Alexander Popp
Alexander Popp
Professor of Computer-Based Simulation, Universität der Bundeswehr München
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TitleCited byYear
A finite deformation mortar contact formulation using a primal–dual active set strategy
A Popp, MW Gee, WA Wall
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 79 (11), 1354-1391, 2009
1392009
A dual mortar approach for 3D finite deformation contact with consistent linearization
A Popp, M Gitterle, MW Gee, WA Wall
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 83 (11), 1428-1465, 2010
1212010
Finite deformation frictional mortar contact using a semi‐smooth Newton method with consistent linearization
M Gitterle, A Popp, MW Gee, WA Wall
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 84 (5), 543-571, 2010
882010
3D fluid–structure-contact interaction based on a combined XFEM FSI and dual mortar contact approach
UM Mayer, A Popp, A Gerstenberger, WA Wall
Computational Mechanics 46 (1), 53-67, 2010
742010
Fluid–structure interaction for non-conforming interfaces based on a dual mortar formulation
T Klöppel, A Popp, U Küttler, WA Wall
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 200 (45-46), 3111-3126, 2011
702011
Dual quadratic mortar finite element methods for 3D finite deformation contact
A Popp, BI Wohlmuth, MW Gee, WA Wall
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 34 (4), B421-B446, 2012
692012
Segment-based vs. element-based integration for mortar methods in computational contact mechanics
P Farah, A Popp, WA Wall
Computational Mechanics 55 (1), 209-228, 2015
512015
Improved robustness and consistency of 3D contact algorithms based on a dual mortar approach
A Popp, A Seitz, MW Gee, WA Wall
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 264, 67-80, 2013
512013
Mortar methods for computational contact mechanics and general interface problems
A Popp
Technische Universität München, 2012
492012
An abstract framework for a priori estimates for contact problems in 3D with quadratic finite elements
BI Wohlmuth, A Popp, MW Gee, WA Wall
Computational Mechanics 49 (6), 735-747, 2012
472012
Isogeometric dual mortar methods for computational contact mechanics
A Seitz, P Farah, J Kremheller, BI Wohlmuth, WA Wall, A Popp
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 301, 259-280, 2016
452016
An objective 3D large deformation finite element formulation for geometrically exact curved Kirchhoff rods
C Meier, A Popp, WA Wall
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 278, 445-478, 2014
402014
Dual mortar methods for computational contact mechanics–overview and recent developments
A Popp, WA Wall
GAMM‐Mitteilungen 37 (1), 66-84, 2014
282014
Geometrically exact finite element formulations for slender beams: Kirchhoff–love theory versus Simo–Reissner theory
C Meier, A Popp, WA Wall
Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering 26 (1), 163-243, 2019
26*2019
A unified approach for beam-to-beam contact
C Meier, WA Wall, A Popp
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 315, 972-1010, 2017
262017
A locking-free finite element formulation and reduced models for geometrically exact Kirchhoff rods
C Meier, A Popp, WA Wall
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 290, 314-341, 2015
262015
A finite element approach for the line-to-line contact interaction of thin beams with arbitrary orientation
C Meier, A Popp, WA Wall
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 308, 377-413, 2016
252016
A dual mortar approach for mesh tying within a variational multiscale method for incompressible flow
A Ehrl, A Popp, V Gravemeier, WA Wall
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 76 (1), 1-27, 2014
232014
A cut-cell finite volume–finite element coupling approach for fluid–structure interaction in compressible flow
V Pasquariello, G Hammerl, F Örley, S Hickel, C Danowski, A Popp, ...
Journal of Computational Physics 307, 670-695, 2016
222016
A semi-smooth Newton method for orthotropic plasticity and frictional contact at finite strains
A Seitz, A Popp, WA Wall
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 285, 228-254, 2015
202015
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