Alexander Düster

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SUMMARY We demonstrate the locking-free properties of the displacement formulation of p-finite elements when applied to nearly incompressible Neo-Hookean material under finite deformations. For an axisymmetric model problem we provide semi-analytical solutions for a nearly incompressible Neo-Hookean material exploited to investigate the robustness of p-FEM(More)
Follower loads, i.e. loads which depend on the boundary displacements by definition, frequently occur in finite deformation boundary value problems. Restricting to axisymmetrical applications, we provide analytical and numerical solutions for a set of problems in compressible Neo-Hookean materials so to serve as benchmark problems for verifying the accuracy(More)
The advent of isogeometric analysis (IGA) using the same basis functions for design and analysis constitutes a milestone in the unification of geometric model-ing and numerical simulation. However, an important class of geometric models based on the CSG (Constructive Solid Geometry) concept such as trimmed NURBS surfaces do not fully support the(More)
This paper introduces a fully implicit partitioned coupling scheme for problems of thermoelasticity at finite strains utilizing the p-version of the finite element method. The mechanical and the thermal fields are partitioned into symmetric subproblems where algorithmic decoupling has been obtained by means of an isothermal operator-split. Numerical(More)
The simulation of powder compaction problems (die-compaction and cold isostatic pressing) is considered herein by an implicit high-order (p-version) finite element method. In this class of problems use is made of a finite strain viscoplasticity model with evolution equations for internal variables developed for the highly compressible behavior in powder(More)
The purposes of this article are to present new aspects of modeling multi-physically coupled fields, focusing particularly on the partitioned treatment of electro-thermo-mechanical problems. Coupled problems of this kind occur in many industrial applications, such as micro-electrical devices, field-assisted sintering processes or electrical fuses. In this(More)
We present a detailed analysis of the convergence properties of the finite cell method which is a fictitious domain approach based on high order finite elements. It is proved that exponential type of convergence can be obtained by the finite cell method for Laplace and Lamé problems in one, two as well three dimensions. Several numerical examples in one and(More)