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Micromechanical modeling of the finite deformation of thermoelastic multiphase composites
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Written in English
|Statement||Jacob Aboudi, Steven M. Arnold.|
|Series||NASA-TM -- 107531., NASA technical memorandum -- 107531.|
|Contributions||Arnold, Steven M., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Micromechanical deformation processes in polymer composites Ph. D. Thesis by Károly Renner Supervisor: Béla Pukánszky Institute of Materials and Environmental Chemistry Chemical Research Center Hungarian Academy of Sciences Laboratory of Plastics and Rubber Technology Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science. The book is divided into two parts: Part I deals with the study of inelastic deformation in metal matrix composites, while Part II tackles the micromechanical aspects of metal matrix composites. The articles discuss different aspects of these two topics ranging from purely theoretical treatments to extensive experimental investigations.
An efficient and novel micromechanical computational platform for progressive failure analysis of fiber-reinforced composites is presented. The numerical framework is based on a recently developed micromechanical platform built using a class of refined beam models called Carrera unified formulation (CUF), a generalized hierarchical formulation which yields a refined structural theory via Cited by: In , a review of finite strain micromechanical analyses of multiphase materials have been was shown that it is possible to predict the microscopic (local) and macroscopic (global) response of composites undergoing large deformations in which the constituents in these composites can be modeled as hyperelastic, thermoelastic (based on entropic elasticity), viscoelastic (including Cited by: 4.
The papers in this volume cover a wide spectrum of topics in the forefront of research in experimental methods and mathematical modeling of materials and structures. Subjects treated include developments in materials science, theoretical and applied mechanics, applied mathematics, applied physics, computational methods in engineering. Finite element analysis of micromechanical failure modes The complex morphologies of material microstructures preclude the application of analyti-cal methods. Explicit micromechanical modeling and simulation represent a unique and attrac-tive means for analyzing micro and meso failure mechanisms and for elucidating scaling laws.
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Micromechanical Modeling of the Finite Deformation of Thermoelastic Multiphase Composites Article (PDF Available) in Mathematics and Mechanics of Solids 5(1) August with 43 Reads.
Get this from a library. Micromechanical modeling of the finite deformation of thermoelastic multiphase composites. [Jacob Aboudi; S M Arnold; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].
The micromechanics modeling of a nonlinear thermoelastic composite is based on the knowledge of the current stress tensor and temperature of the constituent materials as well as their tangent tensors at the current state of deformation. For an isotropic thermoelastic nonlinear compressible material, the internal energy is given in terms of the invariants of the Cauchy-Green deformation tensor.
A three-dimensional finite viscoelastic constitutive relation for monolithic materials is incorporated with a micromechanical multiphase short-fiber composite model. As a result a micromechanical modeling of viscoelastic multiphase composites in which the constituents exhibit, in general, finite viscoelastic deformation is by: A micromechanical model is proposed for the prediction of nonlinearly thermoelastic, multiphase particulate and/or continuous reinforced composites in which any or all constituents exhibit large Author: Jacob Aboudi.
Finite strain HFGMC micromechanical analyses for the establishment of the macroscopic constitutive equations of various types of composites with doubly periodic microstructure undergoing large deformations have been previously reviewed by Aboudi ().These micromechanical analyses are based on the homogenization technique in which a repeating unit cell of the periodic composite can Author: J.
Aboudi. Micromechanics of metal matrix composites using the generalized method of cells model (GMC) user's guide Thermoelastic response of metal matrix composites with large-diameter fibers subjected to thermal gradie Micromechanical modeling of the finite deformation of thermoelastic multiphase composites [microform] /.
Thermoelastic theory for the response of materials functionally graded in two directions with applicatio Micromechanical modeling of the finite deformation of thermoelastic multiphase composites [microform] / Micromechanical prediction of the effective coefficients of.
Micromechanical modelling of finite deformation of thermoplastic matrix composites M.I. Okereke a, C.P. Buckley b, a a School of Engineering, University of Greenwich, Kent ME4 4TB, UK b Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford, Oxford OX1 3PJ, UK Abstract The prediction of the constitutive behavior of thermoplastic matrix composites from quasi-static up to impact.
This study presents a homogenization based on micromechanics approach for a two-phase copper (Cu)-silver (Ag) composite undergoing finite deformations.
In this approach, the high-fidelity generalized method of cells (HFGMC) is implemented for the prediction of the effective behavior of two cold-drawn Cu-Ag composites with different drawing strains and to obtain the field (deformation gradient Author: Srihari Dodla.
Finite Strain Micromechanical Modeling of Multiphase Composites. Introduction. Finite Strain Generalized Method of Cells (FSGMC) Applications Utilizing FSGMC.
Finite Strain High-Fidelity Generalized Method of Cells (FSHFGMC) for Thermoelastic Composites. Applications Utilizing FSHFGMC. Concluding Remarks. Chapter A micromechanical analysis for the prediction of the behavior of multiphase composites that consist of rubberlike matrices is established.
Rubberlike solids are highly nonlinear thermoelastic materials that exhibit an anomalous behavior referred to as the thermoelastic inversion effect. It is shown that the derived micromechanical model is capable to predict this effect in reinforced Cited by: 7.
Thermo-Inelastic Multiphase Short-Fiber Composites Jacob Abou&'* University of Virginia Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics Charlottesville, VA Abstract A micromechanical formulation is presented for the prediction of the overall thermo-inelastic behavior of multiphase composites which consist of short fibers.
The. Micromechanical Prediction of the Effective Behavior of Fully Coupled Electro-Magneto-Thermo-Elastic Multiphase Composites Jacob Aboudi Tel-Aviv University Abstract The micromechaaical generalized method of cells model is employed for the pre-diction of the effective moduli of electro-magneto-thermo-elastic composites.
These. With composites under increasing use in industry to replace traditional materials in components and structures, the modeling of composite performance, damage and failure has never been more important. Micromechanics of Composite Materials: A Generalized Multiscale Analysis Approach brings together comprehensive background information on the multiscale nature of the composite, constituent.
The self-consistent (SC) micromechanical model of a composite containing coated micro-inclusions, originally proposed in the static regime by Cherkaoui et al. (, J.
Eng. Mater. Technol.,–), is implemented in the quasistatic regime by the introduction of frequency dependent complex moduli for the matrix original model is improved by using dilute strain Cited by: Buy Micromechanics of deformation and failure of composites: Micromechanical finite element analysis of deformation and failure of particulate filled, short and continuous fibre reinforced composites by Ghassemieh, Elaheh (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Application of the Finite Element Method Using MARC and Mentat Chapter Composite Micromechanics Problem Statement and Objectives Given the micromechanical geometry and the material properties of each constituent, it is possible to estimate the effective composite material properties and the micromechanical stress/strain state of a File Size: 69KB.
Micromechanical modeling of the deformation kinetics of semicrystalline polymers. Sedighiamiri. A micromechanical model for interpenetrating multiphase composites Xi-Qiao Feng a,*, Yiu-Wing Mai b, Qing-Hua Qin b a Department of Engineering Mechanics, Tsinghua University, BeijingChina b Centre for Advanced Materials Technology (CAMT), School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering, The University of Sydney, NSWAustralia.
Micromechanical Modelling of Thermoelastic Behavior of AA/TiC Metal Matrix Composites. Chennakesava R Alavala. Department of Mechanical Engineering, JNT University, Hyderabad, India. Abstract: The present work was intended to estimate thermoelastic behavior of AA/titanium carbide nanoparticle metal matrix composites.
Micromechanical analysis, using the Finite Element Method, was conducted in order to evaluate the effective mechanical properties of plain woven and 3D woven composites.
In this study, numerical models of unit cells were used and it is shown that the predicted values of homogenized mechanical properties using the developed procedure were in Cited by: 3.Micromechanical Relations for Fiber-Reinforced Composites Using the Free Transverse Shear Approach to the model include a thermoelastic-plastic analysis employing the Prandtl-Reuss flow relations with a strain hardening parameter and both isotropic and kinematic hardening.
Results from the present analysis are compared in different cases Cited by: