Tuesday, 12 June 2018    11:00 - 13:00
Fourier-based methods for computing the behavior of heterogenous materials: developments, extensions and applications III
Minisymposium organized by Matthias Kabel, Heiko Andrä, Hervé Moulinec and Lionel Gélébart
Room: Castle 3 CPH
Chair: Moulinec Hervé
Numerically robust and efficient two-scale FE-FFT-based finite strain crystal plasticity simulations of polycrystalline materials
Julian Kochmann, Tim Brepols, Stephan Wulfinghoff, Bob Svendsen and Stefanie Reese

Fast and memory efficient two-scale simulations of components by combining reduced order models and composite voxel on the micro-scale
Matthias Kabel and Felix Fritzen

Inclusion of higher-order terms in FFT-based homogenization for periodic media in linear elasticity in a multiscale model
Felix Dietrich

Effective viscoplastic behaviour of an irradiated porous nuclear mox fuel
Kajetan Wojtacki, Herve Moulinec and Pierre-Guy Vincent

Spectral Galerkin method for solving Helmholtz and Laplace Dirichlet problems on multiple open arcs
José Pinto and Carlos Jerez-Hanckes