An Endochronic Model for Concrete with Intrinsic Time
Recently, the development of general constitutive models has become a subject of interest within the context of finite element analysis of reinforced concrete structures. Generally, the incremental plasticity theory and flow rules are used as the basis for such developments.
KeywordsIntrinsic Time Strain Space Triaxial Loading Compression Cyclic Loading Endochronic Theory
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