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Formulation of continuous/discontinuous Galerkin methods for strain gradient-dependent damage
(Strength Fracture and ComplexityStrength Fracture and Complexity, 2006)
Continuum damage models are widely used to represent the development of microscopic defects that coalesce into a macroscopic crack. The microscopic defects cause a progressive weakening or softening of the material (damage). ...
Automated modelling of viscoelastic flow using FEniCS
(XVI Convegno Italiano di Meccanica ComputazionaleXVI Convegno Italiano di Meccanica Computazionale, 2006)
Using high-level abstractions, it is possible to efﬁciently automate the development of ﬁnite element models. This has advantages in terms of rapid development, a dramatic reduction in programming errors and offers the ...