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Characteristic features of damage accumulation under arbitrary stochastic conditions are studied in terms of continuum damage mechanics (CDM). A uniaxial tension case is chosen for a simplicity of discussion and clearness of results' interpretations. Modification for a kinetic equation of damage...
For metals under cyclic loading at elevated temperatures the interaction of fatigue failure with intergranular creep failure is studied by a micromechanical model. Focus here is on a range of relatively slow cycling, where creep damage dominates, or rapid cycling after that some creep damage has...
A simple one-dimensional thermo-micromechanical constitutive and damage model is proposed for airfield concrete pavement under rapid transient high temperature loadings due to vectored thrust. The subsurface temperature fields and time histories, the pore pressure histories, the thermoplastic...
A general constitutive framework is presented for rate-independent porous plasticity. This framework is formulated using combined nonlinear isotropic-kinematic hardening rules along with void growth models which can be either implicitly embedded within a pressure dependent yield function or...
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