PANDAS

Porous Media Adaptive Nonlinear finite element solver based on Differential Algebraic Systems. PANDAS is a finite element package especially designed for the solution of strongly coupled multiphasic porous media problems in solid-fluid interaction. Porous media problems occur in various fields of engineering, as e.g. in soil and rock mechanics or foam and tissue engineering. In general, porous media models include the interacting behaviour of a deforming skeleton and a pore-fluid flow. In addition, thermal as well as chemical and electrochemical phenomena may occur and can be considered within the PANDAS package.


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  1. Garipov, T. T.; Tomin, P.; Rin, R.; Voskov, D. V.; Tchelepi, H. A.: Unified thermo-compositional-mechanical framework for reservoir simulation (2018)
  2. Johlitz, Michael; Dippel, Benedikt; Lion, Alexander: Dissipative heating of elastomers: a new modelling approach based on finite and coupled thermomechanics (2016)
  3. Dippel, Benedikt; Johlitz, Michael; Lion, Alexander: Ageing of polymer bonds: a coupled chemomechanical modelling approach (2014)
  4. Ehlers, Wolfgang; Schenke, Maik; Markert, Bernd: Liquefaction phenomena in fluid-saturated soil based on the theory of porous media and the framework of elasto-plasticity (2014)
  5. Johlitz, Michael; Lion, Alexander: Chemo-thermomechanical ageing of elastomers based on multiphase continuum mechanics (2013)
  6. Johlitz, Michael; Diebels, Stefan; Possart, Wulff: Investigation of the thermoviscoelastic material behaviour of adhesive bonds close to the Glass transition temperature (2012)
  7. Karajan, Nils: Multiphasic intervertebral disc mechanics: theory and application (2012)
  8. Liebl, Christoph; Johlitz, Michael; Yagimli, Bülent; Lion, Alexander: Three-dimensional chemo-thermomechanically coupled simulation of curing adhesives including viscoplasticity and chemical shrinkage (2012)
  9. Liebl, Christoph; Johlitz, Michael; Yagimli, Bülent; Lion, Alexander: Simulation of curing-induced viscoplastic deformation: a new approach considering chemo-thermomechanical coupling (2012)
  10. Ehlers, Wolfgang; Markert, Bernd; Acartürk, Ayhan: Swelling phenomena in electro-chemically active hydrated porous media (2011)
  11. Ehlers, Wolfgang; Acartürk, Ayhan; Karajan, Nils: Advances in modelling saturated soft biological tissues and chemically active gels (2010)
  12. Freiboth, Sandra; Class, Holger; Helmig, Rainer; Graf, Tobias; Ehlers, Wolfgang; Schwarz, Viktoria; Vrettos, Christos: A model for multiphase flow and transport in porous media including a phenomenological approach to account for deformation -- a model concept and its validation within a code intercomparison study (2009)
  13. Johlitz, Michael; Steeb, Holger; Jänicke, Ralf; Diebels, Stefan: Effective properties and size effects in filled polymers (2008)
  14. Graf, T.; Ehlers, W.: Modelling of multiphasic flow phenomena in deformable porous materials under consideration of thermal effects (2005)
  15. Ehlers, W.; Graf, T.; Ammann, M.: Deformation and localization analysis of partially saturated soil (2004)
  16. Ehlers, Wolfgang; Acartürk, Ayhan; Markert, Bernd: A continuum approach for the swelling of charged hydrated media (2003)
  17. Ehlers, Wolfgang: Foundations of multiphasic and porous materials (2002)
  18. Ehlers, Wolfgang: Continuum and numerical simulation of porous materials in science and technology (2002)
  19. Ehlers, Wolfgang; Markert, Bernd: Intrinsic viscoelasticity of porous materials (2000)