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Title: Geometry and Mechanics
Authors: Bazilevs, Yuri
Bletzinger, Kai-Uwe
Calo, Victor M.
Cirak, Fehmi
Firl, Matthias
Hughes, Thomas J. R.
Konyukhov, Alexander
Linhard, Johannes
Long, Quan
Schweizerhof, Karl
Wang, John T.
Wuchner, Roland
Zhang, Yongie
Keywords: modeling
isogeometric analysis
finite element method
shell structures
Issue Date: May-2008
Publisher: Internet-First University Press
Abstract: IASS-IACM 2008 Session: Geometry and Mechanics -- Session Organizers: Kai-Uwe BLETZINGER (TU Munich), Fehmi CIRAK (University of Cambridge) -- Keynote Lecture: "Modeling and computation of patient-specific vascular fluid-structure interaction using Isogeometric Analysis" by Yuri BAZILEVS , Victor M. CALO, Thomas J. R. HUGHES (University of Texas at Austin), Yongie ZHANG (Carnegie Mellon University) -- Keynote Lecture: "Optimal shapes of mechanically motivated surfaces" by Kai-Uwe BLETZINGER , Matthias FIRL, Johannes LINHARD, Roland WUCHNER (TU Munich) -- "Subdivision shells for nonsmooth and branching geometries" by Quan LONG, Fehmi CIRAK (University of Cambridge) -- "Water landing analyses with explicit finite element method" by John T. WANG (NASA Langley Research Center) -- "On a geometrically exact contact description for shells: From linear approximations for shells to high-order FEM" by Alexander KONYUKHOV, Karl SCHWEIZERHOF (University of Karlsruhe)
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