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The numerical implementation of a gradient-enhanced continuum coupled damage—plasticity model as a constitutive framework to model the nonlocal response of materials is presented. By the introduction of “nonlocal, ” gradient-enhanced measures in the plasticity potential function and yield...
A micromechanical damage model is developed for two-phase functionally graded materials (FGMs) considering the interfacial debonding of particles and pair-wise interactions between particles. Given an applied mechanical loading on the upper and lower boundaries of an FGM, in the particle—matrix...
A micromechanical damage mechanics framework is proposed to predict the overall elastoplastic behavior and interfacial damage evolution of fiberreinforced ductile composites. Progressively debonded fibers are replaced by equivalent voids. The effective elastic moduli of three-phase composites,...
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