Professor Dr.-Ing. habil. Daniel Balzani

Prof. Balzani © Robert Lohse

Open-Topic Professor, Institutsdirektor

Name

Daniel Balzani

Tel.: +49 351 463 43231

Kontaktinformationen
Organisationsname

Institut für Mechanik und Flächentragwerke

Institut für Mechanik und Flächentragwerke

Adresse work

Besucher:

TU Dresden, Fakultät Bauingenieurwesen, Ebene 3, Zi. 03-017 August-Bebel-Straße 30

01219 Dresden

Deutschland

work Tel.
+49 351 463-43231
fax Fax
+49 351 463-43235

Sprechzeiten:

nach Vereinbarung

Forschung

  • Kontinuumsmechanische Materialmodellierung und numerische Simulation
  • Mehrskalen-Modellierung mikro-heterogener Materialien
  • Biomechanik weicher Gewebe
  • Numerische Methoden in der Mechanik
  • Unsicherheitsquantifizierung

... zu den Forschungsprojekten

Werdegang

seit 10/2016 Direktor des Instituts für Mechanik und Flächentragwerke
10/2016 Ernennung zum Professor auf Lebenszeit
seit 05/2014 Open-Topic Tenure Track Professor für Mechanik (W3), Institut für Mechanik und Flächentragwerke, Fakultät Bauingenieurwesen, Technische Universität Dresden
12/2012 Habilitation und Venia Legendi im Fach "Mechanik",
Titel: "Simulation of Micro-Heterogeneous Materials based on Multiscale Approaches using Statistical Microstructure Descriptions",
Referenten: J. Schröder, P. Wriggers, R. Müller
05/2011- 04/2014 Akademischer Rat auf Zeit am Institut für Mechanik, Fakultät für Ingenieurwissenschaften, Abteilung Bauwissenschaften, Universität Duisburg-Essen
09/2010- 03/2011 Forschungsaufenthalt bei Prof. M. Ortiz in den Graduate Aerospace Laboratories am California Institute of Technology in Pasadena (USA)
04/2009- 03/2010 Vertretung der W2-Professur für Baumechanik (Schwerpunkt Materialtheorie) am Institut für Baumechanik und Numerische Mechanik (IBNM) an der Leibniz Universität Hannover
01/2006- 04/2011 Wissenschaftlicher Angestellter am Institut für Mechanik, Fakultät für Ingenieurwissenschaften, Abteilung Bauwissenschaften, Universität Duisburg-Essen
04/2006 Promotion zum Dr.-Ing. im Fachbereich Bauingenieurwesen und Geodäsie, Technische Universität Darmstadt Titel: "Polyconvex Anisotropic Energies and Modeling of Damage Applied to Arterial Walls"
Referenten: J. Schröder, D. Gross, P. Neff
2003-2005 Promotionsstipendiat des Graduiertenkollegs "Modellierung, Simulation und Optimierung von Ingenieuranwendungen" an der Technischen Universität Darmstadt
03/2003 Diplomarbeit am Institut für Mechanik, Fakultät für Ingenieurwissenschaften, Abteilung Bauwissenschaften, Universität Duisburg-Essen,
Thema: "Modelling of Transversely Isotropic Soft Tissues Based on Polyconvex Free Energy Functions"

Preise und Auszeichnungen

05/2013 Gottschalk-Diederich Baedeker Preis "... für seine Habilitationsschrift in Würdigung seiner persönlichen Verdienste um die wissenschaftliche Reputation der Universität Duisburg-Essen sowie seiner Vorbildfunktion im Wissenschaftsbetrieb"
01/2013 Aufnahme in das Junge Kolleg der Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften und Künste: "Die Mitglieder des Jungen Kollegs werden fachlich, finanziell und ideell unterstützt. Sie erhalten bis zu vier Jahre lang ein jährliches Stipendium in Höhe von 10.000 Euro. Voraussetzung für die Mitgliedschaft im Jungen Kolleg sind zusätzlich zur Promotion herausragende wissenschaftliche Leistungen an einer Hochschule oder Forschungseinrichtung in Nordrhein-Westfalen."
10/2011 Aufnahme in die Global Young Faculty: "Die Global Young Faculty ermöglicht rund 50 ausgewählten Nachwuchswissenschaftlern der im Ruhrgebiet angesiedelten Universitäten und außeruniversitären Forschungseinrichtungen ein selbstbestimmtes Arbeiten in interdisziplinären Gruppen. Dafür stellt die Stiftung Mercator 650.000 Euro für die Arbeit in Arbeitsgruppen und für persönliche Reisemittel zur Verfügung."
05/2010 Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Preis "... für außergewöhnliche wissenschaftliche Leistungen und zur Unterstützung der weiteren wissenschaftlichen Arbeit, verliehen von der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)"
02/2009 Richard Von Mises Preis "... für exzellente wissenschaftliche Leistungen in angewandter Mathematik und Mechanik in Würdigung seiner Forschung über polykonvexe, anisotrope Verzerrungsenergiefunktionen und ihre Anwendung auf Komposit- und Biomaterialien, verliehen von der Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik (GAMM)"
04/2009 German-American Frontiers of Engineering: Einladung und Teilnahme am “12th German-American Frontiers of Engineering Symposium” der Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung, 22.-25. April 22-25, Potsdam, 2009. "Jedes Jahr werden 30 Nachwuchswissenschaftler Deutschlands und der USA aus dem gesamten Feld der universitären Ingenieurdisziplinen und der Industrie zu diesem Symposium eingeladen um bilaterale Kooperationen zu fördern."
06/2005 M.I.T. Young-Researcher Fellowship Award "... für vorbildliche Forschung in der computergestützten Mechanik", verliehen vom Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) in Boston, USA. Der Preis beinhaltet die Übernahme der Reisekosten zu der III M.I.T. Conference on Computational Solid and Fluid Mechanics

Publikationen

Zeitschriftenartikel, Promotionen und Buchbeiträge, seit 2014
Zeitschriftenartikel, Promotionen und Buchbeiträge, bis 2014
Konferenzbeiträge, seit 2014
Konferenzbeiträge, bis 2014

Zeitschriftenartikel, Promotionen und Buchbeiträge
seit 2014

1 bis 10 von 16 Einträgen

Balzani, Daniel; Schmidt, Thomas; Ortiz, Michael: Method for the Quantification of Rupture Probability in Soft Collagenous Tissues. In: International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering Vol. 33 (2017), Nr. 1

Wagner, Markus; Jahn, Axel; Beyer, Eckhard; Balzani, Daniel: Design and optimization of steel car body structures via local laser-strengthening. In: Engineering Vol. 8 (2016), Nr. 5, S. 276–286

Schröder, Jörg; Viebahn, Nils; Balzani, Daniel; Wriggers, Peter: A novel mixed finite element for finite anisotropic elasticity; : the ska-element - simplified kinematics for anisotropy. In: Computer Methods for Applied Mechanics and Engineering Vol. 310 (2016), S. 475–494

Fausten, Simon; Balzani, Daniel; Schröder, Jörg: An algorithmic scheme for the automated calculation of fiber orientations in arterial walls. In: Computational Mechanics Vol. 58 (2016), Nr. 5, S. 816–878

Baron, Thomas J.; Khlopkov, Kirill; Pretorius, Thomas; Balzani, Daniel; Brands, Dominik; Schröder, Jörg: Modeling of microstructure evolution with dynamic recrystallization in finite element simulations of martensitic steel. In: Steel Research Vol. 87 (2016), Nr. 1, S. 37–45

Tanaka, Masato; Balzani, Daniel; Schröder, Jörg: Implementation of incremental variational formulations based on the numerical calculation of derivatives using hyper dual numbers. In: Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering Vol. 301 (2016), S. 216–240

Brands, Dominik; Balzani, Daniel; Scheunemann, Lisa; Schröder, Jörg; Richter, H.; Raabe, D.: Computational modeling of dual-phase steels based on representative three-dimensional microstructures obtained from EBSD data. In: Archive of Applied Mechanics Vol. 86 (2016), Nr. 3, S. 575–598

Schmidt, Thomas; Balzani, Daniel: Relaxed Incremental Variational Approach for the Modeling of Damage-Induced Stress Hysteresis in Arterial Walls. In: Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials Vol. 58 (2016), S. 149–162

Schmidt, Thomas; Pandya, Devdatt; Balzani, Daniel: Influence of isotropic and anisotropic material models on the mechanical response in arterial walls as a result of supra-physiological loadings. In: Mechanics Research Communications Vol. 64 (2015), S. 29–37

Tanaka, Masato; Sasagawa, Takashi; Omote, Ryuji; Fujikawa, Masaki; Balzani, Daniel; Schröder, Jörg: A highly accurate 1st- and 2nd-order differentiation scheme for hyperelastic material models based on hyper-dual numbers. In: Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering Vol. 283 (2015), S. 22–45


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bis 2014

[1]

D. Balzani, L. Scheunemann, D. Brands, and J. Schröder. Construction of two- and three-dimensional statistically similar RVEs for coupled micro-macro simulations. Computational Mechanics, 54(5):1269–1284, 2014.

[2]

T. Schmidt, D. Balzani, and G.A. Holzapfel. Statistical approach for a micromechanically based continuum description of damage evolution in soft collagenous tissues. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 278:41–61, 2014.

[3]

J. Schröder, D. Balzani, and C. Nisters. Zur Modellierung dünner Schalen mit hyperelastisch isotropem und anisotropem Materialverhalten. In 2. Essener Membranbausymposium, September 26, Essen. Shaker-Verlag, 2014.

[4]

M. Tanaka, D. Balzani, and J. Schröder. Robust numerical schemes for an efficient implementation of tangent matrices: Application to hyperelasticity, inelastic standard dissipative materials and thermo-mechanics at finite strains. In K. Weinberg, editor, Proceedings of the IUTAM Conference
on Innovative Numerical Approaches for Materials and Structures in Multi-Field and Multi-Scale Problems, Burg Schnellenberg, September 1-4, volume in press, 2014.

[5]

M. Tanaka, M. Fujikawa, D. Balzani, and J. Schröder. Robust numerical calculation of tangent moduli at finite strains based on complex-step derivative approximation and its application to localization analysis. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 269:454–470, 2014.

[6]

D. Balzani, D. Brands, and J. Schröder. Construction of statistically similar representative volume elements. In J. Schr ̈oder and K. Hackl, editors, Plasticity and Beyond, CISM Lecture Notes 550, pages 355–400. Springer, 2013.

[7]

D. Kardas, U. Nackenhorst, and D. Balzani. Computational model for the cell-mechanical response of the osteocyte-cytoskeleton based on self-stabilizing tensegrity structures. Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, 12:167–183, 2013.

[8]

B. Kiefer, C. Niederhaus, D. Balzani, C.A. Bobisch, E. Gerharz, H. Kruggel-Emden, A. Schwarz, P. Thielbörger, and G.N.F. Weiss. Anreizsysteme - Eine Möglichkeit zur Verbesserung der universitären Lehre. Journal Hochschuldidaktik, 1-2, 2013.

[9]

D. Balzani, D. Böse, D. Brands, R. Erbel, A. Klawonn, O. Rheinbach, and J. Schröder. Parallel simulation of patient-specific atherosclerotic arteries for the enhancement of intravascular ultrasound diagnostics. Engineering Computations, 29(8), 2012.

[10]

D. Balzani, S. Brinkhues, and G.A. Holzapfel. Constitutive framework for the modeling of damage in collagenous soft tissues with application to arterial walls. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 213–216:139–151, 2012.

[11]

D. Balzani and M. Ortiz. Relaxed incremental variational formulation for damage at large strains with application to fiber-reinforced materials and materials with truss-like microstructures. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 92:551–570, 2012.

[12]

J. Schröder, D. Balzani, and D. Brands. Approximation of random microstructures by periodic statistically similar representative volume elements based on lineal-path functions. Archive of Applied Mechanics, 81:975–997, 2011.

[13]

J. Schröder, D. Balzani, N. Stranghöner, J. Uhlemann, F. Gruttmann, and K. Saxe. Membranstrukturen mit nicht-linearem anisotropem Materialverhalten - Aspekte der Materialprüfung und der numerischen Simulation. Der Bauingenieur, 86:381–389, 2011.

[14]

J. Schröder, P. Wriggers, and D. Balzani. A new mixed finite element based on different approximations of the minors of deformation tensors. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 200:3583–3600, 2011.

[15]

D. Balzani, D. Brands, A. Klawonn, O. Rheinbach, and J. Schröder. On the mechanical modeling of arterial walls using parallel solution strategies. Archive of Applied Mechanics, 80:479–488, 2010.

[16]

D. Balzani, D. Brands, J. Schröder, and C. Carstensen. Sensitivity analysis of statistical measures for the reconstruction of microstructures based on the minimization of generalized least-square functionals. Technische Mechanik, 30:297–315, 2010.

[17]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, and D. Brands. FE2-simulation of micro-heterogeneous steels based on statistically similar RVEs. In K. Hackl, editor, Proceedings of the IUTAM Conference on Variational Concepts with Applications to the Mechanics of Materials, volume 21, pages 15–28, 2010.

[18]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, and P. Neff. Applications of anisotropic polyconvex energies: thin shells and biomechanics of arterial walls. In J. Schröder and P. Neff, editors, Poly-, Quasi- and Rank-One Convexity in Applied Mechanics, CISM Lecture Notes 516, pages 131–176. Springer, 2010.

[19]

V. Ebbing, D. Balzani, J. Schröder, P. Neff, and F. Gruttmann. Construction of anisotropic poly-convex energies and applications to thin shells. Computational Materials Science, 46:639–641, 2009.

[20]

D. Balzani, F. Gruttmann, and J. Schröder. Analysis of thin shells using anisotropic polyconvex energy densities. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 197:1015–1032, 2008.

[21]

D. Balzani. Simulation of deformation, damage and residual stresses in arterial walls. Advanced Engineering Materials, 10(4):315–321, 2008.

[22]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, and D. Gross. Numerical simulation of residual stresses in arterial walls. Computational Materials Science, 39:117–123, 2007.

[23]

D. Balzani, P. Neff, J. Schröder, and G.A. Holzapfel. A polyconvex framework for soft biological tissues. adjustment to experimental data. International Journal of Solids and Structures, 43(20):6052–6070, 2006.

[24]

D. Balzani. Polyconvex Anisotropic Energies and Modeling of Damage Applied to Arterial Walls. PhD thesis, Technische Universität Darmstadt, 2006. Report No. 2 (2006) of the Institut für Mechanik, Universität Duisburg-Essen.

[25]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, and D. Gross. Simulation of discontinuous damage incorporating residual stresses in circumferentially overstretched atherosclerotic arteries. Acta Biomaterialia, 2(6):609–618, 2006.

[26]

J. Schröder, D. Balzani, and D. Gross. Aspects of modeling and computer simulation of soft tissues: Applications to arterial walls. Materialwissenschaft und Werkstofftechnik, 36(12):795–801, 2005.

[27] J. Schröder, P. Neff, and D. Balzani. A variational approach for materially stable anisotropic hyperelasticity. International Journal of Solids and Structures, 42(15):4352–4371, 2005

Konferenzbeiträge
seit 2014

1 bis 10 von 23 Einträgen

Balzani, Daniel; Zahn, Anna: Residual stresses resulting from growth and remodeling in arterial walls. In: Proceedings of the VII International Conference on Coupled Problems in Science and Engineering 12.-14.06.2017, Rhodes Island, Greece (2017), S. 167–178

Wagner, Markus; Jahn, Axel; Beyer, Eckhard; Balzani, Daniel: Property determination and heuristic component optimization approaches for locally laser-strengthened lightweight crash structures. In: Trends in Engineering Mechanics Special Publications (TEMSP) Proceedings of the EMI International Conference (2017)

Zahn, Anna; Balzani, Daniel: Modeling of Anisotropic Growth and Residual Stresses in Arterial Walls. In: Acta Polytechnica CTU Proceedings Vol. 7 (2017), S. 85–90

Weber, Wolfgang; Balzani, Daniel; Fangye, Yannick; Zastrau, Bernd: Aspects of the proper orthogonal decomposition technique applied to the dynamic fibre pull-out. In: 9th German-Greek-Polish Symposium Recent Advances in Mechanics Book of Abstracts (2016), S. 43–44

Zahn, Anna; Balzani, Daniel: Modeling residual stresses in arterial walls based on anisotropic growth. In: PAMM Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics Vol. 16 (2016), Nr. 1, S. 115–116

Fangye, Yannick; Weber, Wolfgang; Zastrau, Bernd; Balzani, Daniel: Some Basic Ideas for the Simulation of Wave Propagation in Microstructures using Proper Orthogonal Decomposition. In: PAMM Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics Vol. 16 (2016), S. 333–334

Prüger, Stefan; Gandhi, Ashutosh; Balzani, Daniel: Modeling of low-alloyed TRIP-Steels based on direct micro-macro simulations. In: Proceedings of ECCOMAS (2016)

Tanaka, Masato; Balzani, Daniel; Schröder, Jörg: Automatic implementation of elasto-plastic incremental formulations at finite strains using hyper-dual numbers. In: PAMM Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics Vol. 15 (2015), Nr. 1, S. 367–368

Balzani, Daniel; Schmidt, Thomas: Relaxed incremental variational approach for damage in arteries. In: PAMM Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics Vol. 15 (2015), Nr. 1, S. 81–82

Fausten, Simon; Balzani, Daniel; Schröder, Jörg: Numerical calculation of fiber orientation in three-dimensional arterial walls. In: PAMM Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics Vol. 15 (2015), Nr. 1, S. 91–92


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bis 2014

[1]

D. Balzani, L. Scheunemann, D. Brands, and J. Schröder. Construction of 3D statistically similar RVEs for dual-phase steel microstructures. In XII International Conference on Computational Plasticity. Fundamentals and Applications, September 3-5, Barcelona, Spain, 2013.

[2]

D. Balzani, T. Schmidt, A.J. Schriefl, and G.A. Holzapfel. Constitutive modeling of damage mechanisms in arterial walls and related experimental studies. XLI APM Proceedings (Advanced Problems in Mechanics, St. Petersburg, Repino, July 1-6), 2013.

[3]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, D. Brands, and L. Scheunemann. Simulation of dual phase steels based on three-dimensional statistically similar RVEs. In Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium on Plasticity and its Current Applications, Nassau, Bahamas, January 3-8, 2013.

[4]

L. Scheunemann, D. Balzani, D. Brands, and J. Schröder. Designing statistically similar rves for 3d dual phase steel microstructures. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 1:271–272, 2013.

[5]

L. Scheunemann, D. Balzani, D. Brands, J. Schröder, and D. Raabe. Statistically similar RVE construction based on 3D dual-phase steel microstructures. In SEMC - Fifth International Conference on Structural Engineering, Mechanics and Computation, September 2-4, Cape Town, South Africa, 2013.

[6]

T. Schmidt, D. Balzani, and G. Holzapfel. Comparative study of the influence of statistically distributed microscopic quantities on the damage in collagenous tissues. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 1:47–48, 2013.

[7]

T. Schmidt, D. Balzani, A.J. Schriefl, and G.A. Holzapfel. Material modeling of the damage behavior of arterial tissues. In Proceedings of the BMT - 3-Länder-Tagung D-A-CH, September 19-21, Graz, Austria, 2013.

[8]

T. Schmidt, D. Balzani, A.J. Schriefl, and G.A. Holzapfel. Modeling and experimental investigations of the stress-softening behavior of soft collagenous tissues. In XII International Conference on Computational Plasticity. Fundamentals and Applications, September 3-5, Barcelona, Spain, 2013.

[9]

A.J. Schriefl, T. Schmidt, D. Balzani, and G.A. Holzapfel. Determination of mechanical and microstructural tissue quantities for modeling damage in arterial tissues. In Proceedings of the BMT - 3-Länder-Tagung D-A-CH, September 19-21, Graz, Austria, 2013.

[10]

M. Tanaka, M. Fujikawa, D. Balzani, and J. Schröder. Complex-step derivative approximation schemes for the robust calculation of numerical constitutive tangent moduli. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 1:167–168, 2013.

[11]

D. Balzani and M. Ortiz. Relaxed incremental variational formulation for damage in fiber-reinforced materials. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 12(1):157–158, 2012.

[12]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, and D. Brands. Construction of statistically similar representative volume elements for dual phase steels. In Proceedings of the 18th International Symposium on Plasticity and its Current Applications, San Juan, Puerto Rico, January 3-8, 2012.

[13]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, and P. Wrigger. A new mixed finite element formulation based on different approximations of the minors of deformation tensors. In Report of the Workshop 1207 at the “Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach” entitled “Advanced Computational Engineering”, organized by O. Allix, C. Carstensen, J. Schröder, P. Wriggers, 2012.

[14] L. Scheunemann, D. Balzani, D. Brands, and J. Schröder. Construction of statistically similar RVEs for 3D microstructures. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 12(1):429–420, 2012
[15]

T. Schmidt, D. Balzani, T. Ricken, and D. Werner. A biphasic approach for the simulation of growth processes in soft biological tissues incorporating damage-induced stress softening. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 12(1):91–92, 2012.

[16]

J. Schröder, D. Balzani, D. Brands, and L. Scheunemann. On the incorporation of microstructural information of two-phase steels in FE-simulations of sheet metal forming. In Forming Technology Forum, June 5-6, IVP, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, 2012.

[17]

J. Schröder, B. Eidel, D. Brands, and D. Balzani. Nano to micro - perspectives for homogenization in crystalline solids. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 12(1):19–22, 2012. J. Schröder, B. Eidel, D. Brands, and D. Balzani. Nano to micro - perspectives for homogenization in crystalline solids. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 12(1):19–22, 2012.

[18]

D. Balzani, G.A. Holzapfel, and S. Brinkhues. Modeling of damage in soft biological tissues and application to arterial walls. In E. Onate and D.R.J. Owen, editors, XI International Conference on Computational Plasticity. Fundamentals and Applications, 2011.

[19]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, and D. Brands. Simulation of two-phase steels based on statistically similar representative volume elements. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 11:939–242, 2011.

[20]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, and D. Brands. Statistically similar rves for the simulation of two-phase steels based on lineal-path functions. In A.G. Malan, P. Nithiarasu, and B.D. Reddy, editors, Contribution to the Second African Conference on Computational Mechanics AfriCOMP11, January 5 - 8, 2011, Cape Town, South Africa, 2011.

[21]

D. Brands, D. Balzani, J. Schröder, and D. Raabe. Simulation of DP-steels based on statistically similar representative volume elements and 3d EBSD data. In E. Onate and D.R.J. Owen, editors, XI International Conference on Computational Plasticity. Fundamentals and Applications, 2011.

[22]

D. Brands, J. Schröder, D. Balzani, O. Dmitrieva, and D. Raabe. On the reconstruction and computation of dual-phase steel microstructures based on 3d-EBSD data. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 11:503–504, 2011.

[23]

D. Brands, J. Schröder, and D. Balzani. On the incorporation of microstructural information in dual phase steel simulations. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Technology of Plasticity, September 25-30, 2011.

[24]

D. Brands, J. Schröder, and D. Balzani. Statistically similar reconstruction of dual-phase steel microstructures for engineering applications. In Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Computer Methods in Mechanics (CMM), 2011.

[25]

J. Schröder, D. Balzani, and D. Brands. Efficient FE2 -simulations using statistically similar RVEs. In Proceedings of the 17th International Symposium on Plasticity and its Current Applications, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, January 3-8, 2011.

[26]

D. Balzani, D. Brands, and J. Schröder. Construction of statistically similar representative volume elements for FE2 -simulations based on the lineal-path function. In Proceedings of the 4th European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM), 2010.

[27]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, and D. Brands. Statistically similar representative volume elements based on lineal-path functions. In Report of the Workshop 1011 at the “Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach” entitled “Microstructures in Solids: From Quantum Models to Continua”, organized
by A. Mielke and M. Ortiz, 2010.

[28]

D. Brands, D. Balzani, and J. Schröder. On the construction of statistically similar representative volume elements based on the lineal-path function. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 10:399–400, 2010.

[29]

J. Schröder, D. Balzani, and D. Brands. A FE2-homogenization technique for two-phase steels based on statistically similar representative volume elements. In Proceedings of the 16th International Symposium on Plasticity and its Current Applications, St. Kitts, USA, January 3-8. Neat press, 2010.

[30]

D. Balzani, S. Brinkhues, and G.A. Holzapfel. Comparative study of polyconvex strain-energy functions used for the modeling of damage hysteresis in overstretched arterial walls. In Proceedings of the 7th EUROMECH Solid Mechanics Conference, 2009.

[31]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, D. Brands, and C. Carstensen. FE2-simulations in elasto-plasticity using statistically similar representative volume elements. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 9:39–42, 2009.

[32]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, and D. Brands. Modeling of two-phase steels based on statistically similar microstructures. In M. Kuczma, K. Wilmanski, and W. Szajna, editors, Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Computer Methods in Mechanics (CMM), pages 115–116. The University of Zielona Gora Press, 2009. ISGN: 978-83-7481-245-0.

[33]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, and D. Brands. Statistically similar RVEs for FE2-simulations. In Report of the Workshop 29 at the “Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach” entitled “Computational Multiscale Methods”, organized by C. Carstensen and B. Engquist, pages 1604–1606, 2009.

[34]

D. Balzani and J. Schröder. Reconstruction of statistically similar microstructures for FE2 -simulations in elasto-plasticity. In Proceedings of the International Symposium of Plasticity. Neat press, 2009. ISBN: 0-9659463-9-8.

[35]

S. Brinkhues, D. Balzani, and G.A. Holzapfel. Simulation of damage hysteresis in biological soft tissues. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 9:155–156, 2009.

[36]

D. Balzani and J. Schröder. Some basic ideas for the reconstruction of statistically similar microstructures for multiscale simulations. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 8:10533–10534, 2008.

[37]

J. Schröder and D. Balzani. Modeling of finite elasto-plasticity in DP-steels by discrete multiscale simulations. In Proceedings of the 3rd Greek-Serbian Symposium on Recent Advances in Mechanics, 2008.

[38] J. Schröder, D. Balzani, H. Richter, H.P. Schmitz, and L. Kessler. Simulation of microheterogeneous steels based on a discrete multiscale approach. In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference and Workshop on Numerical Simulation of 3D Sheet Metal Forming Processes, pages 379–383, 2008
[39]

D. Balzani, D. Brands, A. Klawonn, O. Rheinbach, and J. Schröder. Large-scale simulation of arterial walls: Mechanical modeling. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 7:4020017–4020018, 2007.

[40]

D. Balzani, A. Klawonn, O. Rheinbach, J. Schröder, and D. Brands. Simulation of arterial walls using feti domain decomposition methods. In Proceedings of the ECCOMAS conference Modelling of Heterogeneous Materials with Applications in Construction and Biomedical Engineering, pages 104–105, 2007.

[41]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, D. Brands, A. Klawonn, and O. Rheinbach. Computer simulation of damage in overstretched atherosclerotic arteries. In Proc. of the III International Congress on Computational Bioengineering, pages 209–214, 2007.

[42]

D. Balzani, J. Schröder, and F. Gruttmann. Polyconvex energy densities with applications to anisotropic thin shells. Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 7:4060027–4060028, 2007.

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