Christos Panagiotopoulos
Christos Panagiotopoulos
Institute of Applied and Computational Mathematics, Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas
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A hybrid method for the vulnerability assessment of R/C and URM buildings
AJ Kappos, G Panagopoulos, C Panagiotopoulos, G Penelis
Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering 4 (4), 391-413, 2006
Risk analysis of industrial structures under extreme transient loads
DG Talaslidis, GD Manolis, E Paraskevopoulos, C Panagiotopoulos, ...
Soil dynamics and earthquake engineering 24 (6), 435-448, 2004
Quasistatic adhesive contact of visco‐elastic bodies and its numerical treatment for very small viscosity
T Roubíček, CG Panagiotopoulos, V Mantič
ZAMM‐Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics/Zeitschrift für Angewandte …, 2013
Quasistatic mixed-mode delamination model
T Roubıcek, V Mantic, CG Panagiotopoulos
Disc. Cont. Dynam. Syst., Ser. S 6, 591-610, 2013
Stress-driven local-solution approach to quasistatic brittle delamination
T Roubíček, M Thomas, CG Panagiotopoulos
Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications 22, 645-663, 2015
Local-solution approach to quasistatic rate-independent mixed-mode delamination
T Roubíček, CG Panagiotopoulos, V Mantič
Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences 25 (07), 1337-1364, 2015
Imposition of time-dependent boundary conditions in FEM formulations for elastodynamics: critical assessment of penalty-type methods
EA Paraskevopoulos, CG Panagiotopoulos, GD Manolis
Computational Mechanics 45 (2-3), 157, 2010
Quasistatic adhesive contact delaminating in mixed mode and its numerical treatment
M Kružík, CG Panagiotopoulos, T Roubíček
Mathematics and Mechanics of Solids 20 (5), 582-599, 2015
A simple and efficient BEM implementation of quasistatic linear visco-elasticity
CG Panagiotopoulos, V Mantič, T Roubíček
International Journal of Solids and Structures 51 (13), 2261-2271, 2014
Risk analysis of industrial structures with hazardous materials under seismic input
DG Talaslidis, GD Manolis, EA Paraskevopoulos, CG Panagiotopoulos
13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Vancouver, BC, Canada …, 2004
BEM solution of delamination problems using an interface damage and plasticity model
CG Panagiotopoulos, V Mantič, T Roubíček
Computational Mechanics 51 (4), 505-521, 2013
BEM implementation of energetic solutions for quasistatic delamination problems
CG Panagiotopoulos, V Mantic, T Roubıcek
Advances in Boundary Element Techniques XII (BeTeq 2011) EL Albuquerque, MH …, 2011
Three-dimensional BEM for transient elastodynamics based on the velocity reciprocal theorem
CG Panagiotopoulos, GD Manolis
Engineering analysis with boundary elements 35 (3), 507-516, 2011
Energy-conserving time discretization of abstract dynamic problems with applications in continuum mechanics of solids
T Roubíček, CG Panagiotopoulos
Numerical Functional Analysis and Optimization 38 (9), 1143-1172, 2017
Two adhesive-contact models for quasistatic mixed-mode delamination problems
CG Panagiotopoulos, V Mantič, T Roubíček
Mathematics and Computers in Simulation 145, 18-33, 2018
A web‐based educational software for structural dynamics
CG Panagiotopoulos, GD Manolis
Computer Applications in Engineering Education 24 (4), 599-614, 2016
Velocity-based reciprocal theorems in elastodynamics and BIEM implementation issues
CG Panagiotopoulos, GD Manolis
Archive of Applied Mechanics 80 (12), 1429-1447, 2010
Rational derivation of conserving time integration schemes: the moving-mass case
E Paraskevopoulos, C Panagiotopoulos, D Talaslidis
Computational Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 149-164, 2008
Recent developments in Finite Element programming
FE Karaoulanis, CG Panagiotopoulos, EA Paraskevopoulos
First South-East European Conference on Computational Mechanics, SEECCM-06 …, 2006
Critical assessment of penalty-type methods for imposition of time-dependent boundary conditions in fem formulations for elastodynamics
CG Panagiotopoulos, EA Paraskevopoulos, GD Manolis
Computational Methods in Earthquake Engineering, 357-375, 2011
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