract

A Phase-Field Model in Incompressible Solids - Numerical Application and Error Estimation.

K. Mang, M. Walloth, T. Wick and W. Wollner

Abstract

IS - Ductile fracture II

Invited Session organized by Pierre-Olivier Bouchard, Jose Cesar de Sa and Ron Peerlings

WeA06I02

Room: N√ģmes 1

Chair: Ron Peerlings

A Regularized Model for Ductile Damage by Micromorphic Homogenization

G. H√ľtter

Abstract

Analysis of the Stress-state-dependent Damage and Failure Behavior of Ductile Metals under Biaxial Loading Conditions

M. Schmidt, M. Br√ľnig and S. Gerke

Abstract

A Criterion for Void Coalescence in Anisotropic Ductile Materials Based on Concepts of Continuum Damage Mechanics

J. Jackiewicz

Abstract

Comparison of ductile damage models for fracture prediction in sheet metal forming

R. Amaral, A. Santos, S. Miranda and J. Cesar de Sa

Abstract

Properties of a non-local locking-free GTN model within the context of small-scale yielding

Y. Chen, E. Lorentz and J. Besson

Abstract

A gradient-enhanced model for ductile damage and failure of steels based on an engineering approach

A. Seupel and M. Kuna

Abstract

IS - Quasi-brittle cracking, coupled processes and hydraulic fractures II

Invited Session organized by Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot and Ignacio Carol

WeA06I03

Room: N√ģmes 2

Chair: Ignacio Carol

Phase-field modeling of shrinkage-induced cracking in cement mortar

T. Cajuhi, P. Lura and L. De Lorenzis

Abstract

Chemo-mechanical modelling of swelling in a fractured porous medium

A. Soci√©, F. Dubois, F. Perales and Y. Monerie

Abstract

Fracture analysis with zero-thickness interface elements and crack reorientation based on configurational forces

L. Crusat, D. Garolera and I. Carol

Abstract

A coupled chemical-mechanical approach to model biogenic sulfide corrosion in concrete sewer pipes

F.A.M. Rooyackers, E. Bosco, A.S.J. Suiker and F.H.L.R. Clemens

Abstract

Computational modelling of hygro-thermo-chemo-mechanical phenomena for prediction of salt crystallization-induced damage

M. Koniorczyk

Abstract

IS - Theory of fracture, crack propagation criteria and crack tracking algorithms II

Invited Session organized by Anna Pandolfi and Michael Ortiz

WeA06I04

Room: Omaha

Chair: Anna Pandolfi

Crack tracking algorithms for 3D fracture propagation based on a viscous regularization

A. Salvadori, P. Wawrzynek and F. Fantoni

Abstract

Influence of internal length scales on the evolution of micro-cracking in fiber-reinforced composites

G. Lancioni and R. Alessi

Abstract

Micromechanical Modelling of Ductile Damage via a Cohesive-Volumetric Approach

N. B. Nkoumbou Kaptchouang, Y. Monerie and P.-G. Vincent

Abstract

Application of a microstructured brittle damage model to laboratory tests on rocks

F. Calidonna, M.L. De Bellis, G. Della Vecchia, M. Ortiz and A. Pandolfi

Abstract

Mesh-independent Crack Propagation under Mixed-Mode Loading using Remeshing and Dynamic Insertion of Cohesive Elements

D. Uribe, D. Pino Mu√Īoz, M. Delbo and P.-O. Bouchard

Abstract

Applying the generalized Orowan criterion, to model cleavage fracture of High-Strength Low-Alloy steels (HSLA)

J. Langenberg, D. Lenz, M. K√∂nemann and S. M√ľnstermann

Abstract

IS - Fracture benchmark

Invited Session organized by Martin Poncelet and Julien Réthoré

WeA06I05

Room: Kasan

Chair: Martin Poncelet

Co-Chair: Julien Réthoré

Mixed mode fatigue crack propagation with a cohesive XFEM model

R. Dekker, F.P. van der Meer, J. Maljaars and L.J. Sluys

Abstract

Phase field modeling of crack initiation and propagation under complex loading

T.T.  Nguyen, J. Yvonnet and D. Waldmann

Abstract

Mixed mode crack propagation in concrete using the Thick Level Set approach to fracture

B. Le, A. Salzman, N. Mo√ęs and N. Chevaugeon

Abstract

Sandia Fracture Models for Mixed-Mode Brittle Fracture

A. Stershic, J. Emery, J. Ostien, M. Stender and B. Talamini

Abstract

Validation of XFEM Hydraulic Fracturing Model with Experimental Results from PMMA Mixed Mode Fracturing.

B. Gee, M. Parchei-Esfahani and R. Gracie

Abstract

Mixed mode crack propagation in PMMA using the Thick Level Set approach to fracture

B. L√©, N. Chevaugeon, A. Salzman and N. Mo√ęs

Abstract

Phase-Field Modelling of Mixed Mode Crack Propagation in PMMA

D. Juhre and Z. Liu

Abstract

Microstructural aspects of fracture II

WeA06O06

Room: Bath

Chair: Elio Sacco

Multiphase-field modelling of brittle and ductile crack propagation in microstructures

C. Herrmann, M.  Sp√§th, F. Schwab, E. Schoof, D. Schneider and B. Nestler

Abstract

Phase-Field Modelling of Thermoelastic Cracking in Polycrystalline Materials

D. Juhre and Z. Liu

Abstract

Experimental determination and numerical simulation of material and damage behaviour of 3D printed polyamide 12 under dynamic loading

D. Schob, I. Sagradov, R. Roszak, H. Sparr, R. Franke, M. Ziegenhorn, A. Kupsch, F. Leonard, B.R. M√ľller and G. Bruno

Abstract

16:00 - 16:30

Coffee Break

16:30 - 18:30

Technical sessions
IS - Regularized failure models III - Phase-field models ‚Äď shells and anisotropy

Invited Session organized by Milan Jir√°sek, Nicolas Mo√ęs and Corrado Maurini

WeE08I01

Room: Maschinenhalle

Chair: Blaise Bourdin

Layered phase field approach to shell

M. Brunetti, F. Freddi and E. Sacco

Abstract

Phase-field simulation of brittle fracture in complex shell structures using LR-NURBS adaptive mesh refinement

D. Proserpio, J. Kiendl, M. Ambati, L. De Lorenzis, K. A. Johannessen and T. Kvamsdal

Abstract

Crack kinking in a variational phase-field model of brittle fracture with strongly anisotropic surface energy

B. Li and C. Maurini

Abstract

Phase-field modeling of fracture in brittle materials with anisotropic fracture energy

S. Nagaraja, M. Ambati and L. De Lorenzis

Abstract

Chemo-mechanical degradation of monumental stones

F. Freddi

Abstract

IS - Ductile fracture III

Invited Session organized by Pierre-Olivier Bouchard, Jose Cesar de Sa and Ron Peerlings

WeE08I02

Room: N√ģmes 1

Chair: Jose Cesar de Sa

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Micromechanical simulation of brittle and ductile fracture processes in metals to predict their fracture toughness

M. Kuna, G. H√ľtter and N.A. Giang

Abstract

3D analysis of void coalescence mechanisms in nodular graphite cast iron based on finite element computation driven by digital volume correlation and in-situ laminography observations

P.-O. Bouchard, V. Trejo Navas, M.  Bernacki, A. Buljac, T. F. Morgeneyer and F. Hild

Abstract

Effects of Lode-dependent matrix behaviour on the macroscopic yielding and ductile failure in isotropic porous plastic solids

L.E.B. D√¶hli, D. Morin, T. B√łrvik, A. Benallal and O.S. Hopperstad

Abstract

Predicting ductile fracture in ferrous and nonferrous metals during upset forging using an ellipsoidal void model

K. Komori

Abstract

IS - Quasi-brittle cracking, coupled processes and hydraulic fractures III

Invited Session organized by Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot and Ignacio Carol

WeE08I03

Room: N√ģmes 2

Chair: Ignacio Carol

Hydraulic fracture propagation interacting with multiphase flow in porous media

J. Kim and E. S. Um

Abstract

Explicit versus implicit front advancing schemes for the simulation of hydraulic fracture growth.

H. Zia and B. Lecampion

Abstract

Hydraulic fracturing modeling using finite elements with high aspect ratio

P. Cleto, O. Manzoli, M. Sanchez, L. Guimaraes and M. Maedo

Abstract

Hydro-mechanical phase-field modelling of hydraulic fractures for carbon capture and storage

I. Kolo, C.V. Verhoosel and K. de Borst

Abstract

Hydraulic Fracture Simulation - Coupling Strategies and Pressure Pulsing

R. Gracie, M. Parchei-Esfahani and M. Komijani

Abstract

IS - Theory of fracture, crack propagation criteria and crack tracking algorithms III

Invited Session organized by Anna Pandolfi and Michael Ortiz

WeE08I04

Room: Omaha

Chair: Anna Pandolfi

Computing the generalized stress intensity factors of 3D singularities. Application to the coupled criterion for fracture of brittle materials.

D. Leguillon, A. Doitrand and E. Martin

Abstract

Energy based cleavage criterion (Gp approach) applied to the problem of shallow crack effect

C. Jacquemoud, S. Jules and S. Geniaut

Abstract

Peridynamic analysis of dynamic fracture processes in brittle solids

S. Butt and G. Meschke

Abstract

Validation of an energy based peridynamic state-based failure criterion

C. Willberg, M. R√§del and W. Exner

Abstract

Data reusing techniques to accelerate a crack propagation boundary element method code

A. Dansou, S. Mouhoubi and C. Chazallon

Abstract

Comparison of different constitutive models for concrete in simple numerical tests

M. Szczecina and A. Winnicki

Abstract

IS - Fracture of biological tissues: observations, mechanisms and concepts

Invited Session organized by T.Christian Gasser and Hanna Isaksson

WeE08I05

Room: Kasan

Chair: T.Christian Gasser

Co-Chair: Hanna Isaksson

Modeling some inelastic properties of collagen-rich biological tissues

T.C. Gasser and C. Miller

Abstract

A hybrid discrete-continuum model to explain the remarkable defect tolerance of soft collagenous tissues

K. Bircher, M.  Z√ľndel, M. Pensalfini, E. Mazza and A. E.  Ehret

Abstract

Experimental and Numerical Analyses of Trabecular Bone Fracture

A. Braesch-Andersen, J. Carlsson, C. √Ėhman M√§gi, C. Persson, S.J. Ferguson and P. Isaksson

Abstract

Simulating fracture of real wood microstructures using a phase field finite element method

J. Carlsson and P.  Isaksson

Abstract

Crack propagation in cortical bone modelled with the extended finite element method.

A. Gustafsson, M. Wallin and H. Isaksson

Abstract

Experimental characterization of aneurysmal aortic tissue rupture under bulge inflation loading in a confocal microscope

C. Cavinato, L. Org√©as, S. Rolland du Roscoat, S. Campisi and P. Badel

Abstract

Dialogue between modeling and experiments

WeE08O06

Room: Bath

Chair: Martin Bäker

Hail Impact Model for Hybrid Laminar Flow Control (HLFC) Structure

F. Martin de la Escalera and Y. Essa

Abstract

Fracture Simulation for Thermal Barrier Coatings in Rocket Engine

M. B√§ker, T. Fiedler and J. R√∂sler

Abstract

The mechanical response and failure of Al-TiB2 composites produced by Spark Plasma Sintering ‚Äď A computational study validated by experiments

E Priel, B Mittelman, N Trabelsi, N.U Navi, S Haroush, N Bitton, O Rahamim, S Hayun and N Frage

Abstract

Fem and experimental analysis of columns with different strengths along the height

F. Prado, P. Azevedo and F. Stucchi

Abstract

18:30 - 19:30

Welcome Reception

Thursday, June 13

08:45 - 09:30

Plenary II - Prof. Xavier Oliver

ThM01P

Room: Maschinenhalle

Chair: Milan Jir√°sek

On strain injection techniques for propagating crack modeling in quasi-brittle materials

X. Oliver

09:30 - 10:15

Plenary III - Prof. Peter Wriggers

ThM02P

Room: Maschinenhalle

Chair: Nicolas Mo√ęs

Virtual Element Methods for Fracture Mechanics

P. Wriggers

10:15 - 10:45

Coffee Break

10:45 - 12:45

Technical sessions
IS - Regularized failure models IV - Phase-field approach as a tool

Invited Session organized by Milan Jir√°sek, Nicolas Mo√ęs and Corrado Maurini

ThM04I01

Room: Maschinenhalle

Chair: Corrado Maurini

The Poker-Chip Experiments of Gent and Lindley (1959) Explained

A. Kumar and O. Lopez-Pamies

Abstract

Modelling of Brittle Fracture of Concrete Material by the Phase-field Approach and Representative Crack Elements (RCE)

D. Supriatna, J. Storm and M. Kaliske

Abstract

Simulation of Hertzian indentation fracture using a phase field approach

M. Strobl and T. Seelig

Abstract

A homogenization-based phase field approach to fracture with special attention to tension-compression decomposition

Y. Shen, C. Cheng and Y. Liu

Abstract

Investigating new regimes in interaction of fracture and phase transformation: A phase field model

H. Jafarzadeh, G. H. Farrahi, M. Javanbakht and V. I. Levitas

Abstract

Phase-Field Modeling of Fracture in Strain Gradient Elasticity

R. Makvandi and D. Juhre

Abstract

IS - Ductile fracture IV

Invited Session organized by Pierre-Olivier Bouchard, Jose Cesar de Sa and Pierre-Olivier Bouchard

ThM04I02

Room: N√ģmes 1

Chair: Ron Peerlings

Co-Chair: Pierre-Olivier Bouchard

Phase-field modeling of thermomechanical porous-ductile fracture.

J. Schulte, M. Dittmann, F. Aldakheel and C. Hesch

Abstract

Ductile Fracture Representation using the Phase-Field Model in SIERRA

A. Stershic, J. Ostien and B. Talamini

Abstract

Ductile fracture modelling using the Thick Level Set approach

B. L√© and N. Mo√ęs

Abstract

Phase-field modelling of void growth using micromechanical damage law

E. Azinpour, J. Cesar de Sa and A. Santos

Abstract

A Novel Formulation of Ductile Fracture by the Phase-field Method

B. Yin and M. Kaliske

Abstract

A phase-field method for computational modeling of ductile fracturing with interfacial damage in heterogeneous metallic materials

P. LI, J. Yvonnet and C. Combescure

Abstract

IS - Discrete models for material failure

Invited Session organized by Ferenc Kun and Falk Wittel

ThM04I03

Room: N√ģmes 2

Chair: Ferenc Kun

Co-Chair: Falk Wittel

A Discrete Element approach for Modeling the Thermal-induced Damage in continuous media

G. Alhajj Hassan, W. Leclerc, C. P√©legris, M. Guessasma and E. Bellenger

Abstract

Meso scale modelling of failure in bio-cemented sand

Z. Rizvi, M. Nikolic and F. Wuttke

Abstract

Discrete element modelling of the effect of disorder on the spatial structure of damage in compressive failure

G. P√°l and F. Kun

Abstract

Consolidation of Polyhedral Packings due to Grain Fracture

F. Wittel and P. Iliev

Abstract

Modelling of ductile fracture in Chip Formation Process using the Stabilized Optimal Transportation Meshfree Method

D. Huang, C. Wei√üenfels and P. Wriggers

Abstract

Discrete element modelling of the shrinkage-induced fragmentation of a thin brittle layer

Z. Hal√°sz and F. Kun

Abstract

A Note on Shattering Fragmentation and Lateral-Confinement Effect on Impact Fragmentation of Slender Nanoprojectiles

S. Mastilovic

Abstract

IS - Dynamic fracture, fragmentation and impact I

Invited Session organized by Josko Ozbolt

ThM04I04

Room: Omaha

Chair: Serena Gambarelli

Dynamic fracture of brittle shells in an adaptive phase field framework based on LR NURBS.

K. Paul, C. Zimmermann, K.K. Mandadapu, T.J.R. Hughes, C.M. Landis and R.A. Sauer

Abstract

Phase field fracture model for viscoplastic material in large deformations

B. W. Kabore, P. Loew and B. Peters

Abstract

Numerical Analysis of Abnormal Fracture Occurrence in Drop Weight Tearing Test for X70 Pipeline Steel Using Ductile-Brittle Combined Fracture Model

M.-W. Lee, J.-S. Kim, Y.-J. Kim, Y.-Y. Jang, N.-S. Huh and K.-S. Kim

Abstract

Dynamic Ductile Fracture with a Directional Phase-Field Split

C. Steinke and M. Kaliske

Abstract

IS - Cyclic damage processes in high-performance concrete in experimental-virtual-lab (DFG Priority Program 2020) I

Invited Session organized by Stefan Loehnert, Michael Kaliske and Steffen Anders

ThM04I05

Room: Kasan

Chair: Michael Kaliske

Co-Chair: Stefan Loehnert

Phase-field modeling of steel fiber reinforced high performance concrete considering failure

M. Pise, D. Brands, G. Gebuhr, M. Sarhil, J. Schr√∂der and S. Anders

Abstract

Method of Representative Crack Elements for Phase-field Fracture with Finite Deformations and Dissipative Material Behaviour.

J. Storm, D. Supriatna and M. Kaliske

Abstract

Bond behaviour of steel microfibres embedded in UHPC.

S. H√∂per, U. Kowalsky and D. Dinkler

Abstract

Computational modeling of damage evolution in concrete due to cyclic loading

V. Gudzulic, J. Timothy, N. Schaefer, R. Breitenbuecher and G. Meschke

Abstract

A multiscale approach to localized damage indicators of a short-fibre reinforced high performance concrete.

U. Wei√ü, L. Reischmann, P. Lauff, O. Fischer, M. Raith, C. Gro√üe, M. Rutzen, D. Volkmer and M.A. Peter

Abstract

Structural behavior and internal crack mechanisms of fiber reinforced concrete under cyclic and static loads combined with CT Scan Images Processing

M. A. Vicente, D. Gonzalez, J. Minguez and A. Mena

Abstract

IS - Statistical aspects of fracture

Invited Session organized by Laurent Ponson and Daniel Bonamy

ThM04I06

Room: Bath

Chair: Laurent Ponson

Co-Chair: Daniel Bonamy

A Fractional Calculus Framework for Modeling and Prediction of Failure in Anomalous Materials

E. A B de Moraes, J. L. Suzuki and M. Zayernouri

Abstract

Influence of material heterogeneities on crack propagation statistics using a Fiber Bundle Model

F. Villette, J. Baroth, F. Dufour, J.F. Bloch and S. Rolland du Roscoat

Abstract

Statistics of breaking bursts in a fiber bundle model of fat tailed disorder

V. K√°d√°r and F. Kun

Abstract

Interplay between process zone and material heterogeneities for dynamic cracks

T. Roch and J.F. Molinari

Abstract

12:45 - 14:00

Lunch

14:00 - 16:00

Technical sessions
IS - Regularized failure models V - Heterogeneous materials

Invited Session organized by Milan Jir√°sek, Nicolas Mo√ęs and Corrado Maurini

ThA06I01

Room: Maschinenhalle

Chair: Oscar Lopez-Pamies

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Issues when combining fracture evolution and Gamma-convergence: dangers in phase-field dynamics

C. Larsen

Abstract

Toughening in heterogeneous materials

B. Bourdin, S. Brach and K. Bhattacharya

Abstract

Phase field modeling of interfacial crack propagation in quasi-brittle heterogeneous materials

T.T.  Nguyen, J. Yvonnet, D. Waldmann and Q.C. He

Abstract

Phase-field modelling and simulation of crack branching and deflection in heterogeneous media.

A. C. Hansen-D√∂rr, F. G. Damma√ü and M.  K√§stner

Abstract

A nonlocal interphase approach for modelling interface failure in complex crystalline microstructures

L. Sharma, R.H.J. Peerlings, M.G.D. Geers, F. Roters and P. Shanthraj

Abstract

IS - Multi-scale analysis I

Invited Session organized by Marc Geers, Xavier Oliver, Stefan Loehnert and Alfredo Huespe

ThA06I02

Room: N√ģmes 1

Chair: Stefan Loehnert

Co-Chair: Xavier Oliver

KEYNOTE LECTURE
A two-scale framework for modeling strain localization in solids

E. Svenning, F. Larsson and M. Fagerstr√∂m

Abstract

Non-Linear Multiscale Homogenization with the Virtual Element Method

F. Lopez Rivarola, G. Etse, M. Benedetto and N. Labanda

Abstract

Multiscale Ductile Damage Modelling of Heterogeneous Material Using Second-order Homogenization

J. Soric, T. Lesicar and Z. Tonkovic

Abstract

Macroscopic model-free analysis of quasi-brittle failure in heterogeneous materials

E. Eid, R. Seghir and J. R√©thor√©

Abstract

Homogenization Techniques for Materials with Discrete Microstructures---a Critical Comparison

K. MikeŇ°, O. RokoŇ°, F. Bormann and R.H.J. Peerlings

Abstract

IS - Fracture and damage of composites and laminates I - Delamination issues

Invited Session organized by Stephen Hallett, Joris Remmers and Olivier Allix

ThA06I03

Room: N√ģmes 2

Chair: Joris Remmers

A Cohesive Model for Mixed-Mode Delamination with Transition to Fiber Bridging

F. Confalonieri, A. Cornaggia and U. Perego

Abstract

Mode separation in a mixed-mode I/II problem by the J-integral and higher-order theories

B. Kiss and A. Szekr√©nyes

Abstract

Evaluation of the growth driving direction and mode-decomposed energy release rates in arbitrarily shaped delamination fronts

L. Carreras, E. Lindgaard, B. Bak, J. Renart and A. Turon

Abstract

Modeling and Simulation of Delamination in Composite Laminates using Hybrid Brick Elements.

A. Lala Bahadur and R. Gangadharan

Abstract

On the use LEFM, NLFM and CZM in the analysis of a DCB test

L. Ň†kec, G. Alfano and G. Jelenić

Abstract

On the relations between fracture mechanics and damage mechanics of rate-dependent interfaces

O. Allix and M. Jirasek

Abstract

IS - Dynamic fracture, fragmentation and impact II

Invited Session organized by Josko Ozbolt

ThA06I04

Room: Omaha

Chair: Serena Gambarelli

Dynamic simulation of masonry materials at different loading velocities using an updated damage delay algorithm of regularization: theory and practical applications

T. Li Piani, J. Weerheijm and L.J. Sluys

Abstract

Numerical and Experimental Study of Concrete Structures under Extreme Conditions: Impact and Fire

J. OŇĺbolt, D. Ruta and B. Irhan

Abstract

Modelling of spallation in ductile metals using an explicit enriched finite volume scheme combined to a cohesive zone model

M. Gorecki, G. Peillex, L. Pillon and N. Mo√ęs

Abstract

Dyamic crack propagation : numerical estimation of inertial effect

J. Girardot and J.-B. Kopp

Abstract

An enhanced failure approach for fracture simulation of laminated glass under impact loading

C. Alter, S. Kolling and J. Schneider

Abstract

IS - Cyclic damage processes in high-performance concrete in experimental-virtual-lab (DFG Priority Program 2020) II

Invited Session organized by Stefan Loehnert, Michael Kaliske and Steffen Anders

ThA06I05

Room: Kasan

Chair: Stefan Loehnert

Co-Chair: Michael Kaliske

Combined numerical experimental methodology for characterizing the concrete fatigue behavior considering the loading sequence effect

B. Abedulgader, J. Hegger and R. Chudoba

Abstract

Water-induced failure mechanics for concrete: Micro-mechanical model, experimental observation and phase-field coupling

F. Aldakheel and P. Wriggers

Abstract

Investigation of Failure Mechanisms in High Strength Concrete using 3D-XFEM

R. Patel and S. L√∂hnert

Abstract

IS - Enriched finite-element formulations for fracture I

Invited Session organized by Jorge Alfaiate and Bert Sluys

ThA06I06

Room: Bath

Chair: Jorge Alfaiate

Phase-Field Regularized Cohesive Zone Model: Recent Developments

T.K. Mandal, V. P. Nguyen and J.-Y. Wu

Abstract

The Interfacial Thick Level Set method and its applications to Fatigue

L.O. Voormeeren, F.P. van der Meer, J. Maljaars and L.J. Sluys

Abstract

A cohesive XFEM model for simulating fatigue crack growth under in- phase and out-of-phase mixed mode loading and overloading

R. Dekker, F.P. van der Meer, J. Maljaars and L.J. Sluys

Abstract

Combination of XFEM and CZM for the numerical simulation of ductile fracture

K. Nikolakopoulos, J. P. Cr√©t√© and P. Long√®re

Abstract

A mixed XFEM formulation for the simulation of ductile fractures

S. Loehnert

Abstract

Mesoscopic Modelling of Strain Hardening Fiber Reinforced Cement Based Composites (SHCC)

U. H√§ussler-Combe and A. Shehni

Abstract

16:00 - 16:30

Coffee Break

16:30 - 18:30

Technical sessions
IS - Regularized failure models VI - Thick level set approach

Invited Session organized by Milan Jir√°sek, Nicolas Mo√ęs and Corrado Maurini

ThE08I01

Room: Maschinenhalle

Chair: Milan Jir√°sek

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Only thickness is essential in the Thick Level Set approach

N. Valoroso and C. Stolz

Abstract

A cohesive zone model embedded in a thin softening layer: the CZM-TLS model

N. Mo√ęs, B. Le and G.  Legrain

Abstract

Simulation of cusp formation in a polymer matrix loaded in shear using the Thick Level Set method with plasticity.

L. A. T. Moror√≥ and F. P. van der Meer

Abstract

Development of a viscoelastic damage model within the Thick Level Set framework

B. Shiferaw, O. Chupin, J.-M. Piau, B. L√© and N. Mo√ęs

Abstract

Micromechanics-based non-local damage theory: Application to the prediction of localization and precursors to failure

E. Berthier, V. D√©mery, V. Dansereau, J.  Weiss and L. Ponson

Abstract

IS - Multi-scale analysis II

Invited Session organized by Marc Geers, Xavier Oliver, Stefan Loehnert and Alfredo Huespe

ThE08I02

Room: N√ģmes 1

Chair: Xavier Oliver

Co-Chair: Stefan Loehnert

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Multiscale formulations for in-plane and out-of-plane analysis of masonry elements

D. Addessi, P. Di Re and E. Sacco

Abstract

Multiscale assesment of microstructurally-sensitive fatigue crack nucleation and growth and their mechanistic drivers

F. Dunne, D. Wilson, Z. Zheng and B. Chen

Abstract

Scale transition methodologies for effective cracks in composite materials

S Turteltaub and R Suarez Millan

Abstract

Numerical Analysis of the Influence of Surface Roughness on Shear Strength of Cracked Concrete

M. Pundir and G. Anciaux

Abstract

IS - Fracture and damage of composites and laminates II - Manufacturing and multiphysic issues

Invited Session organized by Stephen Hallett, Joris Remmers and Olivier Allix

ThE08I03

Room: N√ģmes 2

Chair: Olivier Allix

Numerical and experimental analysis of the thermally induced damage in remote laser cut carbon fiber reinforced polymers

B. Schmidt, M. Rose, M. Zimmermann and M.  K√§stner

Abstract

A gradient enhanced continuum approach towards shear cutting of carbon fiber reinforced plastics

L. Poggenpohl, T. Brepols and S. Reese

Abstract

Progressive Damage Assessment of CFRP Tapered Scarf Repaired Panel under Uniaxial Compressive Loading: Experimentally and Numerically

M. Seshadri, R. Gangadharan and M. Ramji

Abstract

Characterization of the transverse fracture properties of pultruded GFRP materials in tension

L. Almeida-Fernandes, N. Silvestre and J. Ram√īa Correia

Abstract

Experimental/numerical investigation of hygrothermal aging in fiber-reinforced composites

I.B.C.M. Rocha, F.P. van der Meer, S. Raijmaekers, F. Lahuerta, R.P.L. Nijssen, L.P. Mikkelsen and L.J. Sluys

Abstract

A cohesive phase-field model for intra-laminar damage in fabric composite laminates

U. Pillai, S. Triantafyllou, I. Ashcroft, Y. Essa and F. Martin de la Escalera

Abstract

IS - Quasi-brittle cracking, coupled processes and hydraulic fractures IV

Invited Session organized by Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot and Ignacio Carol

ThE08I04

Room: Omaha

Chair: Vladislav Mantic

A stabilized mixed formulation for phase-field modeling of fracture in porous media

C. Gavagnin, L. Sanavia and L. De Lorenzis

Abstract

Poroelastic effects influence range for radial hydraulic fracturing model

A. Baikin

Abstract

A fully coupled fracture model for the accurate analysis of the leak-off phenomenon in hydraulic stimulation

J.J.C. Remmers, V. Valliappan, A. Barnhoorn and D.M.J.  Smeulders

Abstract

An Energetic Formulation of a General Interface Model

R. Vodicka and V. Mantic

Abstract

A coupled stress and energy criterion to assess the strength of pull-pull bonded joints

G. Risso, P. Cornetti and W. Becker

Abstract

IS - Enriched finite-element formulations for fracture II

Invited Session organized by Jorge Alfaiate and Bert Sluys

ThE08I05

Room: Kasan

Chair: Bert Sluys

Non-Intrusive Coupling of Abaqus and a 3-D Scale-Bridging Generalized Finite Element Method

H. Li, P. O‚ÄėHara, T. Fillmore and A. Duarte

Abstract

Thermomechanical failure of 3D CGI microstructures for engine applications

M.G.D. Geers, A. Mohammadpour and V. Kouznetsova

Abstract

3D Dynamic Crack Simulation with Extended Finite Element Method.

T. Lyi, S. L√∂hnert and P. Wriggers

Abstract

Influence of shape on stability and performance of 2-dimensional finite elements with embedded cracks

J. Planas, B. Sanz and J.M. Sancho

Abstract

From anisotropic damage to multiple cracks by coupling a microplane model and a strong discontinuity formulation in the Embedded Finite Element Method

S. Kakarla, G. Rastiello, B. Richard and C. Giry

Abstract

Study of joint elements with application to the simulation of push-out and torsion tests of steel bars embedded in concrete specimens

B. Sanz, J. Planas and J.M. Sancho

Abstract

Fatigue I

ThE08O06

Room: Bath

Chair: Marreddy Ambati

Efficient phase-field modelling of fatigue crack propagation

M. Seiler, T. Linse, P. Hantschke and M. K√§stner

Abstract

Modeling of fatigue crack growth phenomena using the variational phase-field approach

P. Carrara, M. Ambati and L. De Lorenzis

Abstract

A phase-field approach to high cycle fatigue simulation

M. Ambati, P. Carrara and L. De Lorenzis

Abstract

Phase-field model for high cycle fatigue life prediction of brittle materials

K. SeleŇ°, F. Aldakheel, N. Gubeljak, Z. Tonković and J. Sorić

Abstract

Simulation of fatigue crack growth in CT-specimens using an extended phase field formulation for brittle fracture

C. Schreiber, C. Kuhn and R.  M√ľller

Abstract

19:30 - 23:00

Conference Dinner

Friday, June 14

08:45 - 09:30

Plenary IV - Stephen Hallett

FrM01P

Room: Maschinenhalle

Chair: Olivier Allix

Length-scale and other challenges in modelling composites structural failure

S. R. Hallett

09:30 - 10:15

Plenary V - Prof. Stefanie Reese

FrM02P

Room: Maschinenhalle

Chair: Laura De Lorenzis

Atomistically motivated interface modeling to account for coupled plasticity and damage

S. Reese

10:15 - 10:30

Announcement of next CFRAC

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00 - 13:00

Technical sessions
IS - Regularized failure models VII - Gradient and micromorphic approaches

Invited Session organized by Milan Jir√°sek, Nicolas Mo√ęs and Corrado Maurini

FrM05I01

Room: Maschinenhalle

Chair: Nicolas Mo√ęs

A gradient--enhanced damage model based on smoothed displacements with vanishing length scale

J. Amani, R.  Geelen, B. Vandoren, J.E. Dolbow, A.  Simone and A.  Rodr√≠guez-Ferran

Abstract

Non intrusive implementation of a gradient formulation based on the nonlocal Eikonal approach

F.  Marconi, E. Baranger and R. Desmorat

Abstract

A gradient-extended damage-plasticity model for large deformations with combined nonlinear hardening

T. Brepols, S. Wulfinghoff and S. Reese

Abstract

Hyper-reduction of gradient plasticity

M. Hor√°k, S. Forest and D. Ryckelynck

Abstract

Microplane Model with Relaxed Kinematic Constraint in the Framework of Micro Polar Cosserat Continuum

S. Gambarelli and J. OŇĺbolt

Abstract

On regularized models leading to full localization at incomplete damage.

M. Jir√°sek and M. Hor√°k

Abstract

IS - Multi-scale analysis III

Invited Session organized by Marc Geers, Xavier Oliver, Stefan Loehnert and Alfredo Huespe

FrM05I02

Room: N√ģmes 1

Chair: Stefan Loehnert

Multi-scale Failure Analysis of Ultra-thin Composite Coilable Shell Structures

A. Hasanyan and S. Pellegrino

Abstract

An adaptive hyper-reduced modeling framework for nonlinear failure analysis

I.B.C.M. Rocha, F.P. van der Meer and L.J. Sluys

Abstract

An adaptive global-local approach for phase-field modeling of anisotropic brittle fracture

N. Noii, F. Aldakheel, T. Wick and P. Wriggers

Abstract

A Multiscale Projection Method for Analysis of Fiber Kinking in Fiber Reinforced Polymers

S. Hosseini, S. L√∂hnert, P. Wriggers and E. Baranger

Abstract

Damage simulation of linear thermo-chemo-elastic fibre reinforced composites using mean-field homogenization methods.

P. Lenz and R. Mahnken

Abstract

IS - Fracture and damage of composites and laminates III - Damage and Failure of composites

Invited Session organized by Stephen Hallett, Joris Remmers and Olivier Allix

FrM05I03

Room: N√ģmes 2

Chair: Stephen Hallett

A 3D Continuum Damage Model for Tough Fibre Reinforced Polymer Composites Using Cuntze’s Failure Mode Concept

O. V√∂lkerink, E. Petersen and C. H√ľhne

Abstract

Microstructure based translaminar fracture modelling of plain weave composite laminates using lattice springs network model.

R.P.S. Parihar and A. Banerjee

Abstract

Strength prediction of notched thin-ply laminates

A. Arteiro, J. Reinoso and P.P. Camanho

Abstract

Micro-scale numerical modelling of FRCM tensile behaviour

F. Nerilli, S. Marfia and E. Sacco

Abstract

Multi-axial Failure Envelopes for Laminated Composites

B. El Said and S. R.  Hallett

Abstract

Experimental and numerical studies on the damage behavior of open hole CFRP composite specimen subjected to compression

K Dongri, N R Kolanu, K  Varaprasad and G Raju

Abstract

IS - Dynamic fracture, fragmentation and impact III

Invited Session organized by Josko Ozbolt

FrM05I04

Room: Omaha

Chair: Dominique Leguillon

Numerical modeling of crack front segmentation under mode I+III loading

A. Doitrand and D. Leguillon

Abstract

Energetic analysis of unsteady dynamic crack growth: experimental study on elastomer membranes

T. Corre, M. Coret, E. Verron and B. Lebl√©

Abstract

Higher-order Cohesive Segment Method for Dynamic Delamination Analysis in an Explicit Solver

A.K.W. Hii, L.F. Kawashita and A. Pirrera

Abstract

Improved XFEM: algorithms, software and applications

R. Tian and L. Wen

Abstract

Fatigue II

FrM05O05

Room: Bath

Chair: Pietro Carrara

Fatigue crack propagation modeling using a local approach to fracture

O. Voreux, S. Kruch, S. Feld-Payet, P. Kanout√© and N. Rakotomalala

Abstract

Prediction of fatigue crack propagation in laser shock peening induced residual stress fields with experimental validation

S. Keller, M. Horstmann, N. Kashaev and B. Klusemann

Abstract

Experimental investigation and numerical simulation of cyclic deformation behavior of SLM-manufactured Aluminum alloys.

S. Klinge, M. Awd, T. Wiegold and F. Walther

Abstract

Fatigue life and fracture of metal alloys at elevated temperature

J. Szusta and A. Seweryn

Abstract

13:00 - 14:30

Lunch and Farewell

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