Origin of the universal roughness exponent of brittle fracture surfaces:stress-weighted percolation in the damage zone.

Abstract

We suggest that the observed large-scale universal roughness of brittle fracture surfaces is due to the fracture propagation being a damage coalescence process described by a stress-weighted percolation phenomenon in a self-generated quadratic damage gradient. We use the quasistatic 2D fuse model as a paradigm of a mode I fracture model. We measure for this… (More)

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