The possibility to predict crack patterns on dynamic fracture

R F M Lobo, Lucas Alves

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Abstract

he maximum energy dissipation principle (MEDP), for dynamics fracture systems far from equilibrium, proposed by Slepyan was modified. This modification includes a decoupling between the injected and dissipated energies by adding a time delay and a description of the ruggedness produced by dissipation patterns. A time delayed energy conservation equation is deduced and dynamical equations that describe the dynamical system evolution were obtained in analogous way to the Slepyan's calculations. The conditions for the rising of the instability process were presented by a bifurcation map. These results show that the theoretical framework proposed can describe the instability process along with dissipation patterns formation. This proposal was applied to dynamics fracture where it was possible to explain the results obtained by Fineberg-Gross for the fast crack propagation in PMMA. For unstable or dynamical crack propagation it is shown the possibility to predict crack patterns using this MEDP for other experimental configurations.
Original languageEnglish
TypeCornell University Library
Media of outputArchives Cornell Univ
PublisherCornell University Library
Number of pages9
Place of PublicationUSA
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2016

Keywords

  • Dynamic fracture
  • Fast crack growth
  • Energy dissipation
  • Patterns formation
  • Time delay

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    Lobo, R. F. M., & Alves, L. (2016, Mar 1). The possibility to predict crack patterns on dynamic fracture. USA: Cornell University Library.