TU BRAUNSCHWEIG

Publications


 

2017

M. Böl, K. Leichsenring, T. Siebert
Effects of growth on muscle, tendon and aponeurosis tissues in rabbit shank musculature
The Anatomical Record, 300, 1123-1136, (2017) [Link]
R. Menzel, M. Böl, T. Siebert
Importance of contraction history on muscle force of porcine urinary bladder smooth muscle tissue
International Urology and Nephrology, 49, 205-214, (2017) [Link]
R. Seydewitz, R. Menzel, T. Siebert, M. Böl
Three-dimensional mechano-electrochemical model for smooth muscle contraction of the urinary bladder
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 75, 128-146, (2017) [Link]
M. Schulz, M. Böl
A locking-free finite element formulation for a geometrically exact curved Kirchhoff beam based on constrained translation
submitted, (2017)
F. Sewerin, S. Rigopoulos
An explicit adaptive grid approach for the numerical solution of the population balance equation
Chemical Engineering Science, 168, 250-270, (2017) [Link]
C. E. Garcia-Gonzalez, F. Sewerin, A. Liu, S. Rigopoulos, B. A. O. Williams
Predicting and measuring soot formation and particle size distributions in a laminar diffusion flame
Proceedings of the European Combustion Meeting, Dubrovnik, Croatia, (2017)
J. Dittmann, A. Dietzel, M. Böl
Mechanical characterisation of oocytes - the influence of sample geometry on parameter identification
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, in press, (2017) [Link]
T. Siebert, A. Tomalka, N. Stutzig, K. Leichsenring, M. Böl
Changes in three-dimensional muscle structure of rabbit gastrocnemius, flexor digitorum longus, and tibialis anterior during growth
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 74, 507-519, (2017) [Link]
M. Schulz, M. Böl
An objective and locking-free finite-element formulation for geometrically exact Kirchhoff rods
submitted, (2017)
R. Seydewitz, E. Morales-Orcajo, M. Böl
Modelling the contraction properties of smooth muscle cells in bladder tissue
submitted, (2017)
A. Tomalka, M. Borsdorf, M. Böl, T. Siebert
Porcine stomach smooth muscle force depends on history-effects
Frontiers in Physiology – Gastrointestinal Sciences, in press, (2017)
M. Böl, R. Seydewitz, K. Leichsenring, F. Sewerin
A phenomenological model for the inelastic stress-strain response of a potato tuber in relation to its anatomy
submitted, (2017)
J. Füller, N. Beißner, A. Bolea Albero, T. Kellner, L. Lauterboeck, J. Liang, M. Böl, B. Glasmacher, C. C. Müller-Goymann, S. Reichl
Improved in vitro and in silico models for preclinical drug and formulation screening
submitted, (2017)
M. Garcés-Schröder, D. Metz, L. Hecht, M. Leester-Schädel, R. Iyer, M. Böl, A. Dietzel
Characterization of skeletal muscle passive mechanical properties by novel micro-force sensor and tissue micro-dissection by femtosecond laser ablation
submitted, (2017)
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2016

L. Reinhardt, T. Siebert, K. Leichsenring, R. Blickhan, M. Böl
Intermuscular pressure between synergistic muscles correlates with muscle force
Journal of Experimental Biology, 219, 2311-2319, (2016) [Link]
P. Schenk, C. Rode, M. Böl, T. Siebert, R. Grassme
Simple geometric model accounting for changes in 3D muscle architecture with muscle length
submitted, (2016)
M. Schulz, M. Böl
Modeling the quasi-static mechanical behavior of the extensible worm-like chain in the finite-element framework
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 16, 393-394, (2016) [Link]
J. Dittmann, D. Töpfer, M. Böl
Experimental-based material parameter identification of oocytes
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 16, 79-80, (2016) [Link]
C. Weichert, K. Leichsenring, M. Ernst, C. Wick, T. Siebert, R. Blickhan, M. Böl
Three-dimensional reconstruction of M. gastrocnemius contraction
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 16, 111-112, (2016) [Link]
J. Liang, A. Bolea Albero, J. Füller, C. Müller-Goymann, M. Böl
Computational and experimental analysis of wound healing processes
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 16, 95-96, (2016) [Link]
A. Bolea Albero, M. Böl
On the modelling of finite growth considering the mechanics of cell division
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 16, 925-928, (2016) [Link]
M. Böl, K. Leichsenring, M. Ernst, A. E. Ehret
Long-term mechanical behaviour of skeletal muscle tissue in semi-confined compression experiments
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 63, 115-124, (2016) [Link]
K. Dröder, M. Brand, T. Gebken, M. Kühn, M. Böl
Increasing the interlocking effect between metal and FRP by mechanical undercuts
International Journal of Automotive Composites, 2, 316-329, (2016) [Link]
R. Seydewitz, M. Böl
On an electrical-chemical-mechanical approach for modelling smooth muscle excitation in bladder tissue
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 16, 393-394, (2016) [Link]
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2015

A. Bolea Albero, M. Böl
Mechanics of cell-division: A new continuum model for growth inhomogeneities
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 15, 85-86, (2015) [Link]
M. Garcés-Schröder, M. Leester-Schädel, M. Schulz, M. Böl, A. Dietzel
Micro-Gripper: A new concept for a monolithic single-cell manipulation device
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, 236, 130-139, (2015) [Link]
T. Siebert, K. Leichsenring, C. Rode, C. Wick, N. Stutzig, H. Schubert, R. Blickhan, M. Böl
Three-Dimensional Muscle Architecture and Comprehensive Dynamic Properties of Rabbit Gastrocnemius, Plantaris and Soleus: Input for Simulation Studies
PloS ONE, 10, e0130985 (online), (2015) [Link]
M. Böl, A. E. Ehret, K. Leichsenring, M. Ernst
Tissue-scale anisotropy and compressibility of tendon in semi-confined compression tests
Journal of Biomechanics, 48, 1092-1098, (2015) [Link]
M. Böl, K. Leichsenring, M. Ernst, C. Wick, R. Blickhan, T. Siebert
Novel microstructural findings in m. plantaris and their impact during active and passive loading at macro level
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 51, 25-39, (2015) [Link]
F. Sewerin, S. Rigopoulos
A methodology for the integration of stiff chemical kinetics on GPUs
Combustion and Flame, 162(4), 1375–1394, (2015) [Link]
F. Sewerin, S. Rigopoulos
Integration of stiff chemical kinetics on a CPU-GPU pair - Application to a turbulent, non-premixed flame
Mediterranean Combustion Symposium, Rhodes, Greece, (2015)
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2014

A. Bolea Albero, M. Böl
Growing between barriers
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 14, 99-100, (2014) [Link]
R. Seydewitz, A. Bolea Albero, M. Böl
A continuum mechanics approach for modelling arbitrary degradation and erosion processes in polymers
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 14, 395-396, (2014) [Link]
J. Hellriegel, S. Günther, I. Kampen, A. Bolea Albero, A. Kwade, M. Böl, R. Krull
A biomimetic gellan-based hydrogel as a physicochemical biofilm model
Journal of Biomaterials and Nanobiotechnology, 5, 83-97, (2014) [Link]
A. Bolea Albero, A. E. Ehret, M. Böl
A new approach to the simulation of microbial biofilms by a theory of fluid-like pressure-restricted finite growth
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 272, 271-289, (2014) [Link]
M. Böl, A. Bolea Albero
On a new model for inhomogeneous volume growth of elastic bodies
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 29, 582-593, (2014) [Link]
M. Böl, A. E. Ehret, K. Leichsenring, C. Weichert, R. Kruse
On the anisotropy of skeletal muscle tissue under compression
Acta Biomaterialia, 10, 3225-3234, (2014) [Link]
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2013

K. Leichsenring, M. Plöthner, M. Böl, R. Blickhan, T. Siebert
Mechanische Eigenschaften der Sehne und Aponeurose des M. Soleus beim Kaninchen
Beiträge zur Bewegungswissenschaft, Band 3, 1-14, (2013) [Link]
R. Seydewitz, M. Böl
Biodegradable polymers - a new modelling approach
Constitutive Models for Rubber VIII, Eds.: N. Gil-Negrete, A. Alomso, Taylor & Francis Group London, 157-162, (2013) [Link]
M. Böl, A. Schmitz
A coupled chemomechanical model for smooth muscle contraction
Computer Models in Biomechanics. From Nano to Macro, Gerhard A. Holzapfel and Ellen Kuhl (Eds.): Springer Netherlands, 63–75, (2013) [Link]
R. Seydewitz, M. Böl
A coupled chemo mechanical model for polymer degradation and erosion processes
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 13, 189–190, (2013) [Link]
A. Bolea Albero, M. Böl
On the mechanics of fluid-like growth in solid materials
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 13, 59–60, (2013) [Link]
A. E. Ehret, M. Böl
Modelling mechanical characteristics of microbial biofilms by network theory
Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 10, 20120676, (2013) [Link]
P. Schenk, T. Siebert, H. Hiepe, D. Güllmar, J. R. Reichenbach, C. Wick, R. Blickhan, M. Böl
Determination of three-dimensional muscle architectures: Validation of the DTI based fiber tractography method by manual digitization
Journal of Anatomy, 223, 61-68, (2013) [Link]
M. Böl, A. E. Ehret, A. Bolea Albero, J. Hellriegel, R. Krull
Recent advances in mechanical characterisation of biofilm and their significance for material modelling
Critical Reviews in Biotechnology, 33, 145-171, (2013) [Link]
M. Böl, R. Kruse, A. E. Ehret
On a staggered iFEM approach to account for friction in compression testing of soft materials
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 27, 204-213, (2013) [Link]
M. Böl, K. Leichsenring, C. Weichert, M. Sturmat, P. Schenk, R. Blickhan, T. Siebert
Three-dimensional surface geometries of the rabbit soleus muscle during contraction - input for biomechanical modelling and its validation
Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, 12, 1205-1220, (2013) [Link]
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2012

R. Kruse, C. Weichert, M. Böl
Elastic properties of muscle tissue: Comparison of an inverse finite element approach and homogeneous deformation
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 12, 101-102, (2012) [Link]
M. Sturmat, C. Weichert, T. Siebert, M. Böl
A numerical validation approach of a finite element muscle model using optical data
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 12, 127-128, (2012) [Link]
N. Hempel, M. Böl
Multi-phase modeling of shape memory polymers
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 12, 331-332, (2012) [Link]
A. Bolea Albero, A. E. Ehret, M. Böl
A continuum model for free growth in living materials
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 12, 123-124, (2012) [Link]
A. E. Ehret, A. Bolea Albero, M. Böl
A network model for the EPS matrix of microbial biofilms
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 12, 125-126, (2012) [Link]
T. A. Cheema, A. Lichtner, C. Weichert, M. Böl, G. Garnweitner
Fabrication of transparent polymer-matrix nanocomposites with enhanced mechanical properties from chemically modified ZrO2 nanoparticles
Journal of Materials Science, 47, 2665-2674, (2012) [Link]
A. M. Zöllner, O. J. Abilez, M. Böl, E. Kuhl
Stretching skeletal muscle - Eccentric muscle growth through sarcomerogenesis
PloS ONE, 7, e45661 (online), (2012) [Link]
C. Kober, B.-I. Berg, M. Sturmat, J. Rieger, L. Gallo, M. Böl, M. Mack, H.-F. Zeilhofer, R. Sader
Macroscopic muscular modeling based on in vivo 4D-radiology
International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering, 10, 131-142, (2012) [Link]
M. Böl, O.J. Abilez, A. N. Assar, C. K. Zarins, E. Kuhl
In vitro/in silico charaterization of active and passive stresses in cardiac muscle
International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering, 10, 171-188, (2012) [Link]
M. Böl, A. Schmitz, G. Nowak, T. Siebert
A three-dimensional chemo-mechanical continuum model for smooth muscle contraction
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 13, 215-229, (2012) [Link]
M. Böl, R. Kruse, A. E. Ehret, K. Leichsenring, T. Siebert
Compressive properties of passive skeletal muscle - The impact of precise sample geometry on parameter identification in inverse finite element analysis
Journal of Biomechanics, 45, 2673-2679, (2012) [Link]
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2011

K. Leichsenring, T. Siebert, M. Böl, R. Blickhan
Einfluss von Elastizitäten auf die Bestimmung der aktiven Muskeleigenschaften des M. Soleus beim Kaninchen
Schriften der DVS, Biomechanik - vom Muskelmodell bis zur angewandten Bewegungswissenschaft, Czwalina Verlag, 219, 87-93, (2011) [Link]
M. Sturmat, C. Weichert, M. Böl
Dreidimensionale Skelettmuskelmodellierung auf Basis der Finite-Elemente-Methode
Schriften der DVS, Biomechanik - vom Muskelmodell bis zur angewandten Bewegungswissenschaft, Czwalina Verlag, 219, 123-129, (2011) [Link]
C. Weichert, K. Leichsenring, T. Siebert, R. Blickhan, M. Böl
Passive Muskeleigenschaften – Experiment und Simulation
Schriften der DVS, Biomechanik - vom Muskelmodell bis zur angewandten Bewegungswissenschaft, Czwalina Verlag, 219, 80-86, (2011) [Link]
M. Sturmat, M. Böl
Electromechanical modelling of skeletal muscle contractions
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 11, 127-128, (2011) [Link]
C. Weichert, K. Leichsenring, T. Siebert, M. Böl
Passive muscle behaviour - experimental and numerical investigations
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 11, 135-136, (2011)
A. Bolea Albero, M. Böl
A finite element model for biofilm volume growth
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 11, 351-352, (2011) [Link]
C. Küpper, D. Güllmar, P. Hiepe, T. Siebert, K. Leichsenring, R. Blickhan, M. Böl
3D-Rekonstruktion der Muskelarchitektur bei Oryctolagus Cuniculus - DTI versus Microscripe
Beiträge zur Bewegungswissenschaft, 2, 29-38, (2011) [Link]
A. E. Ehret, M. Böl, M. Itskov
A continuum constitutive model for the active behaviour of skeletal muscle
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 59, 625-636, (2011) [Link]
M. Böl, M. Sturmat, C. Weichert, C. Kober
A new approach for the validation of skeletal muscle modelling using MRI data
Computational Mechanics, 47, 591-601, (2011) [Link]
M. Böl, H. Stark, N. Schilling
On a phenomenological model for fatigue effects in skeletal muscles
Journal of Theoretical Biology, 281, 122-132, (2011) [Link]
A. Schmitz, M. Böl
On a phenomenological model for active smooth muscle contraction
Journal of Biomechanics, 44, 2090-2095, (2011) [Link]
M. Böl, R. Weikert, C. Weichert
A coupled electromechanical model for the excitation-dependent contraction of skeletal muscle
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 4, 1299-1310, (2011) [Link]
F. Fisch, F. Sewerin, F. Holzapfel
Approach Trajectory Optimization including a Tunnel Track Constraint
AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference, Portland, Oregon, (2011) [Link]
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2010

R. Seydewitz, M. Böl
A new modelling approach for the description of tissues at cell level
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 10, 91-92, (2010) [Link]
M. Sturmat, C. Kober, M. Böl
Experimental and numerical investigations in skeletal muscle modelling
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 10, 97-98, (2010) [Link]
A. Bolea Albero, C. Bertsch, M. Böl
3D finite element analysis of biofilm growth considering nutrient diffusion
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 10, 283-284, (2010) [Link]
S. Reese, M. Böl, D. Christ
Finite element-based multi-phase modelling of shape memory polymer stents
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 199, 1276-1286, (2010) [Link]
M. Böl
Micromechanical modelling of skeletal muscles: From the single fibre to the whole muscle
Archive of Applied Mechanics, 80, 557-567, (2010) [Link]
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2009

M. Böl, F. E. Gunawan, G. A. Holzapfel
3D finite element analysis of smooth muscle contraction considering calcium diffusion
10th International Conference on Computational Plasticity, 1-4, (2009)
M. Böl, S. Reese
A direction dependent approach to the modeling of shape memory polymers
Constitutive Models for Rubber VI, Eds.: G. Heinrich, M. Kaliske, A. Lion, S. Reese, Taylor & Francis Group London, 443-448, (2009) [Link]
M. Böl, A. Pipetz, S. Reese
Finite element model for the simulation of skeletal muscle fatigue
Material Science and Engineering Technology, 40, 5-12, (2009) [Link]
M. Böl
Modeling muscles from the inside out
Biomedical Computation Review, 5(1), 5-6, (2009) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese, K. K. Parker, E. Kuhl
Computational modeling of muscular thin films for cardiac repair
Computational Mechanics, 43, 535-544, (2009) [Link]
M. Böl, R. B. Möhle, M. Haesner, T. R. Neu, H. Horn, R. Krull
3D Finite Element Model of Biofilm Detachment using Real Biofilm Structures from CLSM Data
Biotechnology & Bioengineering, 103(1), 177-186, (2009) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese
A finite element approach for the modelling of skeletal muscle fatigue
GAMM Communications, 32(2), 205-220, (2009) [Link]
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2008

M. Böl, S. Reese
Micromechanical modelling of shape memory polymers
Advances in Science and Technology, 54, 137-142, (2008) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese
Micromechanical modelling of skeletal muscles based on the finite element method
Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 11, 489-504, (2008) [Link]
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2007

S. Reese, M. Böl, D. Christ
Multi-scale problems in biomechanics and medical technology
Proceedings of the ECCOMAS Thematic Conference on Multi-scale Computational Methods for Solids and Fluids, Eds.: A. Ibrahimbegovic, F. Dias, H. Matthies, P. Wriggers, ENS-Cachan, France, 216-220, (2007)
M. Böl, S. Reese
Micromechanical modelling of skeletal muscles: From the single fibre to the whole muscle
Proceedings of the 2nd GAMM Seminar on Continuum Biomechanics, Eds.: W. Ehlers, N. Karajan, Report of the University of Stuttgart, No. II-16, Verlag Glückauf Essen, 1-10, (2007) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese
Computer simulations of temperature induced shape memory polymers by means of the finite element method
Constitutive Models for Rubber V, Eds.: A. Boukamel, L. Laiarinandrasana, S. Meo, E. Verron, Taylor & Francis Group London, 93-99, (2007) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese
A new approach for the simulation of skeletal muscles using the tool of statistical mechanics
Material Science and Engineering Technology, 38, 955-964, (2007) [Link]
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2006

M. Böl, S. Reese
Numerical simulations of rubber-like materials under changing directions
Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Computational Mechanics, Paper ID 1440, Lisbon, Portugal, (2006) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese
A new approach for the simulation of damage effects in rubber-like materials using chain statistics
Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Computational Mechanics, Paper ID 1441, Lisbon, Portugal, (2006) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese
Finite element simulations of skeletal muscle behaviour under tetanic and non-tetanic conditions
Journal of Biomechanics, 39, S454, (2006) [Link]
S. Reese, M. Böl
Modelling of new materials in medical technology and biomechanics
Report of the Mathematical Institute Oberwolfach on the Workshop "Mechanics of Materials", Org.: R. Kienzler, D. McDowell, E. Werner, Oberwolfach, Germany, (2006)
S. Reese, M. Böl
Muskelkontraktion im virtuellen Experiment: wenn der Computer die Muskeln spielen lässt
RUBIN, 1/16, 49-56, (2006) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese
Finite element modelling of rubber-like polymers based on chain statistics
International Journal of Solids and Structures, 43, 2-26, (2006) [Link]
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2005

M. Böl, S. Reese
Computer simulations for the mechanical analysis of skeletal muscles
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 5, 291-292, (2005) [Link]
S. Reese, M. Böl
Computational testing and modelling of polymers and soft tissue using chain statistics
Constitutive Models for Rubber IV, Eds.: P. E. Austrell, K. Kari, A. A. Balkema Publishers, 155-164, (2005) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese
Simulation of filled polymer networks with reference to the Mullins effect
Constitutive Models for Rubber IV, Eds.: P. E. Austrell, K. Kari, A. A. Balkema Publishers, 165-170, (2005) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese, P. Meier, R. Blickhan
Skeletal muscle modeling by means of an innovative finite element technology
Proceedings of the 1st GAMM Seminar on Continuum Biomechanics, Eds.: W. Ehlers, B. Markert, Report of the University of Stuttgart, No. II-14, Verlag Glückauf Essen, 13-23, (2005)
M. Böl, S. Reese
Finite element modelling of rubber-like materials - a comparison between simulation and experiment
Journal of Materials Science, 40, 5933-5939, (2005) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese
New method for simulation of Mullins effect using finite element method
Plastics, Rubber and Composites, 34, 343-348, (2005) [Link]
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2004

M. Böl, S. Reese
Simulation of particle filled polymer networks based on chain statistics under consideration of the Mullins effect
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 4, 242-243, (2004) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese
Computer simulation of particle filled polymer networks based on chain statistics with reference to stress-softening effects
Filler Reinforcement of Rubber including all Aspects of Fillers and Filler-Rubber Interactions, The Geological Society, London (UK), IOM Communications Ltd, 17-22, (2004)
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2003

M. Böl, S. Reese
Finite element simulation of rubber-like material behaviour under consideration of its microscopic structure
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 3, 256-257, (2003) [Link]
S. Reese, M. Böl
On a micromechanically-based finite element simulation of the viscoelastic and damage behaviour of rubber-like polymers
Constitutive Models for Rubber III, Eds.: J. J. C. Busfield, A. H. Muhr, A. A. Balkema Publishers, 213-220, (2003) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese
Finite element modelling of polymer networks based on chain statistics
Constitutive Models for Rubber III, Eds.: J. J. C. Busfield, A. H. Muhr, A. A. Balkema Publishers, 203-211, (2003) [Link]
M. Böl, S. Reese
Computer simulation of the inelastic behaviour of polymer networks
7th International Conference on Computational Plasticity, Eds.: E. Onate, D. R. J. Owen, Barcelona, Spain, (2003)

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