Computational Methods in Fracture Mechanics

Volume 454

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.454

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Authors: Luis Távara, Vladislav Mantič, Alberto Salvadori, Leonard J. Gray, Federico París

Abstract: In this paper, the Symmetric Galerkin Boundary Element Method for Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics is extended to non-linear cohesive...

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Authors: Wilhelm Weber, Karsten Kolk, Kai Willner, Günther Kuhn

Abstract: The efficient solution of the 3D crack surface contact problem utilizing the boundary element method (BEM) is presented. The dual...

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Authors: P.H. Wen, M.H. Aliabadi

Abstract: . In this paper a variational technique is developed to calculate stress intensity factors with high accuracy using the element free Glerkin...

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Authors: N.O. Larrosa, J.E. Ortiz, A.P. Cisilino

Abstract: It is presented in this paper a three-dimensional Boundary Element Method (BEM) implementation of the Energy Domain Integral for the...

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Authors: A.V. Phan, L.J. Gray, A. Salvadori

Abstract: A dynamic analysis of crack-inclusion interaction is described in this paper. The analysis employs a two-dimensional symmetric-Galerkin...

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Authors: M. Mauler, P. Sollero, E.L. Albuquerque

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to present a procedure to perform the evaluation of dynamic stress intensity factors of composite cracked sheets....

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Authors: Piotr Fedelinski

Abstract: In this work the time-domain boundary element method (BEM) is applied to simulate dynamic fracture experiments. The fast fracture is...

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Authors: L.S. Miers, J.C.F. Telles

Abstract: This work aims at extending the concept of the Numerical Green's Function (NGF), known from boundary element applications to potential and...

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Authors: Stavros Syngellakis, Jiang Wei Wu

Abstract: The boundary element methodology is applied to the fracture mechanics of non-linear viscoelastic solids. The adopted non-linear model is...

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