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Observation and simulation of indentation damage in a SiC-SiCfibre ceramic matrix composite

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© 2015 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. FEMME, a multi-scale Finite Element Microstructure MEshfree fracture model has been applied to simulate the effect of microstructure on the development of discontinuous cracking and damage coalescence during the Hertzian indentation of a SiC-SiC fibre composite. This was studied experimentally by digital volume correlation analysis of high-resolution synchrotron X-ray computed tomographs, which quantified the damage via measurement of the 3D displacem...

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University of Oxford
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MPLS
Department:
Materials
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“QUBE: Quasi-Brittle fracture: a 3D Experimentally validated approach” (EP/J019992/1)
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Marrow, T
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Elsevier
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Finite Elements in Analysis and Design More from this journal
Volume:
110
Pages:
11-19
Publication date:
2015-12-09
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0168-874X
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pubs:590349
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uuid:1b3ea70d-f48d-4fb1-b091-6e9d885896c2
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590349
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2016-01-22

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