Wednesday, 13 June 2018    11:00 - 13:00
Computational modelling of damage and fracture VII
Minisymposium organized by Leong Hien Poh, Ron Peerlings, Milan Jirásek and Anna Pandolfi
Room: Clyde Auditorium
Chair: Angelo Simone
CoChair: Emanuela Bosco
A multi-physics model for chemo-mechanical degradation of historical oil paintings (Keynote Lecture)
Emanuela Bosco, Gijs J.A.M. Eumelen and Akke S.J. Suiker

A cohesive XFEM model for fatigue crack growth in structures exposed to arbitrary load conditions
Richard Dekker, Frans P. van der Meer, Johan Maljaars and Lambertus J. Sluys

A discontinuous Galerkin hp-adaptive finite element method for accurate brittle crack modelling
Robert Bird, William M. Coombs and Stefano Giani

Gradient damage models applied to dynamic ductile fracture
Arthur Geromel Fischer and Jean-Jacques Marigo

Damage-based cohesive crack propagation of multiple cracks in the extended finite element method
Zoltan Csati, Thierry J. Massart and Nicolas Möes

A variational arc-length technique for the solution of elastoplastic problems
Jef Wambacq, Geert Lombaert and Stijn François