Pointwise contact numerical models and applications

Alfredo Gay Neto
2020 Zenodo  
Youtube link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VpkVH2osxk Abstract of the lecture In this lecture, an overview of computational modeling of pointwise contact will be given. Beam-to-beam contact will be addressed, such as contact involving rigid/flexible bodies, modeled by beams/shells. An overview of the master-master contact strategy will be provided, presenting its pros/cons, such as numerous examples. Related publications Gay Neto, A.; Wriggers, P.; Master-master frictional
more » ... ter frictional contact and applications for beam-shell interaction. Computational Mechanics, Published Online, 2020. Gay Neto, A.; Wriggers, P.; Numerical method for solution of pointwise contact between surfaces. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, v. 365,112971, 2020. Gay Neto, A.; Wriggers, P.; Computing pointwise contact between bodies: a class of formulations based on master-master approach. Computational Mechanics, Published Online, 2019. Campos, P.R.R.; Gay Neto, A.; Rigid body formulation in a finite element context with contact interaction. Computational Mechanics, 62:1369, 2018. Gay Neto, A.; Pimenta, P. M.; Wriggers, P.; Contact between spheres and general surfaces. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, v. 328, p. 686-716, 2018. Gay Neto, A.; Campello, E. M. B.; Granular materials interacting with thin flexible rods. Computational Particle Mechanics, v. 4, p. 229-247, 2017. Gay Neto, A.; Pimento, P. M.; Wriggers, P.; A master-surface to master-surface formulation for beam to beam contact. Part II: Frictional interaction. Computer 8. Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, v. 319, p. 146-174, 2017. Gay Neto, A.; Simulation of mechanisms modeled by geometrically-exact beams using Rodrigues rotation parameters. Computational Mechanics, v. 59, p. 459-481, 2017. Gay Neto, A.; Pimento, P. M.; Wriggers, P.; A master-surface to master-surface formulation for beam to beam contact. Part I: Frictionless interaction. Computer Methods in Applied Mechani [...]
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4130021 fatcat:xwrreq6k5nhfhpncd2dveyvnwq