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Dr.-Ing. Fabian Spreng (2011 - 2016)

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Institute of Engineering and Computational Mechanics
University of Stuttgart
Pfaffenwaldring 9
70569 Stuttgart, Germany
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Fields of Research

Dissertation

Publications

  • published, accepted for publication, submitted for publication

Talks

Supervised Theses

  • Fischer, Tim: Foundations to consider "inverse crack" problems in Friction Stir Welding using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics, STUD-428.
    University of Stuttgart, Institute of Engineering and Computational Mechanics, 2015.

  • Hamann, Dominik: Analysis of the SPH solid formulation used for simulating Friction Stir Welding in Pasimodo. Student research project, Studienarbeit 759023, STUD-410.
    University of Stuttgart, Institute for Materials Testing, Materials Science and Strength of Materials, 2014.

  • Schelling, Julian: Fluid-structure interaction simulation with the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics method. Student research project, STUD-407.
    University of Stuttgart, Institute of Engineering and Computational Mechanics, 2014.

  • Waldner, Daniela: Development and implementation of a TCP/IP-based SPH/FEM coupling algorithm. Student research project, STUD-405.
    University of Stuttgart, Institute of Engineering and Computational Mechanics, 2014.

  • Ünsal, Ismail: Extension of the existing SPH solid model in Pasimodo with fracture models designed for tensile and pressure loading of ductile material. Student research project, STUD-402.
    University of Stuttgart, Institute of Engineering and Computational Mechanics, 2013.

  • Hamann, Dominik: Extension of the existing SPH solid model in Pasimodo with the Johnson-Cook material formulation. Bachelor thesis, BSC-2.
    University of Stuttgart, Institute of Engineering and Computational Mechanics, 2012.

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