A direct, collocation, multidomain boundary element method is employed and shown to be computationally effective in the softening situations characterized by nonlinearity on interfaces only. Iterative algorithms for the direction search and interface adjustment in propagationa analysis and for the determination of the response to a craze-tip advancement are developed and numerically tested.

Fracture, path bifurcations and instabilities analysis by boundary element method using cohesive-crack model

MAIER, GIULIO;NOVATI, GIORGIO
1991

Abstract

A direct, collocation, multidomain boundary element method is employed and shown to be computationally effective in the softening situations characterized by nonlinearity on interfaces only. Iterative algorithms for the direction search and interface adjustment in propagationa analysis and for the determination of the response to a craze-tip advancement are developed and numerically tested.
Computational Mechanics
905410029X
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