An Interface Mechanical Model with a Cohesive to Frictional Transition

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Abstract

A thermodynamically consistent mechanical interface model is presented. The model is based on the interface damage mechanic theory applied in a special fashion such that the interface damage variable is also used as a parameter which drives the continuous and smooth transition from the sound initial cohesive state to the final fully fractured frictional state. Interface damage activation and fictional sliding are promoted by a damage activation function and a Coulomb frictional yielding function. The main features of the model are discussed in details and some numerical results for the material response are shown in monotonic and cyclic loading regimes.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of MDP2007. International Symposium on recent advances in Mechanics (structural-solid), Dynamical systems (deterministic-stochastic), Probability theory (mathematical-applied). Palermo, 3-6 June 2007, in honour of Mario Di Paola
Pages85-96
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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    Parrinello, F., Borino, G., & Failla, B. (2009). An Interface Mechanical Model with a Cohesive to Frictional Transition. In Proceedings of MDP2007. International Symposium on recent advances in Mechanics (structural-solid), Dynamical systems (deterministic-stochastic), Probability theory (mathematical-applied). Palermo, 3-6 June 2007, in honour of Mario Di Paola (pp. 85-96)