A virtual hybrid test to control mixed-mode crack propagation in concrete

Abstract : The minimization of the number of experimental tests to characterize the material behavior continues to be an important challenge. The main aim of this work is to set up a relevant and discriminating concrete fracture test, able to fully investigate its complex mechanical behavior within a single run. Therefore a hybrid cracking test on a concrete sample with controlled stress intensity factors (SIFs) is currently developed. Prior to the real test, a virtual one is conceived to validate the principle of the proposed hybrid test.
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Andreea Carpiuc-Prisacari, Kyrylo Kazymyrenko, Martin Poncelet, Hugo Leclerc, François Hild. A virtual hybrid test to control mixed-mode crack propagation in concrete. 12e Colloque national en calcul des structures, CSMA, May 2015, Giens, France. ⟨hal-01706204⟩

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