Tom de Geus
Tom de Geus
Postdoctoral fellow, EPFL, Switzerland
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A finite element perspective on nonlinear FFT‐based micromechanical simulations
J Zeman, TWJ de Geus, J Vondřejc, RHJ Peerlings, MGD Geers
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 111 (10), 903-926, 2017
642017
Finite strain FFT-based non-linear solvers made simple
TWJ De Geus, J Vondřejc, J Zeman, RHJ Peerlings, MGD Geers
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 318, 412-430, 2017
612017
Elastoplastic description of sudden failure in athermal amorphous materials during quasistatic loading
M Popović, TWJ de Geus, M Wyart
Physical Review E 98 (4), 040901, 2018
412018
Microstructural topology effects on the onset of ductile failure in multi-phase materials–A systematic computational approach
TWJ De Geus, RHJ Peerlings, MGD Geers
International Journal of Solids and Structures 67, 326-339, 2015
332015
Theory for the density of interacting quasilocalized modes in amorphous solids
W Ji, M Popović, TWJ de Geus, E Lerner, M Wyart
Physical Review E 99 (2), 023003, 2019
212019
Microscopic plasticity and damage in two-phase steels: On the competing role of crystallography and phase contrast
TWJ De Geus, F Maresca, RHJ Peerlings, MGD Geers
Mechanics of Materials 101, 147-159, 2016
212016
Microstructural modeling of ductile fracture initiation in multi-phase materials
TWJ de Geus, RHJ Peerlings, MGD Geers
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 147, 318-330, 2015
172015
Competing damage mechanisms in a two-phase microstructure: how microstructure and loading conditions determine the onset of fracture
TWJ de Geus, RHJ Peerlings, MGD Geers
International Journal of Solids and Structures 97, 687-698, 2016
162016
Fracture initiation in multi-phase materials: a statistical characterization of microstructural damage sites
TWJ de Geus, JEP van Duuren, RHJ Peerlings, MGD Geers
Materials Science and Engineering: A 673, 551-556, 2016
102016
Fracture in multi-phase materials: why some microstructures are more critical than others
TWJ de Geus, RHJ Peerlings, MGD Geers
Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 2016
82016
An analysis of the pile-up of infinite periodic walls of edge dislocations
TWJ de Geus, RHJ Peerlings, CB Hirschberger
Mechanics Research Communications 54, 7-13, 2013
82013
Energy-based comparison between the Fourier–Galerkin method and the finite element method
J Vondřejc, TWJ de Geus
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 374, 112585, 2020
7*2020
Fracture initiation in multi-phase materials: A systematic three-dimensional approach using a FFT-based solver
TWJ de Geus, M Cottura, B Appolaire, RHJ Peerlings, MGD Geers
Mechanics of Materials 97, 199-211, 2016
62016
Thermal origin of quasilocalized excitations in glasses
W Ji, TWJ de Geus, M Popović, E Agoritsas, M Wyart
Physical Review E 102 (6), 062110, 2020
52020
How collective asperity detachments nucleate slip at frictional interfaces
TWJ de Geus, M Popović, W Ji, A Rosso, M Wyart
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (48), 23977-23983, 2019
52019
Systematic and objective identification of the microstructure around damage directly from images
TWJ de Geus, C Du, JPM Hoefnagels, RHJ Peerlings, MGD Geers
Scripta Materialia 113, 101-105, 2016
52016
Improving the initial guess for the Newton-Raphson protocol in time-dependent simulations
J Volmer, TWJ de Geus, RHJ Peerlings
arXiv preprint arXiv:1912.12140, 2019
22019
Predicting deformation-induced polymer–steel interface roughening and failure
J van Beeck, F Maresca, TWJ de Geus, PJG Schreurs, MGD Geers
European Journal of Mechanics-A/Solids 55, 1-11, 2016
22016
Topology and morphology influences on the onset of ductile failure in a two-phase microstructure
TWJ de Geus, RHJ Peerlings, MGD Geers
Procedia Materials Science 3, 598-603, 2014
22014
Thermally activated flow in models of amorphous solids
M Popović, TWJ de Geus, W Ji, M Wyart
arXiv preprint arXiv:2009.04963, 2020
12020
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