PND: Phase-Field and Nonlocal Damage Approaches to Fracture

Minisymposium organized by

Session I, Wednesday, 11:00-12:50, lecture hall C215, chaired by N. Moës

11:00-11:30 A. Karma*, A. Pons:
Phase-field modeling of brittle fracture: Geometrically complex crack paths beyond the principle of local symmetry (keynote lecture)
11:30-11:50 C. Kuhn*, R. Müller:
On the interpretation of parameters in phase field fracture models
11:50-12:10 V. Ziaei-Rad, Y. Shen*:
Using massively parallel processors to simulate crack propagation problems with the phase-field formulation
12:10-12:30 A. Abdollahi*, I. Arias:
A computational study of fracture in multilayer ferroelectric actuators
12:30-12:50 C. Miehe*, L. Schänzel, H. Ulmer, H. Dal:
Phase field modeling of brittle and ductile fracture at finite strains: Formulation of failure criteria and multi-physics extensions

Session II, Wednesday, 14:00-15:30, lecture hall C215, chaired by C. Miehe

14:00-14:30 F. Dufour*, C. Giry, J. Mazars:
Advanced nonlocal FE modelling to assess crack properties (keynote lecture)
14:30-14:50 E. Tamayo-Mas, A. Rodríguez-Ferran*:
A new combined strategy for modelling failure: From smoothed displacements to cohesive cracks
14:50-15:10 E. Lorentz*, K. Kazymyrenko:
Fracture of concrete: Nonlocal damage laws and the fictitious crack model
15:10-15:30 A. Simone*:
Advances in gradient-enhanced damage models with evolving length scale

Session III, Wednesday, 16:10-17:30, lecture hall C215, chaired by N. Moës

16:10-16:30 M. Hamed*, K. Saanouni:
Advanced nonlocal elastoplastic constitutive equations in the framework of the micromorphic continua
16:30-16:50 P. Sicsic*, B. Bourdin, J.-J. Marigo, C. Maurini:
Crack periodicity in the thermal shock setting: A gradient damage model
16:50-17:10 N. Van Goethem*:
Damage-based fracture in brittle materials with shape optimization methods
17:10-17:30 M. Soufflet, G. Jouan, P. Kotronis*, F. Collin:
Applying a second gradient theory on reinforced concrete structural elements

Session IV, Thursday, 11:00-12:10, lecture hall C223, chaired by C. Miehe

11:00-11:30 M. Zaccariotto*, F. Luongo, G. Galvanetto:
Crack propagation modelling in presence of voids and inclusions using a peridynamic approach (keynote lecture)
11:30-11:50 D. Grégoire*, L.B. Rojas-Solano, G. Pijaudier-Cabot:
Upscaling non-local interactions during damage and failure in quasi-brittle materials
11:50-12:10 N. Moës*, C. Stolz, N. Chevaugeon, A. Salzman:
The Thick Level Set Model: A non-local damage model allowing automatic crack placement inside localization zones

*Asterisks denote presenting authors.