Bernd Lenhof

Showing 10 publications

2011

A comparison of variational formats for porous media subjected to dynamic loading

Bernd Lenhof, Fredrik Larsson, Kenneth Runesson
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics. Vol. 35 (7), p. 807-823
Journal article
2009

Simulation of internal erosion in road structures

Bernd Lenhof, Kenneth Runesson, Fredrik Larsson
Svenska Mekanikdagarna Södertälje 2009, p. 54-
Conference contribution
2008

Assessment of acceleration modelling for fluid-filled porous media subjected to dynamic loading

Bernd Lenhof, Per Kettil, Kenneth Runesson et al
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics. Vol. 32 (2), p. 109-119
Journal article
2008

Rail- and Roadway Dynamics - uncoupled and coupled analysis

Nils-Erik Wiberg, Per Kettil, Torbjörn Ekevid et al
ECCOMAS Multidisciplinary Jubilee Symposium
Paper in proceedings
2008

Coupled simulation of wave propagation and water flow in soil induced by high-speed trains

Per Kettil, Bernd Lenhof, Kenneth Runesson et al
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics. Vol. 32 (11), p. 1311-1319
Journal article
2007

Simulation of inelastic deformation in road structures due to cyclic mechanical and thermal loads

Per Kettil, Bernd Lenhof, Kenneth Runesson et al
Computers & Structures. Vol. 85, p. 59-70
Journal article
2007

Simulation of Road Structures Subjected to Dynamic Loading

Bernd Lenhof, Per Kettil, Kenneth Runesson et al
EUROMECH Colloquium 489 "Modelling of Multiphase Materials"
Conference contribution
2006

On the treatment of convective terms in coupled hydro-mechanics for porous media subject to dynamic loading

Bernd Lenhof, Per Kettil, Kenneth Runesson et al
III European Conference on Computational Mechanics
Paper in proceedings

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