Multi-scale modeling of the mechanical behavior of polycrystalline ice under transient creep

@inproceedings{Suquet2012MultiscaleMO,
  title={Multi-scale modeling of the mechanical behavior of polycrystalline ice under transient creep},
  author={Pierre Suquet and Herv{\'e} Moulinec and Olivier Castelnau and M Montagnat and No{\"e}l Lahellec and Fanny Grennerat and Paul Marie Duval and Renald Brenner},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract Ice is a challenging material for understanding the overall behavior of polycrystalline materials and more specifically the coupling between elastic and viscous e_ects during transient creep. At the single crystal level, ice is an hexagonal material with a rather weak elastic anisotropy but with a strong viscoplastic anisotropy. The strain-stress curve of ice single crystals shows a softening behavior depending on the strain-rate. The strong viscous anisotropy of ice gives rise to the… CONTINUE READING
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