Yielding, Damage and Failure of Anisotropic Solids (Egf 5) (Egf Publication)

Yielding, Damage and Failure of Anisotropic Solids (Egf 5) (Egf Publication)

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Wiley–Blackwell, 1/1/1990
EAN 9780852987353, ISBN10: 0852987358

Hardcover, 826 pages, 23.4 x 15.5 x 4.6 cm
Language: English
Originally published in English

Both natural and artificial materials possess innate or deformation induced oriented microsctructures. These anisotropies influence, in a complex and intricate manner, the macroscopic behaviour of the material, and may lead to failure. The IUTAM/ICM Symposium "Yielding, Damage, and Failure of Anisotropic Solids" brought together specialists in the mechanics of solids, materials scientists, and engineers, to evaluate the present state of knowledge, and to stimulate unifying approaches to work in the field. This volume contains 50 contributions presented at that symposium. Four well-defined general lectures report on the present state of knowledge in specific areas: damage phenomena in statically or cyclically loaded unidirectional fibre composites and their laminates; the anisotrophy and failure modes of granular materials; crack tip fields in ductile crystals; and the application of tensor functions in the formulation of yield criteria, flow rules, and hardening in transversely isotropic and orthotropic plasticity. Eighteen invited lectures, and twenty-eight communications, written by leading experts, are grouped into four sections, dealing with specific topics: anisotropic hardening and induced anisotrophy; anisotropic behaviour at large deformation; anisotropic damage; and yielding, fracture, and failure of anisotropic materials. Together these sections present the theoretical, experimental and numerical aspects of yielding, damage, and failure of anisotropic soils, rocks, granular materials, metals, composites, and laminates.

Analysis of damage in composite materials, Z Hashin; anisotropy in response and failure modes of granular material, S Nemat-Nassar; summary of studies on crack tip fields in ductile crystals, J R Rice; yield criteria, flow rules and hardening in anisotropic plasticity, T R Rogers; some considerations concerning deformation-induced anisotropy, T Lehmann; a description of distortional plastic hardening of anisotropic materials, M Zyczkowski and T Kurtyku; induced anisotropy and energy dissipation in particulate material - results from computer-simulated experiments, C Thornton; kinematic work-hardening models and their implications for large strain plastic behaviour in torsion, K W Neale and S C Shrinastava; theory of materials exhibiting plastic-strain-induced anisotropy in the response of finite deformation, E H Lee and A Agh-Tehrani; contemporary topics in plastic deformation - anisotropy, texture, voids and shear bands, E C Aifantis; analysis of the evolution of texture and axial stresses in FCC polycrystals subject to large strain shear, T C Lowe, S Harren, R J Asaro and A Needleman; orientational, rate and temperature effects on the plastic response of anisotropic solids, Y F Dafalais; high temperature creep continuum damage in metals, D R Hayhurst and F A Lechie; a continuum mechanics theory of anisotropic damage, S Murahami; influence of anisotropic effects on the micro-damage process in dissipative solids, P Perzyna; internal variable damage mechanics of composite materials, R Talreja; damage modelling in laminated composites, D H Allen, C E Harris and S E Groves; damage mechanics for composite laminates cover complex loading, O Allix, P Ladeveze, E Le Dantec and E Vittecoq; a micromechanically-based constitutive law for brittle materials with application to concrete and rocks, D Krajcinovic, D Sumaroc and D Farella; the effect of microcracks on the response of brittle solids, N Laws and J R Brockenbrough; effect of anisotropic hardening on ductile failure of a material containing two size-scales of particles; V Tvergaard; micromechanical analysis of possible failure criteria for shale, J R Willis.