CFM: Cohesive Fracture Models

Minisymposium organized by

Session I, Wednesday, 16:10-18:10, lecture hall C217, chaired by J.-F. Molinari

16:10-16:30 C.G. Panagiotopoulos*, V. Mantič, T. Roubíček:
Application of a vanishing viscosity procedure to a fiber-matrix debonding problem
16:30-16:50 N. Hajibeik*, L. De Lorenzis, P. Wriggers:
Isogeometric analysis of mode-I delamination in composites
16:50-17:10 N. Rakotomalala*, F. Feyel, A. Roos, A. Longuet:
Towards a coupled thermo-mechanical numerical model of TBC delamination
17:10-17:30 M. Vocialta*, J.-F. Molinari:
Influence of contact in fragmentation phenomena
17:30-17:50 S. Wen*, Y. Monerie, B. Wattrisse:
Identification of cohesive zone models from thermomechanical imaging techniques
17:50-18:10 A. Esmaeili*, A. Javili, P. Steinmann:
A cohesive zone model coupled with in-plane stretch of an interface

Session II, Thursday, 11:00-12:50, lecture hall C215, chaired by J.-F. Molinari

11:00-11:30 P. Gruber, M. Kružík, J. Zeman*:
A variational formulation of mixed-mode decohesion processes (keynote lecture)
11:30-11:50 T. Wu*, I. Temizer, P. Wriggers, M. Paggi:
A multiscale hydro-thermo-mechanical cohesive zone model in concrete
11:50-12:10 V. Palmieri*, L. De Lorenzis, G. Zavarise:
A multiscale cohesive zone model for fibre-reinforced polymer sheets bonded to concrete
12:10-12:30 H.D. Wang*, V. Maurel, F. Salgado-Gonçalves, A. Köster, J. Besson:
Crack growth analysis under low-cycle fatigue at high temperature using a cohesive zone model
12:30-12:50 S. Roth*, M. Kuna:
Modelling of fatigue crack growth with a cohesive zone model approach including a local endurance limit

*Asterisks denote presenting authors.