His primary areas of investigation include Homogenization, Mechanics, Finite element method, Nonlinear system and Field. His Homogenization research includes themes of Representative elementary volume and Hyperelastic material. He usually deals with Mechanics and limits it to topics linked to Fracture mechanics and Anisotropy, Crystallite, Phase and Geotechnical engineering.
His work on Extended finite element method is typically connected to Experimental validation as part of general Finite element method study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Nonlinear system research incorporates elements of Mathematical analysis and Tangent. Nucleation, Microstructure and Brittleness is closely connected to Phase in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Field.
Julien Yvonnet mostly deals with Homogenization, Finite element method, Composite material, Mechanics and Nonlinear system. His Homogenization research includes elements of Representative elementary volume, Mathematical analysis, Viscoelasticity and Applied mathematics. The Finite element method study combines topics in areas such as Nanowire, Computation, Buckling and Surface energy.
His studies deal with areas such as Work and Graphene as well as Composite material. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Field, Cracking, Structural engineering, Fracture mechanics and Phase. His research integrates issues of Statistical physics, Numerical analysis, Tangent and Constitutive equation in his study of Nonlinear system.
Julien Yvonnet focuses on Finite element method, Mathematical analysis, Composite material, Condensation and Topology optimization. The study incorporates disciplines such as Stress, Classical mechanics and Flexoelectricity in addition to Finite element method. His work carried out in the field of Mathematical analysis brings together such families of science as Quadratic equation, Infinitesimal strain theory and Homogenization.
His study looks at the relationship between Composite material and topics such as Matrix, which overlap with Field, Phase and Interpolation. His Condensation research incorporates themes from Mechanics, Capillary action and Coarse mesh. Julien Yvonnet focuses mostly in the field of Topology optimization, narrowing it down to matters related to Fracture and, in some cases, Fracture mechanics, Robustness and Phase.
His primary scientific interests are in Cauchy distribution, Homogenization, Boundary value problem, Quadratic equation and Mathematical analysis. His Cauchy distribution study combines topics in areas such as Elasticity, Asymptotic expansion, Body force and Asymptotic homogenization. Julien Yvonnet has researched Homogenization in several fields, including Superposition principle and Representative elementary volume, Finite element method.
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The reduced model multiscale method (R3M) for the non-linear homogenization of hyperelastic media at finite strains
J. Yvonnet;Q. C. He.
Journal of Computational Physics (2007)
An XFEM/level set approach to modelling surface/interface effects and to computing the size-dependent effective properties of nanocomposites
Julien Yvonnet;H. Le Quang;Qi-Chang He.
Computational Mechanics (2008)
Computational homogenization of nonlinear elastic materials using neural networks
B.A. Le;Julien Yvonnet;Qi-Chang He.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (2015)
A phase-field method for computational modeling of interfacial damage interacting with crack propagation in realistic microstructures obtained by microtomography
T.T. Nguyen;Julien Yvonnet;Q.-Z Zhu;Michel Bornert.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2016)
A phase field method to simulate crack nucleation and propagation in strongly heterogeneous materials from direct imaging of their microstructure
T.T. Nguyen;Julien Yvonnet;Qi-Zhi Zhu;Michel Bornert.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (2015)
A new extension of the natural element method for non-convex and discontinuous problems: the constrained natural element method (C-NEM)
Julien Yvonnet;David Ryckelynck;Philippe Lorong;Francisco Chinesta.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (2004)
Multi-phase-field modeling of anisotropic crack propagation for polycrystalline materials
Thanh Tung Nguyen;Julien Réthoré;Julien Réthoré;Julien Yvonnet;Marie-Christine Baietto.
Computational Mechanics (2017)
Numerically explicit potentials for the homogenization of nonlinear elastic heterogeneous materials
Julien Yvonnet;D. Gonzalez;Qi-Chang He.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2009)
Numerical modelling of the effective conductivities of composites with arbitrarily shaped inclusions and highly conducting interface
Julien Yvonnet;Qi-Chang He;C. Toulemonde.
Composites Science and Technology (2008)
On the choice of parameters in the phase field method for simulating crack initiation with experimental validation
Thanh Tung Nguyen;J. Yvonnet;M. Bornert;C. Chateau.
International Journal of Fracture (2016)
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