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Some issues related to the modeling of dynamic shear localization-assisted failure

Abstract : Engineering design of structures that will withstand accidental events involving high strain rate and/or impact loading requires predictive modeling capabilities for reproducing numerically potential premature failure following adiabatic shear banding (ASB). The purpose of the present Chapter is to review ASB-oriented modeling approaches available in literature (while not pretending to be exhaustive) that provide a better understanding of adiabatic shear banding and its consequences in structural metals and alloys.
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Patrice Longère. Some issues related to the modeling of dynamic shear localization-assisted failure. Dynamic Damage and Fragmentation, Wiley, pp.1-52, 2019, 978-1-119-57934-2. ⟨hal-02151867⟩

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