7/6/22    16:30 - 18:30
Multiscale Computational Homogenization for Bridging Scales in the Mechanics and Physics of Complex Materials V  
Minisymposium organized by Julien Yvonnet, Kenjiro Terada, Peter Wriggers, Marc Geers, Karel Matous and Paul Steinmann
Room: Svalbard
Chair: Jean-Francois Ganghoffer
Numerically efficient two-scale modelling of the electro-chemically coupled transport of electroactive species
Vinh Tu, Kenneth Runesson, Fredrik Larsson and Ralf Jšnicke

Variationally consistent computational homogenization of the chemo-mechanical properties of nano-porous electrode materials with application to Li-ion batteries
David R. Rollin, Fredrik Larsson, Kenneth Runesson and Ralf Jšnicke

Thermo-mechanically coupled transient two-scale analysis for dissipative composites
Seishiro Matsubara, So Nagashima, Dai Okumura and Kenjiro Terada

Thermo-electrochemistry-swelling-flow analysis of battery cells: an interdisciplinary multi-scale challenge
Omar Bettinotti, Youngwon Hahn and Victor Oancea

Numerical homogenization and the Arlequin method
Frederic Legoll

Improved mutliscale finite element methods for advection-diffusion problems
Rutger A. Biezemans

Non-intrusive two-scale coupling strategy of non-compatible models for the tolerance analysis of composite structures to local features
Pierre-Alain Guidault, Maxence Wangermez, Olivier Allix, Oana Ciobanu and Christian Rey