Kristoffer Carlsson

Doctoral Student at Material and Computational Mechanics

Kristoffer Carlsson is since 2014 a PhD student at the Division of Material and Computational Mechanics. He works in a VR project on variationally consistent homogenization of gradient enhanced material models. His supervisors are Fredrik Larsson, Kenneth Runesson and Magnus Ekh.

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2019

Tensors.jl — Tensor Computations in Julia

Kristoffer Carlsson, Fredrik Ekre
Journal of Open Research Software. Vol. 7 (1)
Journal article
2019

Bounds on the effective response for gradient crystal inelasticity based on homogenization and virtual testing

Kristoffer Carlsson, Fredrik Larsson, Kenneth Runesson
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering. Vol. 119 (4), p. 281-304
Journal article
2017

On computational homogenization of gradient crystal inelasticity

Kristoffer Carlsson
Licentiate thesis
2017

A comparison of the primal and semi-dual variational formats of gradient-extended crystal inelasticity

Kristoffer Carlsson, Kenneth Runesson, Fredrik Larsson et al
Computational Mechanics. Vol. 60 (4), p. 531-548
Journal article
2016

COMPUTATIONAL ISSUES OF GRADIENT-EXTENDED CRYSTAL INELASTICITY

Kristoffer Carlsson, Magnus Ekh, Kenneth Runesson et al
NSCM, 26 - 28 October, Göteborg, 2016 4 page extended abstract
Paper in proceedings
2016

A Comparison of Computational Formats of Gradient-Extended Crystal Viscoplasticity in the Context of Selective Homogenization

Kristoffer Carlsson, Magnus Ekh, Fredrik Larsson et al
Eccomas, 5-10 juni, Kreta, 2016 (1 page abstract)
Paper in proceedings
2015

Computational modeling issues of gradient-extended viscoplasticity

Kristoffer Carlsson, Magnus Ekh, Fredrik Larsson et al
Svenska Mekanikdagar, 10-12 juni, Linköping, 2015 (1 page abstract)
Paper in proceedings

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