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Researcher Profile

Sheikh Enamul Hoque M.Sc. (TUM)

 Sheikh Enamul Hoque M.Sc. (TUM)

Function

Junior Scientist

Center

Low-Emission Transport

Competence Unit

Light Metals Technologies Ranshofen

E-Mail

Sheikh.Hoque(at)ait.ac.at

Phone

+43 50550 6985

Address

Lamprechtshausener Straße 61, 5282 Braunau am Inn - Ranshofen

Career

Field: Numerical simulations of processes and components

Main Research: Metal-CFRP hybrid system

Experience: Crashworthiness simulation (FEM) of automotive components as well as whole vehicle, Characterization of plasticity and fracture behaviour of aluminum

Publications

  • Comparison of approaches to model viscoelasticity based on fractional time derivatives
    Author(s): Christoph Zopf, Sheikh Enamul Hoque, Michael Kaliske
    Journal: Computational Materials Science (2015)
  • Burr-free cutting edges by notch-shear cutting
    Author(s): Peter Sachnik, Sheikh Enamul Hoque, Wolfram Volk
    Journal: Journal of Materials Processing Technology (2017)
  • Aspects of numerical simulation for hybrid metal-cfrp components
    Author(s): Sheikh Enamul Hoque, Stefan Scheiblhofer, Stephan Ucsnik
  • A comparative study of the hexahedral elements in LS-DYNA for crashworthiness simulation
    Author(s): Sheikh Enamul Hoque, Stefan Scheiblhofer, Stephan Ucsnik

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