Thomas-Peter Fries

Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil.

20052020
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Keywords

  • 201108 Fracture mechanics
  • 101014 Numerical mathematics
  • 102009 Computer simulation
  • 102005 Computer aided design (CAD)
  • 201104 Structural analysis
  • 201124 Structural design
  • 201102 Structural dynamics
  • 103032 Fluid mechanics

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Finite element method Engineering & Materials Science
Extended Finite Element Method Mathematics
Differentiation (calculus) Engineering & Materials Science
Geometry Engineering & Materials Science
Stabilization Engineering & Materials Science
Mesh Mathematics
Higher Order Mathematics
Cracks Engineering & Materials Science

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Research Output 2005 2020

Loaded crack surfaces in two and three dimensions with XFEM

Schätzer, M. & Fries, T. P., 1 Feb 2020, In : Applied Mathematical Modelling. 78, p. 863-885 23 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Surface Crack
Crack Propagation
Three-dimension
Two Dimensions
Zero set

A concept for aortic dissection with fluid‐structure‐crack interaction

Schussnig, R. & Fries, T. P., 2 Sep 2019, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. 1 ed. Wiley, Vol. 19. 2 p. e201900100

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionResearchpeer-review

Open Access
Dissection
Incompressible flow
Blood
Tissue
Fluids

A higher-order conformal decomposition finite element method for plane B-rep geometries

Stanford, J. W. & Fries, T. P., 2019, In : Computers & structures. 214, p. 15-27

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Decomposition Method
NURBS
Finite Element Method
Higher Order
Decomposition

A unified approach for shell analysis on explicitly and implicitly defined surfaces

Schöllhammer, D. & Fries, T. P., 2019, Proceedings of the Form and Force Joint International Conference. Lázaro, C., Bletzinger, K. U. & Oñate, E. (eds.). p. 750-757

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionResearch

Activities 2010 2019

Towards Fluid-Structure-Crack Interaction in Aortic Dissection

Richard Schussnig (Speaker), Thomas-Peter Fries (Contributor)
3 Jun 2019

Activity: Talk or presentationTalk at conference or symposiumScience to science

Fluid-Structure-Crack Interaction in Aortic Dissection – a Monolithic Approach

Richard Schussnig (Speaker), Thomas-Peter Fries (Contributor)
9 Oct 2019

Activity: Talk or presentationTalk at workshop, seminar or courseScience to science

Fluid-Structure Interaction in Aortic Dissection – A Monolithic Approach

Richard Schussnig (Speaker), Thomas-Peter Fries (Contributor)
Sep 2019

Activity: Talk or presentationTalk at conference or symposiumScience to science

Higher-order Shell Analysis on Implicitly Defined Surfaces

Daniel Schöllhammer (Speaker), Thomas Peter Fries (Contributor)
6 Nov 2017

Activity: Talk or presentationPoster presentationScience to science

Projects 2018 2020