Devolopment of Microstructure Damage in Structurally Heterogeneous Materials under Deformation

  title={Devolopment of Microstructure Damage in Structurally Heterogeneous Materials under Deformation},
  author={V. V. Struzhanov and Sergei S. Volkov and Tatiana Volkova},
The proposed model represents a micro-heterogeneous medium with random properties of elastic-brittle microstructure elements and with fractures forming during the deformation of structurally heterogeneous materials. The probability of stress exceeding the ultimate strength in one element determines the probability of the failure of this element and the relative damage at the micro level. The suggested methodology for the calculation of damage is based on the use of a single parameter… 
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