Ritukesh Bharali

Doctoral Student at Material and Computational Mechanics

Ritukesh Bharali’s research focuses on the development of multi-scale models for accelerated desiccation and progressive cracking of soil. The aim is to develop a computationally efficient virtual laboratory that is able to assess the risk of an embankment or a slope failure, under varying environmental conditions.

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A robust monolithic solver for phase-field fracture integrated with fracture energy based arc-length method and under-relaxation

Ritukesh Bharali, Somdatta Goswami, Cosmin Anitescu et al
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering. Vol. 394
Journal article

Computational aspects of the weak micro‐periodicity saddle point problem

Ritukesh Bharali, Fredrik Larsson, Ralf Jänicke
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. Vol. 20 (1)
Journal article

Multi-scale phase-field fracture model: Selective homogenization and macroscopic bounds

Ritukesh Bharali, Fredrik Larsson, Ralf Jänicke
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Computational homogenisation of phase-field fracture

Ritukesh Bharali, Fredrik Larsson, Ralf Jänicke
European Journal of Mechanics, A/Solids. Vol. 88
Journal article

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Modeling of desiccation cracking in soils due to climate change

Ralf Jänicke Material and Computational Mechanics
Jelke Dijkstra GeoEngineering
Fredrik Larsson Material and Computational Mechanics
Minna Karstunen GeoEngineering
Ritukesh Bharali Material and Computational Mechanics

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