Woodhead Publishing Series in Composites Science and Engineering, Representative Volume Elements and Unit Cells
Concepts, Theory, Applications and Implementation
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Representative Volume Elements and Unit Cells: Concepts, Theory, Applications and Implementation clearly explains how representative volume elements and unit cells should to be accurately constructed in terms of finite element analysis, the imposition of boundary conditions, prescription of loads, meshing and post-processing. The theoretical background for using FEA in materials characterization is given in full, hence readers will gain a clear and detailed understanding of the underlying principles that they can use in the development of their own models. Full derivations for some commonly used unit cells are presented so that users can directly apply them in their own developments.
Finally, a piece of code designed as an add-on to Abaqus software, UnitCells, is provided on a companion site for the material characterization of some of the common types of composites. In addition, a user manual and relevant templates are included.
- Give users the information they need to feel more confident when using REV/UC models to analysis large structures with accuracy and efficiency
- Includes systematic explanations of REV and UC theories, as well as their applications in composites
- Illustrates, in detail, how to set up unit cell models and provides the open source code to implement via Abaqus
|Titel:||Woodhead Publishing Series in Composites Science and Engineering, Representative Volume Elements and Unit Cells|
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Professor Li was one of the two advisors to the 2nd World Wide Failure Exercise for Polymer Composites (on 3D failure theories). He is one of the organisers for the 3rd Exercise of the same (on damage theories). The outcomes have been published in Journal of Composite Materials. He is on the editorial board of the International Journal of Mechanical Sciences. He is a visiting professor of NUAA and Zhejiang University, China. He is one of the Qinling Experts at AVIC Aircraft Strength Research Institute and a Technical Advisor to Sinoma Science and Technology, China.
Professor Li has published well over 100 academic papers, most of them in highly reputable international journals. His main research interest is in the area of analysis of composite materials and structures, in particular, on modelling damage and failure, micromechanics and material characterization. As an outcome of his research on micromechanical modelling of composites, a piece of software UnitCells has been commercialized which offers material scientists and structural designers a useful tool for characterisation of composites in terms of effective elastic properties as well as strength properties.
Provides a comprehensive and systematic review on finite element analysis using representative volume elements (RVEs) and unit cells (UCs)