MIL OSI – Source: TU Berlin –
Headline: Programme: DFG – Priority Programme “Reliable Simulation Techniques in Solid Mechanics” (SPP 1748)
Donnerstag, 02. Februar 2017…”The main objective of this Priority Programme is the development of modern non-conventional discretisation methods, based on e.g. mixed (Galerkin or least-squares) finite element or discontinuous Galerkin formulations, including the mathematical analysis for geometrically as well as physically non-linear problems in the fields of e.g. incompressibility, anisotropies and discontinuities (cracks, contact). It is the aim to pool the expertise of mechanics and mathematics in Germany and to create new and strengthen existing networks. (…)
In detail the Priority Programme will drive research towards the following directions concerning non-conventional finite element formulations:deep mathematical understanding of the structural requirements of reliable non-conforming finite element method (FEM) approaches for finite deformations,mathematically sound variational formulations,robust and stiffening-free discretisations at finite deformations for (quasi-)incompressible, isotropic and anisotropic material behaviour as well as for domains with oscillating coefficients,accurate approximation of all process variables in the latter mentioned extremal cases,insensitive behaviour concerning significant mesh deformation, convergence of adaptive mesh refinement,[…]
The projects must be alliances of researchers (typically two or three) optimally representing different scientific fields as e.g. mathematics and mechanics. All proposed applications should clearly include concepts for a new quality of non-standard three-dimensional FEMs in combination with the essential mathematical analysis in the area of geometrically and/or physically non-linear problems.”…
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(Quelle: DFG Informationen für die Wissenschaft, Nr. 9, 02.02.2017)