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    • Concurrent multiscale analysis of heterogeneous materials 

      Lloberas Valls, Oriol; Everdij, Frank P. X.; Rixen, Daniel J.; Simone, Angelo; Sluys, Lambertus J. (Vienna University of Technology, 2012)
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      Concurrent multiscale analysis of quasi-brittle heterogeneous materials such as concrete and rock is conducted employing non-overlapping domain decomposition techniques. Initially, a coarse discretization with effective ...
    • Domain decomposition and parallel direct solvers as an adaptive multiscale strategy for damage simulation in materials 

      Everdij, Frank P. X.; Lloberas Valls, Oriol; Simone, Angelo; Rixen, Daniel J.; Sluys, Lambertus J. (Springer, 2016)
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      Understanding physical phenomena of heterogeneous materials is an ongoing active research field in the structural design of buildings and roads. The failure analysis of quasi-brittle materials such as concrete is a particular ...
    • Multiscale analysis of damage using dual and primal domain decomposition techniques 

      Lloberas Valls, Oriol; Everdij, Frank P. X.; Rixen, Daniel J.; Simone, Angelo; Sluys, Lambertus J. (Centre Internacional de Mètodes Numèrics en Enginyeria (CIMNE), 2014)
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      In this contribution, dual and primal domain decomposition techniques are studied for the multiscale analysis of failure in quasi-brittle materials. The multiscale strategy essentially consists in decomposing the structure ...
    • Objective multiscale analysis of random heterogeneous materials 

      Lloberas Valls, Oriol; Everdij, Frank P. X.; Rixen, Daniel J.; Simone, Angelo; Sluys, Lambertus J. (2013)
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      The multiscale framework presented in [1, 2] is assessed in this contribution for a study of random heterogeneous materials. Results are compared to direct numerical simulations (DNS) and the sensitivity to user-defined ...