CDPM2: A damage-plasticity approach to modelling the failure of concrete

  title={CDPM2: A damage-plasticity approach to modelling the failure of concrete},
  author={P. Grassl and Dimitrios Xenos and Ulrika Nystrom and Rasmus Rempling and Kent Gylltoft},
  journal={International Journal of Solids and Structures},
Modelling the dynamic response of concrete with the damage plasticity model CDPM2
  • P. Grassl
  • Engineering, Materials Science
    Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Fracture Mechanics of Concrete and Concrete Structures
  • 2019
The recently proposed damage-plasticity constitutive model CDPM2 has been extended to the modelling of plain and reinforced concrete subjected to dynamic loading by making the damage part dependent on the strain rate.
A New 3D Empirical Plastic and Damage Model for Simulating the Failure of Concrete Structure
A new plastic–damage constitutive model based on the combination of damage mechanics and classical plastic theory was developed to simulate the failure of concrete. In order to explain different
A Plastic-Damage Model for Concrete under Cyclic Loads
A constitutive model based on a novel coupled elastoplastic-damage framework is adopted for the modelling of concrete under cyclic loads. Coupled elastoplastic-damage models have been used to capture
Evaluation of plasticity‐based concrete constitutive models under monotonic and cyclic loadings
This paper evaluates the applicability of several concrete models to simulate the behavior of concrete elements under monotonic and cyclic loadings. Several robust constitutive models based on the
Performance of isotropic constitutive laws in simulating failure mechanisms in scaled RC beams
Results of numerical calculations of reinforced concrete (RC) beams are presented. Based on experimental results on longitudinally reinforced specimens of different sizes and shapes are investigated.
A Dynamic Three Invariant Cap-Viscoplastic Damage Model for Ultrahigh-Performance Concrete
A new dynamic strain rate-dependent elasto-viscoplastic damage constitutive model for ultrahigh-performance concrete (UHPC) is developed by incorporating Duvaut–Lions viscoplasticity generalized to
An enhanced damage plasticity model for predicting the cyclic behavior of plain concrete under multiaxial loading conditions
Some of the current concrete damage plasticity models in the literature employ a single damage variable for both the tension and compression regimes, while a few more advanced models employ two


On a damage-plasticity approach to model concrete failure
A damage–plasticity constitutive model for the description of fracture in plain concrete is presented. Two approaches – the local model comprising the adjustment of the softening modulus and the
Damage-plastic model for concrete failure
A damage mechanics constitutive theory for the inelastic behaviour of concrete
Plastic model with non‐local damage applied to concrete
The present paper deals with a certain class of regularized models for concrete failure, combining plasticity with non‐local damage. The plastic part is local and uses a yield condition formulated in
Fracture Energy‐Based Plasticity Formulation of Plain Concrete
A comprehensive constitutive model is developed for the triaxial behavior of plain concrete. The formulation covers the full load-response spectrum in tension as well as in compression. The concrete
Plastic-Damage Model for Cyclic Loading of Concrete Structures
A new plastic-damage model for concrete subjected to cyclic loading is developed using the concepts of fracture-energy-based damage and stiffness degradation in continuum damage mechanics. Two damage