Mesoscopic Damage Based Model for Plane Concrete under Static and Dynamic Loadings
The constitutive equations for the mechanical behavior of concrete capable of seeing damage effects or crack growth procedure under loading/unloading/reloading was developed upon microplane framework. The proposed damage formulation has been built on the basis of five fundamental types of stress/strain combinations, which essentially may occur on any of microplanes. Model verification under different loading/unloading/reloading stress/strain paths has been examined. The proposed model is capable of presenting pre-failure history of stress/strain progress on different predefined sampling planes through material. Many of mechanical behavior aspects happen during plasticity such as induced anisotropy, rotation of principal stress/strain axes, localization of stress/strain and even failure mechanism are predicted upon a simple rational way and can be presented.
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Labibzadeh, M. & Sadrnejad, S. A. (2006). Mesoscopic Damage Based Model for Plane Concrete under Static and Dynamic Loadings. American Journal of Applied Sciences, 3(9), 2011-2019. https://doi.org/10.3844/ajassp.2006.2011.2019
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