Mikael Öhman

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2019

CCBuilder: a software that produces synthetic microstructures of WC-Co cemented carbides

Sven A.E. Johansson, Mikael Öhman, Magnus Ekh et al
International Journal of Refractory Metals and Hard Materials. Vol. 78, p. 210-218
Journal article
2016

Computational homogenization of liquid-phase sintering based on a mixed variational format

Mikael Öhman, Fredrik Larsson, Kenneth Runesson
GAMM Mitteilungen. Vol. 39 (2), p. 189-209
Journal article
2015

On the variationally consistent computational homogenization of elasticity in the incompressible limit

Mikael Öhman, Kenneth Runesson, Fredrik Larsson
Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences. Vol. 2 (1)
Journal article
2013

Computational homogenization of liquid-phase sintering with seamless transition from macroscopic compressibility to incompressibility

Mikael Öhman, Fredrik Larsson, Kenneth Runesson
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering. Vol. 266, p. 219-228
Journal article
2013

On the formulation of a computational homogenization scheme with seamless transition from compressible to incompressible microstructures

Mikael Öhman, Fredrik Larsson, Kenneth Runesson
CMM 2013, 20th International Conference on Computer Methods in Mechanics 2013
Conference contribution
2012

Computational mesoscale modeling and homogenization of liquid-phase sintering of particle agglomerates

Mikael Öhman, Fredrik Larsson, Kenneth Runesson
Technische Mechanik. Vol. 32, p. 463-483
Journal article
2012

FE2 for liquid-phase sintering with seamless transition from macroscopic compressibility to incompressibility

Mikael Öhman, Kenneth Runesson, Fredrik Larsson
ECCOMAS 2012, European Congress on Computational Methods in Science and Engineering, (1 p. abstract)
Conference contribution
2010

Multiscale Modeling of Sintering of Hard Metal

Mikael Öhman, Kenneth Runesson, Fredrik Larsson
23rd Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics. A. Eriksson, G. Tibert. KTH, Stockholm 2010, p. 334-336
Paper in proceedings

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