Lars Edvard Blystad Dæhli
Background and activities
I graduated with an MSc in Structural Engineering from NTNU in 2013. The topic of the MSc thesis was numerical modelling of shear wave propagation in soft tissue with a tumor inclusion. In 2017, I earned my PhD with the thesis "Numerical studies on ductile failure of aluminium alloys".
My main research interests are within computational mechanics and material modelling, and particularly micromechanically-based models of plasticity and ductile fracture in aluminium alloys. As a researcher in the CASA project, my research is currently focussed on cast aluminium alloys, which involves characterization and modelling of the material behaviour through experimental and numerical work.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
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- (2022) Ductile failure predictions using micromechanically-based computational models. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. vol. 164.
- (2020) A Numerical Study on Ductile Failure of Porous Ductile Solids With Rate-Dependent Matrix Behavior. Journal of applied mechanics. vol. 87 (3).
- (2019) Effective behaviour of porous ductile solids with a non-quadratic isotropic matrix yield surface. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. vol. 130.
- (2018) A Lode-dependent Gurson model motivated by unit cell analyses. Engineering Fracture Mechanics. vol. 190.
- (2017) Unit cell simulations and porous plasticity modelling for strongly anisotropic FCC metals. European Journal of Mechanics. A, Solids. vol. 65.
- (2017) Influence of yield surface curvature on the macroscopic yielding and ductile failure of isotropic porous plastic materials. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. vol. 107.
- (2016) Influence of loading path on ductile fracture of tensile specimens made from aluminium alloys. International Journal of Solids and Structures. vol. 88-89.