|Nonlinear Mechanics for Composite Heterogeneous Structures
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Nonlinear Mechanics for Composite Heterogeneous Structures applies both classical and multi-scale finite element analysis to the nonlinear, failure response of composite structures. These traditional and modern computational approaches are holistically presented, providing insight into a range of non-linear structural analysis problems. The classical methods include geometric and material non-linearity, plasticity, damage and contact mechanics. The cutting-edge formulations include cohesive zone models, the Extended Finite Element Method (XFEM), multi-scale computational homogenization, localization of damage, neural networks and data-driven techniques. This presentation is simple but efficient, enabling the reader to understand, select and apply appropriate methods through programming code or commercial finite element software.
The book is suitable for undergraduate studies as a final-year textbook and for MSc and PhD studies in structural, mechanical, aerospace engineering and material science, among others. Professionals in these fields will also be strongly benefited.
An accompanying website provides MATLAB codes for two-dimensional finite element problems with contact, multi-scale (FE2) and non-linear XFEM analysis, and data-driven and machine learning simulations.
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Author(s): Georgios A. Drosopoulos, Georgios E. Stavroulakis
Publisher: CRC Press, Year: 2022
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