Three-dimensional bridging scale analysis of dynamic fracture

@inproceedings{Park2005ThreedimensionalBS,
  title={Three-dimensional bridging scale analysis of dynamic fracture},
  author={Harold S. Park and Eduard G. Karpov and Patrick A. Klein and Wing Kam Liu},
  year={2005}
}
This paper presents a three-dimensional generalization of the bridging scale concurrent method, a finite temperature multiple scale method that couples molecular dynamics (MD) to finite elements (FE). The generalizations include the numerical calculation of the boundary condition acting upon the reduced MD region, as such boundary conditions are analytically intractable for realistic three-dimensional crystal structures. The formulation retains key advantages emphasized in previous papers… CONTINUE READING

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