Computational Multiphysics Mechanics of Materials and Structures
S. Chester, New Jersey Institute of Technology
C. Linder, Stanford University
S. Sun, Columbia University
C. Di Leo, Georgia Institute of Technology
This symposium is focused on recent research regarding computational modeling related to problems of interest to the mechanics of materials community that involve multi-physics or multiple simultaneous physical phenomena. Researchers are encouraged to submit abstracts in the following (or related) topics: multiphysics coupling; homogenization and concurrent methods; fluid-structure interaction; electro- and magneto-mechanics; geomechanics and/or poromechanics; diffusion and mass transport; hydraulically and/or thermally induced fracturing; failure and instabilities via computational methods.