Demand Papers: Data Assimilation in Computational Mechanics – Recent Advances and New Trends
Using experimental data in colaboration with simulation models is becoming anactive research subject. Indeed, new experimental facilities (for example digital image/volume correlation (DIC/DVC)) now enable to gather a sizable and diversified quantity of data, which enables you to identify and validate complex models, in order to enhance predictions produced by simulations tools. In addition, data and models are increasingly more intertwined to enhance understanding in applications coping with structural health monitoring and control for example, with potential real-time dialogue between simulators and connected physical systems (e.g., the DDDAS concept). However, many challenges coping with data filtering, computational cost, or statistical sturdiness have to be addressed to be able to incorporate data efficiently.
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Demand Papers : Recent Developments in Unfitted Finite Element Methods
Unfitted Finite Element Methods (UFEM e.g. CutFEM, XFEM, Finite Cell FEM, CGFEM) happen to be extensively investigated during the last 2 decades. Using computational meshes that don’t need to comply with the geometrical options that come with boundary value problems is extremely interesting to practitioners in lots of fields of computational sciences and engineering. However, UFEM are not yet been adopted like a standard analysis tool. It’s because numerous important theoretical, implementational and statistical challenges, which we want to address within this special issue.
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Demand Papers: Interface Modeling and Simulation in Polycrystalline Materials
Modeling and statistical simulation of interfaces in polycrystalline materials, or interphases in materials exposed to phase transformation, is really a primary subject in predicting/optimizing the mechanical reaction to complex thermomechanical loading, either when the number of interface area versus. sample volume becomes large, as with nanostructured materials orcertain geophysical materials. Such conditions, interface-mediated plasticity may indeed be a prevalent deformation mechanism.
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The study topics addressed byAdvanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences(AMSES) cover the vast domain from the advanced modeling and simulation of materials, processes and structures controlled by the laws and regulations of mechanics. The emphasis is on advanced and innovative modeling approaches and statistical strategies.
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