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Title: Bond-slip analysis via a cohesive-zone model simulating damage, friction and interlocking
Authors: Serpieri, R
Varricchio, L
Sacco, E
Alfano, G
Keywords: Fracture energy;Friction;Interface elements;Interlocking;Mixed-mode delamination;Thermodynamics with internal variables
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Gruppo Italiano Frattura
Citation: Fracture and Structural Integrity, 29: 284 - 292, (July 2014)
Abstract: A recently proposed cohesive-zone model which effectively combines damage, friction and mechanical interlocking has been revisited and further validated by numerically simulating the pull-out test, from a concrete block, of a ribbed steel bar in the post-yield deformation range. The simulated response is in good agreement with experimental measurements of the bond slip characteristics in the post-yield range of deformed bars reported in the literature. This study highlights the main features of the model: with physically justified and relatively simple arguments, and within the sound framework of thermodynamics with internal variables, the model effectively separates the three main sources of energy dissipation, i.e. loss of adhesion, friction along flat interfaces and mechanical interlocking. This study provides further evidence that the proposed approach allows easier and physically clearer procedures for the determination of the model parameters of such three elementary mechanical behaviours, and makes possible their interpretation and measurement as separate material property, as a viable alternative to lumping these parameters into single values of the fracture energy. In particular, the proposed approach allows to consider a single value of the adhesion energy for modes I and II.
URI: http://www.fracturae.com/index.php/fis/article/view/IGF-ESIS.29.24
http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/11025
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3221/IGF-ESIS.29.24
ISSN: 1971-8993
Appears in Collections:Dept of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering Research Papers

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