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Conference on Damage in Composite Materials 2006, September in Stuttgart, Germany

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"University of Stuttgart" Search Results: 4 in Date '2006-12-01'      Search  
Title / Author(s) / Keywords Session
Micro Mechanical Damage Modeling
An Open Toolbox for Damage Simulation
F. Wittel12, M. D’Ottavio2, B. Kröplin23
1Institute for Building Materials, Computational Material Science; ETH Zurich - University of science and technology45, Zürich, Switzerland
2University of Stuttgart282, Stuttgart , Germany
finite element, modeling simulation, Discrete Element Method, Numerical Failure Analysis, Puck?s Theory, Laminated Plate Elements, damage Mechanisms, micro-Mechanics, Representative Volume Elements, Unified Formulation
Micro Mechanical Damage Modeling
Physical Aspects of Fracture
Fiber Bundle Models for Composite Materials
H. Herrmann12, F. Kun23, F. Raischel3
1Institute for Building Materials, Computational Material Science; ETH Zurich - University of science and technology45, Zürich, Switzerland
2Dept. of Solid State Physics; University of Debrecen8, Debrecen, Hungary
3University of Stuttgart282, Stuttgart , Germany
modeling simulation, computational physics, disorder, disordered materials, fbm, fiber bundle, statistical physics, composite
Physical Aspects of Fracture
Poster
Field of Stresses in an Isotropic Plane With Circular Inclusion under Tensile Stress
Y. Deryugin1, G. Lasko1, S. Schmauder2
1Institute for Strength Physics and Materials Science (ISPMS SB RAS)8, Tomsk, Russia
2Institut für Materialprüfung, Werkstoffkunde und Festigkeitslehre (IMWF); University of Stuttgart282, Stuttgart , Germany
stress field components, inclusion, boundary conditions, circular inclusion, linear theory of elasticity, method of superposition
Poster
Structural Health Monitoring
Nondestructive Testing of Overhead Transmission Lines
S. Branham1, S. Hurlebaus15, M. Wilson1, B. Beadle2, L. Gaul23
1Zachry Department of Civil Engineering; Texas A&M University7, College Station, TX, USA
2University of Stuttgart282, Stuttgart , Germany
Ultrasonic Testing (UT), transducer, longitudinal waves, piezoelectric transducers, Other Methods, Pochhammer bar, transmission line, cable
Structural Health Monitoring
   
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