Advances in Extended and Multifield Theories for Continua by Bob Svendsen (auth.), Bernd Markert (eds.)

By Bob Svendsen (auth.), Bernd Markert (eds.)

Modern computational strategies, reminiscent of the Finite point strategy, have, for the reason that their improvement a number of many years in the past, effectively exploited continuum theories for various functions in technological know-how and expertise. even if common continuum equipment established upon the Cauchy-Boltzmann continuum are nonetheless of significant value and are general, it more and more appears to be like that fabric houses stemming from microstructural phenomena must be thought of. this is often relatively actual for inhomogeneous load and deformation states, the place lower-scale dimension results start to have an effect on the macroscopic fabric reaction; whatever general continuum theories fail to account for. Following this concept, it truly is obvious that normal continuum mechanics should be augmented to trap lower-scale structural and compositional phenomena, and to make this knowledge available to macroscopic numerical simulations.

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Modeling macroscopic extended continua with the aid of numerical homogenization schemes. : Deformation and compatibility for elasto-plastic micropolar materials with application to geomechanical problems. : Lecture Notes in Applied and Computational Mechanics, vol. 28. LNACM, pp. : An inverse algorithm for the identification and the sensitivity analysis of the parameters governing micropolar elasto-plastic granular material. 1007/s00419-007-0162-9 36 S. Diebels and D. : On shear band localization phenomena of liquid-saturated granular elastoplastic porous solid materials accounting for fluid viscosity and micropolar solid rotations.

On frame-indifference and form-invariance in constitutive theory. : On the continuum modeling of materials with kinematic structure. : Continuum thermodynamic models for crystal plasticity including the effects of geometrically-necessary dislocations. : On the thermodynamic- and variational-based formulation of models for inelastic continua with internal lengthscales. : On constitutive and configurational aspects of models for gradient continua with microstructure. : On the continuum thermodynamic rate variational formulation of models for extended crystal plasticity at large deformation.

Modeling macroscopic extended continua with the aid of numerical homogenization schemes. : Deformation and compatibility for elasto-plastic micropolar materials with application to geomechanical problems. : Lecture Notes in Applied and Computational Mechanics, vol. 28. LNACM, pp. : An inverse algorithm for the identification and the sensitivity analysis of the parameters governing micropolar elasto-plastic granular material. 1007/s00419-007-0162-9 36 S. Diebels and D. : On shear band localization phenomena of liquid-saturated granular elastoplastic porous solid materials accounting for fluid viscosity and micropolar solid rotations.

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