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Title: Numerical approach to a rate-independent model of decohesion in laminated composites (English)
Author: Zeman, Jan
Author: Gruber, Pavel
Language: English
Journal: Programs and Algorithms of Numerical Mathematics
Volume: Proceedings of Seminar. Dolní Maxov, June 6-11, 2010
Issue: 2010
Pages: 239-250
Category: math
Summary: In this paper, we present a numerical approach to evolution of decohesion in laminated composites based on incremental variational problems. An energy-based framework is adopted, in which we characterize the system by the stored energy and dissipation functionals quantifying reversible and irreversible processes, respectively. The time-discrete evolution then follows from a solution of incremental minimization problems, which are converted to a fully discrete form by employing the conforming finite element method. Results of a benchmark problem suggest that the resulting model allows to describe both initiation and propagation of interfacial decohesion, with a low sensitivity to spatial discretization. (English)
Keyword: decohesion
Keyword: laminated composites
Keyword: alternating minimization algorithm
MSC: 65M60
MSC: 65M99
MSC: 74R99
Date available: 2015-07-08T06:56:22Z
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