IUTAM Symposium on Theoretical, Computational and Modelling Aspects of Inelastic Media: Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium held at Cape Town, South Af by B. Daya ReddyIUTAM Symposium on Theoretical, Computational and Modelling Aspects of Inelastic Media: Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium held at Cape Town, South Af by B. Daya Reddy

IUTAM Symposium on Theoretical, Computational and Modelling Aspects of Inelastic Media: Proceedings…

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This work comprises papers based on some of the talks presented at the IUTAM Symposium of the same name, held in Cape Town, January 14-18, 2008. This volume treats cutting-edge issues in modelling, the behaviour of various classes of inelastic media, and associated algorithms for carrying out computational simulations. A key feature of the contributions are works directed at modelling behaviour at the meso and micro-scales, and at bridging the micro-macro scales.
Title:IUTAM Symposium on Theoretical, Computational and Modelling Aspects of Inelastic Media: Proceedings…Format:PaperbackDimensions:406 pagesPublished:November 30, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Preface; List of Committee Members and Sponsors; List of Participants; Multiscale Modeling and Simulation of Microstructure On Computational Procedures for Multi-Scale Finite Element Analysis of Inelastic Solids, by D. Perik, D.D. Somel; E.A. de Souza Net and WG. Dettmer; Material Characterization Based on Microstructural Computations and Homogenization, by P. Wriggers and M. Hain; Relaxed Potentials and Evolution Equations for Inelastic Microstructures, by K. Hack1 and D.M. Kochmann; Towards Effective Simulation of Effective Elastoplastic Evolution, by C. Carstensen and R. Huth; Numerical Approximation Techniques for Rate-Independent Inelasticity, by A. Mielke; Damage and Fracture: A Computational Methodology for Modeling Ductile Fracture, by A.A. Benzerga; Multiscale Methods for Fracturing Solids, by S. Loehnert and D.S. Mueller-Hoeppe; A Regularized Brittle Damage Model Solved by a Level Set Technique, by N. Mob, N. Chevaugeon and E. Dufour; Gradient and Other Non-Local Theories; A Counterpoint to Cermelli and Gurtin's Criteria for Choosing the 'Correct' Geometric Dislocation Tensor in Finite Plasticity, by A. Acharya; On Stability for Elastoplasticity of Integral-Type, by E. Marotti de Sciarra; On the Mathematical Formulations of a Model of Strain Gradient Plasticity, by E. Ebobisse, A.T. McBride and B.D. Reddy; Uniqueness of Strong Solutions in Infinitesimal Perfect Gradient-Plasticity with Plastic Spin, by T. Neff; Algorithms and Computational Aspects: SQP Methods for Incremental Plasticity with Kinematic Hardening, by C. Wieners; Simulation of Forming Processes Using Overlapping Domain Decomposition and Inexact Newton Methods, by S. Brunssen, C. Hagel, F. Schmid and B. Wohlmuth; Variational Formulation of the Cam-Clay Model, by M. Hjiaj and G. de Saxce; Anisotropic Modelling of Metals in Forming Processes, by S. Reese and I.N. Vladimirov; Inelastic Media under Uncertainty: Stochastic Models and Computational Approaches, by H.G. Matthies and B.K. Rosic; Automated Computational Modelling for Solid Mechanics, by K.B. Qlgaard, G.N. Wells and A. Logg; Generalised Functions for Modelling Singularities: Direct and Inverse Problems, by S. Caddemi and I. Calif; Discontinuous Galerkin Methods : A Discontinuous Galerkin Method for an Incompatibility-Based Strain Gradient Plasticity Theory, by J. Ostien and K. Garikipati; Some Applications of Discontinuous Galerkin Methods in Solid Mechanics, by A. Lew, A. Ten Eyck and R. Rangarajan; Some Aspects of a Discontinuous Galerkin Formulation for Gradient Plasticity at Finite Strains, by A. McBride and B.D. Reddy; Computational Dynamics: Energy-Momentum Algorithms for the Nonlinear Dynamics of Elastoplastic Solids, by R Armero; Internal Variable Formulations of Problems in Elastoplastic Dynamics, by M.A. E. Kaunda; Time-FE Methods for the Nonlinear Dynamics of Constrained Inelastic Systems, by R. Mohl; S. Uhlar, A. Menzel and I. Steinmann; The Potential for SPH Modelling of Solid Deformation and Fracture, by I W Cleary and R. Das; Effect of Material Parameters in the Izod Test for Polymers, by K Tvergaard and A. Needleman; Experimental and Computational Aspects: The Response of "Large" Square Tubes (Width Thickness Ratio > 45) to Opposite Lateral Blast Loads Followed by Dynamic Axial Load; S. Chung Kim Yuen and G.N. Nurick; Modelling the Behaviour of Fibre-Metal Laminates Subjected to Localised Blast Loading, by D. Karagiozova, G.S. Langdon and G.N. Nurick; On the Measurement and Evaluation of the Width of Portevin-Le Chatelier Deformation Bands with Application to AA5083-HI16 Aluminium Alloy, by A. Benallal, T. Berstad, T. Blrvik, O. Hopperstad and R. Nogueira de Codes; Shakedown and Limit Analysis Direct Evaluation of Limits in Plasticity and Creep Deformation, by A. R.S. Ponter; On Recent Progress in Shakedown Analysis and Applications to Large-Scale Problems, by D. Weichert, A. Hachemi, S. Mouhtamid and A.D. Nguyen; Viscoelasticity Local and Global Regularity in Time Dependent Viscoplasticity, by H.-D. Alber and S. Nesenenko; Hamiltonian Theory of Viscoelasticity, by A. Hanyga and M. Seredyn'ska; Author Index; Subject Index.