Concrete Fracture Models and Applications [electronic resource] / by Shailendra Kumar, Sudhirkumar V Barai.

By: Kumar, Shailendra [author.]Contributor(s): Barai, Sudhirkumar V [author.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2011Description: XXVI, 406p. 187 illus. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642167645Subject(s): Engineering | Engineering mathematics | Mechanical engineering | Building construction | Materials | Engineering | Building Materials | Structural Mechanics | Structural Materials | Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of EngineeringAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 691 LOC classification: TA401-492Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Foreword -- Preface -- List of Symbols and Abbreviations -- Introduction to Fracture Mechanics of Concrete -- Fracture Mechanics of Concrete – State-of-the-Art Review -- Fracture Behavior of Concrete using Cohesive Crack and Size Effect Models -- Crack Propagation Study using Double-K and Double-G Fracture Parameters -- Fracture Properties of Concrete based on the KRcurve Associated with Cohesive Stress Distribution -- Comparison of Fracture Parameters of Concrete using Nonlinear Fracture Models -- Appendix. Subject index.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: Cementitious materials, rocks and fibre-reinforced composites commonly termed as quasibrittle, need a different fracture mechanics approach to model the crack propagation study because of the presence of significant size of fracture process zone ahead of the crack-tip. Recent studies show that concrete structures manifest three important stages in fracture process: crack initiation, stable crack propagation and unstable fracture or failure. Fracture Mechanics concept can better explain the above various stages including the concepts of ductility, size-effect, strain softening and post-cracking behavior of concrete and concrete structures.
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Foreword -- Preface -- List of Symbols and Abbreviations -- Introduction to Fracture Mechanics of Concrete -- Fracture Mechanics of Concrete – State-of-the-Art Review -- Fracture Behavior of Concrete using Cohesive Crack and Size Effect Models -- Crack Propagation Study using Double-K and Double-G Fracture Parameters -- Fracture Properties of Concrete based on the KRcurve Associated with Cohesive Stress Distribution -- Comparison of Fracture Parameters of Concrete using Nonlinear Fracture Models -- Appendix. Subject index.

Cementitious materials, rocks and fibre-reinforced composites commonly termed as quasibrittle, need a different fracture mechanics approach to model the crack propagation study because of the presence of significant size of fracture process zone ahead of the crack-tip. Recent studies show that concrete structures manifest three important stages in fracture process: crack initiation, stable crack propagation and unstable fracture or failure. Fracture Mechanics concept can better explain the above various stages including the concepts of ductility, size-effect, strain softening and post-cracking behavior of concrete and concrete structures.

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