Stefanie Reese
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A theory of finite viscoelasticity and numerical aspects
S Reese, S Govindjee
International journal of solids and structures 35 (26-27), 3455-3482, 1998
6461998
A note on enhanced strain methods for large deformations
P Wriggers, S Reese
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 135 (3-4), 201-209, 1996
2211996
A new locking-free brick element technique for large deformation problems in elasticity
S Reese, P Wriggers, BD Reddy
Computers & Structures 75 (3), 291-304, 2000
1832000
Theoretical and numerical aspects in the thermo-viscoelastic material behaviour of rubber-like polymers
S Reese, S Govindjee
Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials 1 (4), 357-396, 1997
1721997
A large deformation solid‐shell concept based on reduced integration with hourglass stabilization
S Reese
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 69 (8), 1671-1716, 2007
1712007
A reduced integration solid‐shell finite element based on the EAS and the ANS concept—geometrically linear problems
M Schwarze, S Reese
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 80 (10), 1322-1355, 2009
1702009
Finite deformation pseudo-elasticity of shape memory alloys–Constitutive modelling and finite element implementation
S Reese, D Christ
International Journal of Plasticity 24 (3), 455-482, 2008
1662008
A reduced integration solid‐shell finite element based on the EAS and the ANS concept—Large deformation problems
M Schwarze, S Reese
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 85 (3), 289-329, 2011
1652011
On the theoretical and numerical modelling of Armstrong–Frederick kinematic hardening in the finite strain regime
W Dettmer, S Reese
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 193 (1-2), 87-116, 2004
1622004
A stabilization technique to avoid hourglassing in finite elasticity
S Reese, P Wriggers
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 48 (1), 79-109, 2000
1572000
Anisotropic finite elastoplasticity with nonlinear kinematic and isotropic hardening and application to sheet metal forming
IN Vladimirov, MP Pietryga, S Reese
International Journal of Plasticity 26 (5), 659-687, 2010
1512010
On the modelling of non‐linear kinematic hardening at finite strains with application to springback—Comparison of time integration algorithms
IN Vladimirov, MP Pietryga, S Reese
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 75 (1), 1-28, 2008
1432008
A presentation and comparison of two large deformation viscoelasticity models
S Govindjee, S Reese
1311997
A new stabilization technique for finite elements in non‐linear elasticity
S Reese, M Küssner, BD Reddy
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 44 (11), 1617-1652, 1999
1241999
Finite element modelling of orthotropic material behaviour in pneumatic membranes
S Reese, T Raible, P Wriggers
International journal of solids and structures 38 (52), 9525-9544, 2001
1212001
A micromechanically motivated material model for the thermo-viscoelastic material behaviour of rubber-like polymers
S Reese
International Journal of Plasticity 19 (7), 909-940, 2003
1192003
Meso-macro modelling of fibre-reinforced rubber-like composites exhibiting large elastoplastic deformation
S Reese
International Journal of Solids and Structures 40 (4), 951-980, 2003
1082003
On a physically stabilized one point finite element formulation for three-dimensional finite elasto-plasticity
S Reese
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 194 (45-47), 4685-4715, 2005
1022005
Micromechanical modelling of skeletal muscles based on the finite element method
M Böl, S Reese
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 11 (5), 489-504, 2008
962008
The Potential of Powder Metallurgy for the Fabrication of Biomaterials on the Basis of Nickel‐Titanium: A Case Study with a Staple Showing Shape Memory Behaviour
L Krone, J Mentz, M Bram, HP Buchkremer, D Stöver, M Wagner, ...
Advanced Engineering Materials 7 (7), 613-619, 2005
902005
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