Monday, 11 June 2018    11:00 - 13:00
Computational modelling of damage and fracture I
Minisymposium organized by Leong Hien Poh, Ron Peerlings, Milan Jirásek and Anna Pandolfi
Room: Clyde Auditorium
Chair: Leong Hien Poh
CoChair: Jaan-Willem Simon
Progressive damage analysis of layered carbon fiber reinforced composites (Keynote Lecture)
Jaan-Willem Simon, Daniel Höwer, Stefanie Reese and Jacob Fish

XFEM-CZM combination for the numerical treatment of ductile fracture
Johannes Wolf, Konstantinos Nikolakopoulos, Patrice Longère, Jean-Philippe Crété and Jean-Marc Cadou

The Discontinuity-Enriched Finite Element Method (DE-FEM) for Simulating 3-D Fracture Problems
Jian Zhang, Fred van Keulen and Alejandro Aragón

An explicit enriched finite volume scheme for the simulation of discontinuities induced by spallation
Marie Gorecki, Guillaume Peillex, Laurianne Pillon and Nicolas Moes

Machining 2D FEM study of long fibre reinforced unidirectional laminates using a linear continuum damage technique
Fernando Cepero Mejias, Jose L. Curiel Sosa and Vaibhav A. Phadnis

Development of Rousselier model for creep damage problems with eXtended finite element method (XFEM) approach
Meor Iqram Meor Ahmad, Jose L. Curiel Sosa and Jem A. Rongong