Modern mathematical concepts like operator theory, symbolic computation, differential geometry and representation theory of compact Lie groups are applied to develop models of inelastic materials. Special emphasis is laid on modelling materials at large (finite) strain and with anisotropic behaviour. But also viscous and thermal effects and material damage are considered. Another important point is the suitability of the specific models for experimental verification and numerical implementation.
|Effective start/end date||1/01/94 → 31/01/15|
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