Considerable effort has been devoted in recent years to the formulation of degradation and damage. A large portion of the models, however, still correspond to variations of the traditional ``(1-D)-type'' scalar damage formulation, while a smaller portion represents other kinds of isotropic or anisotropic degradation. In previous papers the authors proposed a general unified framework for degradation and damage which is similar in terminology and notation to the well-known theory of elasto-plasticity. In the present paper, that theory is briefly revisited, and new more general formulations of isotropic as well as anisotropic damage are described within the same framework.

(1998). On the formulation of isotropic and anisotropic damage [conference presentation - intervento a convegno]. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/66468

On the formulation of isotropic and anisotropic damage

RIZZI, Egidio;
1998-01-01

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Considerable effort has been devoted in recent years to the formulation of degradation and damage. A large portion of the models, however, still correspond to variations of the traditional ``(1-D)-type'' scalar damage formulation, while a smaller portion represents other kinds of isotropic or anisotropic degradation. In previous papers the authors proposed a general unified framework for degradation and damage which is similar in terminology and notation to the well-known theory of elasto-plasticity. In the present paper, that theory is briefly revisited, and new more general formulations of isotropic as well as anisotropic damage are described within the same framework.
Carol, Ignacio; Rizzi, Egidio; Willam, Kaspar
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