Material Mechanics


Organisation:
Lehrstuhl für Technische Mechanik

Description:


The precise modeling of the material behavior is of crucial importance for the success of numerical simulations of the stress behavior of components or of processes. A research focus of the LTM is the development of constitutive models for the description of the elastic, plastic or viscoelastic behavior of different engineering materials. In addition to damage or fracture, physically coupled problems are also considered, for example the modeling of electro- or magnetoactive polymers.



Related Project(s)

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BRAINIACS: BRAIn mechaNIcs ACross Scales: Linking microstructure, mechanics and pathology
Dr.-Ing. Silvia Budday
(01/08/2019 - 31/07/2022)
Novel Biopolymer Hydrogels for Understanding Complex Soft Tissue Biomechanics
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Paul Steinmann
(01/04/2019 - 31/03/2021)
(Skalenübergreifende Bruchvorgänge: Integration von Mechanik, Materialwissenschaften, Mathematik, Chemie und Physik (FRASCAL)):
GRK2423 - P5: Teilprojekt P5 - Compressive Failure in Porous Materials
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Paul Steinmann; Prof. Dr. Michael Zaiser
(02/01/2019 - 30/06/2023)
(Fracture across Scales: Integrating Mechanics, Materials Science, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics (FRASCAL)):
GRK2423 - P10: Teilprojekt P10 - Configurational Fracture/Surface Mechanics
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Paul Steinmann; Prof. Dr. Michael Stingl
(02/01/2019 - 30/06/2023)
(Fracture across Scales: Integrating Mechanics, Materials Science, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics (FRASCAL)):
GRK2423 - P8: Teilprojekt P8 - Fracture in Polymer Composites: Meso to Macro
PD Dr. Julia Mergheim; Prof. Dr. Dirk Zahn
(02/01/2019 - 30/06/2023)



Assigned publications


Baloglu, M.V., & Willner, K. (2017). Determination of material parameters for a sheet‐layered lamination stack. Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 17(1), 393-394. https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/pamm.201710166

Last updated on 2018-24-10 at 15:32