Estimating Failure in Brittle Materials using Graph Theory

30 Jul 2018M. K. MudunuruN. PandaS. KarraG. SrinivasanV. T. ChauE. RougierA. HunterH. S. Viswanathan

In brittle fracture applications, failure paths, regions where the failure occurs and damage statistics, are some of the key quantities of interest (QoI). High-fidelity models for brittle failure that accurately predict these QoI exist but are highly computationally intensive, making them infeasible to incorporate in upscaling and uncertainty quantification frameworks... (read more)

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