[en] In the present paper, three solutions are proposed to simulate fast phenomena with finite element method at best. At first, material constitutive laws of Johnson-Cook and Zerilli-Armstrong types are implemented. These well-known laws are efficient for the description of material behavior at high velocities, especially for material used in automotive or aeronautics industry. The second contribution of this paper is the coupling of an implicit Chung-Hulbert algorithm taking into account the inertial effects with a staggered scheme for solving the thermal problem. The last input of this paper is the use of EAS (Enhanced Assumed Strain) finite elements to better capture complex strain modes, especially bending that is not accurately evaluated with classical finite elements. These EAS finite elements are used in the scope of thermomechanical dynamic phenomena implemented in a modular C++ environment at the University of Liege in the home made software METAFOR.