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Mathematics Colloquium

SPEAKER: Dr. Pablo Seleson, University of Texas, at Austin

TITLE: Multiscale Material Modeling with Peridynamics

ABSTRACT: Multiscale modeling has been recognized in recent years as an important research field to achieve feasible and accurate predictions of complex systems. Peridynamics, a nonlocal reformulation of continuum mechanics based on integral equations, is able to resolve microscale phenomena at the continuum level. As a nonlocal model, peridynamics possesses a length scale which can be controlled for multiscale modeling. For instance, classical elasticity has been presented as a limiting case of a peridynamic model. In this talk, I will introduce the peridynamics theory and show analytical and numerical connections of peridynamics to molecular dynamics and classical elasticity. I will also present multiscale methods to concurrently couple peridynamics and classical elasticity, demonstrating the capabilities of peridynamics towards multiscale material modeling.

 

Refreshments will be available at 3:15 p.m.

Where

Ayres Hall

Room 405
, TN

When

Thursday, 24 January, 2013

Who to contact

Contact:

Phone: 974-2463

Cost:

Free