Probabilistic-deterministic transition involved in a fragmentation process of brittle materials: Application to a high performance concrete

Abstract : Dynamic loadings produce high stress waves leading to the fragmentation of brittle materials such as ceramics, concrete, glass and rocks. The transition from single fragmentation (under quasi static loading condition) to multiple fragmentation (dynamic loading) is discussed and a damage model based upon the fragmentation analysis is applied to analyze edge-on-impact of a high performnace concrete.
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François Hild, Pascal Forquin, Christophe Denoual, Xavier Brajer. Probabilistic-deterministic transition involved in a fragmentation process of brittle materials: Application to a high performance concrete. Latin American Journal of Solids and Structures, Argentinean Association of Computational Mechanics, Brazilian Association of Computational Mechanics, Mexican Association of Numerical Methods in Engineering and Applied Sciences, 2005, 2, pp.41-56. ⟨hal-00023348⟩

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