Gennaro Vitucci
Gennaro Vitucci
Institute of Mechanics, Materials and Civil Engineering (IMMC), Université catholique de Louvain
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TitleCited byYear
The weak substitution method–an application of the mortar method for patch coupling in NURBS‐based isogeometric analysis
W Dornisch, G Vitucci, S Klinkel
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 103 (3), 205-234, 2015
592015
Analysis of residual stresses in thermoelastic multilayer cylinders
G Vitucci, G Mishuris
Journal of the European Ceramic Society 36 (9), 2411-2417, 2016
92016
An asymptotic model for the deformation of a transversely isotropic, transversely homogeneous biphasic cartilage layer
G Vitucci, I Argatov, G Mishuris
Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, 2016
72016
Influence of fracture criteria on dynamic fracture propagation in a discrete chain
N Gorbushin, G Vitucci, G Volkov, G Mishuris
International Journal of Fracture, 2017
42017
Three-dimensional contact of transversely isotropic transversely homogeneous cartilage layers: A closed-form solution
G Vitucci, G Mishuris
European Journal of Mechanics-A/Solids 65, 195-204, 2017
22017
3-D contact problem of a transversely isotropic, transversely homogeneous biphasic cartilage layer
G Vitucci, G Mishuris
Multi-Scale and Multi-Physics Testing of High-Performance Materials, 19, 2016
12016
Analytical and numerical modelling of thin functional layers
G Vitucci, G Mishuris
Aberystwyth University, 2018
2018
PREDICTION OF STEADY-STATE CRACK PROPAGATION IN A DISCRETE CHAIN BASED ON DIFFERENT FRACTURE CRITERIA
N Gorbushin, G Vitucci, G Mishuris, GA Volkov
Mathematical and Computer Simulation in Mechanics of Solids and Structures …, 2017
2017
Coupling of non‐conforming NURBS patches with the weak substitution method
S Klinkel, W Dornisch, G Vitucci
PAMM 14 (1), 269-270, 2014
2014
THE WEAK SUBSTITUTION METHOD–A NEW APPROACH FOR THE CONNECTION OF NURBS SURFACE PATCHES IN ISOGEOMETRIC ANALYSIS
W Dornisch, G Vitucci, S Klinkel
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