A micro-meso bridge for the mesoscale modelling of woven composites

Abstract : The evolution of damage in a woven composite results from the interaction and competition among several elementary mechanisms which are greatly influenced by the microstructure. Thus, in order to develop a model as close as possible to the physics, it is necessary to observe, understand and describe each mechanism on the most appropriate scale. In this work, the construction of a woven composite micro model is presented as well as an homogenization procedure to study microcracking kinetics on the microscale and its impact on the mesoscale.
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Enrico Obert, Federica Daghia, Pierre Ladevèze, Alain Bergerot. A micro-meso bridge for the mesoscale modelling of woven composites. 2nd ECCOMAS Young Investigators Conference (YIC 2013), Sep 2013, Bordeaux, France. ⟨hal-00855888⟩

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