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Dual boundary element incremental analysis of crack growth

A. Portela

Dual boundary element incremental analysis of crack growth

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Published by Wessex Institute of Technology, Damage Tolerance Division in Southampton .
Written in English


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StatementArtur Portela.
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Open LibraryOL20679584M

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Dual boundary element incremental analysis of crack growth by A. Portela Download PDF EPUB FB2

Three-Dimensional Analysis of Crack Growth (Topics in Engineering, 28) [Y. Mi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Looks at the formulation, implementation, and application of the dual boundary element method to three-dimensional crack problems in linear elastic fracture mechanics.

To overcome the ill-conditioning problems associated with the conventional boundary element Author: Y. Application of the dual boundary element method (DBEM) to the analysis of mixed-mode crack growth in rotating disc is presented. The crack growth process is simulated with an incremental crack extension based on the maximum principal stress by: This paper describes a two-dimensional application of the dual boundary element method (DBEM) to the analysis of mixed-mode multiple-crack growth in linear elastic fracture mechanics, under fatigue loading.

The crack-growth process is simulated with an incremental multiple-crack extension analysis based on the maximum principal stress by: 7.

This paper describes an application of the dual boundary element method to the analysis of mixed-mode crack growth in linear elastic fracture mechanics.

Crack-growth processes are simulated with an incremental crack-extension analysis based on the maximum principal stress criterion which is expressed in terms of the stress intensity by:   Crack growth processes are simulated with an incremental crack extension analysis based on the maximum principal stress criterion.

The method is considered effective since no remeshing is required and the crack extension is modelled by adding new boundary elements to the previous crack by: 3 Fatigue crack growth analysis A structure with multiple edge or centre cracks is considered.

In general, the path of crack growth is curved path. In the present approach it is simulated by an incremental crack extension, that is to assume a piece-wise linear discretization of crack path.

For each increment analysis, crack extension is. Equations Dual boundary element incremental analysis of crack growth book and (3) constitute the basis of DBEM. The dual boundary integral equations and the crack modelling strategy is presented in [12 ] and in. [] for two - and for three -dimensional problems respectively.

For each increment of the crack extension, the dual boundary element method is applied to perform a single-region stress analysis of the cracked structure and the.

The analyses are conducted using the dual boundary element method and compounding method. An incremental crack growth procedure are used to perform the simulations, where stress intensity factors, fatigue life cycles and crack growth directions are calculated for every increment of the growth.

A numerical procedure of the crack closure problem solved by the dual boundary element method is developed in this paper. The dual boundary element method is used to allow for the solution to a general mixed-mode crack problem with a single regional formulation.

The frictional contact problem on the crack surface is formulated with the complementary problem Cited by: [1]. The main reason for the success of the BEM (boundary element method) in any problem is the ability to model high stress concentration fields accurately and efficiently.

A compre- hensive review of the historic development of the BEM for inelasticity can be. The crack propagation is simulated using an incremental crack extension analysis based on the strain energy density criterion and the Paris law. For each crack extension the dual boundary element method is used to perform single region analysis of the cracked component.

Stress intensity factors are computed along the crack fronts using a Cited by:   For the visco-plastic and creep crack analysis the Dual Boundary Element Method, (DBEM) is formulated. The implementation of visco-plasticity and creep in the formulation is taken into account by domain integrals in both boundary integral by: 3.

The single-region boundary element analysis of a general crack problem restricts the availability of singular particular solutions, valid in the global domain of the problem.

The dual boundary element method is applied to perform an analysis of the cracked domain and the J-integral technique is used to compute stress intensity factors. Incremental crack propagation directions are evaluated using the maximum principal stress criterion and a combined predictor–corrector algorithm implemented for propagation angle and increment by: This book presents the simulation of crack growth in concrete in a straightforward manner using the fictitious crack model in conjunction with the dual boundary element method (DBEM).

The DBEM is based on the application of the displacement boundary integral equation on one crack surface and of the traction boundary integral equation on the other. A three-dimensional dual boundary element formulation for the analysis of the fatigue crack growth of an using the boundary element method.

growth. Description The objective of this book is to formulate, implement and apply the dual boundary element methods in three-dimensional crack problems and linear elastic fracture mechanics. The dual boundary element method has been developed to overcome the ill-conditioning problems associated with the conventional boundary element method.

Seventh International Conference on Boundary Element Technology 'Betech 92', held at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, June Keywords architecture design element finite element method fracture mechanics heat transfer mechanics microstructure numerical method polymer rock mechanics service simulation technology vibration.

This text describes the dual boundary element method and its application to the analysis of fatigue crack-growth problems, in the context of the damage tolerance analysis. Dual boundary element incremental analysis of crack growth. By A Portela, Southampton (United Kingdom) Wessex Inst.

of Technology and London (United Kingdom) Council for National Academic Awards. Abstract. A two-dimensional boundary element method for analysis of closed or partially closed cracks under normal and frictional forces is developed.

The single domain dual formulation is used. As a contact problem is non-linear due to the friction phenomena at the crack interface and also because of the boundary conditions which may change during the loading, it is formulated in Author: Jukka Tuhkuri.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): A two-dimensional boundary element method for analysis of closed or partially closed cracks under normal and frictional forces is developed.

The single domain dual formulation is used. As a contact problem is non-linear due to the friction phenomena at the crack interface and also because of the boundary. The dual boundary element method is applied to perform an analysis of the cracked domain and the J-integral technique is used to compute stress intensity factors.

Incremental crack propagation directions are evaluated using the maximum principal stress criterion and a combined predictor–corrector algorithm implemented for propagation angle Cited by: The present paper is concerned with the formulation of the singularity subtraction technique in the dual boundary element analysis of the mixed-mode deformation of general homogeneous cracked plates.

The equations of the dual boundary element method are the displacement and the traction boundary integral by: Dual boundary element incremental analysis of crack growth. Author: Portela, Artur. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Southampton Current Institution: University of Southampton Date of Award: Availability of Full Text.

A Dual Boundary Element Formulation for Three-Dimensional Fracture Analysis; Buy book. This volume presents the dual boundary element formulation which uses continuous elements in three dimensions, and applies it to the analysis of geomechanical fracture problems and fatigue crack growth.

the method is extended to the analysis of. Incremental crack extension analysis The incremental crack extension analysis assumes a piece wise linear discrimination of the unknown crack path.

For each increment of the crack extension, the dual boundary element method is applied to carry out a stress analysis of the cracked structure and the J-integral is the technique usedFile Size: 1MB. Invited Paper Dual boundary element method for three-dimensional crack growth analysis Y.

Mi*, M.H. Aliabadi Wessex Institute of Technology, Cited by: 1. Dual Boundary Element Analysis for Creep Fracture,This work presents a new formulation of the Boundary Element Method (BEM) for nonlinear time-dependent problems.

An incremental process, in order to reach the steady state condition and the secondary steady stage for visco-plasticity and creep respectively, has also been by: 3.

Dual boundary element method for three-dimensional fracture mechanics analysis. Dual boundary element incremental analysis of crack propagation. A Portela, MH Aliabadi, DP Rooke. Computers & Structures 46 (2),Taylor expansions for singular kernels in the boundary element method Crack growth analysis in.

The boundary element method and especially the analysis of fracture mechanics problems by using the dual boundary element program Cracker is introduced. This code is especially suitable for studying crack growth in two-dimensional, linear, and elastic problems.

Cracker can automatically model an incremental crack extension, and no user Author: J. Tuhkuri. Dual Boundary Element Incremental Analysis of Crack Growth in Rotating Disc p.

Application of Damage Mechanics Concepts to the Boundary Element Method p. The Effective Use and Accuracy of BEASY'S Discontinuous Boundary Elements for. Snap-back analysis of fracture evolution in multi-cracked solids using boundary element method a numerical model for crack growth is developed according to the LEFM criteria.

A slow and controlled crack propagation where the Dual Boundary Element Method (DBEM) is shown to be computationally. This work calculates the stress intensity factors (SIFs) at the crack tips, predicts the crack initiation angles, and simulates the crack propagation path in the two-dimensional cracked anisotropic materials using the single-domain boundary element method (BEM) combined with maximum circumferential stress criterion.

The BEM formulation, based on the relative displacements of the crack Cited by: 2. accurate stress analysis is performed by the boundary element method in terms of the 3D Dual BEM. Secondly, a suitable 3D crack growth criterion based on experimental observations is utilized. Due to the non–linearity of crack growth the whole procedure is embedded in an advanced incremental crack growth : K.

Kolk, G. Kuhn. This work presents the boundary element method used for the analysis of crack growth in concrete structures. The analysis is based on the dual boundary element method to represent cracks in concrete, Read more. Dual Boundary Element Analysis for Creep Fracture,Education, Occupation, Career, This work presents a new formulation of the Boundary Element Method (BEM) for nonlinear time-dependent problems.

An incremental process, in order to reach the steady state condition and the secondary steady stage for visco Pages: For each crack extension the dual boundary element method is used to perform a single region analysis of the cracked component and the corresponding fracture parameter (K or J depending on if the analysis is elastic or elastoplastic) is computed along the crack front.

New positions of the crack front are determined using the Paris law. An efficient boundary element-free method is established for 2-D crack problems by combining a pair of boundary integral equations and the moving-least square approximation.

The displacement boundary integral equation is collated on the on-crack boundary, and a new traction boundary integral equation is applied on the crack surface without the separate Author: Jinchao Yue, Liwu Chang, Yuzhou Sun.

FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH The dual boundary element method (DBEM) [3] is employed for the analysis of two-dimensional plates with cracks.

Paris-Erdogan law and maximum circumferential stress criterion are adopted for the crack growth rate and tangent direction, respectively. The mixed-mode stress intensity factors (SIF) are evaluated by J-integral.Firstly, an accurate stress analysis is performed by the boundary element method in terms of the 3D Dual BEM.

Secondly, a suitable 3D crack growth criterion based on experimental observations is utilized. Due to the non‐linearity of crack growth the whole procedure is embedded in an advanced incremental crack growth : K. Kolk, G. Kuhn.Abstract: The efficient solution of the 3D crack surface contact problem utilizing the boundary element method (BEM) is presented.

The dual discontinuity method (DDM), a special formulation of the BEM, is applied. This method deals directly with the relative displacements and the discontinuities of the tractions at the crack.