Numerical Modelling in Damage Mechanics (Innovative Technology Series)

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ISBN : 9781903996195 EAN : 9781903996195

Damage mechanics has now reached a high degree of maturity and is currently used for many different applications connected with numerical simulation techniques. Many attempts have been made to build efficient numerical tools for damage initiation and growth simulation in mechanical structures under both small and large deformation hypotheses. The objectives of the material in this publication are to gather recent advances in numerical and computational aspects of damage mechanics, and also to stimulate current research and future challenges in this field.
Some Aspects of a Gradient Damage Formulation. On the Numerical Modelling of Ductile Damage with an Implicit Gradient-enhanced Formulation. Adaptive Analysis based on Error Estimation for Nonlocal Damage Models. Mathematical and Numerical Aspects of an Elasticity-based Local Approach to Fracture. Numerical Aspects of Nonlocal Damage Analyses. Computational Issues and Applications for 3D Anisotropic Damage Modelling: Coupling Effects of Damage and Frictional Sliding. Energy Dissipation Regarding Transient Response of Concrete Structures: Constitutive Equations Coupling Damage and Friction. Numerical Analysis of Failure in Sheet Metal Forming with Experimental Validation. Damage in Sheet Metal Forming: Prediction of Necking Phenomenon. Anisotropic Damage Applied to Numerical Ductile Rupture. Numerical Aspects of Finite Elastoplasticity with Isotropic Ductile Damage for Metal Forming. 3D Nonlocal Simulation of Ductile Crack Growth: A Numerical Realization. On the Theory and Computation of Anisotropic Damage at Large Strains. On the Numerical Implementation of a Finite Strain Anisotropic Damage Model based upon the Logarithmic Rate. Ductile Rupture of Aluminium Sheet Materials. On Identification of Small Defects by Vibration Tests. Multi-scale Non-linear FE² Analysis of Composite Structures: Damage and Fiber Size Effects.