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Elalfy, M.H.I. (author), Abdalla, Mostafa M. (author), Abuelfoutouh, Nader (author)
Traditional failure criteria for composites are usually formulated in material coordinates and depend on all three inplane stresses, hence failure evaluation depends on the ply angle. The omnistrain failure envelope describes the most critical failure envelope in strain space irrespective of ply orientation. This independence of ply...
journal article 2023
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Baar, Simon (author), Pavlov, Leonid (author), Kassapoglou, C. (author)
Onset Theory (previously known as Strain Invariant Failure Theory) is a physics-based composite failure criterion attempting to predict failure at the level of constituents rather than for a homogenized ply. Applying Onset Theory correctly requires a number of steps. As a starting point for other researchers, a consistent approach is...
journal article 2022
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Pari, M. (author), van de Graaf, Anne (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Rots, J.G. (author)
In the finite element modelling of masonry structures, the micro-modelling technique of differentiating the continuum into a linear elastic bulk, and interfaces representing non-linear joints is common. However, this approach of simulating cracking-crushing-shearing failure possibilities in interfaces, typical of damage in masonry, also poses...
journal article 2021
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Baar, S. (author)
Many composite failure criteria suffer from serious flaws related to prediction accuracy and the number of tests required to apply them, as found for example during the World Wide Failure Exercises. In 2001, Jon Gosse of Boeing Phantom Works developed a new criterion for matrix failure. Initially known as Strain Invariant Failure Theory (SIFT),...
master thesis 2017
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