Multiscale dynamic transition of 2D metallic materials using the boundary element method

Multiscale dynamic transition of 2D metallic materials using the boundary element method

Juan E. Alvarez, Andres F. Galvis, Paulo Sollero

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Agradecimentos: The authors would like to thank the Center for Computational Engineering and Science (CCES-CEPID/UNICAMP) for providing access to computational facilities. The authors gratefully acknowledge to the National Council for the Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq), grants...

In this paper, a multiscale dynamic transition is analyzed for metallic materials. The boundary element method (BEM) is used in order to model macro and micro domains, being considered isotropic and anisotropic properties respectively. To connect both scales, a displacement field is obtained from...

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Multiscale dynamic transition of 2D metallic materials using the boundary element method

Juan E. Alvarez, Andres F. Galvis, Paulo Sollero


										

Multiscale dynamic transition of 2D metallic materials using the boundary element method

Juan E. Alvarez, Andres F. Galvis, Paulo Sollero

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    Computational materials science

    Vol. 155 (Dec., 2018), p. 383-392