Team

Tailored Simulation Tools - Team

Tailored Simulation Tools

TAILSIT GmbH
Nikolaiplatz 4
8020 Graz
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email  info@tailsit.com

Personal contact
email  Dr Jürgen Zechner
email  Dr Lars Kielhorn
email  Dr Thomas Rüberg

Expertise

Our team members hold Diplomas in Civil Engineering and PhDs in Computational Mechanics with a strong focus on Boundary Element Methods and Finite Element Methods. Each of us has a long-standing experience in the development and design of simulation software. Our research results have been published in several journal articles, conference presentations and other media. The TAILSIT team contributed to several projects involving partners from industry.


Projects

Our team strongly contributed to the following projects:

  • Boundary Element Template Library (BETL)

    Code design and development
    ETH Zürich,  Website
  • Controlled Component- and Assembly-Level Optimization of Industrial Devices (CASOPT)

    In corporation with  Asea Brown Boveri (ABB), Website
  • Gravity Field and Steady-State Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE)

    A project of the European Space Agency (ESA),  Website
  • Computational Toolbox for Fluid-Membrane Interaction with Applications to Micro Air Vehicles and Insect Flight

    Prinicipal Investigator: Dr F. Cirak, University of Cambridge; Funded by EPSRC, UK, Website
  • Numerical Simulation of Cortical Folding

    Principal Investigator: Dr T. Rüberg; Funded by ARAID, Spain, Website
  • Isogeometric Boundary Element Methods

    FWF,  Abstract
  • App Development in e-Learning

    Graz University of Technology
    iVisiCESchnittkraftmeister
  • Technology Innovation in Underground Construction (TUNCONSTRUCT)

    EU Funding, Website
  • Security of Road Transport Networks (SERON)

    EU Funding, Website

Selected Publications

2017     L. Kielhorn, T. Rüberg and J. Zechner. Gekoppelte Elektromagnetische Feldsimulation mit FEM und BEM. NAFEMS Online Magazine
2017 B. Marussig, J. Zechner, G. Beer and TP. Fries. Stable isogeometric analysis of trimmed geometries. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
2016     T. Rüberg and José Manuel García Aznar. Numerical simulation of solid deformation driven by creeping flow using an immersed finite element method. Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences
2016 K. Bandara, T. Rüberg and F. Cirak. Shape optimisation with multiresolution subdivision surfaces and immersed finite elements. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
2015 B. Marussig, J. Zechner, G. Beer and TP. Fries. Fast isogeometric boundary element method based on independent field approximation. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
2014 T. Rüberg and F. Cirak. A fixed-grid b-spline finite element technique for fluid-structure interaction. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids
2012 R. Hiptmair and L. Kielhorn. BETL - A Boundary Element Template Library. Technical Report 2012-36, Seminar for Applied Mathematics, ETH Zurich
2012 T. Rüberg and F. Cirak. Subdivision-stabilised immersed b-spline finite elements for moving boundary flows. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
2012 J. Zechner and G. Beer. A Fast Elasto-plastic Formulation with Hierarchical Matrices and the Boundary Element Method. Computational Mechanics
2011 T. Rüberg and F. Cirak. An immersed finite element method with integral equation correction. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering
2009 L. Kielhorn. A Time-Domain Symmetric Galerkin Boundary Element Method for Viscoelastodynamics. Volume 5 of Computation in Engineering and Science. Verlag der Technischen Universität Graz
2008 L. Kielhorn and M. Schanz. Convolution Quadrature Method based symmetric Galerkin Boundary Element Method for 3-d elastodynamics. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering
2008 T. Rüberg and M. Schanz. Coupling finite and boundary element methods for static and dynamic elastic problems with non-conforming interfaces. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
2008 T. Rüberg. Non-conforming FEM/BEM Coupling in Time Domain. Volume 3 of Computation in Engineering and Science. Verlag der Technischen Universität Graz
2005 M. Schanz, H. Antes, T. Rüberg. Convolution quadrature boundary element method for quasi-static visco- and poroelastic continua. Computers & Structures
2005 J. M. García-Aznar, T. Rueberg, and M. Doblaré. A bone remodelling model coupling microdamage growth and repair by 3D BMU-activity. Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology

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