Collective Mechanical Behavior and Stability of a Group of Cracks in Brittle Solids View Full Text


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DATE

2019

AUTHORS

Koji Uenishi , Yuki Fukuda , Tomoya Yoshida , Shintaro Sakauguchi , Ioan R. Ionescu

ABSTRACT

Structural failures are often related to mechanical destabilization of fracture in brittle solids that are subjected to some loading conditions. Either dynamically or quasi-statically, fracture areas (cracks) may be initiated and developed in or between solid structural elements, which may serve as sources of catastrophic failures. In reality, multiple cracks, not only a single one, may expand simultaneously and interact with each other mechanically. The collective behavior of such multiple cracks, however, does not seem to have been intensively studied so far. This contribution summarizes our recent experimental investigation into the nonlinear deformation of a solid material that is initially linear elastic but containing sets of cracks. Together with the earlier mathematical prediction [1], it is shown that the prescribed constant rate of strain, externally applied to a solid with multiple cracks, plays a crucial role in determining the overall stress-strain relation and eventually the tensile strength of the solid material. More... »

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244-245

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Proceedings of the First International Conference on Theoretical, Applied and Experimental Mechanics

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978-3-319-91988-1
978-3-319-91989-8

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-91989-8_55

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