Sven Klinkel
Sven Klinkel
Lehrstuhl für Baustatik und Baudynamik, RWTH Aachen
Verified email at lbb.rwth-aachen.de
TitleCited byYear
A continuum based three-dimensional shell element for laminated structures
S Klinkel, F Gruttmann, W Wagner
Computers & Structures 71 (1), 43-62, 1999
2541999
A robust non-linear solid shell element based on a mixed variational formulation
S Klinkel, F Gruttmann, W Wagner
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 195 (1-3), 179-201, 2006
1662006
A geometrical non‐linear brick element based on the EAS‐method
S Klinkel, W Wagner
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 40 (24), 4529-4545, 1997
1301997
Isogeometric Reissner–Mindlin shell analysis with exactly calculated director vectors
W Dornisch, S Klinkel, B Simeon
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 253, 491-504, 2013
1062013
A constitutive model for magnetostrictive and piezoelectric materials
K Linnemann, S Klinkel, W Wagner
International Journal of Solids and Structures 46 (5), 1149-1166, 2009
952009
A phenomenological constitutive model for ferroelastic and ferroelectric hysteresis effects in ferroelectric ceramics
S Klinkel
International Journal of Solids and Structures 43 (22-23), 7197-7222, 2006
832006
Using finite strain 3D‐material models in beam and shell elements
S Klinkel, S Govindjee
Engineering Computations, 2002
832002
A geometrically non‐linear piezoelectric solid shell element based on a mixed multi‐field variational formulation
S Klinkel, W Wagner
International Journal for Numerical methods in engineering 65 (3), 349-382, 2006
752006
A piezoelectric solid shell element based on a mixed variational formulation for geometrically linear and nonlinear applications
S Klinkel, W Wagner
Computers & structures 86 (1-2), 38-46, 2008
662008
A mixed shell formulation accounting for thickness strains and finite strain 3D material models
S Klinkel, F Gruttmann, W Wagner
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 74 (6), 945-970, 2008
622008
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
An anisotropic fibre-matrix material model at finite elastic-plastic strains
S Klinkel, C Sansour, W Wagner
Computational Mechanics 35 (6), 409-417, 2005
452005
Theorie und Numerik eines Volumen-Schalen-Elementes bei finiten elastischen und plastischen Verzerrungen
SO Klinkel
Inst. für Baustatik, 2000
382000
A NURBS based hybrid collocation–Galerkin method for the analysis of boundary represented solids
S Klinkel, L Chen, W Dornisch
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 284, 689-711, 2015
372015
An efficient and robust rotational formulation for isogeometric Reissner–Mindlin shell elements
W Dornisch, R Müller, S Klinkel
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 303, 1-34, 2016
362016
Deformable dielectrics–optimization of heterogeneities
R Mueller, BX Xu, D Gross, M Lyschik, D Schrade, S Klinkel
International Journal of Engineering Science 48 (7-8), 647-657, 2010
342010
Elastic and plastic analysis of thin-walled structures using improved hexahedral elements
W Wagner, S Klinkel, F Gruttmann
Computers & structures 80 (9-10), 857-869, 2002
342002
Treatment of Reissner–Mindlin shells with kinks without the need for drilling rotation stabilization in an isogeometric framework
W Dornisch, S Klinkel
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 276, 35-66, 2014
332014
Dielectric elastomers–numerical modeling of nonlinear visco‐electroelasticity
A Büschel, S Klinkel, W Wagner
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 93 (8), 834-856, 2013
332013
A NURBS based Galerkin approach for the analysis of solids in boundary representation
L Chen, B Simeon, S Klinkel
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 305, 777-805, 2016
272016
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