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The Stefan problem in a thermomechanical context with fracture and fluid flow

@inproceedings{Roubivcek2020TheSP,
  title={The Stefan problem in a thermomechanical context with fracture and fluid flow},
  author={Tom'avs Roub'ivcek},
  year={2020}
}
The classical Stefan problem, concerning mere heat-transfer during solid-liquid phase transition, is here enhanced towards mechanical effects. In particular, the flow of the liquid phase as semi-compressible viscoelastic fluid and creep and rupture of the solid phase considered in the Jeffreys viscoelastic rheology exploiting the phase-field model. The Eulerian description in stress/velocity or strain/velocity formulation is used with convective and Zaremba-Jaumann corotational time derivatives… 

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