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Extended finite element method for dynamic fracture of piezoelectric materials

  title={Extended finite element method for dynamic fracture of piezoelectric materials},
  author={H. Nguyen-Vinh and Ilyani Akmar Abu Bakar and Mohammed A. Msekh and J.-H. Song and Jacob Muthu and Goangseup Zi and Phong B. H. Le and St{\'e}phane P. A. Bordas and R. N. Simpson and Sundararajan Natarajan and T. Lahmer and Timon Rabczuk},
Stable discontinuous space–time analysis of dynamic interface crack growth in orthotropic bi-materials using oscillatory crack tip enrichment functions
ABSTRACT The problem of dynamic interface crack propagation in layered composites is addressed in this paper. Recently developed dynamic orthotropic bi-material enrichment functions are utilized toExpand
Experimental and XFEM Simulation of Tensile and Fracture Behavior of Al 6061 Alloy Processed by Severe Plastic Deformation
The tensile and fracture behavior of ultrafine-grained Al 6061 alloy has been studied by experimental testing and extended finite element method simulation. The ultrafine-grained alloy processed byExpand
Evaluating Fracture Toughness of Rolled Zircaloy-2 at Different Temperatures Using XFEM
Fracture toughness and mechanical properties of the zircaloy-2 processed by rolling at different temperatures have been investigated, and simulations have been performed using extended finite elementExpand
2D dynamic analysis of cracks and interface cracks in piezoelectric composites using the SBFEM
Abstract The dynamic stress and electric displacement intensity factors of impermeable cracks in homogeneous piezoelectric materials and interface cracks in piezoelectric bimaterials are evaluated byExpand
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Fajnerová I, Vlček K, Brom C, Dvorská K, Levčík D, Konrádová L, Mikoláš P, Ungrmanová M, Bída M, Blahna K, Španiel F, Stuchlík A, Horáček J, Rodriguez M. Virtual Spatial Navigation Tests Based onExpand


Application of the X-FEM to the fracture of piezoelectric materials
This paper presents an application of the extended finite element method (X-FEM) to the analysis of fracture in piezoelectric materials. These materials are increasingly used in actuators andExpand
2-D transient dynamic analysis of cracked piezoelectric solids by a time-domain BEM
Transient dynamic crack analysis of two-dimensional (2-D), homogeneous and linear piezoelectric solids is presented in this paper. For this purpose, a time-domain boundary element method (BEM) isExpand
Electrical Nonlinearity in Fracture of Piezoelectric Ceramics
Exact solutions for the plane problem in piezoelectric materials with an elliptic or a crack
Based on the complex potential approach, the two-dimensional problems in a piezoelectric material containing an elliptic hole subjected to uniform remote loads are studied. The explicit, closed-formExpand
Enriched residual free bubbles for semiconductor device simulation
This article outlines a method for stabilising the current continuity equations which are used for semiconductor device simulation. Residual-free bubble functions (RfBF) are incorporated into aExpand
Analysis of functionally graded plates using an edge-based smoothed finite element method
An edge-based smoothed finite element method (ES-FEM) with stabilized discrete shear gap (DSG) technique using triangular meshes (ES-DSG) was recently proposed to enhance the accuracy of the existingExpand
Crack growth calculations in solder joints based on microstructural phenomena with X-FEM
Abstract Determining the lifetime of solder joints subjected to thermomechanical loads is crucial to guarantee the quality of electronic devices. The fatigue process is heavily dependent on theExpand
Natural frequencies of cracked functionally graded material plates by the extended finite element method
In this paper, the linear free flexural vibration of cracked functionally graded material plates is studied using the extended finite element method. A 4-noded quadrilateral plate bending elementExpand
On the performance of strain smoothing for enriched finite element approximations (XFEM/GFEM/PUFEM)
  • Int J Numer Meth Eng
  • 2011
A 2D time-domain collocation-Galerkin BEM for dynamic crack analysis in piezoelectric solids
A time-domain boundary element method (TDBEM) for transient dynamic analysis of two-dimensional (2D), homogeneous, anisotropic and linear piezoelectric cracked solids is presented in this paper. TheExpand