Simulation of Crack Propagation in Asphalt Concrete Using an Intrinsic Cohesive Zone Model

@inproceedings{Song2006SimulationOC,
  title={Simulation of Crack Propagation in Asphalt Concrete Using an Intrinsic Cohesive Zone Model},
  author={Seong Hyeok Song and Glaucio H. Paulino and William G. Buttlar},
  year={2006}
}
This is a practical paper which consists of investigating fracture behavior in asphalt concrete using an intrinsic cohesive zone model CZM . The separation and traction response along the cohesive zone ahead of a crack tip is governed by an exponential cohesive law specifically tailored to describe cracking in asphalt pavement materials by means of softening associated with the cohesive law. Finite-element implementation of the CZM is accomplished by means of a user subroutine using the user… CONTINUE READING
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