Multiscale Methods in Computational Mechanics
- Fundamental concepts of mathematical modelling of physical phenomena and materials over disparate time and length scales
- Applications of multiscale modeling and simulation in mechanics for material modeling and development, composites, metamaterials and lattice structures
- Fundamentals of continuum mechanics modeling and finite element analysis
- Methods for coupling of micro and macro scales
- Analytical and numerical homogenization methods based on unit cells / representative volume elements
- Sequential and concurrent multi-scale finite element methods (domain decomposition/multigrid, homogenized constitutive models, FE2)
- Linear and nonlinear multi-scale FEM for elastic two-scale problems.
|Lecture name||Multiscale Methods in Computational Mechanics|
|Lecturer||Prof. Dr. rer. nat. O. Weeger|
|Responsible assistant||M.Sc. Iman Valizadeh|
Lecture: 2 SWS|
Recitation: 1 SWS
|Start of lectures||Thu, 18 April 2019|
|Next examination date||see TUCaN|
Further information and|
Usability of this module
- Master in Mechanical Engineering (MPE Electives Area II, PST Electives Area III)
- Master in Computational Engineering (Electives Areas II & III)
- Master in Mechanics (Electives Area C)
Notes about the format
- The course is organized with a workload of 2 SWS of lecture and 1 SWS of tutorial per week.
- The tutorials will be integrated into the course of lecture, thus there are no separate tutorial dates.
- The course will be held in a block structure with two lecture dates per week during the periods from April 18 to May 9 (block 1) and from June 11 to July 18 (block 2) – There will be no lecture dates in the weeks from May 13 to June 6!