Haim Waisman
Associate Professor

Civil Engineering &
Engineering Mechanics
624 S.W. Mudd
500 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10027-6699

Phone: (212) 851-0408
Fax: (212) 854 -6267
Email: waisman@civil. columbia.edu

 

Publications

Journal Publications

 

[81] B. San, H. Waisman and I. Harari, Analytical and numerical shape optimization of a class of structures under mass constraints and self-weight, Journal of Engineering Mechanics, Accepted, May 2019.

[80] R. Shen, H. Waisman, Z. Yosibash, G. Dahan, A novel phase field method for modeling the fracture of long bones, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, Accepted, Apr. 2019. (link)

[79] LP Yi, XG Li, ZZ Yang, H. Waisman, A fully coupled fluid flow and rock damage model for hydraulic fracture of porous media, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 178: 814-828, 2019. (link)

[78] J.B. Russ and H. Waisman, Topology optimization for brittle fracture resistance , Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 347(15):238-263, 2019. (link)

[77] C. Xing, Y. Wang and H. Waisman, Fracture analysis of cracked thin-walled structures using a high-order XFEM and Irwin's integral, Computers and Structures, 212:1-19, 2019. (link)

[76] M. Passeto, H. Waisman and J.S. Chen, A Waveform Relaxation Newmark Method for Structural Dynamics Problem, Computational Mechanics, 63(6): 1223–1242, 2019. (link)

[75] R. Shen, H. Waisman and L. Guo, Fracture of viscoelastic solids modeled with a modified phase field method, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 346: 862-890, 2019. (link)

[74] L. Berger-Vergiat, X. Chen and H. Waisman, Explicit and Implicit methods for shear band modeling at high strain rates, Computational Mechanics, 63(4): 615–629, 2019. (link)

[73] M. Mobasher, H. Waisman and L. Berger-Vergiat, Thermodynamic framework for non-local transport-damage modeling of fluid driven fracture in porous media, International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences, 111: 64-83, 2018. (link)

[72] Y. Wang and H. Waisman, An arc-length method for controlled cohesive crack propagation using high-order XFEM and Irwin's crack closure integral, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 199: 235-256, 2018. (link)

[71] M. Arriaga and H. Waisman, Multidimensional stability analysis of the phase-field method for fracture with a general degradation function and energy split, Computational Mechanics, 61(1-2):181-205, 2018. (link)

[70] M. Arriaga and H. Waisman, Stability analysis of the phase-field method for fracture with a general degradation function and plasticity induced crack generation, Mechanics of Materials, 116: 33-48, 2018. (link)

[69] M. Mobasher, L. Berger-Vergiat and H. Waisman, Non-local formulation for transport and damage in porous media, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 324: 654-688, 2017. (link)

[68] M. Arriaga and H. Waisman, Combined stability analysis of phase-field dynamic fracture and shear band localization, International Journal of Plasticity, 96:81-119, 2017. (link)

[67] Y. Wang, C. Cerigato, H. Waisman and E. Benvenuti, XFEM with high-order material-dependent enrichment functions for stress intensity factors calculation of interface cracks using Irwin's crack closure integral, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 96:8-119, 2017. (link)

[66] J. Londono, L. Berger-Vergiat and H. Waisman, An equivalent stress-gradient regularization model for coupled damage-viscoelasticity, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 312:137-166, 2017. (link)

[65] Y. Wang and H. Waisman, Material dependent crack-tip enrichment functions in XFEM for modeling interfacial cracks in bimaterials, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 112(11):1495-1518, 2017.  (link)

[64] Y. Wang, H. Waisman and I. Harari, Direct evaluation of stress intensity factors for curved cracks using Irwin's integral and XFEM with high-order enrichment functions, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 112(7):629-654, 2017. (link)

[63] L. Berger-Vergiat and H. Waisman, An overlapping Domain Decomposition preconditioning method for monolithic solution of shear bands, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 318:33-60, 2017. (link)

[62] J. He, J. Yang, Y. Wang, H. Waisman and W. Zhang, Probabilistic Model Updating for Sizing of Hole-Edge Crack Using Fiber Bragg Grating Sensors and the High-Order Extended Finite Element Method, Sensors, 16(11):1956, 2016. (link)

[61] B. San and H. Waisman, Optimization of Carbon Black Polymer Composite Microstructure for Rupture Resistance, Journal of Applied Mechanics, 84(2):021005, 2016. (link)

[60] K.A. James and H. Waisman, On the importance of viscoelastic response consideration in structural design optimization, Optimization and Engineering, 17(4):631–650, 2016. (link)

[59] J. Wu, C. McAuliffe, H. Waisman and G. Deodatis, Stochastic analysis of polymer composites rupture at large deformations modeled by a phase field method, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 312:596-634, 2016. (link)

[58] J. Londono, L. Berger-Vergiat and H. Waisman, A Prony-series type viscoelastic solid coupled with a continuum damage law for polar ice modeling, Mechanics of Materials, 98:81-97, 2016. (link)

[57] M. Mobasher, R. Duddu, J. Bassis and H. Waisman, Modeling hydraulic fracture of glaciers using continuum damage mechanics, Journal of Glaciology, 62(234):794-804, 2016. (link)

[56] K.A. James and H. Waisman, Layout design of a bi-stable cardiovascular stent using topology optimization, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 305:869-890, 2016. (link)

[55] C. McAuliffe and H. Waisman, A coupled phase field shear band model for Ductile-Brittle transition in notched plate impacts, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 305:173-195, 2016. (link)

[54] Y. Wang and H. Waisman, From diffuse damage to sharp cohesive cracks: a coupled XFEM framework for failure analysis of quasi-brittle materials, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 299:57-89, 2016. (link)

[53] L. Berger-Vergiat, C. McAuliffe and H. Waisman, Parallel preconditioners for monolithic solution of Shearbands, Journal of Computational Physics, 304:359-379, 2016. (link)

[52] H. Sun, H. Waisman and R. Betti, A sweeping window method for detection of flaws using an explicit dynamic XFEM and absorbing boundary layers, in press, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (2015). (link)

[51] M. Mobasher and H. Waisman, Adaptive modeling of damage growth using a coupled FEM/BEM approach, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 105(8):599-619, 2016. (link)

[50] H. Liu, Y. Wang, M. He, Y. Shi and H. Waisman, Strength and ductility performance of concrete-filled steel tubular columns after long-term service loading, Engineering Structures, 100:308-325, 2015. (link)

[49] C. McAuliffe and H. Waisman, On the importance of nonlinear elastic effects in shear band modeling, International Journal of Plasticity, 71:10-31, 2015. (link)

[48] M. Arriaga, C. McAuliffe and H. Waisman, Instability analysis of Shear Bands using the instantaneous growth-rate method, Accepted, International Journal of Impact Engineering, (2015). (link)

[47] G. Yan, H. Sun, H. Waisman, A guided Bayesian inference approach for detection of multiple flaws in structures using the extended finite element method, Computers & Structures, 152:27-44, 2015. (link)

[46] M. Arriaga, C. McAuliffe and H. Waisman, Onset of shear band localization by a local generalized eigenvalue analysis,Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 289:179-208, 2015. (link)

[45] K.A. James and H. Waisman, Topology Optimization of Viscoelastic Structures Using a Time-Dependent Adjoint Method, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 285:166-187, 2015. (link)

[44] K.A. James and H. Waisman, Topology Optimization of Structures Under Variable Loading Using a Damage Superposition Approach, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 101(5):375-406, 2015. (link)

[43] Y. Wang and H. Waisman, Progressive delamination analysis of composite materials using XFEM and a discrete damage zone model, Computational Mechanics, 55(1):1-26, 2015. (link)

[42] C. McAuliffe and H. Waisman, A unified model for metal failure capturing shear banding and fracture, International Journal of Plasticity, 65:131-151, 2015. (link)

[41] G. Song, H. Waisman, M. Lan and I. Harari, Extraction of Stress Intensity Factors from Irwin's integral using high order XFEM on triangular meshes, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 102(3-4), 20-27, 2015. (link)

[40] S. Jimenez, X. Liu, R. Duddu and H. Waisman, A Discrete Damage Zone Model for mixed mode delamination of composites under high-cycle fatigue , International Journal of Fracture, 190(1-2):53-74 2014. (link)

[39] H. Sun, H. Waisman and R. Betti, A multiscale flaw detection algorithm based on XFEM, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 100(7):477-503, 2014. (link)

[38] C. McAuliffe, R. Karkkainen, C. Yen and H. Waisman, Numerical modeling of friction stir welded aluminum joints under high rate loading, Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, 89:8-18, 2014. (link)

[37] A. Montoya, G. Deodatis, R. Betti and H. Waisman, A Physics Based Stochastic Model to Determine the Failure Load
of Suspension Bridge Main Cables
, In Press, ASCE-Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 2014. (link)

[36] L. Berger-Vergiat, C. McAuliffe and H. Waisman, Isogeometric Analysis of Shearbands, Computational Mechanics, 54(2):503-521, 2014. (link)

[35] K.A. James and H. Waisman, Failure Mitigation in Optimal Topology Design Using a Coupled Nonlinear Continuum Damage Model, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 268:614-631, 2014. (link)

[34] C. McAuliffe and H. Waisman, A Pian-Sumihara type element for modeling shear bands at finite deformation, Computational Mechanics, 53(5):925-940, 2014. (link)

[33] M. Lan, H. Waisman and I. Harari, A high order XFEM formulation for extraction of mixed-mode Strain Energy Release Rates in arbitrary crack settings based on Irwin's integral, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 96(12):787-812, 2013. (link)

[32] M. Lan, H. Waisman and I. Harari, A direct analytical method to extract Strain Energy Release Rates from Irwin's integral using XFEM, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 95(12):1033-1052, 2013. (link)

[31] H. Sun, H. Waisman and R. Betti, Nondestructive identification of multiple flaws in structures using XFEM and a topologically adapting enhanced ABC algorithm, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 95(10):871-900, 2013. (link)

[30] B. Benowitz and H. Waisman, A spline based enrichment function for accurate modeling of arbitrarily shaped inclusions in the eXtended Finite Element Method with applications to finite deformations, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 95(5): 361–386, 2013. (link)

[29] R. Duddu and H. Waisman, On the continuum damage mechanics approach to modeling of polar ice fracture: A reply, Correspondence article, Journal of Glaciology, 59(216), 2013.

[28] R. Duddu, J. Bassis and H. Waisman, A numerical investigation of surface crevasse propagation in glaciers using nonlocal continuum damage mechanics, Geophysical Research Letters, 40(12):3064-3068, 2013. (link)

[27] H. Waisman and L. Berger-Vergiat, An adaptive domain decomposition preconditioner for crack propagation problems modeled by XFEM, International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering, 11(6): 633-654, 2013. (link)

[26] A. Tabarraei, J. H. Song and H. Waisman, A multiscale discontinuity approach to modeling shear band evolution under impact loads, International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering 11(6):543-563, 2013. (link)

[25] R. Duddu and H. Waisman, A nonlocal continuum damage mechanics approach to simulation of creep fracture in ice-sheet, Computational Mechanics, 51(6):961-974, 2013. (link)

[24] C. McAuliffe and H. Waisman, Mesh Insensitive Formulation for Initiation and Growth of Shear Bands using Mixed Finite Elements, Computational Mechanics, 51 (5) , pp. 807-823, 2013. (link)

[23] E. Gal, E. Suday and H. Waisman, Homogenization of Materials Having Inclusions Surrounded by Layers Modeled by XFEM, International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering, 11(3):239-252, 2013. (link)

[22] X. Liu, R. Duddu and H. Waisman, Discrete Damage Zone Model for Fracture Initiation and Propagation, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 92:1-18, 2012. (link)

[21] A. Montoya, H. Waisman and R. Betti, A simplified contact-friction methodology for modeling wire breaks in parallel wire strands, Computers & Structures, (100-101): 39-53, 2012. (link)

[20] R. Duddu and H. Waisman, A temperature dependent creep damage model for polycrystalline ice, Mechanics of Materials, 46: 23-41, 2012. (link)

[19] M. Lan and H. Waisman, The mechanics of SWCNT aggregates studied by incremental constrained minimization, ASCE-Journal of Micromechanics and Nanomechanics, 2(2):15-22, 2012. (link)

[18] B. Hiriyur, R. Tuminaro, H. Waisman, E. Boman and D. Keyes, A Quasi-Algebraic Multigrid Approach to Fracture Problems Based on Extended Finite Elements, SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing, 34(2):A603-A626, 2012. (link)

[17] L. Berger-Vergiat, H. Waisman, B. Hiriyur, R. Tuminaro and D. Keyes, Inexact Schwarz-AMG preconditioners for crack problems modeled by XFEM, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 90: 311-328, 2012. (link)

[16] X. Liu, H. Waisman and J. Fish, A New Crack Tip Enrichment Function in the Extended Finite Element Method for General Inelastic Materials, International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering, 10(4):343-360, 2012. (link)

[15] B. Hiriyur, H. Waisman and G. Deodatis, Uncertainty quantification in homogenization of heterogeneous microstructures modeled by extended finite element methods, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 88 (3):257-278, 2011. (link)

[14] H. Waisman, A. Montoya, R. Betti and I. C. Noyan, Load transfer and recovery length in parallel seven-wire suspension bridge cable strands with friction, ASCE-Journal of Engineering Mechanics, 137, 227-237, 2011. (link)

[13] E. Chatzi, B. Hiriyur, H. Waisman and A.W. Smyth, Experimental application and enhancement of the XFEM-GA algorithm on the detection of flaws in structures, Computers & Structures, 89 (7-8):556-570, 2011. (link)

[12] H. Waisman, An analytical stiffness derivative extended finite element technique for extraction of crack tip Strain Energy Release Rates, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 77 (16): 3204-3215, 2010. (link)

[11] B. Xu, X. Chen and H. Waisman, Crack propagation toward a desired path by controlling the force direction, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 76 (16):2554-2559, 2009. (link)

[10] H. Waisman, E. Chatzi and A.W. Smyth, Detection and Quantification of Flaws in Structures by the Extended Finite Element Method and Genetic Algorithms, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 82:303-328, 2010. (link)

[9] H. Waisman and T. Belytschko, Parametric Enrichment Adaptivity in the extended nite element method, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 73 (12):1671-1692, 2008. (link)

[8] H. Waisman and J. Fish, A Heterogeneous Space-Time Full Approximation Storage Multilevel Method for Molecular Dynamics Simulations, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 73 (3): 407-426, 2008. (link)

[7] A. Li, H. Waisman and J. Fish, A space-time multiscale method for molecular dynamics simulation of biomolecules, International Journal of Multiscale Computational Engineering, 4 (5-6): 791-802, 2006. (link)

[6] H. Waisman and J. Fish, A Space-Time multilevel method for molecular dynamics simulations, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 195 (44-47): 6542-6559, 2006. (link)

[5] H. Waisman, J. Fish, R. Tuminaro and J. Shadid, Acceleration of the Generalized Global Basis (GGB) method for nonlinear problems, Journal of Computational Physics, 210(1): 274-291, 2005. (link)

[4] H. Waisman, J. Fish, R. Tuminaro and J. Shadid, The Generalized Global Basis (GGB) Method, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 61 (8): 1243-1269, 2004. (link)

[3] H. Waisman and H. Abramovich, Open-loop Flutter analysis of a composite UAV model using the active stiffening effect, Finite Element in Analysis and Design, 40 (11): 1283-1295, 2004. (link)

[2] H. Waisman and H. Abramovich, Variation of natural frequencies of beams using the active stiffening effect, Composite Part B - Engineering, 33(6):415-424, 2002. (link)

[1] H. Waisman and H. Abramovich, Active stiffening of laminated composite beams using piezoelectric actuators, Composite Structures, 58(1): 109-120, 2002. (link)

Selected Conference Proceedings

[6] X. Liu, R. Duddu and H. Waisman, Delamination analysis of composites using a finite element based discrete damage zone model, Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE), Baltimore, MD 2012.

[5] M. Saeli, H. Waisman and R. Betti, Nanocomposite, an innovative route to large structure and infrastructure protection. A case of study: CNT-doped polyurea, 34th International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering Symposium Report, 97 (12):27-34, 2010.

[4] J. Shi, J. Lua, H. Waisman, P. Liu, T. Belytschko, N. Sukumar and Y. Liang X-FEM Toolkit for Automated Crack Onset and Growth Prediction, 49th AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference 16th AIAA/ASME/AHS Adaptive Structures Conference 10t, AIAA paper 2008-1763, Schaumburg, IL, Apr. 7-10, 2008.

[3] H. Waisman, A Space-Time multigrid approach for acceleration of molecular dynamics simulations, student paper competition, 10th Copper Mountain Conference on Iterative Methods, April 2006. (Best paper award)

[2] H. Waisman, A Multiscale Filter to Accelerate Multigrid Methods, student paper competition, 12th Copper Mountain Conference on Multigrid Methods, April 2005. (Best paper award)

[1] H. Waisman and H. Abramovich, Investigation of the Active Stiffening Effect Using Piezoelectric Actuators, 43rd AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference, AIAA paper 2002-1361, Denver, Colorado, April 2002.

Technical Reports

[4] H. Waisman, R. Tuminaro, E. Boman, D. Keyes and R. Bell, Modeling the Fracture of Ice Sheets on Parallel Computers - project summary, Department of Energy-Advanced scientific computing research workshop, Annapolis, MD, 2009, available at: http://www.csm.ornl.gov/ISICLES

[3] J. Fish, K. Kulkarni and H. Waisman, Generalized Domain Bridging Method - Preliminary Studies , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, July 2005.

[2] H. Waisman and H. Abramovich, Further investigation of the active stiffening effect, Technion, TAE Report No. 882, January 2002.

[1] H. Waisman and H. Abramovich, Active stiffening of laminated composite beams using piezoelectric actuators, Technion, TAE Report No. 875, July 2001.

Contribution to Books and Editorials

[3] J. H. Song, T. Rubczuk and H. Waisman (Special Issue), Computational modeling of material deterioration at various length scales, International Journal of Fracture, 203(1): 1-2, 2017. (link)

[2] H. Waisman (Special Issue Editor), Multiscale Methods in Fracture Mechanics with Extended/Generalized Finite Elements, International Journal of Multiscale Computational Engineering, 11(6):vi-vii, 2013. (link)

[1] Contributed Finite Element MATLAB codes to First Course in Finite Elements, by J. Fish and T. Belytschko, Wiley 2007.