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[Efficient and accurate Simulation method simulation methods are key for all development processes in all industries. Without simulation all influences of design changes, material choices, load situations, etc., on the performances of parts, sub-systems and systems, need to be confirmed by time...
[For heterogeneous multi-scale methods,Methodmulti-scaledifferent analytical and numerical homogenisation methodsHomogenisation can be applied on the micro-level, where the computational domain is a representative volume element (RVE). Several numerical homogenisation algorithms which are based...
[In addition to the macroscopic component geometry, a morphological microstructure model and material models for all individual phases of the material are required as input data to apply multi-scale methods. However, the advantage is that complicated mechanical coupon tests on the composite...
[We recall the heterogeneousMulti-scalemethod multi-scale method for elasticity and its extension to inelasticity within a two-scale energetic approach, where the fine-scale material properties are evaluated in Representative Volume Elements. These RVEs are located at Gauß points of a coarse...
[In this chapter, we construct numerical solutions to the problems in the field of solid mechanics by combining theMethodBoundary Element Boundary Element Method (BEM) with interpolation by means ofRadial basis functions radial basis functions. The main task is to find an approximation to a...
[The theoretical results presented in the previous chapters are based on experimental investigations. Therefore, in this chapter, the experimental characterisation of the short fibre-reinforced composite is presented. The performed experiments increase in complexity, starting from uniaxial...
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