Material Modeling – FE Simulations of the Behavior of Modern Industrial Materials Including their Failure

Material Modeling – FE Simulations of the Behavior of Modern Industrial Materials Including their Failure


Correlations between and Interrelationships of the Fracture Behaviours of Isotropic  Materials, Unidirectional Composites, and Woven Fabrics
Ralf Cuntze, MAN-Technologie AG

Meso-Mechanical Modelling of Fibre Metal Laminates
Peter Middendorf, EADS Corporate Research Centre

Experiences with the Cohesive Element at simulation of adhesive layer delamination
Ulrich Barthold, CADFEM GmbH

I mplementation of Modern Material Models in ABAQUS
Fengming Zhou, ABAQUS Deutschland GmbH

MF GenYld + CrachFEM – A Modular Material and Failure Model for Structural Materials to be Used in Metal Forming and Crash Simulations
Helmut Gese, MATFEM Partnerschaft Dr. Gese&Oberhofer

Strength analysis of seat parts under consideration of the ductile failure of metallic materials
Alexei Ovseenko, C. Rob. Hammerstein GmbH

New developments in connection modeling for bodies in white: Spotweld and adhesive connections in crash analysis with LS-DYNA
A. Haufe, DYNAmore GmbH

Material Parameters for the Simulation of Crack Development in GMT Plates during Tension and
Bending Failure
Peter Fritzsche, FH Nordwestschweiz

Influence of material description on crash simulation results
Stefan Dominico, Ingenieurbüro Huß & Feickert

Simulation of damage mechanisms in multi-layered composites on the basis of physically founded and established failure criteria
Andreas Freund, Institute of Lightweight Structures and Polymer Technology

FEM Analysis of Large Deformations and Fracture Behavior of Single Crystal Silicon Structures by Means of Molecular Potentials
Ondrej Papes, Center of Mechanics, Institute of Mechanical Systems

Failure analysis of metallic and composite structures with SAMCEF
Patrick Morelle, SAMTECH s.a.

A Material Model Representing Inelasticity of Elastomers
Herbert Baaser, Freudenberg Forschungsdienste KG

On the Modelling of Ageing on Rubbery Materials
Manfred Achenbach, Parker Hannifin GmbH & Co. KG

Sandwich-Representation of a Sponge Rubber Product
I. Iovtchev, St. Staus

The effect of internal pressure on the wear of PTFE seals: a conceptual modelling approach in ABAQUS
Pieter Pennings, Parker Hannifin Seal Group Europe

Multiscale analysis of heterogeneous materials
Volker Schulz, Fraunhofer-Institut für Techno- und Wirtschaftsmathematik

Methods for modeling the grain structure within the dimensioning process of micro components
Hans-Georg Enkler, IPEK – Institute of Product Development

Numerical simulation of localization phenomena in the frame of damage parameter identification
Marcel Springmann, BTU Cottbus

Cast Irons for Diesel Cylinder Heads: Modeling, Failure Analysis and Trends
Taner Gocmez, Institute for Internal Combustion Engines (VKA)

Ultimate load and failure mechanism of T-butt welds with partial penetration and weld discontinuities
Wolfram Hölbling, Versuchsanstalt für Stahl

Judging formability in sheet forming simulations using strain path (in)dependent forming limits
Daniela Kitting, Vif Kompetenzzentrum – Das virtuelle Fahrzeug Forschungsgesellschaft mbH