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Proceedings of NSCM 32 : the 32nd Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics 24–25 October, 2019

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Author: Niemi, Antti H.1; Koivurova, Hannu1 (eds.)
Organizations: 1University of Oulu, Faculty of Technology, Mechanical Engineering
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Language: English
Published: Oulu : University of Oulu, 2019
Publish Date: 2019-11-07


The Nordic Association for Computational Mechanics (NoACM) was founded in October 1988 in Gothenburg, Sweden among the first organizations established in this field. Ever since the objective of NoACM has been to stimulate and promote research and practice in computational mechanics, to foster the interchange of ideas among the various fields contributing to computational mechanics, and to provide forums and meetings for dissemination of knowledge about computational mechanics. In particular, presentations by graduate students have always been welcomed. Thus, making a friendly and creative atmosphere for the participants is considered important.

This year’s seminar is already the 32nd in the series. It is arranged for the first time in the municipality of Oulu located in the region of North Ostrobothnia in Finland. This is probably one of the northernmost locations in the world where a seminar on computational mechanics has ever been arranged. The seminar has attracted around 50 contributions distributed in two parallel sessions over two days.

The organizers would like to thank all authors for submitting their contributions, as well as their supporting organizations, to make NSCM32 in Oulu possible!

Linnanmaa, Oulu, 18 October, 2019

Antti H. Niemi

Hannu Koivurova

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Table of contents



Map of downtown Oulu


Plenary lectures:

Marrying computational mechanics and materials science. L.-E. Lindgren

Higher Order Haar Wavelet Method. Application for Analysis of FGM and Nanostructures. J. Majak, M. Kirs, M. Ratas

Hybrid Modeling as an enabler for Big data cybernetics. A. Rasheed

Material Point Method: the past and the future. W. Solowski

A single-cell computation for dynamic turbulent cascade development — the ‘Navier-Stokes Machine’. C. M. Velte, P. Buchhave

Contributed papers:

Shape and topology optimization using CutFEM. N. Aage, R. Giele, S. Dilgen, C. Dilgen and C. S. Andreasen

A posteriori Error Estimation for Isogeometric Analysis of the Advection-Diffusion equation. A. Abdulhaque, T. Kvamsdal, M. Kumar and A. M. Kvarving

Microstructural modelling of defect containing martensitic steels. T. Andersson, A. Laukkanen, M. Lindroos, S. Majaniemi, T. Suhonen, T. Frondelius, J. Vaara, A. Mäntylä

On the regularisation property of the Kachanov-Rabotnov continuum damage model — a finite element study. H. Askes, J. Hartikainen, K. Kolari, R. Kouhia, T. Saksala and J. Vilppo

Variationally consistent homogenization of phase field fracture model. R. Bharali, R. Jänicke and F. Larsson

Calibration of Abaqus CDP model parameters. K. Calonius, A. Fedoroff, K. Kolari, R. Kouhia and J. Vilppo

Deep learning for future state estimation of the unsteady flows. H. Eivazi, M. Masdari, and R. Soleymani

On error-controlled numerical model reduction for computational homogenization of porous media. F. Ekre, F. Larsson, K. Runesson and R. Jänicke

Comparison of hygrothermal simulation techniques in northern conditions. F. Fedorik, H. Lahtinen, H. Koivurova and A. H. Niemi

MFrontInterface.jl: MFront material models in JuliaFEM. T. Frondelius, T. Helfer, I. Yashchuk, J. Vaara, and A. Laukkanen

Modeling of non-coulomb friction under fretting conditions part 2. J. Hintikka, A. Mäntylä and T. Frondelius

A Modal System Reduction Procedure for a Flexible Structure with a Flexible Vibration Absorber. J. Høgsberg

JuliaFEM geometry optimization. J. Huopana, T. Rantakivi, M. Väntänen, A-J. Vuotikka, A. Tanskanen, J. Vaara, S. Sikkilä and T. Frondelius

Inelastic buckling of plates subjected to multi axial in-plane loads. A. Jahanpour and R. Kouhia

A new material contrast model for use in topology optimization of steady-state dynamic problems. J. S. Jensen

How about version control? J. Jeronen

On the integration of an evolution equation based high-cycle fatigue model. J. Jeronen, R. Kouhia, J. Lahtinen and H. Orelma

Cost-optimized rise of tied-arch bridges. E. Järvenpää and A. H. Niemi

Micropolar plate model for lattice core sandwich panels. A. Karttunen, P. Nampally, J. N. Reddy and J. Romanoff

Finite element modeling of Al6082 Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation coatings. S. Khakalo, A. Laukkanen, T. Suhonen, K. Holmberg, E. Bousser, A. Yerokhin, P. J. Withers, and A. Matthews

Goal Oriented Adaptive Isogeometric Methods applied to Structural Mechanics. T. Kvamsdal, M. Kuma, A. M. Kvarving and K. M. Okstad

Least Squares Stabilized Nitsche in CutIGA. M. G. Larson and K. Larsson

Thurster Driveline Digital Twin — Bearing and Shaft Fatigue Life Prediction. T. Leppänen

Modeling friction and wear in dynamically loaded clamped metal contacts. A. Mäntylä, J. Hintikka and T. Frondelius

A numerical framework for rate-independent for Fleck and Willis crystal plasticity. K. L. Nielsen

Reliability of Finnish steel trusses under snow load in light of the design standard EN 1990. A. H. Niemi

Parametric modelling of cellular beam and plate structures by orthotropic strain gradient thermo-elasticity. J. Niiranen, S. Khakalo and V. Balobanov

Achilles tendon modeling based on the absolute nodal coordinate formulation. L. Obrezkov, A. B. Harish and M. Matikainen

On optimal design of lug joints. N. L. Pedersen

FEM-DEM in Modeling Ice-structure Interaction Process. J. Ranta, A. Polojärvi and J. Tuhkuri

Comparison 32CrMo12 QT steel fatigue testing with ultrasonic and servo-hydraulic testing machines. T. Rantakivi, M. Väntänen, J. Kuoppala, J. Vaara, J. Larkiola and T. Frondelius

Waveguides that support trapped surface waves. K. Ruotsalainen

Numerical modelling of concrete fracture: a mesoscopic approach based on embedded discontinuity FEM. T. Saksala

On periodic boundary conditions in Variationally Consistent Homogenisation of beams and plates. A. Sciegaj, P. Grassl, F. Larsson, K. Lundgren and K. Runesson

Numerical analysis of coupled nerve signal propagation. K. Tamm, T. Peets and J. Engelbrecht

Nonlinear bending of microarchitectural thin beams within strain gradient elasticity. L. V. Tran and J. Niiranen

Continuum damage modelling of quasi-brittle materials by using the material point method. Q-A. Tran, T. H. A. Nguyen, J. Niiranen and W. Solowski

Finite Element Simulation of the Performance of a Structural Electrolyte. V. Tu, L. E. Asp, N. Shirshova, F. Larsson, K. Runesson, and R. Jänicke

Mathematical modelling of sustainable bioresidual concrete. T. Tuovinen, T. Leppänen, J. Parkkonen, J. Virkajärvi and L. Turunen

Comparison of selected sequential design of experiment strategies for fatigue testing. J. Vaara, M. Väntänen, J. Kemppainen and T. Frondelius

Crankshaft impact modelling. A-J. Vuotikka, M. Jokinen, P. Halla-aho, J. Aho, A. Mäntylä and T. Frondelius

Fatigue Testing — Informativity of the Experimental Data. M. Väntänen, J. Vaara, J. Kemppainen and T. Frondelius

Multiscale design optimization of structures with solid coating and periodic infill lattice. E. Wadbro and B. Niu

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Series: Raportti / Oulun yliopisto, konetekniikka
ISSN: 2342-2599
ISSN-L: 2342-2599
ISBN: 978-952-62-2420-6
Issue: 9
Conference: The 32nd Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics 24–25 October, 2019
Type of Publication: C2 Edited book
Field of Science: 214 Mechanical engineering
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