21/7/14    16:30 - 18:30
Computational Modeling of Fracture and Failure of Materials and Structures III
Minisymposium organized by Olivier Allix, Milan Jirásek, Nicolas Moës and Xavier Oliver
Room: Sala H 1
Chair: Nicolas Moës
Application of Thick Level-Set Method to study of dynamic fragmentation
Andrew Stershic, John E. Dolbow and Nicolas Moës

Modeling fatigue failure using a variational multiscale method
Shardul Panwar and Veera Sundararaghavan

Effect of viscosity on the robustness of the element deletion method for crack propagation modelling
Cristian Canales and Jean-Philippe Ponthot

Crack growth in incompressible, viscoelastic materials at large deformations
Kaan Özenc and Michael Kaliske

Simulation of edge-on impact experiments in SiC and B4C with “initially rigid” cohesive elements
Martin Sauer, Pascal Seiterich and Markus Büttner

Failure of RC slabs modelled using an embedded discontinuity approach
Gelacio Juárez-Luna and A Gustavo Ayala

A constrained Large Time Increment method for a gradient-enhanced damage model
Bram Vandoren, Angelo Simone and Lambertus J. Sluys