Mechanical Response of Composites by Pedro P. Camanho, Carlos G. Dávila, Silvestre T. Pinho,

By Pedro P. Camanho, Carlos G. Dávila, Silvestre T. Pinho, Joris J. C. Remmers (auth.)

This e-book comprises twelve chosen papers offered on the ECCOMAS Thematic convention — Mechanical reaction of Composites, and the papers offered by way of the 3 plenary audio system.

It describes contemporary advances within the box of study versions for the mechanical reaction of complicated composite fabrics, starting from the simulation of the producing technique to the inelastic reaction and cave in of the cloth. The research versions are in response to fresh advances in computational mechanics corresponding to multi-scale modeling, cohesive and partition of team spirit models.

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8] and used for the homogenization of properties for a Cosserat continuum. There is also a number of approaches [7,14,15,17,22] which model the structure by volume elements and thus allow for consideration of different Poisson’s ratios of fiber and matrix. Lomov et al. [17] developed a program to model various textile architectures and calculate stiffness of textile composites using the method of inclusions. Kim and Swan [15] describe a method to model a RVE for textile composites with an adaptive voxel method.

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Cox et al. [2] proposed a binary model that describes the roving architecture with trusselements. Due to the use of truss elements it is very efficient. This method was taken up by Haasemann et al. [8] and used for the homogenization of properties for a Cosserat continuum. There is also a number of approaches [7,14,15,17,22] which model the structure by volume elements and thus allow for consideration of different Poisson’s ratios of fiber and matrix. Lomov et al. [17] developed a program to model various textile architectures and calculate stiffness of textile composites using the method of inclusions.

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