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Lu, X. (author), Chen, B. (author), Tan, V. B.C. (author), Tay, T. E. (author)
The interaction between matrix cracks and interface delamination is a major failure mechanism in composite laminates and has been a subject of active research in recent years. Although coupled failure behaviour of composite laminates between matrix cracks and delamination has been observed in experiments, accurate modelling of this phenomenon...
conference paper 2020
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Lu, X. (author), Ridha, M. (author), Chen, B. (author), Tan, V. B.C. (author), Tay, T. E. (author)
The cohesive element (CE) has been widely used to model delamination in laminated composites. The penalty stiffness, interfacial strength and fracture toughness are three CE parameters that often determine the accuracy of the numerical analysis by finite elements (FEs). The fracture toughness may be experimentally determined through standard...
journal article 2019
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Lu, X. (author), Chen, B. (author), Tan, V. B.C. (author), Tay, T. E. (author)
The cohesive element has been widely employed to model delamination and matrix cracking in composite materials. However, an extremely fine mesh along the potential crack path is required to achieve accurate predictions of stresses within the cohesive zone. A sufficient number of cohesive elements must be present within the cohesive zone ahead...
journal article 2018
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Lu, X. (author), Chen, B. (author), Tan, V. B.C. (author), Tay, T. E. (author)
A three-dimensional separable cohesive element (SCE) is proposed to enable the modelling of interaction between matrix cracking and interfacial delamination in laminated fibre-reinforced composite materials. It is demonstrated that traditional cohesive elements are incapable of modelling the coupled failure mechanisms accurately if...
journal article 2018
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