Micromechanical approach to wood fracture by three-dimensional mixed lattice-continuum model at fiber level

@article{SedighiGilani2007MicromechanicalAT,
  title={Micromechanical approach to wood fracture by three-dimensional mixed lattice-continuum model at fiber level},
  author={M. Sedighi-Gilani and P. Navi},
  journal={Wood Science and Technology},
  year={2007},
  volume={41},
  pages={619-634}
}
  • M. Sedighi-Gilani, P. Navi
  • Published 2007
  • Materials Science
  • Wood Science and Technology
  • To investigate the fracture behavior of wood, the porosity and heterogeneities of its microstructure should be taken into account. Considering these features of wood microstructure in a continuum-based model is still a difficult problem and the lattice model might be an alternative. In the developed mixed lattice-continuum model, the probable crack propagation volume was modeled by defining a three-dimensional lattice of different beam elements and the other regions were considered as continuum… CONTINUE READING
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