Mathematical Modelling of Damage Evolution in Concrete and FRC-Materials
The present paper deals with constitutive modelling of materials whose behaviour is governed by the nucleation and growth of microcracks. The modelling is based on composite material theory and continuum damage mechanics. The theoretical predictions for fibre reinforced cementitious materials are discused and compared with experimental findings.
KeywordsFatigue Porosity Anisotropy Brittle Assure
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