Alexander Düster
Alexander Düster
Professor of Numerical Structural Analysis, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
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Finite cell method: h- and p-extension for embedded domain problems in solid mechanics
J Parvizian, A Düster, E Rank
Computational Mechanics 41 (1), 121-133, 2007
3882007
The finite cell method for three-dimensional problems of solid mechanics
A Düster, J Parvizian, Z Yang, E Rank
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 197 (45), 3768-3782, 2008
3692008
The p‐Version of the Finite Element Method
B Szabó, A Düster, E Rank
Encyclopedia of Computational Mechanics 1, 119-139, 2004
2712004
The p‐version of the finite element method for three‐dimensional curved thin walled structures
A Düster, H Bröker, E Rank
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 52 (7), 673-703, 2001
2452001
Small and large deformation analysis with the p- and B-spline versions of the Finite Cell Method
D Schillinger, M Ruess, N Zander, Y Bazilevs, A Düster, E Rank
Computational Mechanics 50 (4), 445-478, 2012
1642012
High order finite elements for three-dimensional, thin-walled nonlinear continua
A Düster
Technische Universität München, 2002
1512002
Geometric modeling, isogeometric analysis and the finite cell method
E Rank, M Ruess, S Kollmannsberger, D Schillinger, A Düster
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 249, 104-115, 2012
1372012
The hp‐d‐adaptive finite cell method for geometrically nonlinear problems of solid mechanics
D Schillinger, A Düster, E Rank
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 89 (9), 1171-1202, 2012
1192012
High order finite elements for shells
E Rank, A Düster, V Nübel, K Preusch, OT Bruhns
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 194 (21-24), 2494-2512, 2005
1052005
The p-version of the finite element method compared to an adaptive h-version for the deformation theory of plasticity
A Düster, E Rank
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 190 (15), 1925-1935, 2001
962001
A p‐version finite element approach for two‐and three‐dimensional problems of the J2 flow theory with non‐linear isotropic hardening
A Düster, E Rank
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 53 (1), 49-63, 2002
832002
p-FEM applied to finite isotropic hyperelastic bodies
A Düster, S Hartmann, E Rank
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 192 (47), 5147-5166, 2003
812003
Topology optimization using the finite cell method
J Parvizian, A Düster, E Rank
Optimization and Engineering 13 (1), 57-78, 2012
792012
Performance of different integration schemes in facing discontinuities in the finite cell method
A Abedian, J Parvizian, A Düster, H Khademyzadeh, E Rank
International Journal of Computational Methods 10 (3), 1350002/1-24, 2013
782013
An efficient integration technique for the voxel‐based finite cell method
Z Yang, M Ruess, S Kollmannsberger, A Düster, E Rank
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 91 (5), 457-471, 2012
732012
On volumetric locking‐free behaviour of p‐version finite elements under finite deformations
U Heisserer, S Hartmann, A Düster, Z Yosibash
Communications in Numerical Methods in Engineering 24 (11), 1019-1032, 2008
722008
Numerical homogenization of heterogeneous and cellular materials utilizing the finite cell method
A Düster, HG Sehlhorst, E Rank
Computational Mechanics 50 (4), 413-431, 2012
702012
A comparison of the h-, p-, hp-, and rp-version of the FEM for the solution of the 2D Hertzian contact problem
D Franke, A Düster, V Nübel, E Rank
Computational Mechanics 45 (5), 513-522, 2010
682010
Fixed‐grid fluid–structure interaction in two dimensions based on a partitioned Lattice Boltzmann and p‐FEM approach
S Kollmannsberger, S Geller, A Düster, J Tölke, C Sorger, M Krafczyk, ...
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 79 (7), 817-845, 2009
642009
The finite cell method for the J2 flow theory of plasticity
A Abedian, J Parvizian, A Düster, E Rank
Finite Elements in Analysis and Design 69, 37-47, 2013
632013
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