Papers by Keyword: Fracture Energy

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Authors: Xiao Qin Li, Bao Qi Chen, Ying Xian Li

Abstract: This paper concerns the simulation of Mode I fracture with a local concrete damage model in explicit finite element code LSDYNA. A reliable...

Authors: Zhong Hu Zhao

Abstract: Fracture energy, which reflects the split property of brittle materials, is a significant parameter. For present tests of measuring it, the...

Authors: J.R. Moon

Abstract: It is now fairly well established that to achieve low values of the Paris exponent for the growth of fatigue cracks in PM steels, high...

Authors: Michele Buonsanti, Antonella Pontari

Abstract: A new stress function modelling the fails in biological tissue is here proposed. Under the assumption that the cell membrane may be modelled...

Authors: Dariusz Alterman, Juan Vilches, Thomas Rainer Neitzert

Abstract: The relationship between various steel strip geometries and the bonding energy through pull-out tests of aerated concrete specimens is...

Authors: Kai Duan, Xiao Zhi Hu

Abstract: In this paper, the extensively-reported “size effect” phenomena in fracture mechanics tests are explained using the boundary effect...

Authors: Long Quan Liu, Zheng Qiang Yao, Xue Ping Zhang, G.J. Yuan
Authors: Ondřej Holčapek, Pavel Reiterman, Petr Konvalinka

Abstract: This contribution brings summary of refractory hydraulic binder issue. The refractory cement composites (or refractory concrete) represent...

Authors: Yan Hua Zhao, Shi Lang Xu, Zhi Min Wu, Hong Bo Gao

Abstract: The apparent size effect of the specific fracture energy of concrete according to the RILEM procedure has been confirmed by numerous...

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