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Hüsnü Dal
Hüsnü Dal
Associate Professor of Solid Mechanics at Middle East Technical University, Department of Mechanical
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A phase‐field model for chemo‐mechanical induced fracture in lithium‐ion battery electrode particles
C Miehe, H Dal, LM Schänzel, A Raina
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 2016
1552016
A phase-field approach to model fracture of arterial walls: theory and finite element analysis
O Gültekin, H Dal, GA Holzapfel
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 312, 542-566, 2016
1292016
Bergström–Boyce model for nonlinear finite rubber viscoelasticity: theoretical aspects and algorithmic treatment for the FE method
H Dal, M Kaliske
Computational mechanics 44, 809-823, 2009
1242009
On the Performance of Isotropic Hyperelastic Constitutive Models for Rubber-Like Materials: A State of the Art Review
H Dal, K Açikgöz, Y Badienia
Applied Mechanics Review, 2021
1192021
Numerical aspects of anisotropic failure in soft biological tissues favor energy-based criteria: A rate-dependent anisotropic crack phase-field model
O Gültekin, H Dal, GA Holzapfel
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 331, 23-52, 2018
1132018
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
932009
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
842013
An extended eight-chain model for hyperelastic and finite viscoelastic response of rubberlike materials: Theory, experiments and numerical aspects
H Dal, O Gültekin, K Açıkgöz
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 145, 104159, 2020
532020
A phase-field model for fracture of unidirectional fiber-reinforced polymer matrix composites
FA Denli, O Gültekin, GA Holzapfel, H Dal
Computational Mechanics, 1-18, 2020
532020
Computational electro-chemo-mechanics of lithium-ion battery electrodes at finite strains
H Dal, C Miehe
Computational Mechanics, 1-23, 2015
522015
A constitutive model for finite deformation of amorphous polymers
R Fleischhauer, H Dal, M Kaliske, K Schneider
International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 65 (1), 48-63, 2012
512012
An orthotropic viscoelastic material model for passive myocardium: theory and algorithmic treatment
FBC Cansız, H Dal, M Kaliske
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 18 (11), 1160-1172, 2015
502015
Computational modeling of progressive damage and rupture in fibrous biological tissues: application to aortic dissection
O Gültekin, SP Hager, H Dal, GA Holzapfel
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 18, 1607-1628, 2019
482019
On the quasi-incompressible finite element analysis of anisotropic hyperelastic materials
O Gültekin, H Dal, GA Holzapfel
Computational mechanics 63, 443-453, 2019
432019
An endochronic plasticity formulation for filled rubber
C Netzker, H Dal, M Kaliske
International Journal of Solids and Structures 47 (18-19), 2371-2379, 2010
422010
Micro-sphere based viscoplastic constitutive model for uncured green rubber
H Dal, C Zopf, M Kaliske
International Journal of Solids and Structures, 2018
342018
A fully implicit finite element method for bidomain models of cardiac electrophysiology
H Dal, S Göktepe, M Kaliske, E Kuhl
Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering 15 (6), 645-656, 2012
342012
A comparative study on hyperelastic constitutive models on rubber: State of the art after 2006
H Dal, Y Badienia, K Açıkgöz, F Aksu Denli
Constitutive Models for Rubber XI: Proceedings of the 11th European …, 2019
312019
Computational cardiology: A modified Hill model to describe the electro-visco-elasticity of the myocardium
B Cansız, H Dal, M Kaliske
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 2017
312017
An affine microsphere approach to modeling strain-induced crystallization in rubbery polymers
A Nateghi, H Dal, MA Keip, C Miehe
Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics 30, 485-507, 2018
252018
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