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Computational Micro-Macro Analysis of Impact on Strain-Hardening Cementitious Composites (SHCC) Including Microscopic Inertia

Version 1 : Received: 24 September 2020 / Approved: 25 September 2020 / Online: 25 September 2020 (09:44:15 CEST)

How to cite: Tamsen, E.; Curosu, I.; Mechtcherine, V.; Balzani, D. Computational Micro-Macro Analysis of Impact on Strain-Hardening Cementitious Composites (SHCC) Including Microscopic Inertia. Preprints 2020, 2020090600 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202009.0600.v1). Tamsen, E.; Curosu, I.; Mechtcherine, V.; Balzani, D. Computational Micro-Macro Analysis of Impact on Strain-Hardening Cementitious Composites (SHCC) Including Microscopic Inertia. Preprints 2020, 2020090600 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202009.0600.v1).

Abstract

This paper presents a numerical two-scale framework for the simulation of fiber reinforced concrete under impact loading. The numerical homogenization framework considers the full balance of linear momentum at the microscale. This allows for the study of microscopic inertia effects affecting the macroscale. After describing the ideas of the dynamic framework and the material models applied at the microscale, the experimental behavior of the fiber and the fiber-matrix bond under varying loading rates are discussed. To capture the most important features, a simplified matrix cracking and a strain rate sensitive fiber pullout model are utilized at the microscale. A split Hopkinson bar tension test is used as an example to present the capabilities of the framework to analyze different sources of dynamic behavior measured at the macroscale. The induced loading wave is studied and the influence of structural inertia on the measured signals within the simulation are verified. Further parameter studies allow the analysis of the macroscopic response resulting from the rate dependent fiber pullout as well as the direct study of the microscale inertia. Even though the material models and the microscale discretization used within this study are still simplified, the value of the numerical two-scale framework to study material behavior under impact loading is shown.

Subject Areas

Computational Homogenization; Impact; Microscopic Inertia; SHCC; ECC; Fiber Pullout; Rate Effect

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