Numerical simulation of the failure of composite materials by using the grid-characteristic method
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This is an overview of the existing criteria of the failure of the composite materials and of the results of the application of some of them to simulate a low-speed hit on the composition material for the three-dimensional statement of the problem. Simulation is made by means of the grid-characteristic method. Reasons are given for the selection of specific criteria and they are compared with each other.
Keywordsmathematical simulation parallel algorithms grid-characteristic method composition materials failure of composites
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