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Bernd Markert
Bernd Markert
University Professor, Director at Institute of General Mechanics, RWTH Aachen University
Verified email at iam.rwth-aachen.de
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A systematic review of gait analysis methods based on inertial sensors and adaptive algorithms
R Caldas, M Mundt, W Potthast, FB de Lima Neto, B Markert
Gait & posture 57, 204-210, 2017
3142017
Effects of porosity on the mechanical properties of additively manufactured components: a critical review
AY Al-Maharma, SP Patil, B Markert
Materials Research Express 7 (12), 122001, 2020
2042020
A phase-field modeling approach of hydraulic fracture in saturated porous media
Y Heider, B Markert
Mechanics Research Communications 80, 38-46, 2017
1972017
A linear viscoelastic biphasic model for soft tissues based on the theory of porous media
W Ehlers, B Markert
J. Biomech. Eng. 123 (5), 418-424, 2001
1622001
An extended biphasic model for charged hydrated tissues with application to the intervertebral disc
W Ehlers, N Karajan, B Markert
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 8, 233-251, 2009
1542009
Comparison of monolithic and splitting solution schemes for dynamic porous media problems
B Markert, Y Heider, W Ehlers
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 82 (11), 1341-1383, 2010
1522010
Mechanical response of silk crystalline units from force-distribution analysis
S Xiao, W Stacklies, M Cetinkaya, B Markert, F Gräter
Biophysical journal 96 (10), 3997-4005, 2009
1452009
Tool wear monitoring of a retrofitted CNC milling machine using artificial neural networks
DF Hesser, B Markert
Manufacturing letters 19, 1-4, 2019
1332019
Estimation of gait mechanics based on simulated and measured IMU data using an artificial neural network
M Mundt, A Koeppe, S David, T Witter, F Bamer, W Potthast, B Markert
Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology 8, 41, 2020
1252020
T2‐and diffusion‐maps reveal diurnal changes of intervertebral disc composition: an in vivo MRI study at 1.5 Tesla
B Ludescher, J Effelsberg, P Martirosian, G Steidle, B Markert, ...
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging: An Official Journal of the …, 2008
1192008
A constitutive approach to 3-d nonlinear fluid flow through finite deformable porous continua: With application to a high-porosity polyurethane foam
B Markert
Transport in Porous Media 70, 427-450, 2007
1112007
Artificial neural networks and intelligent finite elements in non-linear structural mechanics
M Stoffel, F Bamer, B Markert
Thin-Walled Structures 131, 102-106, 2018
1002018
Prediction of lower limb joint angles and moments during gait using artificial neural networks
M Mundt, W Thomsen, T Witter, A Koeppe, S David, F Bamer, W Potthast, ...
Medical & biological engineering & computing 58, 211-225, 2020
962020
Silk fiber mechanics from multiscale force distribution analysis
M Cetinkaya, S Xiao, B Markert, W Stacklies, F Gräter
Biophysical journal 100 (5), 1298-1305, 2011
862011
Mechanics of nanostructured porous silica aerogel resulting from molecular dynamics simulations
SP Patil, A Rege, Sagardas, M Itskov, B Markert
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 121 (22), 5660-5668, 2017
832017
A biphasic continuum approach for viscoelastic high-porosity foams: comprehensive theory, numerics, and application
B Markert
Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering 15, 371-446, 2008
782008
A general polyconvex strain‐energy function for fiber‐reinforced materials
B Markert, W Ehlers, N Karajan
PAMM: Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 5 (1), 245-246, 2005
782005
Efficient numerical modeling of 3D-printed lattice-cell structures using neural networks
A Koeppe, CAH Padilla, M Voshage, JH Schleifenbaum, B Markert
Manufacturing Letters 15, 147-150, 2018
702018
Modeling of hydraulic fracturing using a porous-media phase-field approach with reference to experimental data
Y Heider, S Reiche, P Siebert, B Markert
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 202, 116-134, 2018
692018
Porous media viscoelasticity with application to polymeric foams
B Markert
692005
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