22/7/14    16:30 - 18:30
Multiscale and Multiphysics Modelling for Complex Materials (MMCM5) II
Minisymposium organized by Patrizia Trovalusci, Tomasz Sadowski, René de Borst and Bernhard Schrefler
Room: Yasmin B
Chair: Catalin Picu
CoChair: Patrizia Trovalusci
Anisotropic multiscale models applied to oligogranular components (Keynote Lecture)
Georges Cailletaud, Guillaume Martin, Noemi Ochoa, Kacem Sai and Eveline Hervé-Luanco

Computational homogenization of incompressible microstructures
Mikael Öhman, Kenneth Runesson and Fredrik Larsson

Coarse–graining approaches for particulate composites as micropolar continua
Patrizia Trovalusci, Maria Laura De Bellis, Agnese Murrali and Martin Ostoja-Starzewski

Numerical multiscale modelling of superconducting strand using minimal kinematic boundary conditions (MKBC) procedure of homogenisation.
Agata Zaleska, Marek Wojciechowski, Daniela P. Boso and Marek Lefik

BEM-Based determination of local and global dynamic properties of 3D elastic composites with disc-shaped inclusions
Viktor Mykhas‘kiv

Micromechanical analysis of porous shape memory alloys
Valentina Sepe, Ferdinando Auricchio, Sonia Marfia and Elio Sacco

Multi-scale modeling of shockwave interaction with thin layers of strain rate sensitive polymers
Roshdy Barsoum