Michael Kaliske
Michael Kaliske
Professor TU Dresden
Verified email at tu-dresden.de
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Formulation and implementation of three-dimensional viscoelasticity at small and finite strains
M Kaliske, H Rothert
Computational Mechanics 19 (3), 228-239, 1997
An extended tube-model for rubber elasticity: statistical-mechanical theory and finite element implementation
M Kaliske, G Heinrich
Rubber Chemistry and Technology 72 (4), 602-632, 1999
A formulation of elasticity and viscoelasticity for fibre reinforced material at small and finite strains
M Kaliske
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 185 (2-4), 225-243, 2000
Theoretical and numerical formulation of a molecular based constitutive tube-model of rubber elasticity
G Heinrich, M Kaliske
Computational and Theoretical Polymer Science 7 (3-4), 227-241, 1997
Models for numerical failure analysis of wooden structures
J Schmidt, M Kaliske
Engineering Structures 31 (2), 571-579, 2009
Constitutive approach to rate-independent properties of filled elastomers
M Kaliske, H Rothert
International Journal of Solids and Structures 35 (17), 2057-2071, 1998
Bergström–Boyce model for nonlinear finite rubber viscoelasticity: theoretical aspects and algorithmic treatment for the FE method
H Dal, M Kaliske
Computational Mechanics 44 (6), 809-823, 2009
On damage modelling for elastic and viscoelastic materials at large strain
M Kaliske, L Nasdala, H Rothert
Computers & Structures 79 (22-25), 2133-2141, 2001
On the finite element implementation of rubber‐like materials at finite strains
M Kaliske, H Rothert
Engineering Computations, 1997
An efficient viscoelastic formulation for steady-state rolling structures
L Nasdala, M Kaliske, A Becker, H Rothert
Computational Mechanics 22 (5), 395-403, 1998
A fully implicit finite element method for bidomain models of cardiac electromechanics
H Dal, S Göktepe, M Kaliske, E Kuhl
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 253, 323-336, 2013
A micro-continuum-mechanical material model for failure of rubber-like materials: Application to ageing-induced fracturing
H Dal, M Kaliske
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 57 (8), 1340-1356, 2009
Recurrent neural networks for fuzzy data
S Freitag, W Graf, M Kaliske
Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering 18 (3), 265-280, 2011
Recurrent neural networks for uncertain time‐dependent structural behavior
W Graf, S Freitag, M Kaliske, JU Sickert
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 25 (5), 322-323, 2010
A phase-field crack model based on directional stress decomposition
C Steinke, M Kaliske
Computational Mechanics 63 (5), 1019-1046, 2019
Three-dimensional numerical analyses of load-bearing behavior and failure of multiple double-shear dowel-type connections in timber engineering
E Resch, M Kaliske
Computers & structures 88 (3-4), 165-177, 2010
Thermo-mechanically coupled investigation of steady state rolling tires by numerical simulation and experiment
R Behnke, M Kaliske
International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics 68, 101-131, 2015
Analysis of dynamical processes under consideration of polymorphic uncertainty
W Graf, M Götz, M Kaliske
Structural Safety 52, 194-201, 2015
Structural analysis with fuzzy data and neural network based material description
W Graf, S Freitag, JU Sickert, M Kaliske
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 27 (9), 640-654, 2012
Crack propagation in pneumatic tires: Continuum mechanics and fracture mechanics approaches
G Previati, M Kaliske
International Journal of Fatigue 37, 69-78, 2012
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