This paper presents a numerical model for the simulation of resistance sintering. It involves an electro-thermo-mechanical coupling, where each model is simulated as a continuum with the influence of porosities included through the distribution of relative density, i.e., the ratio of the apparent density to that of the corresponding fully dense bulk material. For the mechanical response, this involves a plasticity model based on a porous formulation. Other material data have to be supplied as a function of relative density and temperature, as, for example, the electrical resistivity. The numerical modeling is compared to experimentally resistance sintered titanium with good agreement in terms of pre-compaction and developed relative density and temperature during the sintering process.