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Dr. Thomas Wick

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Thomas Wick

Peer Reviewed Journal Publication
  • Toulopoulos, Ioannis; Wick, Thomas (2017) NUMERICAL METHODS FOR POWER-LAW DIFFUSION PROBLEMS. SIAM J. Sci. Comput., Bd. 39 (3), S. A681-A710.
  • Lee, Sanghyun; Wheeler, Mary F.; Wick, Thomas (2017) Iterative coupling of flow, geomechanics and adaptive phase-field fracture including level-set crack width approaches. J. Comput. Appl. Math., Bd. 314, S. 40-60.
  • Lee, Sanghyun; Wheeler, Mary F.; Wick, Thomas; Srinivasan, Sanjay (2017) Initialization of phase-field fracture propagation in porous media using probability maps of fracture networks. Mech. Res. Commun., Bd. 80, S. 16-23.
  • Wick, Thomas; Frei, Stefan; Richter, Thomas (2016) Long-term simulation of large deformation, mechano-chemical fluid-structure interactions in ALE and fully Eulerian coordinates. Journal of Computational Physics, Bd. 321, S. 874-891.
  • Lee, S.; Mikelic, A.; Wheeler, M. F.; Wick, T. (2016) Phase-field modeling of proppant-filled fractures in a poroelastic medium. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Bd. 312, S. 509-541.
  • Lee, S.; Wheeler, M. F.; Wick, T.; Srinivasan, S. (2016) Initialization of phase-field fracture propagation in porous media using probability maps of fracture networks. Mechanics Research Communications, Bd. in press, doi:, S. 10.1016/j.mechrescom.2016.04.002.
  • Wick, Thomas (2016) Goal functional evaluations for phase-field fracture using PU-based DWR mesh adaptivity. Comput. Mech., Bd. 57 (6), S. 1017-1035.
  • Lee, Sanghyun; Wheeler, Mary F.; Wick, Thomas (2016) Pressure and fluid-driven fracture propagation in porous media using an adaptive finite element phase field model. Comput. Meth. Appl. Mech. Eng., Bd. 305, S. 111-132.
  • Wick, Thomas (2016) Coupling fluid-structure interaction with phase-field fracture. Journal of Computational Physics, Bd. 327, S. 67-96.
  • Wick, D.; Wick, T.; Hellmig, R. J.; Christ, H-J (2015) Numerical simulations of crack propagation in screws with phase-field modeling. Comput. Mater. Sci., Bd. 109, S. 367-379.
  • A. Mikelic, M.F. Wheeler, T. Wick (2015) Phase-field modeling of a fluid-driven fracture in a poroelastic medium. Computational Geosciences, Bd. 1, S. 38.
  • T. Wick, G. Singh, M.F. Wheeler (2015, online: 2015) Fluid-Filled Fracture Propagation using a Phase-Field Approach and Coupling to a Reservoir Simulator. SPE Journal, Bd. 1, S. 20.
  • D. Wick, T. Wick, R.J. Hellmig, H.-J. Christ (2015) Numerical simulations of crack propagation in screws with phase-field modeling (submitted). Computational Materials Science (accepted in July 2015), Bd. 1, S. 29 pages.
  • A. Mikelic, M. F. Wheeler, T. Wick (2015, online: 2015) A phase-field method for propagating fluid-filled fractures coupled to a surrounding porous medium. SIAM Multiscale Modeling and Simulation, Bd. 13 (1), S. 367-398.
  • T. Heister, M.F. Wheeler, T. Wick (2015, online: 2015) A primal-dual active set method and predictor-corrector mesh adaptivityfor computing fracture propagation using a phase-field approach. Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., Bd. 290, S. 466-495.
  • A. Mikelic, M. F. Wheeler, T. Wick (2015, online: 2015) A quasistatic phase field approach to pressurized fractures. Nonlinearity, Bd. 28 (5), S. 1371-1399.
  • T. Richter, T. Wick (2015, online: 2014) Variational Localizations of the Dual-Weighted Residual Estimator. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, Bd. 279, S. 192-208.
  • B. Ganis, M. Mear, A. Sakhaee-Pour, M. F. Wheeler, T. Wick (2014, online: 2014) Modeling Fluid Injection in Fractures with a Reservoir Simulator Coupled to a Boundary Element Method. Computational Geosciences, Bd. 18 (5), S. 613-624.
  • M. F. Wheeler, T. Wick, W. Wollner (2014, online: 2014) An Augmented-Lagrangian Method for the Phase-Field Approach for Pressurized Fractures. Comp. Meth. Appl. Mech. Engrg, Bd. 271, S. 69-85.

Contribution in Collection
  • Wick, T. (2016, online: 2016) Coupling fluid-structure interaction with phase-field fracture: modeling and a numerical example.
  • Mital, P.; Wick, T.; Wheeler, M.F.; Pencheva, G. (2016, online: 2016) Discontinuous and enriched Galerkin methods for phase-field fracture propagation in elasticity.
  • Wick, T. (2015) Dual-weighted residual adaptivity for phase-field fracture propagation., S. 619-620.
  • Wick, T. (2015) Goal-oriented error estimation and mesh adaptivity for phase-field-based fracture propagation (YIC-GACM Proc. in Aachen July 20-24, 2015).
  • K. Kumar, T. van Noorden, M. F. Wheeler, T. Wick (2014, online: 2014) An ALE-based method for reaction-induced boundary movement towards clogging., ENUMATH Proc.: Springer.
  • S. Frei, T. Richter, T. Wick (2014, online: 2014) Eulerian Techniques for Fluid-Structure Interactions - Part II: Applications., ENUMATH Proc.: Springer.
  • S. Frei, T. Richter, T. Wick (2014, online: 2014) Eulerian Techniques for Fluid-Structure Interactions - Part I: Modeling and Simulation., ENUMATH Proc.: Springer.
  • T. Richter, T. Wick (2014, online: 2014) On time discretizations of fluid-structure interactions., Multiple Shooting and Time Domain Decomposition Methods: Springer.
  • T. Wick, G. Singh, M.F. Wheeler (2014, online: 2014) Pressurized-Fracture propagation using a phase-field approach coupled to a reservoir simulator.: Society of Petroleum Engineers.
  • G. Singh, G. Pencheva, T. Wick, B. Ganis, M.F. Wheeler (2014, online: 2014) Impact of accurate fractured reservoir flow modeling on recovery predictions.: Society of Petroleum Engineers.

Research Report
  • (2015) Initializing of phase-field fracture propagation in porous media using probability maps of fracture networks.
  • Wick, T. (2015, online: 2015) Variational-monolithic ALE fluid-structure interaction: Comparison of computational cost and mesh regularity using different mesh motion techniques.
  • I. Neitzel, T. Wick, W. Wollner (2015, online: 2015) An Optimal Control Problem Governed by a Regularized Phase-Field Fracture Propagation Model. Bericht-Nr. IGDK-2015-12;. (link)
  • Wick, T. (2015) Error analysis and partition-of-unity based dual-weighted residual mesh adaptivity for phase-field fracture problems (submitted).
  • S. Lee, M.F. Wheeler, T. Wick (2015, online: 2015) 3D Fluid Filled Fracture Propagation in Porous Media using Phase Field and Adaptive Finite Elements.
  • T. Wick, W. Wollner (2014, online: 2014) On the differentiability of fluid-structure interaction problems with respect to the problem data. Bericht-Nr. RICAM Preprint 2014-16; . (link)
  • T. Heister, M. F. Wheeler, T. Wick (2014, online: 2014) A primal-dual active set method and predictor-corrector mesh adaptivity for computing fracture propagation using a phase-field approach. Bericht-Nr. ICES Preprint 14-27; . (link)
  • S. Frei, T. Richter, T. Wick (2014, online: 2014) Solid growth and clogging in fluid-structure interaction using ALE and fully Eulerian coordinates.
  • Wick, T. Coupling fluid-structure interaction with phase-field fracture: modeling and a numerical example.
  • Goal functional evaluations for phase-field fracture using PUM-based DWR mesh adaptivity.
  • Wick, T. Coupling fluid-structure interaction with phase-field fracture.
  • Coupling fluid-structure interaction with phase-field fracture: modeling and a numerical example.
  • Wick, T. Goal functional evaluations for phase-field fracture using PUM-based DWR mesh adaptivity.
  • S. Lee, M.F. Wheeler, T. Wick Pressure and fluid-driven fracture propagation in porous media using an adaptive finite element phase-field model.
  • S. Lee, A. Mikelic, M.F. Wheeler, T. Wick Phase-field modeling of proppant-filled fractures in a poroelastic medium.
  • S. Lee, M.F. Wheeler, T. Wick, S. Srinivasan Initializing of phase-field fracture propagation in porous media using probability maps of fracture networks.
  • S. Frei, T. Richter, T. Wick Long-term simulation of large deformation, mechano-chemical fluid-structure interactions in ALE and fully Eulerian coordinates.

Other Publication
  • Wick, T. (2014, online: 2014) Modeling, Discretization, Optimization, and Simulation of Fluid-Structure Interaction (lecture notes). (link)