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Teixeira De Freitas, S. (author), Budzik, Michal K. (author)
The bondline thickness is a crucial parameter affecting the strength and toughness of adhesive joints. This parameter is responsible for the stress distribution, and thus, the efficiency of the stress transfer between the adherends, the failure modes, and the correspondent failure loads. However, the available literature reports different...
book chapter 2023
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Dias Fahmi Fajrin, Dias (author)
As the world’s population continues to increase, the demand for energy also increases. However, the use of fossil fuel energy has resulted in disadvantageous impacts for humans and the Earth. This condition becomes a good momentum to find a clean and more sustainable energy resources, given the fact that fossil fuel energy is a non-renewable...
master thesis 2020
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Bezerra, Francisco H. (author), de Castro, David L. (author), Maia, Rubson P. (author), Sousa, Maria O.L. (author), Moura-Lima, Elissandra N. (author), Rossetti, Dilce F. (author), Bertotti, G. (author), Souza, Zorano S. (author), Nogueira, Francisco C.C. (author)
Rifting and related normal stress regime in the equatorial continental margin of Brazil ceased during the Late Cretaceous, when the stress regimes in eastern South America and West Africa changed to induce strike-slip or reverse motion. In this study, we explore the postrift tectonic, geomorphic, magmatic, and sedimentary responses to stress...
journal article 2020
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Lepillier, B.P. (author), Daniilidis, Alexandros (author), Doonechaly Gholizadeh, Nima (author), Bruna, P.B.R. (author), Kummerow, Juliane (author), Bruhn, D.F. (author)
The use of the subsurface and the exploitation of subsurface resources require prior knowledge of fluid flow through fracture networks. For nuclear waste disposal, for the enhancement of hydrocarbon recovery from a field, or the development of an enhanced geothermal system (EGS), it is fundamental to constrain the fractures and the fracture...
journal article 2019
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Ghiassi, B. (author), Soltani, Masoud (author), Rahnamaye Sepehr, Sara (author)
This article presents a micromodeling computational framework for simulating the tensile response and tension-stiffening behavior of fiber reinforced polymer–strengthened reinforced concrete elements. The total response of strengthened elements is computed based on the local stress transfer mechanisms at the crack plane including concrete...
journal article 2018
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Martinez, M.J. (author), Pant, S (author), Yanishevsky, M (author), Backman, D (author)
Structural health monitoring has focused on the use of computational models to capture the effect of crack-like discontinuities on the behaviour of acoustic-ultrasonic signals. However, few models have taken into account the effect of geometric complexity in combination with residual stresses generated during the fatigue crack growth (FCG)...
journal article 2017
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Küntz, M. (author), Dyskin, A. (author), Lavallée, P. (author)
A steady-state flow method is used to examine micromechanisms of brittle failure in 2D elastic cracked media submitted to uniaxial compressive stress. The steady-state flow experiments were conducted with an incompressible Newtonian fluid in a Hele Shaw cell. Thin linear rubber inclusions were inserted in the cell to model preexisting cracks and...
conference paper 1998
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Dyskin, A.V. (author)
The fracture process in heterogeneous materials (e.g., concrete, rock, aggregate composites) under uniaxial compression proceeds in three stages differing in the scale levels involved. Stage 1 is the accumulation of wing cracks formed under compression from pre-existing defects. The wing cracks themselves cannot grow to an extent sufficient to...
journal article 1998
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Sluys, L.J. (author), De Borst, R. (author)
journal article 1992
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