A Lattice Model for Viscoelastic Fracture

@inproceedings{Slepyan2000ALM,
  title={A Lattice Model for Viscoelastic Fracture},
  author={Leonid I. Slepyan and M. V. AYZENBERG-STEPANENKO and John Dempsey},
  year={2000}
}
A plane, periodic, square-cell lattice is considered, consisting of point particles connected by mass-less viscoelastic bonds. Homogeneous and inhomogeneous problems for steady-state semi-infinite crack propagation in an unbounded lattice and lattice strip are studied. Expressions for the local-to-global energy-release-rate ratios, stresses and strains of the breaking bonds as well as the crack opening displacement are derived. Comparative results are obtained for homogeneous viscoelastic… CONTINUE READING
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