ECCOMAS Multidisciplinary Jubilee Symposium: New Computational Challenges in Materials, Structures, and Fluids by Josef EberhardsteinerECCOMAS Multidisciplinary Jubilee Symposium: New Computational Challenges in Materials, Structures, and Fluids by Josef Eberhardsteiner

ECCOMAS Multidisciplinary Jubilee Symposium: New Computational Challenges in Materials, Structures…

EditorJosef Eberhardsteiner, Christian Hellmich, Herbert A. Mang

Paperback | November 30, 2010

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This book contains a collection of full papers presented at the ECCOMAS Multidisciplinary Jubilee Symposium -- New Computational Challenges in Materials, Structures, and Fluids, held in Vienna, Austria, February 18-20, 2008.Computational challenges in materials, structures, and fluids, with a focus on multidisciplinarity and multi-scale analysis, are a hot topic in the engineering sciences (aerospace, civil, mechanical, etc.). Modern society in general and applied engineering sciences in particular are confronted with problems with levels of complexity never encountered before in the history of mankind.The solution of scientific problems involving fluids together with solids and structures, not to forget materials, is of paramount importance in a technical world of rapidly increasing sophistication, referred to as the Leonardo World by the eminent German philosopher Jürgen Mittelstrass.With this in mind, the ECCOMAS Managing Board decided to bring the principles of Applied Sciences into focus of the Jubilee Symposium by reconsidering the sources of relevant knowledge on processes occurring at different spatial and temporal scales. They are related to phenomena on different levels such as the nano-, micro-, meso-, and the macro levels.
Title:ECCOMAS Multidisciplinary Jubilee Symposium: New Computational Challenges in Materials, Structures…Format:PaperbackDimensions:376 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.03 inPublished:November 30, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Preface; H. Gomez, V.M. Calo, and T.J.R. Hughes: Isogeometric Analysis of Phase-field Models: Application to the Cahn-Hilliard Equation; S.R. Idelsohn, E. Oñate, R. Rossi, J. Marti, and F. Del Pin: New computational challenges in fluid-structure interactions problems; P. Wriggers, D.S. Mueller-Hoeppe, and St. Loehnert: Brick elements for finite deformations based on macro-concepts and on inhomogeneous mode enhancement; M.A. Habte, N. Khalili, and S. Valliappan: Multi-phase modelling of unsaturated soils; S. Cariou, L. Dormieux, and F. Skoczylas: Swelling of a bentonite plug: a micromechanical approach; M. Papadrakakis, G.M. Stavroulakis: Solution of large-scale porous media problems; S. Valance, R. de Borst, J. Réthoré, and M. Coret: A Finite Element Method for Level Sets; B.A. Schrefler, F. Pesavento, and D. Gawin: Modeling of cementitious materials by means of a multiphysics approach; H. A. Meier, P. Steinmann, and E. Kuhl: On the multiscale computation of confined granular media; E. Stein, M. Rüter, and St. Ohnimus: Computational Model Verification and Validation in Structural Mechanics; R. Grytz and G. Meschke: Microstructure-Oriented Modeling and Computational Remodeling of the Collagen Network in Corneo-Scleral Shells; T. Burczynski and W Kus: Microstructure optimization and identification in multi-scale modeling; J. Füssl and R. Lackner: "Homogenization of strength" - a numerical limit analysis approach; P. Neittaanmaki, S.I. Repin: Computable error indicators for approximate solutions of elliptic problems; E. Ramm, M. von Scheven, Ch. Förster, and W.A. Wall: Interaction of incompressible flows and thin-walled structures; W.A. Wall, A. Gerstenberger, and U.M. Mayer: Advances in fixed-grid fluid structure interaction; E. Kesseler and M.H. van Houten: Exploring automatic multi-objective turbine disc design for virtual engines; J. Sladek, V. Sladek, and P.H.Wen: Modeling of Smart Structures by Meshless Local Integral Equation Method; J. Soric and T. Jarak: Meshless Local Petrov-Galerkin (MLPG) Formulations for Analysis of Shell-like Structures; K. Murotani and G. Yagawa: Hierarchical meshing for the adaptive finite elements; E. Casoni, J. Peraire, and A. Huerta: One-dimensional shock-capturing for high-order discontinuous Galerkin methods; E. Javierre, F.J. Vermolen, C. Vuik, P. Wesseling, and S. van der Zwaag: Computing interfaces in diverse applications; K. Srinivas, J. Periaux, D.S. Lee, and L.F. Gonzalez: New aerospace design challenges: robust multidisciplinary evolutionary techniques.