Manfred Kaltenbacher
Manfred Kaltenbacher
Professor at TU Wien
Verified email at tuwien.ac.at
TitleCited byYear
Numerical Simulation of Mechatronic Sensors and Actuators: Finite Elements for Computational Multiphysics
M Kaltenbacher
Springer, 2015
392*2015
Numerical simulation of mechatronic sensors and actuators
M Kaltenbacher
Springer, 2007
3922007
Elektrische Messtechnik: analoge, digitale und computergestützte Verfahren
R Lerch
Springer-Verlag, 2007
181*2007
Flow-structure-acoustic interaction in a human voice model
S Becker, S Kniesburges, S Müller, A Delgado, G Link, M Kaltenbacher, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125 (3), 1351-1361, 2009
872009
A modified and stable version of a perfectly matched layer technique for the 3-d second order wave equation in time domain with an application to aeroacoustics
B Kaltenbacher, M Kaltenbacher, I Sim
Journal of computational physics 235, 407-422, 2013
762013
A 2d finite-element scheme for fluid–solid–acoustic interactions and its application to human phonation
G Link, M Kaltenbacher, M Breuer, M Döllinger
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 198 (41-44), 3321-3334, 2009
752009
Elasto–acoustic and acoustic–acoustic coupling on non‐matching grids
B Flemisch, M Kaltenbacher, BI Wohlmuth
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 67 (13), 1791-1810, 2006
692006
Numerical simulation of flow‐induced noise using LES/SAS and Lighthill's acoustic analogy
M Kaltenbacher, M Escobar, S Becker, I Ali
International journal for numerical methods in fluids 63 (9), 1103-1122, 2010
672010
FEM-based determination of real and complex elastic, dielectric, and piezoelectric moduli in piezoceramic materials
T Lahmer, M Kaltenbacher, B Kaltenbacher, R Lerch, E Leder
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 55 …, 2008
652008
Nested multigrid methods for the fast numerical computation of 3D magnetic fields
M Schinnerl, J Schoberl, M Kaltenbacher
IEEE transactions on magnetics 36 (4), 1557-1560, 2000
652000
Finite element analysis of coupled electromagnetic acoustic systems
M Kaltenbacher, K Ettinger, R Lerch, B Tittmann
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 35 (3), 1610-1613, 1999
611999
An efficient calculation scheme for the numerical simulation of coupled magnetomechanical systems
M Kaltenbacher, R Landes, R Lerch
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 33 (2), 1646-1649, 1997
601997
Advanced simulation tool for the design of sensors and actuators
M Kaltenbacher
Procedia Engineering 5, 597-600, 2010
582010
Finite element simulation of nonlinear wave propagation in thermoviscous fluids including dissipation
J Hoffelner, H Landes, M Kaltenbacher, R Lerch
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 48 …, 2001
572001
Combination of finite and boundary element methods in investigation and prediction of load-controlled noise of power transformers
M Rausch, M Kaltenbacher, H Landes, R Lerch, J Anger, J Gerth, P Boss
Journal of Sound and Vibration 250 (2), 323-338, 2002
562002
Efficient modeling of ferroelectric behavior for the analysis of piezoceramic actuators
T Hegewald, B Kaltenbacher, M Kaltenbacher, R Lerch
Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures 19 (10), 1117-1129, 2008
532008
Mathematical models and numerical schemes for the simulation of human phonation
F Alipour, C Brucker, D D Cook, A Gommel, M Kaltenbacher, W Mattheus, ...
Current Bioinformatics 6 (3), 323-343, 2011
522011
PDE based determination of piezoelectric material tensors
B Kaltenbacher, T Lahmer, M Mohr, M Kaltenbacher
European Journal of Applied Mathematics 17 (4), 383-416, 2006
452006
Fluid-structure-acoustic interaction of the flow past a thin flexible structure
F Schäfer, S Müller, T Uffinger, S Becker, J Grabinger, M Kaltenbacher
AIAA journal 48 (4), 738-748, 2010
392010
Multigrid methods for the three-dimensional simulation of nonlinear magnetomechanical systems
M Schinnerl, J Schoberl, M Kaltenbacher, R Lerch
IEEE transactions on magnetics 38 (3), 1497-1511, 2002
362002
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