Teilinstitut Kontinuumsmechanik - Veröffentlichungen - 2021
Institut für Technische Mechanik

Veröffentlichungen 2021

(Bold Roman: Refereed Journal Articles)

2021

Fernández, M., Jamshidian, M., Böhlke, T., Kersting, K., Weeger, O.:
Anisotropic hyperelastic constitutive models for finite deformations combining material theory and data-driven approaches with application to cubic lattice metamaterials.
Computational Mechanics, 67(2), 653-677 (2021)
DOI: 10.1007/s00466-020-01954-7

Köbler, J., Magino, N., Andrä, H., Welschinger, F., Müller, R., Schneider, M.:
A computational multi-scale model for the stiffness degradation of short-fiber reinforced plastics subjected to fatigue loading.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 373, 113522 (2021)

Krause, M., Böhlke, T.:

Stochastic Evaluation of Stress and Strain Distributions in Duplex Steel.

Archive of Applied Mechanics, accepted for publication (2021)

Maassen, S.F., Erdle, H., Pulvermacher, S., Brands, D., Böhlke, T., Gibmeier, J., Schröder, J.:

Numerical Characterization of Residual Stresses in a Four-Point-Bending Experiment of Textured Duplex Stainless Steel.
Archive of Applied Mechanics, accepted for publication (2021)

Magino, N., Köbler, J., Andrä, H., Schneider, M., Welschinger, F.:
A multi-scale fatigue-damage model for fiber-reinforced polymers.
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 20:e202000091 (2021)

Pallicity, T.D., Böhlke, T.:
Effective viscoelastic behavior of polymer composites with regular periodic microstructures.
International Journal of Solids and Structures 216, 167-181 (2021)

Schneider, M.:
A review of non-linear FFT-based computational homogenization methods.
Acta Mechanica, 1-70 (2021) accepted for publication

Trauth, A., Kehrer, L., Pinter, P., Weidenmann, K., Böhlke, T.:
On the effective elastic properties based on mean-field homogenization of sheet molding compound composites.
Composite Part C, Open Access 4 (2021)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jcomc.2020.100089

Wicht, D., Schneider, M., Böhlke, T.:
Computing the effective response of heterogeneous materials with thermomechanically coupled constituents by an implicit FFT-based approach.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 122(5), 1307-1332 (2021)