NRFM: Numerical aspects of regularized failure models

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Session I, Thursday, 16:00-17:40, lecture room C204, chaired by ...

16:00-16:20 N. Moes*, B. Le:
The time-step choice in regularized damage model simulations
16:20-16:40 B. Li*, I. Ang, N. Bouklas:
Stabilized formulation for phase-field fracture in nearly incompressible hyperelasticity
16:40-17:00 H.-Y. Kim, H.-G. Kim*:
Adaptive mesh refinement and coarsening for the analysis of three-dimensional phase-field fracture with discrete cracks
17:00-17:20 I. Jain, A. Muixí, C. Annavarapu, S.S. Mulay*, A. Rodríguez-Ferran:
An adaptive phase-field method to model fracture propagation in orthotropic materials
17:20-17:40 C.P. Rao, A. Aditya, H. Subramanian*, S.S. Mulay, C. Annavarapu:
Extension of phase-field method for predicting fracture path in bi-materials by strong-form meshless method

Session II, Friday, 11:00-12:40, lecture room C204, chaired by ...

11:00-11:20 W. N. Munshi*, C. Annavarapu, S. Mulay, A. Rodriguez-Ferran:
Numerical modelling of three-dimensional fracture propagation in layered materials using parallel computing
11:20-11:40 R. Assaf*, C. Birk, H. Gravenkamp, S. Natarajan:
Investigating brittle fracture with an adaptive phase-field model using the scaled boundary finite element method in three dimensions
11:40-12:00 G. Rastiello*, N. Moës, B. Masseron:
Robust solvers for "Lip-field" damage models
12:00-12:20 K. Jukic*, T. Jarak:
Dual-mesh approach to discretisation for phase-field fracture method
12:20-12:40 S. Loehnert*, V. Klempt, C. Krueger, L. Munk:
An enriched phase-field approach for the efficient simulation of fracture processes in 2D

*Asterisks denote presenting authors.