TCC: Two-Scale Coupled Computational Approaches Towards Failure and Fracture

Minisymposium organized by

Session I, Thursday, 14:00-15:50, lecture hall C223, chaired by X. Oliver

14:00-14:30 O. Bettinotti, O. Allix*, B. Malherbe, V. Oancea:
Towards a weakly intrusive space-time multi-scale strategy for the prediction of delamination under impact (keynote lecture)
14:30-14:50 A. Javili*, A. McBride, J. Mergheim, P. Steinmann, S. Bargmann:
Micro-to-macro transitions for heterogeneous material layers accounting for in-plane stretch
14:50-15:10 C. Oskay*, R. Crouch, M. Bogdanor, S. Clay:
Multiple spatio-temporal scale modeling of failure in composites subjected to cyclic loading
15:10-15:30 B.G. Vossen*, P.J.G. Schreurs, O. van der Sluis, M.G.D. Geers:
Multi-scale modelling of fibrillation during copper-rubber interface delamination
15:30-15:50 V. Monchiet, D. Kondo*:
Overall strength of ductile materials: Spheroidal nanovoids size effects

Session II, Thursday, 16:20-17:40, lecture hall C223, chaired by O. Allix

16:20-16:40 L.A.A. Beex, R.H.J. Peerlings*, M.G.D. Geers:
Multiscale computational modelling of inelasticity and fracture in fibre networks
16:40-17:00 L. Wu, D. Tjahjanto, G. Becker, A. Makradi, A. Jérusalem, L. Noels*:
A micro-model of the intra-laminar fracture in fiber-reinforced composites based on a discontinuous Galerkin/extrinsic cohesive law method
17:00-17:20 C. Prange*, S. Loehnert, P. Wriggers:
Discretization and model adaptivity for the multiscale XFEM simulation of arbitrary crack geometries using unstructured meshes
17:20-17:40 A. Akbari Rahimabadi*, P. Kerfriden, S. Bordas:
An adaptive multiscale strategy to simulate fracture of heterogeneous structures

Session III, Friday, 11:00-12:40, lecture hall C223, chaired by S. Loehnert

11:00-11:20 J. Oliver*, A.E. Huespe, J.A. Hernández, M. Caicedo:
Two-scale modeling of material failure based on the continuum strong discontinuity approach
11:20-11:40 E. Bosco*, V.G. Kouznetsova, E.W.C. Coenen, M.G.D. Geers:
Continuous-discontinuous computational homogenization framework for modelling micro-scale damage towards macroscopic failure
11:40-12:00 G.A. Drosopoulos*, P. Wriggers, G.E. Stavroulakis:
Contact analysis in multi-scale computational homogenization
12:00-12:20 S. Potapov*, A. Masurel:
Determining a representative sample for DEM modeling of concrete
12:20-12:40 S. Toro, P.J. Sánchez, P.J. Blanco, A.E. Huespe*, R.A. Feijóo:
Two-scale model for failure analysis of heterogeneous materials: Numerical validation

*Asterisks denote presenting authors.