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DATE

2006

AUTHORS

U. Divakaran , A. Dutta

ABSTRACT

The breakdown phenomena of materials is a very complex process which involves a study of formation of microscopic cracks, their evolution to the other regions of the materials via some interaction and the ultimate collapse of the structure [1]. Random Fibre Bundle Model (RFBM) [2, 3] is a paradigmatic model, simple yet subtle, which captures the essential physics of breakdown processes. It consists of N parallel, vertical fibres whose ends are connected to two horizontal rods. The upper rod is fixed and a load F is applied to the lower one so that a stress σ(= F/N) is generated on each fibre. The fibres are assigned a threshold strength chosen randomly from a cumulative distribution function P(σ) with a corresponding density function ρ(σ): More... »

PAGES

515-520

Book

TITLE

Modelling Critical and Catastrophic Phenomena in Geoscience

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978-3-540-35373-7
978-3-540-35375-1

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/3-540-35375-5_21

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