Nonlocal interface mechanical models

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Abstract

The paper presents a nonlocal elastic damage-frictional interface model. The reason to introduce nonlocal mechanical features inside the constitutive relations is justified by the fact that there are several circumstances, in which the interface displays inside an extended process zone with microstructural spatial interactions. Typically, spatial bridging mechanical effects can be effectively modeled by integral (strongly nonlocal) stress-strain relations. The paper develops an elastic nonlocal model with local isotropic damage and the relations are constructed following a thermodynamical consistent approach.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteMaterials Science Forum
Pagine2613-2618
Numero di pagine6
Volume539-543
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2007

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Materials Science(all)
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Condensed Matter Physics

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Borino, G., Parrinello, F., & Failla, B. (2007). Nonlocal interface mechanical models. In Materials Science Forum (Vol. 539-543, pagg. 2613-2618)

Nonlocal interface mechanical models. / Borino, Guido; Parrinello, Francesco; Failla, Boris.

Materials Science Forum. Vol. 539-543 2007. pag. 2613-2618.

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Borino, G, Parrinello, F & Failla, B 2007, Nonlocal interface mechanical models. in Materials Science Forum. vol. 539-543, pagg. 2613-2618.
Borino G, Parrinello F, Failla B. Nonlocal interface mechanical models. In Materials Science Forum. Vol. 539-543. 2007. pag. 2613-2618
Borino, Guido ; Parrinello, Francesco ; Failla, Boris. / Nonlocal interface mechanical models. Materials Science Forum. Vol. 539-543 2007. pagg. 2613-2618
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