Hans Muhlhaus mainly focuses on Finite element method, Mechanics, Numerical analysis, Boundary value problem and Geometry. His work deals with themes such as Classical mechanics, Multigrid method, Lithosphere, Applied mathematics and Viscoelasticity, which intersect with Finite element method. His research on Mechanics often connects related topics like Thermal conduction.
The concepts of his Numerical analysis study are interwoven with issues in Boundary element method, Geotechnical engineering, Mass balance and Calculus. The study incorporates disciplines such as Discretization, Calculus of variations, Variational principle and Continuum in addition to Boundary value problem. Hans Muhlhaus has researched Geometry in several fields, including Mohr–Coulomb theory, Mathematical analysis, Buckling and Plasticity.
His primary areas of study are Mechanics, Finite element method, Geophysics, Classical mechanics and Simple shear. His research investigates the connection between Mechanics and topics such as Isotropy that intersect with problems in Orthotropic material, Anisotropy and Geometry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Porosity, Porous medium, Flow, Heat transfer and Numerical analysis.
His studies in Geophysics integrate themes in fields like Lithosphere, Mantle convection and Plate tectonics. His work in Classical mechanics addresses subjects such as Granular material, which are connected to disciplines such as Continuum and Discrete element method. His Simple shear research incorporates themes from Dilatant, Shear rate and Plasticity.
Mechanics, Shear, Discrete element method, Simple shear and Geotechnical engineering are his primary areas of study. His Mechanics study incorporates themes from Softening and Shearing. His Shear research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Geodynamics, Rift, Lithosphere and Geophysics.
His Simple shear research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Extended discrete element method and Shear band, Plasticity. His work is dedicated to discovering how Extended discrete element method, Classical mechanics are connected with Finite element method and other disciplines. His research in Finite element method intersects with topics in Classification of discontinuities and Applied mathematics.
Hans Muhlhaus mostly deals with Mechanics, Discrete element method, Shear band, Simple shear and Geotechnical engineering. His work carried out in the field of Discrete element method brings together such families of science as Granular material, Lattice Boltzmann methods and Shearing. The Shearing study combines topics in areas such as Isotropy, Triaxial shear test, Computer simulation, Stress space and Anisotropy.
His research integrates issues of Transverse plane and Instability in his study of Shear band. Hans Muhlhaus has included themes like Brittleness and Critical resolved shear stress, Rheology, Shear rate in his Shear study. His study with Extended discrete element method involves better knowledge in Finite element method.
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Gradient-dependent plasticity: formulation and algorithmic aspects
René De Borst;Hans-Bernd Mühlhaus.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (1992)
A variational principle for gradient plasticity
H.-B. Mühlhaus;E.C. Alfantis.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (1991)
A Lagrangian integration point finite element method for large deformation modeling of viscoelastic geomaterials
L. Moresi;F. Dufour;H.-B. Mühlhaus.
Journal of Computational Physics (2003)
Instability, softening and localization of deformation
B. E. Hobbs;H.-B. Mühlhaus;A. Ord.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (1990)
Application of Cosserat theory in numerical solutions of limit load problems
H. B. Mühlhaus.
Continuum models for materials with microstructure
Computational approaches to studying non-linear dynamics of the crust and mantle
L. Moresi;S. Quenette;V. Lemiale;C. Mériaux.
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (2007)
Longevity and stability of cratonic lithosphere: Insights from numerical simulations of coupled mantle convection and continental tectonics
Adrian Lenardic;Louis-Noel Moresi;Hans Bernd Muhlhaus.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Dispersion and wave propagation in discrete and continuous models for granular materials
H.B. Mühlhaus;F. Oka.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (1996)
8 – Continuum Models for Layered and Blocky Rock
Analysis and Design Methods#R##N#Principles, Practice and Projects (1993)
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