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Ricardo J Alves de Sousa
Ricardo J Alves de Sousa
Assistant Professor with Habilitation, University of Aveiro
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A new one‐point quadrature enhanced assumed strain (EAS) solid‐shell element with multiple integration points along thickness—part II: nonlinear applications
RJ Alves de Sousa, RPR Cardoso, RA Fontes Valente, JW Yoon, ...
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 67 (2), 160-188, 2006
1892006
Single point incremental forming: An assessment of the progress and technology trends from 2005 to 2015
AK Behera, RA de Sousa, G Ingarao, V Oleksik
Journal of Manufacturing Processes 27, 37-62, 2017
1882017
Enhanced assumed strain (EAS) and assumed natural strain (ANS) methods for one‐point quadrature solid‐shell elements
RPR Cardoso, JW Yoon, M Mahardika, S Choudhry, RJ Alves de Sousa, ...
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 75 (2), 156-187, 2008
1882008
A new volumetric and shear locking‐free 3D enhanced strain element
RJA De Sousa, RMN Jorge, RAF Valente, JMAC De Sá
Engineering Computations, 2003
1322003
Motorcycle helmets—A state of the art review
FAO Fernandes, RJA De Sousa
Accident Analysis & Prevention 56, 1-21, 2013
1252013
On the use of a reduced enhanced solid-shell (RESS) element for sheet forming simulations
RJA De Sousa, JW Yoon, RPR Cardoso, RAF Valente, JJ Gracio
International Journal of Plasticity 23 (3), 490-515, 2007
1082007
Lubrication aspects during single point incremental forming for steel and aluminum materials
NG Azevedo, JS Farias, RP Bastos, P Teixeira, JP Davim, ...
International Journal of precision engineering and manufacturing 16 (3), 589-595, 2015
922015
An enhanced strain 3D element for large deformation elastoplastic thin-shell applications
RA Valente, RJ Sousa, RM Jorge
Computational Mechanics 34 (1), 38-52, 2004
922004
On the Assumed Natural Strain method to alleviate locking in solid-shell NURBS-based finite elements
JF Caseiro, RAF Valente, A Reali, J Kiendl, F Auricchio, ...
Computational Mechanics 53 (6), 1341-1353, 2014
712014
Static and dynamic mechanical response of different cork agglomerates
RT Jardin, FAO Fernandes, AB Pereira, RJA de Sousa
Materials & Design 68, 121-126, 2015
682015
Assumed natural strain NURBS-based solid-shell element for the analysis of large deformation elasto-plastic thin-shell structures
JF Caseiro, RAF Valente, A Reali, J Kiendl, F Auricchio, RJA de Sousa
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 284, 861-880, 2015
662015
New composite liners for energy absorption purposes
RM Coelho, RJA de Sousa, FAO Fernandes, F Teixeira-Dias
Materials & Design 43, 384-392, 2013
622013
Head injury predictors in sports trauma–a state-of-the-art review
FAO Fernandes, RJA Sousa
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of …, 2015
602015
Sheet metal forming simulation using EAS solid-shell finite elements
MPL Parente, RAF Valente, RMN Jorge, RPR Cardoso, RJA de Sousa
Finite Elements in Analysis and Design 42 (13), 1137-1149, 2006
592006
Finite element analysis of helmeted oblique impacts and head injury evaluation with a commercial road helmet
FAO Fernandes, RJA De Sousa
Struct. Eng. Mech 48 (5), 661-679, 2013
572013
Modelling impact response of agglomerated cork
FAO Fernandes, RJS Pascoal, RJA De Sousa
Materials & Design 58, 499-507, 2014
562014
Método dos elementos finitos: técnicas de simulação numérica em engenharia
F Teixeira-Dias, J Pinho-da-Cruz, RAF Valente, RJA de Sousa
ETEP-Technical and Professional Editions, 2010
542010
Comparing the mechanical performance of synthetic and natural cellular materials
FAO Fernandes, RT Jardin, AB Pereira, RJA De Sousa
Materials & Design 82, 335-341, 2015
522015
A solid-shell layerwise finite element for non-linear geometric and material analysis
RAS Moreira, RJA de Sousa, RAF Valente
Composite Structures 92 (6), 1517-1523, 2010
492010
Assessing impact velocity and temperature effects on crashworthiness properties of cork material
M Ptak, P Kaczynski, FAO Fernandes, RJA de Sousa
International Journal of Impact Engineering 106, 238-248, 2017
422017
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