# Effective toughness of periodic heterogeneous materials: the effect of out-of-plane excursions of cracks

@article{Lebihain2020EffectiveTO, title={Effective toughness of periodic heterogeneous materials: the effect of out-of-plane excursions of cracks}, author={Mathias Lebihain and Jean-Baptiste Leblond and Laurent Ponson}, journal={Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids}, year={2020}, volume={137}, pages={103876} }

## 16 Citations

Effective toughness of disordered brittle solids: A homogenization framework

- Materials ScienceJournal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids
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Towards brittle materials with tailored fracture properties: the decisive influence of the material disorder and its microstructure

- Materials ScienceInternational Journal of Fracture
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Considering a semi-infinite crack propagating within a plane where the local fracture energy fluctuates due to the presence of microstructural heterogeneities, we emphasize the decisive influence of…

Effective Toughness of Heterogeneous Materials with Rate-Dependent Fracture Energy.

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These measurements demonstrate the applicability of the classical equation of motion of cracks at a discontinuity of fracture energy: the crack speed jumps at the entrance and exit of an obstacle, as predicted by the crack-tip energy balance within the brittle fracture framework.

Numerical fracture mechanics based prediction for the roughening of brittle cracks in 2D disordered solids

- Materials ScienceInternational Journal of Fracture
- 2021

The behavior of fractures in 2D brittle disordered materials results from the competition between the microstructural disorder that roughens cracks and the material elasticity that straightens them.…

Crack-path selection in phase-field models for brittle fracture

- Physics
- 2022

This work presents a critical overview of the eﬀects of diﬀerent aspects of model formulation on crack path selection in quasi-static phase ﬁeld fracture. We consider diﬀerent evolution methods,…

Dynamice fracture in a semicristalline polymer: an analysis of the fracture surface

- Materials ScienceEPJ Web of Conferences
- 2021

The fracture behaviour of a specific material, a semi-crystalline biobased polymer, was here studied. Dynamic fracture tests on strip band specimens were carried out. Fracture surfaces were observed…

Dynamic fracture in a semicrystalline biobased polymer: an analysis of the fracture surface

- Materials ScienceInternational Journal of Fracture
- 2020

The fracture behaviour of a semi-crystalline bio-based polymer was studied. Dynamic fracture tests on strip band specimens were carried out. Fracture surfaces were observed at different scales by…

Computing the effective crack energy of heterogeneous and anisotropic microstructures via anisotropic minimal surfaces

- Materials ScienceComputational Mechanics
- 2021

A variety of materials, such as polycrystalline ceramics or carbon fiber reinforced polymers, show a pronounced anisotropy in their local crack resistance. We introduce an FFT-based method to compute…

A non incremental variational principle for brittle fracture

- PhysicsInternational Journal of Solids and Structures
- 2022

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