Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics

(The H4-Index of Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics is 19. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-10-01 to 2023-10-01.)
Lattice shells composed of two families of curved Kirchhoff rods: an archetypal example, topology optimization of a cycloidal metamaterial51
Determination of metamaterial parameters by means of a homogenization approach based on asymptotic analysis50
Topology optimization of cracked structures using peridynamics47
Additive manufacturing introduced substructure and computational determination of metamaterials parameters by means of the asymptotic homogenization44
A Biot–Cosserat two-dimensional elastic nonlinear model for a micromorphic medium39
Computational analysis of an infinite magneto-thermoelastic solid periodically dispersed with varying heat flow based on non-local Moore–Gibson–Thompson approach39
An iso-parametric $$\pmb {\mathrm {G}^1}$$-conforming finite element for the nonlinear analysis of Kirchhoff rod. Part I: the 2D case36
Chiral metamaterial predicted by granular micromechanics: verified with 1D example synthesized using additive manufacturing30
Phenomenon of skin effect in metals due to hydrogen absorption28
Research perspective on multiphysics and multiscale materials: a paradigmatic case26
Micromechanics-based elasto-plastic–damage energy formulation for strain gradient solids with granular microstructure23
On nonlinear dilatational strain gradient elasticity23
Hygrothermal modeling of the buckling behavior of sandwich plates with nanocomposite face sheets resting on a Pasternak foundation22
Peridynamic model for visco-hyperelastic material deformation in different strain rates20
Antiplane shear of an asymmetric sandwich plate20
An analysis of dusty slip flow through a single-/multi-wall carbon nanotube20
On the effective properties of foams in the framework of the couple stress theory20
On thermal stability of piezo-flexomagnetic microbeams considering different temperature distributions19
Positive definiteness in coupled strain gradient elasticity19