José Alves holds a Mechanical Engineer diploma from Universidad Simon Bolivar (Venezuela), a Master in Computational Mechanics and a Ph.D in Computational Mechanics and Material sciences at PSL – MINES ParisTech, CEMEF (France). He conducted a control theory research thesis at Nagaoka University of Technology (Japan). He worked one year for a research project on the simulation of decohesion mechanics in a polymeric composite charged with glass fiber using the Representative Volume Element (RVE) approach, SABIC (The Netherlands). Since December 2015, he’s working in Transvalor as scientific developer. He is also lecturer, seminarian and invited reviewer for international journals and member of the International Impulse Forming Group (I2FG).
|Job title||Scientific Developer|
Session / Presentation
|Title||Modeling of Ductile Damage Transition to Fracture|
|Description||A completely new framework is introduced in this talk based on two concepts: the Phase-Field approach, where a proxy variable is defined to manage damage as a physical field and the split-element approach, where the damaged elements are cut instead of deleted.|
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