In this paper, a 3D non-local lattice bond model is proposed to model fracturing behaviors of materials. First, the formulations and detailed derivation for three-dimensional non-local lattice bond models are obtained by comparing the strain energy stored in a discrete lattice with the classical continuum strain energy. Then, the capabilities of three-dimensional non-local lattice bond models are verified using benchmarks. To further assess the performance of the non-local lattice bond model, fracturing behaviors in brittle solids are predicted. Compared with the previous numerical results, the proposed model demonstrates better performances, which are more consistent with the experimental observations. © 2022, The Author(s), under exclusive licence to Springer Nature B.V.

A three-dimensional non-local lattice bond model for fracturing behavior prediction in brittle solids

Fu L.;Berto Filippo
2022

Abstract

In this paper, a 3D non-local lattice bond model is proposed to model fracturing behaviors of materials. First, the formulations and detailed derivation for three-dimensional non-local lattice bond models are obtained by comparing the strain energy stored in a discrete lattice with the classical continuum strain energy. Then, the capabilities of three-dimensional non-local lattice bond models are verified using benchmarks. To further assess the performance of the non-local lattice bond model, fracturing behaviors in brittle solids are predicted. Compared with the previous numerical results, the proposed model demonstrates better performances, which are more consistent with the experimental observations. © 2022, The Author(s), under exclusive licence to Springer Nature B.V.
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