MSA: Multi-scale analysis of damage and fracture

Minisymposium organized by

Session I, Wednesday, 11:00-12:40, lecture room C204, chaired by M.G.D. Geers

11:00-11:40 C. Linder*, P.K. Arunachala:
A multiscale phase-field fracture approach for rubber-like materials (keynote lecture)
11:40-12:00 F. Schmidt*, C. Hesch:
Multi-scale fracture mechanics using the FEM^2/IGA^2 method
12:00-12:20 X. Liu*, J. Réthoré:
An efficient pcg based multigrid strategy for crack propagation simulations in heterogeneous materials using 3D images: Material properties and interface effects
12:20-12:40 I. Benedetti:
A multiscale and multi-physics boundary integral model for polycrystalline materials including damage initiation and evolution under different loading scenarios

Session II, Wednesday, 14:00-15:40, lecture room C204, chaired by S. Loehnert

14:00-14:20 M. Gimenes*, E.A. Rodrigues, O.L. Manzoli:
2D modeling of compressive failure in recycled aggregate concrete using the mesh fragmentation technique
14:20-14:40 P.H. Rios Silveira*, R. Esposito:
On the use of analytical homogenization for modelling of masonry
14:40-15:00 K. Kraschewski*, G.P. Phlipot, D.M. Kochmann:
The fully-nonlocal quasicontinuum method: A concurrent multiscale approach to predict fracture in periodic 3D metamaterials
15:00-15:20 H. Knobloch*, S. Loehnert:
A multiscale analysis of dynamic fracture propagation in complex materials
15:20-15:40 Z.A. Manorosoa*, A. Chrysochoos, A. Jelea, Y. Monerie, F. Perales:
Multiscale - atomistic/mesoscopic approach for the determination of fracture criterion in uranium dioxyde - UO2

Session III, Wednesday, 16:00-17:40, lecture room C204, chaired by A. Huespe

16:00-16:40 D.S. Kammer*, M. Pundir, U. Angst:
Micro-to-macro mechanical modeling of corrosion-induced cracking (keynote lecture)
16:40-17:00 L. Zhang*, E. van der Giessen, G. Csanyi, F. Maresca:
Predicting fracture toughness ab-initio: Discrete dislocation plasticity informed by quantum-accurate atomistic
17:00-17:20 E. Korec*, M. Jirásek, H.S. Wong, E. Martínez-Pañeda:
A phase-field-based chemo-mechanical model for corrosion-induced cracking in reinforced concrete
17:20-17:40 M. Jabareen*, E. Saliji:
Multiphysics modeling of electroactive polymer composites: A multiscale approach

Session IV, Thursday, 14:00-15:40, lecture room C204, chaired by C. Linder

14:00-14:20 D. Addessi*, P. Di Re, C. Gatta, E. Sacco:
Multiscale reduced order model for the analysis of damaging masonry domes and vaults
14:20-14:40 G. Vu*, J.J. Timothy, G. Meschke:
Data-driven multi-scale analysis for early damage assessment of concrete structures using coda waves
14:40-15:00 I.B.C.M. Rocha*, F.P. van der Meer, L.J. Sluys:
Bias-variance tradeoff in accelerating multiscale solid mechanics with model order reduction and machine learning
15:00-15:20 J. Korelc:
Backward mode sensitivity analysis based multi-scale phase-field modeling
15:20-15:40 J. Zambrano, J. Gutiérrez, S. Toro, P.J. Sánchez, F.P. Duda, S. Serebrinsky, A.E. Huespe*:
Toughening effect analysis in problems of propagating cracks interacting with interfaces

*Asterisks denote presenting authors.