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  1. In this contribution the multi-physics problem of fluid–structure–control interaction (FSCI) is solved by an iterative, partitioned approach utilizing Gauss–Seidel formulations. The aim is to conduct a fully c...

    Authors: Andreas Winterstein, Christopher Lerch, Kai-Uwe Bletzinger and Roland Wüchner
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:29
  2. In this paper we present a collection of techniques used to formulate a projection-based reduced order model (ROM) for zero Mach limit thermally coupled Navier–Stokes equations. The formulation derives from a ...

    Authors: Ricardo Reyes, Ramon Codina, Joan Baiges and Sergio Idelsohn
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:28
  3. The original version of the article [1] unfortunately contained an error in the figure.

    Authors: Tapan K. Sengupta, Lucas Lestandi, S. I. Haider, Atchyut Gullapalli and Mejdi Azaïez
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:27

    The original article was published in Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:26

  4. A new reduced order model (ROM) is proposed here for reconstructing super-critical flow past circular cylinder and lid driven cavity using time-scaling of vorticity data directly. The present approach is a sig...

    Authors: Tapan K. Sengupta, Lucas Lestandi, S. I. Haider, Atchyut Gullapalli and Mejdi Azaïez
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:26

    The Correction to this article has been published in Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:27

  5. We present the results of the first application in the naval architecture field of a methodology based on active subspaces properties for parameter space reduction. The physical problem considered is the one o...

    Authors: Marco Tezzele, Filippo Salmoiraghi, Andrea Mola and Gianluigi Rozza
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:25
  6. A series of experiments has been performed to build a benchmark for the numerical modeling of mixed mode crack propagation in concrete. Two tests are selected so that the propagation is almost always stable al...

    Authors: Andreea Carpiuc, Martin Poncelet, Julien Réthoré and Stéphane Roux
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:24
  7. A coupled hydromechanical code based on a distributed brittle damage material model has been developed in order to simulate hydraulic fracturing processes. As specific feature, the code does not assume the dev...

    Authors: Gianluca Caramiello, Andrea Montanino, Gabriele Della Vecchia and Anna Pandolfi
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:23
  8. The paper presents a robust algorithm, which allows to implicitly describe and track immersed geometries within a background mesh. The background mesh is assumed to be unstructured and discretized by tetrahedr...

    Authors: Daniel Baumgärtner, Johannes Wolf, Riccardo Rossi, Pooyan Dadvand and Roland Wüchner
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:21
  9. In this paper the generation of random fields when the domain is much larger than the characteristic correlation length is made using an adaptation of the Karhunen–Loève expansion (KLE). The KLE requires the c...

    Authors: Alfonso M. Panunzio, Régis Cottereau and Guillaume Puel
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:20
  10. An entire design-through-analysis workflow solution for isogeometric B-Rep analysis (IBRA), including both the interface to existing CADs and the analysis procedure, is presented. Possible approaches are elabo...

    Authors: T. Teschemacher, A. M. Bauer, T. Oberbichler, M. Breitenberger, R. Rossi, R. Wüchner and K.-U. Bletzinger
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:19
  11. This work aims to present a complete full coupling eXtended finite element formulation of the thermo-mechanical problem of cracked bodies. The basic concept of the extended finite element method is discussed i...

    Authors: Fakhreddine Habib, Luca Sorelli and Mario Fafard
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:18
  12. The mechanical response of IM7-8552 carbon epoxy was investigated for transverse tension and transverse tension/in-plane shear loadings at static and dynamic strain rates using transverse tension and off-axis ...

    Authors: Hannes Koerber, Peter Kuhn, Marina Ploeckl, Fermin Otero, Paul-William Gerbaud, Raimund Rolfes and Pedro P. Camanho
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:17
  13. Some of the most important geometric integrators for both ordinary and partial differential equations are reviewed and illustrated with examples in mechanics. The class of Hamiltonian differential systems is r...

    Authors: Dina Razafindralandy, Aziz Hamdouni and Marx Chhay
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:16
  14. In this work, the analogous treatment between coupled temperature–displacement problems and material failure models is explored within the context of a commercial software (Abaqus®). The implicit gradient Lema...

    Authors: E. Azinpour, J. P. S. Ferreira, M. P. L. Parente and J. Cesar de Sa
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:15
  15. This paper aims at investigating the adoption of non-intrusive global/local approaches while modeling fracture by means of the phase-field framework. A successful extension of the non-intrusive global/local ap...

    Authors: Tymofiy Gerasimov, Nima Noii, Olivier Allix and Laura De Lorenzis
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:14
  16. In this paper we are concerned with the non-invasive embedding of enriched partition of unity approximations in classical finite element simulations and the efficient solution of the resulting linear systems. ...

    Authors: Marc Alexander Schweitzer and Albert Ziegenhagel
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:13
  17. The definition of the surface plays an important role in the solution of contact problems, as the evaluation of the contact force is based on the measure of the gap between the solids. In this work three diffe...

    Authors: José Manuel Navarro-Jiménez, Manuel Tur, Francisco Javier Fuenmayor and Juan José Ródenas
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:12
  18. Form finding is used to optimize the shape of a semi-finished product, i.e. the material configuration in a forming process. The geometry of the semi-finished product is adapted so that the computed spatial co...

    Authors: Michael Caspari, Philipp Landkammer and Paul Steinmann
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:11
  19. In the present work, the discontinuous Galerkin (DG) method is applied to linear elasticity for two-dimensional and three-dimensional settings. A locking-free element formulation based on reduced integration a...

    Authors: Hamid Reza Bayat, Stephan Wulfinghoff, Steffen Kastian and Stefanie Reese
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:10
  20. The flux-difference splitting finite volume method (Leveque in J Comput Phys 131:327–353, 1997; Leveque in Finite volume methods for hyperbolic problems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002) is here emplo...

    Authors: Thomas Heuzé
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:9
  21. Recent advancements on the variational approach to fracture for the prediction of complex crack patterns in heterogeneous materials and composite structures is herein proposed, as a result of the frontier rese...

    Authors: V. Carollo, T. Guillén-Hernández, J. Reinoso and M. Paggi
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:8
  22. In this paper, two nonlocal approaches to incorporate interface damage in fast Fourier transform (FFT) based spectral methods are analysed. In FFT based methods, the discretisation is generally non-conforming ...

    Authors: Luv Sharma, Ron H. J. Peerlings, Pratheek Shanthraj, Franz Roters and Marc G. D. Geers
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:7
  23. We consider a cut isogeometric method, where the boundary of the domain is allowed to cut through the background mesh in an arbitrary fashion for a second order elliptic model problem. In order to stabilize th...

    Authors: Daniel Elfverson, Mats G. Larson and Karl Larsson
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:6
  24. A new monolithic solution scheme for thermo-elasto-plasticity and thermo-elasto-plastic frictional contact with finite deformations and finite strains is presented. A key feature is the reformulation of all in...

    Authors: Alexander Seitz, Wolfgang A. Wall and Alexander Popp
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:5
  25. The non-invasive global–local coupling algorithm is revisited and shown to realize a simple implementation of the optimized non-overlapping Schwarz domain decomposition method. This connection is used to propo...

    Authors: Pierre Gosselet, Maxime Blanchard, Olivier Allix and Guillaume Guguin
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:4
  26. Standard numerical simulations for optimization or inverse identification of welding processes remain costly and difficult due to their multi-parametric aspect and inherent complexity. The aim of this paper is...

    Authors: Y. Lu, N. Blal and A. Gravouil
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:3
  27. An algorithm for non-intrusively coupling a commercial finite element software with a research code implementing a hierarchical enrichment of finite element spaces is presented. Examples of hierarchical method...

    Authors: Travis B. Fillmore and C. Armando Duarte
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:2
  28. The multiscale analysis of large composite aeronautical structures involves the development of robust coupling strategies. Among the latter, non-intrusive coupling is attractive, since it is able to consistent...

    Authors: Stéphane Guinard, Robin Bouclier, Mateus Toniolli and Jean-Charles Passieux
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2018 5:1
  29. In this paper the h-adaptive partition-of-unity method and the h- and hp-adaptive finite element method are applied to eigenvalue problems arising in quantum mechanics, namely, the Schrödinger equation with Coulo...

    Authors: Denis Davydov, Tymofiy Gerasimov, Jean-Paul Pelteret and Paul Steinmann
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2017 4:7
  30. This paper presents a robust enrichment strategy to model weak and strong discontinuities as well as cracks for industrial applications. First, numerical issues encountered with popular extended finite element...

    Authors: M. Ndeffo, P. Massin, N. Moës, A. Martin and S. Gopalakrishnan
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2017 4:6
  31. To identify mechanical properties in heterogeneous materials, the local stress fields have to be estimated. The recent developments in imaging techniques allow reaching precise and spatially dense kinematic fi...

    Authors: T. Madani, Y. Monerie, S. Pagano, C. Pelissou and B. Wattrisse
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2017 4:5
  32. In this paper we seek refined yet efficient computational models of large overall motion in statics and dynamics. The efficiency is achieved by the proposed model of 8-node brick element with rotational degree...

    Authors: Abir Boujelben and Adnan Ibrahimbegovic
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2017 4:3
  33. We devise a finite element methodology to trace quasi-static through-thickness crack paths in nonlinear elastic solids. The main feature of the proposed method is that it can be directly implemented into exist...

    Authors: Y. Sudhakar and Wolfgang A. Wall
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2017 4:2
  34. Composites manufacturing processes usually involve multiscale models in both space and time, highly non-linear and anisotropic behaviors, strongly coupled multiphysics and complex geometries. In this framework...

    Authors: Jose Vicente Aguado, Domenico Borzacchiello, Chady Ghnatios, François Lebel, Ram Upadhyay, Christophe Binetruy and Francisco Chinesta
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2017 4:1
  35. Recently, a multi-level hp-version of the finite element method (FEM) was proposed to ease the difficulties of treating hanging nodes, while providing full hp-approximation capabilities. In the original paper, th...

    Authors: Davide D’Angella, Nils Zander, Stefan Kollmannsberger, Felix Frischmann, Ernst Rank, Andreas Schröder and Alessandro Reali
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:33
  36. This paper concerns the application of reduced order modeling techniques to power grid simulation. Swing dynamics is a complex non-linear phenomenon due to which model order reduction of these problems is intr...

    Authors: Muhammad Haris Malik, Domenico Borzacchiello, Francisco Chinesta and Pedro Diez
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:31
  37. This paper presents a methodology for conducting a 3-D static fracture analysis with applications to a gas turbine compressor blade. An open crack model is considered in the study and crack-tip driving paramet...

    Authors: Ralston Fernandes, Sami El-Borgi, Khaled Ahmed, Michael I. Friswell and Nidhal Jamia
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:30
  38. Many applications are based on the use of materials with heterogeneous microstructure. Prominent examples are fiber-reinforced composites, multi-phase steels or soft tissue to name only a few. The modeling of ...

    Authors: Annika Radermacher, Brett A. Bednarcyk, Bertram Stier, Jaan Simon, Lei Zhou and Stefanie Reese
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:29
  39. In this paper, we discuss a strategy to reduce the computational costs of the simulation of dynamic fracture processes in quasi-brittle materials, based on a combination of domain decomposition (DD) and model ...

    Authors: Alberto Corigliano, Federica Confalonieri, Martino Dossi and Stefano Mariani
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:28
  40. We propose a novel finite element formulation that significantly reduces the number of degrees of freedom necessary to obtain reasonably accurate approximations of the low-frequency component of the deformatio...

    Authors: Christian Schröppel and Jens Wackerfuß
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:27
  41. Gradient damage models can be acknowledged as a unified framework of dynamic brittle fracture. As a phase-field approach to fracture, they are gaining popularity over the last few years in the computational me...

    Authors: Tianyi Li, Jean-Jacques Marigo, Daniel Guilbaud and Serguei Potapov
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:26
  42. Anisotropic material with inextensible fibers introduce constraints in the mathematical formulations. This is always the case when fibers with high stiffness in a certain direction are present and a relatively...

    Authors: P. Wriggers, J. Schröder and F. Auricchio
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:25
  43. When a mathematical or computational model is used to analyse some system, it is usual that some parameters resp. functions or fields in the model are not known, and hence uncertain. These parametric quantitie...

    Authors: Hermann G. Matthies, Elmar Zander, Bojana V. Rosić and Alexander Litvinenko
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:24
  44. The work deals on computational design of structural materials by resorting to computational homogenization and topological optimization techniques. The goal is then to minimize the structural (macro-scale) co...

    Authors: A. Ferrer, J. Oliver, J. C. Cante and O. Lloberas-Valls
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:23
  45. We present an immersed finite element technique for boundary-value and interface problems from nonlinear solid mechanics. Its key features are the implicit representation of domain boundaries and interfaces, t...

    Authors: Thomas Rüberg, Fehmi Cirak and José Manuel García Aznar
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:22
  46. In this work we provide a combination of isogeometric analysis with reduced order modelling techniques, based on proper orthogonal decomposition, to guarantee computational reduction for the numerical model, a...

    Authors: Filippo Salmoiraghi, Francesco Ballarin, Luca Heltai and Gianluigi Rozza
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:21
  47. Car crash simulations need a lot of computation time. Model reduction can be applied in order to gain time-savings. Due to the highly nonlinear nature of a crash, an automatic separation in parts behaving line...

    Authors: Dennis Grunert and Jörg Fehr
    Citation: Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:20

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences 2016 3:32