Mini symposia/Special sessions

MS63 Multiphysical, Multiscale and Stochastic Modeling of Solids and Structures

Prof.Jianying Wu :

Session Chairs:
Jianying Wu, Professor, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou 510641, China,
Xiaodan Ren, Professor, Tongji University, Shanghai 200092, China,
Zhenjun Yang, Professor, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China.

Abstract of the special session:
Engineering structures are unavoidably threatened by extreme events and harsh environments, involving stochastic damage and failure across disciplines and scales.
This renders the urgent need to develop effective, efficient and robust models/methods/approaches that incorporate multiphysical, multiscale and stochastic modeling of solids and structures, if possible, within a single framework. Aiming to encourage research and development in improving the safety and reliability of structures, this session welcomes all contributions from uncertainty quantification combined with multiscale and/or multiphysical modeling.
The topics include (but not limited to): innovative concurrent/hierarchical/coupling multiscale algorithms, asymptotic homogenization methods, hydro/thermal/chemical/mechanical coupled models, random field and image-based sample generation theories, Monte Carlo simulations, stochastic damage and fracture models, and application to various composite materials (FRP, FRC, CC, concrete…) and structures.

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