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 ACME‐UK 2016
24th Conference on Computational Mechanics 31 Mar – 1 Apr 2016 Cardiff CONTENTS
ACME (UKACM) NEWS AND COMMITTEES
CONFERENCE ORGANISERS
PRESENTATION INSTRUCTIONS
Wi-Fi INFORMATION
PLENARY SPEAKERS
VENUES
OVERALL PROGRAMME
PARALLEL SESSION PROGRAMME
NOTE PAGES
ACME NEWS
ACME is changing its name to UKACM
See the new UKACM Website
(http://ukacm.org/)
UKACM Executive committee
Members
Charles Augarde
Durham University
President
Akbar
Javadi
University of Exeter
Secretary
Omar
Lagrouche
Herriot-Watt University
Treasurer
Rubén
Sevilla
Swansea University
Webmaster
Co-opted members
Harm
Askes
The University of Sheffield
René
de Borst
The University of Sheffield
Asaad
Faramarzi
University of Birmingham
Antonio
Gil
Swansea University
Tony
Jefferson
Cardiff University
Roger
Owen
Swansea University
Chris
Pearce
University of Glasgow
Past President Carlo Sansour
Nottingham University
HISTORY
The Association was formed in March 1992 to both promote research in
computational mechanics within the UK, and to establish formal links with
similar organisations in Europe and the rest of the world.
The principal activity of the Association involves the organisation of an
annual two day conference on computational mechanics, developments
and research trends. The purpose of this conference is to provide a forum
for reviewing activities in all areas of computational mechanics. This
includes solid and structural mechanics, fluid mechanics, computational
fluid dynamics, gas, bioengineering, geomechanics, electromagnetics,
multi-physics and mesh generation. There is a particular emphasis on
interdisciplinary aspects to enable cross-fertilisation to take place between
different disciplines.
CONFERENCE CHAIRS
Tony Jefferson
([email protected])
Pierre Kerfriden
([email protected])
ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Susanne Claus
Tony Jefferson
Pierre Kerfriden
Iulia Mihai
SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Peter Cleall
Abhishek Kundu
Susanne Claus
Tony Jefferson
David Kennedy
Iulia Mihai
Pierre Kerfriden
Steve Rees
CARDIFF UNIVERSITY CONFERENCE OFFICE TEAM
Samantha Emmott
Teresa Waldron
– Conference Manager ([email protected])
– Conference Officer
PRESENTATION INSTRUCTIONS
Please go to your assigned lecture room during the break before your talk
in order to upload your presentation onto the lecture room workstation, or
to check that your laptop works with the AV system in the room.
Presentations are at 20 minute intervals in all parallel sessions. We
suggest that your actual presentation is no more than 16 minutes long,
which will allow time for questions and change over.
Wi-Fi
Our wireless network is an eduroam service so students, researchers and
staff from participating institutions can connect to our wireless network
with a username and password from their home institution.
As you are a conference delegate you will also be able to connect to the
visitor wireless service: CU-Visitor Wi-Fi, which will appear on your list of
available networks.
If you have trouble accessing the wireless service during the conference
please see the staff at the registration desk who will be able to provide
you with a guest account.
PLENARY SPEAKERS
Professor Antonio Huerta
Laboratori de Càlcul Numèric
Universitat Politècnia de Catlunya, Barcelona
Research Interests
Computational methods
Finite elements
Discontinuous Galerkin
Nonlinear computational mechanics
Fluid flows, boundary motion, convection-diffusion
Error estimation and adaptivity
Reduced order models
Professor Anthony Gravouil
Multiscale Mechanics for Solids (MIMESIS)
Transversal Activity : Calcul Numérique
Université de Lyon. INSA
Research interests
Numerical computation
Software development
Dynamics
Damage & Fracture
Prof. Dr. Ir. L.J. Sluys
Delft University of Technology
Research Interests
Computational mechanics of materials
Localisation
Multiscale methods
Impact analysis
Dr Garth Wells
University of Cambridge, UK
Research interests
Computational physics
Atomistic simulation of materials
Molecular dynamics
First principles simulation
Multiscale modelling
Configurational sampling
Electronic structure calculations
CONFERENCE VENUE
Cardiff University Main Building, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3AT
BANQUET VENUE
Cardiff Castle Interpretation Centre
Castle Street, Cardiff, CF10 3RB
ACME 2016. 30 March ‐ 1 April 2016
ACME SCHOOL. WEDNESDAY 30 March. Registration School/Conference. Viriamu Jones Gallery, Main Building
Session 1. Room 1
Coffee Break
Session 2. Room 1
13:00‐14:00
14:00‐15:15
15:15‐15:45
15:45‐17:00
17:00‐19:00
Conference Registration*
17.20‐18.45. ACME Board meeting. Room 5
Conference Day 1. THURSDAY 31 March. 08:00‐09:00
Late Registration*
09:00‐09:15
Opening Ceremony. Room 1
09.15‐10.00
10:00‐10:30
10:30‐12:30
Plenary session 1: A Huerta. Room 1. Chair: P Kerfriden
Coffee Break
Parallel sessions. PS1 Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
PS1.2
PS1.3
PS1.4
Room 1
PS1.1
12:30‐13:30
Room 1
PS2.1
15:40‐16:10
16:10‐17:50
Room 1
PS3.1
19:30‐23:00
ACME Executive committee meeting. Room 0.52
Lunch
13:30‐14:15
14:20‐15:40
Room 5
PS1.5
Plenary session 2: A Gravouil. Room 1. Chair: C Pearce Parallel sessions. PS2 Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
PS2.2
PS2.3
PS2.4
Coffee Break
Parallel sessions. PS3
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
PS3.2
PS3.3
PS3.4
Conference Dinner
Room 5
PS2.5
Room 5
PS3.5
Conference Day 2. FRIDAY 1 April. 09:00‐09:45
09:45‐10:30
10:30‐11:00
11:00‐12:40
12:40‐13:30
13:30‐15:10
15:10‐15:30
15:30‐16:00
Plenary session 3: L Sluys. Room 1. Chair: H Askes
Plenary session 4: G Wells. Room 1. Chair: C Augarde
Coffee Break
Parallel sessions. PS4
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
Room 5 PS4.1
PS4.2
PS4.3
PS4.4
‐
Lunch
Parallel sessions. PS5
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
Room 5 PS5.1
PS5.2
PS5.3
PS5.4
‐
Coffee Break
Room 1
Announcement of UKACM (formerly ACME) 2017 at Birmingham University: A Faramarzi. Conference close
All rooms in Cardiff University Main Building, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3XQ Room 1. Large Shandon Room 2. Wallace Lecture Theatre
Room 3. Large Chemistry Room 4. Small Chemistry
Room 5. Council Chamber
* Payment must be made prior to the conference
PARALLEL SESSIONS 1. (PS1)
Thursday 10:30‐12:30
Room 1
10:30‐10:50
10:50‐11:10
PS1.1. Optimisation and Inverse problems. Chair: M Gei Akbar Javadi, Mohammed Hussain, A comparative simulation optimization study on effective management of saltwater intrusion in coastal aquifers
Thomas Adams, Stefano Giani, William Coombs Topology optimisation using level set methods and the discontinuous Galerkin method
11:10‐11:30 Jack Hale, Patrick Farrell, Stéphane Bordas
11:30‐11:50 Abhishek Kundu, Pierre Kerfriden
11:50‐12:10* David Naumann, Ben Evans, Oubay Hassan
Room 2
10:30‐10:50
10:50‐11:10
11:10‐11:30
11:30‐11:50
11:50‐12:10
12:10‐12:30
Room 3
10:30‐10:50
10:50‐11:10
11:10‐11:30
11:30‐11:50
11:50‐12:10
Bayesian statistical inference on the parameters of a hyperelastic body Robust probabilistic optimization of engineering systems under uncertainty
A novel implementation of Aerodynamic Shape Optimisation applied to a race car diffuser and a jet intake duct
PS1.2. Waves and electromagnetics. Chair: O Laghrouche
Scott Bagwell, Ledger Paul, Antonio Gil
hp Finite Elements for the Simulation of Coupled Acoustic Magneto Mechanical Systems with Application to MRI Coil Design
Konstantinos Christodoulou, Omar Laghrouche, Solving short wave problems using high order finite elements
Shadi Mohamed, Jon Trevelyan
Mark Dawson, Ruben Sevilla, Kenneth Morgan, High fidelity computation of electromagnetic resonant modes in cavities
Oubay Hassan
Mayank Drolia, Shadi Mohamed, Omar Novel Finite Elements for initial value problems of light waves in the time domain
Laghrouche, Mohammed Seaid, Jon Trevelyan
Shengze Li, Jon Trevelyan, Weihua Zhang
A Model Reduction Method for Boundary Element Method
Zhaowei Liu, Robert Simpson, Fehmi Cirak
An Isogeometric Boundary Element Method with Subdivision Surfaces for Helmholtz analysis
PS1.3. Fluid mechanics and F/S interaction I. Chair: T Weinzierl
Mohammed Abo Dhaheer, Bhushan Karihaloo, Simulation of self compacting concrete flow in J ring using smoothed particle k
l Mosallam, Kensuke Yokoi
h d d
Mohammed Al
Efficient implementation of volume/surface average based multi
moment method
Muna Al Rubaye, Bhushan Karihaloo, Sivakumar Kulasegaram
Wajde Alyhya, Bhushan Karihaloo, Siva Kulasegaram
Sam Hewitt, Alistair Revell, Lee Margetts
Simulation of the flow of self compacting concrete in the L box using smooth particle hydrodynamics (SPH) method
Simulation of self compacting concrete in V funnel test by SPH
A Novel Black Box Massively Parallel Partitioned Approach to Fluid Structure Interaction Problems
Room 4
10:30‐10:50
PS1.4. Advanced Applications I. Chair: T Jefferson
Sakdirat Kaewunruen, Olivia Mirza, Dan Responses and vulnerability of composite railway track slab to train derailments
Thomson
10:50‐11:10 Peyman Afzal, Mohammadreza Nikzad, Determination of relationship between Uniaxial Compressive Strength (UCS) and rock Andrew Wetherelt, Amir Bijan Yasrebi, Akbar densities using fractal modelling in Karoun 4 Dam, SW Iran
Javadi
11:10‐11:30 Ahmad Al Azzawi, Luiz Kawashita, Delamination characteristics of Glare laminates containing Doubler and Splice features Carol Featherston
under high cycle fatigue loading
11:30‐11:50 Safaa Al Jumaili, Matthew Pearson, Fast and Reliable Acoustic Emission Source Location Technique in Complex Structures
Karen Holford, Mark Eaton, Rhys Pullin
11:50‐12:10 Ali Al Khafaji, Roger Grosvenor
Experimental Model Based Simulation for Health Monitoring of a Non Linear Liquid Level System
12:10‐12:30* Removed
Room 5
10:30‐10:50
PS1.5. Biomechanics I. Chair: P Kerfriden
Hayder Hasan, Perumal Nithiarasu
10:50‐11:10
Vasileios Vavourakis, Peter Wijeratne, Rebecca Shipley, Triantafyllos Stylianopoulos, David Hawkes
Mohammed Al Saad, Sivakumar Kulasegaram, Blood flow simulation using smoothed particle hydrodynamics
Stephane Bordas
Kevin Bronik, Sam Evans, Pierre Kerfriden
Mechanical description and engineering analysis of cutting and needle insertion into Human skin
Jason Carson, Raoul Van Loon, Development of a Cardiovascular Network Model During Pregnancy
Dareyoush Rassi, Michael Lewis
11:10‐11:30
11:30‐11:50
11:50‐12:10
An iterative Locally Conservative Galerkin (LCG) method for studying flow in a human arterial network The Mechanical Underpinning of Tumour induced Angiogenesis and Growth
All rooms are in Cardiff University Main Building, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3XQ Room 1. Large Shandon Room 2. Wallace Lecture Theatre
Room 3. Large Chemistry Room 4. Small Chemistry
Room 5. Council Chamber
*=Time or session change
PARALLEL SESSIONS 2 (PS2)
Thursday 14:20‐15:40
Room 1
14:20‐14:40
14:40‐15:00
PS2.1. Solids and Structures I. Chair: W Coombs
Charlton Tim, Will Coombs, Charles Augarde
Cortis Michael, Charles Augarde, William Coombs
15:00‐15:20
15:20‐15:40
Muthana Al Saymaree, David Kennedy, Carol Featherston
Pedro Bonilla, Pierre Kerfriden
Room 2
14:20‐14:40
14:40‐15:00
15:00‐15:20
PS2.2. Failure and Damage I. Chair: P Grassl
Weilong Ai, Charles Augarde, Jon Trevelyan
Bakr Al Azzawi, Bhushan Karihaloo
Waled Alnaas, Anthony Jefferson
15:20‐15:40
Robert Bird, William Coombs, Stefano Giani
Room 3
14:20‐14:40
14:40‐15:00
15:00‐15:20
15:20‐15:40
PS2.3. Geomechanics I. Chair: A Javadi An evolutionary approach to modelling effects of chemicals on soils
Alireza Ahangar Asr, Akbar Javadi
Thomas Bower, Anthony Jefferson, Peter Cleall
A micro mechanics based soil fibre composite model for use with finite element analysis
Asaad Faramarzi, Koohyar Faizi, Samir Dirar, Moura Modelling the seepage flow during caisson installation in a natural seabed
Mehravar, Ouahid Harireche
Lee Hosking, Hywel Thomas
An Investigation of Different Borehole Layouts for Carbon Sequestration in Coalbeds
Room 4
14:20‐14:40
14:40‐15:00
PS2.4. Material Modelling I. Chair: A McBride
Harm Askes, Dario De Domenico
Robert Davies, Anthony Jefferson
15:00‐15:20
Daniel de Bortoli, Fauzan Adziman, Eduardo de Souza Neto
Jonathan Gordon, Eudardo de Souza Neto, Matthew Thomas
15:20‐15:40
Room 5
14:20‐14:40
14:40‐15:00
15:00‐15:20
15:20‐15:40
PS2.5. Biomechanics II. Chair: V Vavourakis
Pradeep Keshavanarayana, René De Borst, Martin Ruess
Ghaidaa Khalid, Michael Jones, Allan Jones, Shwe Soe, Peter Theobald
Kulchamai Thienkarochanakul, Daniel Hiscocks, Akbar Javadi
Hayley Wyatt, Khulud Alayyash, Sam Evans, Angela Mihai
Gradient elasticity with the material point method
Implicit essential boundaries in the Material Point Method
Effect of shear load direction in the critical buckling of composite plate under combined in plane loading
Comparison and improvement of implicit residual error estimates based on reduction to local Dirichlet Patch Problems through an unified framework
Branched crack modelling with the Cracking Particle Method
Fracture and fatigue of a self compacting version of CARDIFRC mix II
Acceleration techniques for the nonlinear finite element analysis of quasi brittle materials
Two dimensional configurational force driven crack propagation using the discontinuous Galerkin method with rp adaptation
A multi scale gradient elasticity model with dispersion correction
Micromechanical solution for simulating autogenous healing in cementitious materials
Multi scale modelling of stress induced martensitic phase transformations
A 3D Single Crystal Hyper elastic viscoplastic material model, applied to metallic HCP granular structures
A monolithic appoach to cell contractility Preliminary Numerical Simulations to Investigate the kinematics of Infant Head Impact.
A New Typical Knee Brace for Knee OA Patients
Computer modelling of cellular structures under uniaxial loading
All rooms are in Cardiff University Main Building, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3XQ Room 1. Large Shandon Room 2. Wallace Lecture Theatre
Room 3. Large Chemistry Room 4. Small Chemistry
Room 5. Council Chamber
PARALLEL SESSIONS 3 (PS3)
Thursday 16:10‐17:50
Room 1
16:10‐16:30
16:30‐16:50
16:50‐17:10
17:10‐17:30
17:30‐17:50
Room 2
16:10‐16:30
16:30‐16:50
16:50‐17:10
17:10‐17:30
17:30‐17:50
Room 3
16:10‐16:30
16:30‐16:50
16:50‐17:10
17:10‐17:30
PS3.1. Solids and Structures II. Chair: A Gil
Lukasz Kaczmarczyk , Zahur Ullah, Pearce Chris
Osama Ibrahim, Antonio J. Gil, Chun Hean Lee, Javier Bonet
Muhammad Iqbal, Heiko Gimperlein, Shadi Mohamed, Omar Laghrouche
Giorgio Greto, Sivakumar Kulasegaram, Chun Hean Lee, Antonio Gil, Javier Bonet
Xiaoyang Liu, Heena Patel, Carol Featherston, David Kennedy
PS3.2. Failure and Damage II. Chair: R Davies
Peter Grassl
Jian Deng, Guangming Zhou, Pierre Kerfriden, Stéphane Bordas, Qiaozhi Yin
Meor Iqram Meor Ahmad
Gabriel Hattori, Samuel Kettle, Lucas Campos, Jon Trevelyan, Eder Albuquerque
Davood Mahdavian, Akbar Javadi
PS3.3. Geomechanics II. Chair: A Faramarzi
Konstantinos Krestenitis, Tobias Weinzierl, Tomasz Koziara
Rector Mukwiri, Yousef Ghaffari Motlagh, Will Coombs, Charles Augarde
Jose Javier Munoz Criollo, Peter Cleall, Stephen Rees
Matthew Potticary, Antonis Zervos, John Harkness
Prism solid shell with heterogonous and hierarchical approximation basis
A first order hyperbolic framework for large strain computational solid dynamics: A vertex
centred Updated Lagrangian scheme
Solution of three dimensional transient heat diffusion problems using enriched finite element method
A first order mixed formulation for fast solid dynamics using Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics
Two level layup optimization of composite plate using lamination parameters
Fracture processes in quasi brittle materials: Linking heterogeneity to crack roughness
Progressive Damage Analysis On Yielding Of Bonded Patch Repaired Composite Laminates Under Compressive Loading
Modelling of Damage Behaviour using The Rousselier Model in 7075 Aluminium Alloy
An adaptive cross approximation (ACA) for the extended boundary element method (XBEM) in anisotropic materials
Numerical investigation of hydraulic fracturing
A Multiscale DEM Contact Detection Code using Triangles for Non Spherical Particles
Energy dissipation in granular material under 1D compression
Impact of soil surface heat fluxes and weather conditions on the performance of near surface interseasonal ground energy collection and storage systems
The Effect of Particle Shape on the Strength of Granular Materials
16:30‐16:50
PS3.4. Material Modelling II. Chair: I Mihai
Andrew McBride, Daniel Gottschalk, Daya Reddy, Computational and theoretical aspects of a grain boundary model that accounts for grain misorientation and grain boundary orientation
Ali Javili, Peter Wriggers
Euan Richardson, Pearce Chris, Lukasz Kaczmarczyk Modelling the Mechanics of Timber Cell Walls
16:50‐17:10
M. Amir Siddiq, Umair Asim
17:10‐17:30
Zahur Ullah, Kaczmarczyk Lukasz, Pearce Chris
17:30‐17:50
Tingting Zhao, Jun Kato, Y T Feng
Room 5
16:10‐16:30
16:30‐16:50
16:50‐17:10
PS3.5. Coupled Problems. Chair: C Heaney
Jack Barnard
Simona Di Fraia, Perumal Nithiarasu, Nicola Massarotti
Hichem Boulechfar, Mahfoud Djezzar
17:10‐17:30*
Chuansan Ma, Tony Jefferson
Room 4
16:10‐16:30
A Crystal Plasticity Finite Element Method based study to investigate the effect of microvoids in single crystalline aluminium alloy
Nonlinear micro mechanical response of the fibre reinforced polymer composites including matrix damage and fibre matrix decohesion
Random Normal Contact Laws for Particles with Rough Surface in Discrete Element Modelling
Simulating mixing limited reactions in porous media using finite differences
Finite element modelling of electro osmotic flow in porous media
Numerical Study of Convective Heat and Mass Transfer through a Saturated Porous Medium in Horizontal Cylindrical Annulus
A numerical model for simulating liquid flow in and around discrete concrete cracks
All rooms are in Cardiff University Main Building, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3XQ Room 1. Large Shandon Room 2. Wallace Lecture Theatre
Room 3. Large Chemistry Room 4. Small Chemistry
Room 5. Council Chamber
PARALLEL SESSIONS (PS4)
Friday 11:00‐12:40
Room 1
11:00‐11:20*
11:20‐11:40
11:40‐12:00
12:00‐12:20
12:20:12:40
Room 2
11:00‐11:20
11:20‐11:40
11:40‐12:00
PS4.1. Solids and Structures III. Chair: R Sevilla
Ali Nassr, Akbar Javadi, Asaad Faramarzi
Self learning finite element method and engineering applications Euan Muir, Chris Pearce, Lukasz Kaczmarczyk
Evaluation of the Tangent Stiffness Matrix for Hyperelastic Fibres using Automatic Differentiation
Hoang Nguyen, Thuc Vo, Hung Nguyen Xuan
Bending and Buckling Analysis of Functionally Graded Microplates using Isogeometric Approach
Daniel Paladim, Jose Paulo Moitinho de Almeida, Guaranteed error bounds for the homogenisation of random materials
Stephane Bordas, Pierre Kerfriden
Rahmati MT, H. Bahai, Giulio Alfano
On the Small Scale Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis of Flexible Risers
PS4.2. Failure and Damage III. Chair: G Alfano
Chris Pearce, Lukasz Kaczmarczyk
Smooth static and dynamic crack propagation
Joaquin Navarro Zafra, Jose Luis Curiel Sosa, María An approach for dynamic analysis of stationary cracks using XFEM
del Carmen Serna Moreno, Christophe Pinna, Juan Luis Martínez Vicente, Nurrasyidah Rohaizat, Behrooz Tafazzolimoghaddam
Anil Prathuru, Nadimul Faisal, Sha Jihan, John Steel Indentation Method to Evaluate Metal to Metal Adhesive Bond Residual Strength
12:00‐12:20
Marco Albarella, Roberto Serpieri, Giulio Alfano, Elio Sacco
A multiscale cohesive zone model accounting for interlocking and separation of damage and frictional dissipation
Room 3
11:00‐11:20
PS.4.3. Geomechanics III. Chair: L Hosking
Richard Sandford, Hywel Thomas
11:20‐11:40
Manhui Wang, Lee Hosking, Hywel Thomas
11:40‐12:00
12:00‐12:20 *
Renato Zagorš ak, Hywel Thomas
Modelling fluid flows through multiple discrete fractures using finite elements for ground energy problems
Development of a High Performance Computing Approach for Studying the Coupled Behaviour of Porous Media
Thermo osmosis in saturated shale
Room 4
11:00‐11:20
11:20‐11:40
11:40‐12:00
PS4.4. Advanced Applications II. Chair: P Gosling
Heaney Claire, Andrew Buchan, Christopher Pain, Simon Jewer
Musa Aliyu, Chen Huapeng, Ouahid Harireche
Mohammed Hussain, Akbar Javadi, Mohsen Sherif
A POD reduced order model for criticality problems in reactor physics, varying control rod settings and temperature
Finite element modelling for productivity of geothermal reservoirs via extraction well
Artificial recharge of coastal aquifers using treated wastewater to control saltwater intrusion
12:00‐12:20
12:20:12:40
Amir Jalalian Khakshour
Majid Kadhim, Zhangjian Wu, Lee Cunningham
Evaluation of wind power output intermittency through a simulation method
FE modelling of CFRP strengthened steel members under impact loads
All rooms are in Cardiff University Main Building, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3XQ Room 1. Large Shandon Room 2. Wallace Lecture Theatre
Room 3. Large Chemistry Room 4. Small Chemistry
Room 5. Council Chamber
*Time or session change
PARALLEL SESSIONS (PS5)
Friday 13:30‐15:10
Room 1
13:30‐13:50
13:50‐14:10
14:10‐14:30
14:30‐14:50
PS5.1. Solids and Structures IV. Chair: A Kundu
David Stark, Heiko Gimperlein
Yousef Ghaffari Motlagh, William Coombs
Peng Yu, Susanne Claus, Stéphane Bordas, Pierre Kerfriden
Basem Suliman, Carol Featherston, David Kennedy
A partition of unity boundary element method for transient wave propagation
A high order material point method
Error estimation and space time adaptivity for the isogeometric analysis of transient structural dynamics
Vibration behaviour of delaminated composite plates using exact stiffness and finite element analysis
14:10‐14:30
PS5.2. Failure and Damage IV. Chair: MA Siddiq
Xiaoyi Zhou, Peter Gosling, Zahur Ullah, Chris Pearce, Lukasz Kaczmarczyk
Xuan Peng, Elena Atroshchenko, Pierre Kerfriden, Stephane Bordas
Athanasios Tsamos, Lee Margetts, Andrey Jivkov
14:30‐14:50
Danas Sutula, Stephane Bordas, Pierre Kerfriden
Room 3
13:30‐13:50
PS.5.3. Fluid mechanics and F/S interaction II. Chair: R Ahmadian
Thomas Xuan Meng, Julien Reboud, Acoustic Waves and electromagnetcs in Microfluidic Application with Hierarchical Finite Lukasz Kaczmarczyk
Element
Atheel Jameel, Kensuke Yokoi, Phil Bowen
Two Droplets interaction on substrate
Bun Lo, Oubay Hassan, Jason Jones
Parallel implementation of numerical modelling of concentration polarisation and cake formation in membrane filtration processes
Syazana Omar, Kensuke Yokoi
A 3rd order ENO like multi moment method for solving hyperbolic conservation laws
Seyed Hossein Madani, Jan wissink, Hamid Bahai Modeling intertial forces on cylinders in cross flow using moving frame of reference
Room 2
13:30‐13:50
13:50‐14:10
13:50‐14:10
14:10‐14:30
14:30‐14:50
14:50‐15:10
Room 4
13:30‐13:50
13:50‐14:10
14:10‐14:30
14:30‐14:50
14:50‐15:10
PS5.4. Advanced Applications III. Chair: S Claus
Reza Naseri Karim Vand, Akbar A Javadi, Mohammed S Hussain
Moura Mehravar, Paul Fleming, David Cole, Steph Forrester
Jou Yi Shih, David Thompson, Antonis Zervos
Multi Scale Finite Element Based Time Dependent Reliability Analysis for Laminated Fibre Reinforced Composites
3D fatigue fracture modeling by isogeometric boundary element methods
Implementation of a Cohesive Zone Model as a Cohesive Interface Element Subroutine into the open source FE package ParaFEM
Energy minimizing multi crack growth in linear elastic fracture using the extended finite element method
Fracture models for hydraulic fracturing stimulation: Comparison between Numerical method and an EPR based method
Mechanical characterisation and strain rate sensitivity of rubber shockpad in 3G artificial turf
Modelling scheme for railway vehicle/track/ground dynamic interaction in the time domain
Mohammadreza Nikzad, Andrew Wetherelt, Amir Rock Mass Quality Determination in Blasting at Jalal Abad Iron Mine Bijan Yasrebi, Akbar Javadi, Peyman Afzal
Ce Liang, Chang Wang, Van Nguyen, Diane Mynors Explicit Dynamics Finite Element Analysis of Energy Absorption Characteristics of Thin Walled UltraSTEEL Columns
All rooms are in Cardiff University Main Building, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3XQ Room 1. Large Shandon Room 2. Wallace Lecture Theatre
Room 3. Large Chemistry Room 4. Small Chemistry
Room 5. Council Chamber
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