Erwin Stein
Erwin Stein
Professor für Mechanik, Leibniz Universität Hannover
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Finite element formulation of large deformation impact-contact problems with friction
P Wriggers, TV Van, E Stein
Computers & Structures 37 (3), 319-331, 1990
A 4-node finite shell element for the implementation of general hyperelastic 3D-elasticity at finite strains
P Betsch, F Gruttmann, E Stein
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 130 (1-2), 57-79, 1996
A unified approach for parameter identification of inelastic material models in the frame of the finite element method
R Mahnken, E Stein
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 136 (3-4), 225-258, 1996
An assumed strain approach avoiding artificial thickness straining for a non‐linear 4‐node shell element
P Betsch, E Stein
Communications in Numerical Methods in Engineering 11 (11), 899-909, 1995
Parameter identification for viscoplastic models based on analytical derivatives of a least-squares functional and stability investigations
R Mahnken, E Stein
International Journal of Plasticity 12 (4), 451-479, 1996
Error-controlled adaptive finite elements in solid mechanics
E Ramm, E Rank, R Rannacher, K Schweizerhof, E Stein, W Wendland, ...
John Wiley & Sons, 2003
Encyclopedia of computational mechanics
E Stein, R De Borst, TJR Hughes
Wiley, 2004
On the parametrization of finite rotations in computational mechanics: a classification of concepts with application to smooth shells
P Betsch, A Menzel, E Stein
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 155 (3-4), 273-305, 1998
Shakedown with nonlinear strain-hardening including structural computation using finite element method
E Stein, G Zhang, JA König
International Journal of Plasticity 8 (1), 1-31, 1992
Real contact mechanisms and finite element formulation—a coupled thermomechanical approach
G Zavarise, P Wriggers, E Stein, BA Schrefler
International Journal for numerical methods in Engineering 35 (4), 767-785, 1992
On the numerical treatment and analysis of finite deformation ductile single crystal plasticity
P Steinmann, E Stein
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 129 (3), 235-254, 1996
On some mixed finite element methods for incompressible and nearly incompressible finite elasticity
U Brink, E Stein
Computational Mechanics 19 (1), 105-119, 1996
Parameter identification for finite deformation elasto-plasticity in principal directions
R Mahnken, E Stein
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 147 (1-2), 17-39, 1997
A canonical model of multiplicative elasto-plasticity formulation and aspects of the numerical implementation
C Miehe, E Stein
Europ. J. Mech. A/Solids 11, 25-43, 1992
The identification of parameters for visco-plastic models via finite-element methods and gradient methods
R Mahnken, E Stein
Modelling and simulation in materials science and engineering 2 (3A), 597, 1994
Theory and numerics of thin elastic shells with finite rotations
F Gruttmann, E Stein, P Wriggers
Ingenieur-Archiv 59 (1), 54-67, 1989
Comparison of different finite deformation inelastic damage models within multiplicative elastoplasticity for ductile materials
P Steinmann, C Miehe, E Stein
Computational Mechanics 13 (6), 458-474, 1994
Local error estimates of FEM for displacements and stresses in linear elasticity by solving local Neumann problems
S Ohnimus, E Stein, E Walhorn
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 52 (7), 727-746, 2001
Analysis, finite element computation and error estimation in transversely isotropic nearly incompressible finite elasticity
M Rüter, E Stein
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 190 (5-7), 519-541, 2000
Modeling and computation of shakedown problems for nonlinear hardening materials
E Stein, G Zhang, Y Huang
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 103 (1-2), 247-272, 1993
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