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Computational Mechanics

Solids, Fluids, Structures, Fluid-Structure Interactions, Biomechanics, Micromechanics, Multiscale Mechanics, Materials, Constitutive Modeling, Nonlinear Mechanics, Aerodynamics

Computational Mechanics OnlineFirst articles

14-02-2019 | Original Paper

Non-intrusive data learning based computational homogenization of materials with uncertainties

This paper is devoted to the study of the influence of variabilities and uncertainties when homogenizing the effective behavior of elastic heterogeneous media. A new non-intrusive approach is proposed connecting computational homogenization …

12-02-2019 | Original Paper

A momentum-consistent stabilization algorithm for Lagrangian particle methods in the thermo-mechanical friction drilling analysis

This paper introduces a new stabilization algorithm to Lagrangian particle methods for the coupled thermal mechanical analysis in the friction drilling simulation. Different from the conventional penalty method which utilizes a direct smoothing of …


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07-02-2019 | Original Paper

Computing pointwise contact between bodies: a class of formulations based on master–master approach

In the context of pointwise contact interaction between bodies, a formulation based on surface-to-surface description (master–master) is employed. This leads to a four-variable local contact problem, which solution is associated with general …

06-02-2019 | Original Paper

Superposition-based coupling of peridynamics and finite element method

A superposition-based coupling of peridynamics (PD) and finite element method (FEM) for static and quasi-static problems is developed. The proposed coupling approach is based on partial superposition of nonlocal PD and local FEM solutions …

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The journal reports original research of scholarly value in computational engineering and sciences. It focuses on areas that involve and enrich the application of mechanics, mathematics and numerical methods. It covers new methods and computationally-challenging technologies.
Areas covered include solid and structural mechanics, fluid mechanics and fluid-structure interactions, free-surface and two-fluid flows, aerodynamics, biomechanics and mechanics in medicine, multiphysics, fracture mechanics and structural integrity, multiscale mechanics, particle and meshfree methods, and nanomechanics and nanomaterials. Manuscripts reporting results obtained with established methods, unless they involve challenging computations, are not encouraged.

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