Martin Fagerström

Docent at Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Material and Computational Mechanics

As associate professor in Computational Failure Mechanics, Martin Fagerström focuses his research on developing reliable and computationally efficient models for simulating failure in various types of materials. In current focus are lightweight materials and structures relevant for the automotive industry with coupling to Chalmers area of Advance Transport. Martin is also Competence Area Leader for "Structures and Materials" at SAFER (Chalmers Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre), responsible for the coordination of material and structure related research issues with respect to traffic safety.

Source: chalmers.se

Projects

2016–2019

Ductile fiber reinforced composites

Martin Fagerström Material and Computational Mechanics
Swedish Energy Agency

2013–2020

Modellering av krockbeteendet i framtida lättviktsfordon

Ragnar Larsson Material and Computational Mechanics
Johannes Främby Material and Computational Mechanics
Martin Fagerström Material and Computational Mechanics
Jim Brouzoulis Material and Computational Mechanics
VINNOVA

2014–2016

Strategic Research Area No.1 Modelling - Phase II

Lars Nyborg Materials and Manufacturing Technology
Fang Liu Materials Microstructure
Eduard Hryha Surface and Microstructure Engineering
Martin Fagerström Material and Computational Mechanics
VINNOVA

2012–2015

Modelling And Testing for Improved Safety of key composite StructurEs inalternatively powered vehicles (MATISSE)

Martin Fagerström Material and Computational Mechanics
Jim Brouzoulis Material and Computational Mechanics
European Commission (FP7)

6 publications exist
2013–2016

Computational modelling of ductile fracture on multiple geometrical scales

Martin Fagerström Material and Computational Mechanics
Erik Svenning Material and Computational Mechanics
Swedish Research Council (VR)

7 publications exist
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Publications

2017

Localization aligned weakly periodic boundary conditions

Erik Svenning, Martin Fagerström, Fredrik Larsson
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering. Vol. 111 (5), p. 493-500
Journal article
2017

Two-scale modeling of fracturing solids using a smeared macro-to-micro discontinuity transition

Erik Svenning, Fredrik Larsson, Martin Fagerström
Computational Mechanics. Vol. 60 (4), p. 627-641
Journal article
2016

Verdict Machinery: On the need to automatically make sense of test results

Martin Fagerström, Emre Emir Ismail, Grischa Liebel et al
International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis (ISSTA '16), p. 225-234
Paper in proceedings
2016

Computational homogenization of microfractured continua using weakly periodic boundary conditions

Erik Svenning, Martin Fagerström, Fredrik Larsson
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering. Vol. 299, p. 1-21
Journal article
2016

Strategies for modelling delamination growth using isogeometric continuum shell elements

Joris Remmers, Martin Fagerström
Proceedings of ECCM17 - 17th European Conference on Composite Materials, p. Code 126913-
Paper in proceedings
2016

On computational homogenization of microscale crack propagation

Erik Svenning, Martin Fagerström, Fredrik Larsson
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering. Vol. 108 (1), p. 76-90
Journal article
2016

An enriched shell element formulation for modeling of inter- and intralaminar crack propagation in laminates

Jim Brouzoulis, Martin Fagerström, Erik Svenning
Composite Structures. Vol. 136, p. 616-625
Journal article
2016

XFEM based element subscale refinement for detailed representation of crack propagation in large scale analyses

Salar Mostofizadeh, Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering. Vol. 10 (6), p. 549-572
Journal article
2016

Delamination initiation and propagation modelling with an enriched shell element formulation

Johannes Främby, Martin Fagerström, Jim Brouzoulis
Paper in proceedings
2016

A remedy for traction oscillations in interface elements

Erik Svenning, Martin Fagerström, Fredrik Larsson
Paper in proceedings
2016

Assessment of two methods for the accurate prediction of transverse stress distributions in laminates

Johannes Främby, Jim Brouzoulis, Martin Fagerström
Composite Structures. Vol. 140, p. 602-611
Journal article
2015

An enriched shell element formulation for efficient modeling of multiple delamination propagation in laminates

Jim Brouzoulis, Martin Fagerström
Composite Structures. Vol. 126 (August 2015), p. 196-206
Journal article
2015

Computational homogenization of fracturing continua using weakly periodic boundary conditions

Erik Svenning, Martin Fagerström, Fredrik Larsson
Proceedings of the IV International Conference on Computational Modeling of Fracture and Failure of Materials and Structures, 3-5 June 2015, Cachan, France, p. 172-173
Paper in proceedings
2015

Modelling multiple delamination and intralaminar cracks using a single-layer shell approach

Martin Fagerström, Jim Brouzoulis, Erik Svenning
Paper in proceedings
2015

Modelling of propagating delaminations in textile reinforced duroplast beams by an enriched shell element formulation

Jim Brouzoulis, Martin Fagerström, Johannes Främby et al
Paper in proceedings
2014

PREDICTION OF THROUGH-THICKNESS STRESS DISTRIBUTION IN LAMINATED SHELL STRUCTURES

Johannes Främby, Jim Brouzoulis, Martin Fagerström et al
Paper in proceedings
2014

Modeling microcracks using weak periodic boundary conditions and xfem

Erik Svenning, Martin Fagerström, Fredrik Larsson
Journal of Logic and Computation, p. 156-159
Paper in proceedings
2014

Computational homogenization of cracked microstructures

Erik Svenning, Martin Fagerström, Fredrik Larsson
Paper in proceedings
2014

On the subscale enrichment of crack tip element in XFEM and the phantom node method

Salar Mostofizadeh, Bert Sluys, Ragnar Larsson et al
Paper in proceedings
2014

A FE based machining simulation methodology accounting for cast iron microstructure

Goran Ljustina, Ragnar Larsson, Martin Fagerström
Finite Elements in Analysis and Design. Vol. 80, p. 1-10
Journal article
2014

Fracture modeling of composite laminates based on phase field damage evolution in shell kinematics

Ragnar Larsson, Jim Brouzoulis, Martin Fagerström
Paper in proceedings
2014

A fully coupled multiscale shell formulation for the modelling of fibre reinforced laminates

Johannes Främby, Jim Brouzoulis, Martin Fagerström et al
Paper in proceedings
2014

Modelling multiple delaminations and through-thickness cracking in fibre composites using shells

Martin Fagerström, Jim Brouzoulis, Erik Svenning
Paper in proceedings
2014

A shell element formulation for the simulation of propagating delamination and through-thickness cracks

Jim Brouzoulis, Martin Fagerström, Erik Svenning
Proceedings of 16th European Conference on Composite Materials - ECCM16, p. (8p)-
Paper in proceedings
2014

Rate Sensitive Continuum Damage Models and Mesh Dependence in Finite Element Analyses

Goran Ljustina, Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
The Scientific World Journal. Vol. 2014
Journal article
2013

Dynamic crack propagation in elastoplastic thin-walled structures: Modelling and validation

Salar Mostofizadeh, Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering. Vol. 96 (2), p. 63-86
Journal article
2013

Rate Sensitive Continuum Damage Models and Mesh Dependence in Finite Element Analyses

Ragnar Larsson, Goran Ljustina, Martin Fagerström
3rd International Conference on Material Modeling, p. 253-
Paper in proceedings
2013

Modelling of multiple delaminations in shells using XFEM

Jim Brouzoulis, Martin Fagerström
Proceedings for the 19th international conference on composite materials (ICCM19), p. 9590-
Paper in proceedings
2013

Rate Sensitive Continuum Damage Models and Mesh Dependence in Finite Element Analyses

Goran Ljustina, Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
MekIT'13 Seventh National Conference on Computational Mechanics, p. 21-32
Paper in proceedings
2013

Modelling of multiple delaminations in shells using XFEM

Jim Brouzoulis, Martin Fagerström
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 26th NORDIC SEMINAR ON COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS, p. 257-
Conference contribution
2013

Utilising the eXtended Finite Element Method (XFEM) to model failure of thin-walled structures

Martin Fagerström, Salar Mostofizadeh, Jim Brouzoulis
Conference contribution
2013

Subscale enrichment of discontinuity for XFEM crack tip element

Martin Fagerström, Salar Mostofizadeh, Ragnar Larsson
Conference contribution
2012

Hypo– and hyperinelasticity applied to modeling of compacted graphite iron machining simulations

Goran Ljustina, Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
European Journal of Mechanics, A/Solids. Vol. 37, p. 57-68
Journal article
2012

Dynamic ductile fracture in shells

Salar Mostofizadeh, Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson et al
Paper in proceedings
2012

Ductile dynamic fracture modeling using embedded strong discontinuities in CGI machining simulations

Ragnar Larsson, Goran Ljustina, Martin Fagerström
Paper in proceedings
2012

Ductile dynamic fracture modeling using embedded discontinuities in CGI machining simulations

Ragnar Larsson, Goran Ljustina, Martin Fagerström
Paper in proceedings
2012

Ductile dynamic fracture modeling using embedded strong discontinuities in CGI machining simulations

Goran Ljustina, Ragnar Larsson, Martin Fagerström
Paper in proceedings
2011

Constitutive Modeling of CGI Machining Simulations

Goran Ljustina, Ragnar Larsson, Martin Fagerström
Paper in proceedings
2011

Dynamic Ductile Fracture in Thin-walled Structures based on XFEM

Ragnar Larsson, Salar Mostofizadeh, Jesus Mediavilla et al
Paper in proceedings
2011

Hypo-- and hyperinelasticity applied to modeling of compacted graphite iron machining simulations

Goran Ljustina, Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
Proceedings of the 24th nordic seminar on computational mechanics, p. 59-62
Paper in proceedings
2010

Constitutive modeling and validation of CGI machining

Goran Ljustina, Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
Conference contribution
2010

A cohesive zone formulation of fracturing shells based on XFEM

Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson, Jesus Mediavilla
Paper in proceedings
2010

Dynamic fracture modeling in shell structures based on XFEM

Ragnar Larsson, Jesus Mediavilla, Martin Fagerström
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering. Vol. 86 (4-5), p. 499-527
Journal article
2009

A cohesive zone formulation for shell structures based on XFEM

Ragnar Larsson, Jesus Mediavilla, Martin Fagerström
Paper in proceedings
2008

Approaches to dynamic fracture modeling at finite deformations

Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
IUTAM Symposium - Progress in the Theory and Numerics of Configurational Mechanics (book of abstracts), p. 69-
Paper in proceedings
2008

Approaches to dynamic fracture modelling at finite deformations

Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. Vol. 56 (613-639)
Journal article
2008

A thermo-mechanical cohesive zone formulation for ductile fracture

Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. Vol. 56 (10), p. 3037-3058
Journal article
2007

Thermo-mechanical Modeling of Ductile Crack Propagation with Application to High Velocity Cutting

Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
9th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics, CD (1p abstract)
Paper in proceedings
2007

Approaches to dynamic fracture modelling at finite deformations

Ragnar Larsson, Martin Fagerström
Paper in proceedings
2006

Finite Deformation Fracture Modelling of a Thermo-Mechanical Cohesive Zone

Ragnar Larsson, Martin Fagerström
Paper in proceedings
2006

Theory and numerics for finite deformation fracture modelling using strong discontinuities

Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering. Vol. 66 (6), p. 911-948
Journal article
2005

A framework for fracture modelling based on the material forces concept with XFEM kinematics

Ragnar Larsson, Martin Fagerström
Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng.. Vol. 62, p. 1763-1788
Journal article
2005

On the Modelling of Fracture Using Strong Discontinuities

Martin Fagerström
Licentiate thesis
2005

Inverse discontinuity formulation of fracture

Ragnar Larsson, Martin Fagerström
J. Struct. Mech. - Rakenteiden Mekaniikka. Vol. 38 (3), p. 27-30
Magazine article
2005

Finite deformation fracture modelling using direct/inverse strong discontinuities

Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
Computational Plasticity VIII - Fundamentals and applications, D.R.J. Owen, E. Onate, and B. Suarez, CIMNE, Barcelona, p. 450-453
Paper in proceedings
2005

Inverse Discontinuity Formulation of Fracture

Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
Conference contribution
2005

An interface cohesive zone model based on an inverse strong discontinuity formulation

Ragnar Larsson, Martin Fagerström
Mechanics of Material Forces; (Advances in Mechanics and Mathematics, Vol. 11) ; Steinmann, Paul; Maugin, Gérard A. (Eds.), p. Chapter 27-
Chapter in monograph, book - peer reviewed
2003

Sprickmodellering enligt konceptet med materiella krafter

Martin Fagerström, Ragnar Larsson
Svenska Mekanikdagar, Göteborg, 2003, p. 1p abstract-
Conference contribution