Finite Element Analysis of Composite Materials Using Abaqus

ISBN-10: 1466516615

ISBN-13: 9781466516618

Edition: 2013

Authors: Ever J. Barbero
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Description: Completely revised and updated, this book is a new version of Finite Element Analysis of Composite Materials with worked examples rewritten in Abaqus software instead of ANSYS. Based on one of the best-known textbooks on finite element analysis of composite materials, it reflects the state of the art in modeling. The original book will also be updated but will provide ANSYS problems.

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Book details

List price: $139.00
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: CRC Press LLC
Publication date: 4/18/2013
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 444
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.310
Language: English

Series Preface
Preface
Acknowledgments
List of Symbols
List of Examples
Mechanics of Orthotropic Materials
Lamina Coordinate System
Displacements
Strain
Stress
Contracted Notation
Alternate Contracted Notation
Equilibrium and Virtual Work
Boundary Conditions
Traction Boundary Conditions
Free Surface Boundary Conditions
Continuity Conditions
Traction Continuity
Displacement Continuity
Compatibility
Coordinate Transformations
Stress Transformation
Strain Transformation
Transformation of Constitutive Equations
3D Constitutive Equations
Anisotropic Material
Monoclinic Material
Orthotropic Material
Transversely Isotropic Material
Isotropic Material
Engineering Constants
Restrictions on Engineering Constants
From 3D to Plane Stress Equations
Apparent Laminate Properties
Suggested Problems
Introduction to Finite Element Analysis
Basic FEM Procedure
Discretization
Element Equations
Approximation over an Element
Interpolation Functions
Element Equations for a Specific Problem
Assembly of Element Equations
Boundary Conditions
Solution of the Equations
Solution Inside the Elements
Derived Results
General Finite Element Procedure
Solid Modeling, Analysis, and Visualization
Model Geometry
Material and Section Properties
Assembly
Solution Steps
Loads
Boundary Conditions
Meshing and Element Type
Solution Phase
Post-processing and Visualization
Suggested Problems
Elasticity and Strength of Laminates
Kinematic of Shells
First-Order Shear Deformation Theory
Kirchhoff Theory
Simply Supported Boundary Conditions
Finite Element Analysis of Laminates
Element Types and Naming Convention
Thin (Kirchhoff) Shell Elements
Thick Shell Elements
General-purpose (FSDT) Shell Elements
Continuum Shell Elements
Sandwich Shells
Nodes and Curvature
Drilling Rotation
A, B, D, H Input Data for Laminate FEA
Equivalent Orthotropic Input for Laminate FEA
LSS for Multidirectional Laminate FEA
FEA of Ply Drop-Off Laminates
FEA of Sandwich Shells
Element Coordinate System
Constraints
Failure Criteria
2D Failure Criteria
3D Failure Criteria
Predefined Fields
Suggested Problems
Buckling
Eigenvalue Buckling Analysis
Imperfection Sensitivity
Asymmetric Bifurcation
Post-critical Path
Continuation Methods
Suggested Problems
Free Edge Stresses
Poisson's Mismatch
Interlaminar Force
Interlaminar Moment
Coefficient of Mutual Influence
Interlaminar Stress due to Mutual Influence
Suggested Problems
Computational Micromechanics
Analytical Homogenization
Reuss Model
Voigt Model
Periodic Microstructure Model
Transversely Isotropic Averaging
Numerical Homogenization
Local-Global Analysis
Laminated RVE
Suggested Problems
Viscoelasticity
Viscoelastic Models
Maxwell Model
Kelvin Model
Standard Linear Solid
Maxwell-Kelvin Model
Power Law
Prony Series
Standard Nonlinear Solid
Nonlinear Power Law
Boltzmann Superposition
Linear Viscoelastic Material
Unaging Viscoelastic Material
Correspondence Principle
Frequency Domain
Spectrum Representation
Micromechanics of Viscoelastic Composites
One-Dimensional Case
Three-Dimensional Case
Macromechanics of Viscoelastic Composites
Balanced Symmetric Laminates
General Laminates
FEA of Viscoelastic Composites
Suggested Problems
Continuum Damage Mechanics
One-Dimensional Damage Mechanics
Damage Variable
Damage Threshold and Activation Function
Kinetic Equation
Statistical Interpretation of the Kinetic Equation
One-Dimensional Random-Strength Model
Fiber-Direction, Tension Damage
Fiber-Direction, Compression Damage
Multidimensional Damage and Effective Spaces
Thermodynamics Formulation
First Law
Second Law
Kinetic Law in Three-Dimensional Space
Return-Mapping Algorithm
Damage and Plasticity
Suggested Problems
Discrete Damage Mechanics
Overview
Approximations
Lamina Constitutive Equation
Displacement Field
Boundary Conditions for �T = 0
Boundary Conditions for �T ≠ 0
Degraded Laminate Stiffness and CTE
Degraded Lamina Stiffness
Fracture Energy
Solution Algorithm
Lamina Iterations
Laminate Iterations
Suggested Problems
Delaminations
Cohesive Zone Method
Single Mode Cohesive Model
Mixed Mode Cohesive Model
Virtual Crack Closure Technique
Suggested Problems
Tensor Algebra
Principal Directions of Stress and Strain
Tensor Symmetry
Matrix Representation of a Tensor
Double Contraction
Tensor Inversion
Tensor Differentiation
Derivative of a Tensor with Respect to Itself
Derivative of the Inverse of a Tensor with Respect to the Tensor
Second-Order Diagonal Damage Models
Effective and Damaged Spaces
Thermodynamic Force Y
Damage Surface
Unrecoverable-Strain Surface
Software Used
Abaqus
Abaqus Programmable Features
BMI3
References
Index
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