Peer-reviewed journal articles indexed in international databases

  1. Guillaume Altmeyer, Benoît Panicaud, Emmanuelle Rouhaud, Mingchuan Wang, Arjen Roos, Richard Kerner,
    Viscoelasticity behavior for finite deformations, using a consistent hypoelastic model based on Rivlin materials.
    Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics, 1–18.
    2016.
  2. Mingchuan Wang, Benoît Panicaud, Emmanuelle Rouhaud, Richard Kerner, Arjen Roos,
    Incremental constitutive models for elastoplastic materials undergoing finite deformations by using a four-dimensional formalism.
    International Journal of Engineering Science 106, 199–219.
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijengsci.2016.06.006, 2016.
  3. Benoît Panicaud, Emmanuelle Rouhaud, Guillaume Altmeyer, Mingchuan Wang, Richard Kerner, Arjen Roos, O. Ameline,
    Consistent hypo-elastic behavior using the four-dimensional formalism of differential geometry.
    Acta Mechanica 227(3), 651–675.
    2016.
  4. Guillaume Altmeyer, Emmanuelle Rouhaud, Benoît Panicaud, Arjen Roos, Richard Kerner, Mingchuan Wang,
    Viscoelastic models with consistent hypoelasticity for fluids undergoing finite deformations.
    Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials 19(3), 375–395.
    2015.
  5. Mingchuan Wang, Emmanuelle Rouhaud, Arjen Roos, Benoit Panicaud, Richard kerner, Olivier Ameline,
    Anisotropic elastic behaviour using the four-dimansional formalism of differential geometry.
    Computational Materials Science.
    2014.

Unindexed peer-reviewed journal articles

  1. Altmeyer G., Benoit Panicaud, Emmanuelle Rouhaud, Mingchuan Wang, Arjen Roos, Richard Kerner,
    Viscoelasticity behavior for finite deformations, using a consistent hypoelatic model based on Rivlin materials.
    Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics 28, 1741–1758.
    2016.

Conference talks with no proceedings

  1. Emmanuelle Rouhaud, Benoit Panicaud, Mingchuan Wang, F. Sidoroff, Richard Kerner,
    Eulerian approach with the Lie derivative for a thermodynamic construction of hyperelastic models.
    CITV, La Rochelle, France.
    2016.
  2. Mingchuan Wang, Benoit Panicaud, Emmanuelle Rouhaud, Richard Kerner, Arjen Roos,
    Constitutive models for elastoplasticity from a 4D thermodynamic construction and its applications to the simulation of large deformations.
    NUMIFORM Troyes, France.
    2016.
  3. Mingchuan Wang, Benoit Panicaud, Emmanuelle Rouhaud, F. Sidoroff, Richard Kerner,
    The covariance principle and a 4D formalism for rate formulations of constitutive models.
    ICDM2, Troyes, France.
    2015.
  4. Benoit Panicaud, Emmanuelle Rouhaud, Mingchuan Wang, F. Sidoroff, Richard Kerner,
    Eulerian approach with the Lie derivative for a thermodynamic construction of 4D constitutive models. Application to elasto-plastic materials undergoing finite deformations.
    ICMM4, Berkeley, Etats-Unis.
    2015.
  5. Guillaume Altmeyer, Emmanuelle Rouhaud, Benoit Panicaud, Mingchuan Wang, Richard Kerner, Arjen Roos,
    Viscoelasticity modeling in finite transformations using Lie derivative. Application to Maxwell time models..
    24th International Workshop on Computational Micromechanics of Materials (IWCMM24), Madrid, Spain,.
    2014.
  6. Emmanuelle Rouhaud, O. Ameline, Guillaume Altmeyer, Benoit Panicaud, Mingchuan Wang, Arjen Roos, Richard Kerner,
    Construction of frame-indifferent constitutive models for viscoelastic materials undergoing finite transformations with the four-dimensional formalism of the theory of relativity.
    9th International Conference on the Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials (MTDM), Montréal.
    2014.
  7. Benoit Panicaud, Mingchuan Wang, Emmanuelle Rouhaud, Arjen Roos, Richard Kerner,
    On the use of a four-dimensional formalism to build linear or non-linear anisotropic elastic behaviors. Application to micromechanical problems.
    International workshop on Computational mechanics of Materials (IWCMM XXIII) Singapore,.
    2013.

Conference posters

  1. Mingchuan Wang, Emmanuelle Rouhaud, Benoit Panicaud,
    Conditions to establish hyperelasticity from hypoelastic models and vice-versa,.
    Mecamat, Aussois, France.
    2016.
  2. Mingchuan Wang, Benoit Panicaud, Emmanuelle Rouhaud, Guillaume Altmeyer, Richard Kerner, Arjen Roos,
    Incremental constitutive equation for elastoplasticity in finite transformations using a four-dimensional formalism..
    Multi-Physics modeling of solids (MPMS) Palaiseau, France.
    2014.