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Haim Waisman
Haim Waisman
Professor and Department Chair, Columbia University
Verified email at civil.columbia.edu - Homepage
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From diffuse damage to sharp cohesive cracks: A coupled XFEM framework for failure analysis of quasi-brittle materials
Y Wang, H Waisman
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 299, 57-89, 2016
1572016
Detection and quantification of flaws in structures by the extended finite element method and genetic algorithms
H Waisman, E Chatzi, AW Smyth
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 82 (3), 303-328, 2010
1282010
Experimental application and enhancement of the XFEM–GA algorithm for the detection of flaws in structures
EN Chatzi, B Hiriyur, H Waisman, AW Smyth
Computers & Structures 89 (7-8), 556-570, 2011
1232011
Uncertainty quantification in homogenization of heterogeneous microstructures modeled by XFEM
B Hiriyur, H Waisman, G Deodatis
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 88 (3), 257-278, 2011
1222011
Progressive delamination analysis of composite materials using XFEM and a discrete damage zone model
Y Wang, H Waisman
Computational Mechanics 55, 1-26, 2015
1012015
A unified model for metal failure capturing shear banding and fracture
C McAuliffe, H Waisman
International Journal of Plasticity 65, 131-151, 2015
962015
Nondestructive identification of multiple flaws using XFEM and a topologically adapting artificial bee colony algorithm
H Sun, H Waisman, R Betti
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 95 (10), 871-900, 2013
922013
Fracture of viscoelastic solids modeled with a modified phase field method
R Shen, H Waisman, L Guo
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 346, 862-890, 2019
902019
A nonlocal continuum damage mechanics approach to simulation of creep fracture in ice sheets
R Duddu, H Waisman
Computational Mechanics 51, 961-974, 2013
862013
Mechanical considerations for polymeric heart valve development: Biomechanics, materials, design and manufacturing
RL Li, J Russ, C Paschalides, G Ferrari, H Waisman, JW Kysar, D Kalfa
Biomaterials 225, 119493, 2019
812019
Topology optimization of viscoelastic structures using a time-dependent adjoint method
KA James, H Waisman
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 285, 166-187, 2015
792015
A temperature dependent creep damage model for polycrystalline ice
R Duddu, H Waisman
Mechanics of Materials 46, 23-41, 2012
792012
Failure mitigation in optimal topology design using a coupled nonlinear continuum damage model
KA James, H Waisman
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 268, 614-631, 2014
722014
A multiscale flaw detection algorithm based on XFEM
H Sun, H Waisman, R Betti
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 100 (7), 477-503, 2014
712014
A coupled phase field shear band model for ductile–brittle transition in notched plate impacts
C McAuliffe, H Waisman
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 305, 173-195, 2016
672016
Parametric enrichment adaptivity by the extended finite element method
H Waisman, T Belytschko
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 73 (12), 1671-1692, 2008
642008
Discrete damage zone model for fracture initiation and propagation
X Liu, R Duddu, H Waisman
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 92, 1-18, 2012
622012
Stochastic analysis of polymer composites rupture at large deformations modeled by a phase field method
J Wu, C McAuliffe, H Waisman, G Deodatis
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 312, 596-634, 2016
612016
Inexact Schwarz‐algebraic multigrid preconditioners for crack problems modeled by extended finite element methods
L Berger‐Vergiat, H Waisman, B Hiriyur, R Tuminaro, D Keyes
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 90 (3), 311-328, 2012
602012
Rupture of 3D-printed hyperelastic composites: Experiments and phase field fracture modeling
J Russ, V Slesarenko, S Rudykh, H Waisman
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 140, 103941, 2020
542020
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