Chair of Applied Mechanics

 Research reports and publications
  • finished 2010
    • Dr. Oliver Goy.
    • Point defects in piezoelectric materials - continuum mechanical modelling and numerical simulation
  • finished 2011
    • Dr. Sarah Ricker
      • Multi-Scale Modeling and Simulation in Configurational Mechanics
    • Dr. David Schrade
      • Microstructural modeling of ferroelectric material behavior
    • Dr. Sigrid Leyendecker
      • On optimal control simulations for mechanical systems
  • finished 2012
    • Dr. Sven Hoffmann
      • Computational Homogenization of Short Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Materials
  • finished 2013
    • Dr. Charlotte Kuhn
      • Numerical and Analytical Investigation of a Phase Field Model for Fracture
    • Dr. Zémerli, C
      • Continuum Mechanical Modeling of Dry Granular Systems: From Dilute Flow to Solid-Like Behavior
  • finished 2014
    • Dr. Tobias Zangmeister
      • On the XFEM for the Elasto-Plastic Deformation of Heterogeneous Materials
    • Dr. Johannes Spahn
      • An Efficient Multiscale Method for Modeling Progressive Damage in Composite Materials
  • completed 2015
    • Dr. Md. Khalaquzzaman
      • Computational Homogenization of Piezoelectric Materials using FE² Methods and Configurational Forces
    • Dr. Carolin Plate
      • Fracture Mechanical Analysis of Failure Processes at Antarctic Ice Shelves TU Kaiserslautern
  • finished 2016
    • Dr. Regina Mueller
      •  A Phase Field Model for the Evolution of Martensite Microstructures in Metastable Austenites
    •  Dr. Markus Classen
      •  Numerical Modeling for the Static and Dynamic Analysis of nearly Incompressible Dielectric Elastomers
  • finished 2017
    • Dr. Julia Christmann
      • Viscoelastic Modeling of Calving Processes at Antarctic Ice Shelves
    • Dr. Matthias Sabel
      • A Particle Finite Element Method for Cutting of Solids
  • finished 2018
    • Dr. Tobias Hofmann
      • Phase-field methods for deformation and degradation processes in lithium-ion batteries
    • Dr. Alexander Schlüter
      • Phase Field Modeling of Dynamic Brittle Fracture
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