Camanho, Pedro P.

Mechanical Response of Composites [electronic resource] / by Pedro P. Camanho, Carlos G. Dávila, Silvestre T. Pinho, Joris J. C. Remmers. - Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2008. - XVIII, 314 p. online resource. - Computational Methods in Applied Sciences, 10 1871-3033 ; . - Computational Methods in Applied Sciences, 10 .

Computational Methods for Debonding in Composites -- Material and Failure Models for Textile Composites -- Practical Challenges in Formulating Virtual Tests for Structural Composites -- Analytical and Numerical Investigation of the Length of the Cohesive Zone in Delaminated Composite Materials -- Combining Elastic Brittle Damage with Plasticity to Model the Non-linear behavior of Fiber Reinforced Laminates -- Study of Delamination in Composites by Using the Serial/Parallel Mixing Theory and a Damage Formulation -- Interaction Between Intraply and Interply Failure in Laminates -- A Numerical Material Model for Predicting the High Velocity Impact Behaviour of Polymer Composites -- Progressive Damage Modeling of Composite Materials Under Both Tensile and Compressive Loading Regimes -- Elastoplastic Modeling of Multi-phase Metal Matrix Composite with Void Growth Using the Transformation Field Analysis and Governing Parameter Method -- Prediction of Mechanical Properties of Composite Materials by Asymptotic Expansion Homogenisation -- On Buckling Optimization of a Wind Turbine Blade -- Computation of Effective Stiffness Properties for Textile-Reinforced Composites Using X-FEM -- Development of Domain Superposition Technique for the Modelling of Woven Fabric Composites -- Numerical Simulation of Fiber Orientation and Resulting Thermo-Elastic Behavior in Reinforced Thermo-Plastics.

This book contains twelve selected papers presented at the ECCOMAS Thematic Conference — Mechanical Response of Composites, and the papers presented by the three plenary speakers. It describes recent advances in the field of analysis models for the mechanical response of advanced composite materials, ranging from the simulation of the manufacturing process to the inelastic response and collapse of the material. The analysis models are based on recent advances in computational mechanics such as multi-scale modeling, cohesive and partition of unity models.


10.1007/978-1-4020-8584-0 doi

Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Methods.
Computational Intelligence.
Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials.
Automotive Engineering.

TP807-823 TA418.9.C6


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