# Damage Models for Concrete

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...It is the perturbation stress field due to a circular inclusion loaded by an internal pressure obtained from the well-known Eshelby solution (see e.g. Reference [8])....

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...The experimental programme which is briefly recalled here (for details, see Reference [5] or Reference [6]), aimed at determining the mechanical characteristics (compressive strength, elastic modulus and fracture energy) of mortar specimens with a controlled microstructure....

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...These evolutions of the damage localization profiles can be further explained with the help of a one-dimensional bifurcation analysis on an infinite bar in an initial state of homogeneous tensile strain and damage ðe0; d0Þ: The analysis follows the steps described, for instance, in Reference [15]....

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...The rest of the constitutive model, and in particular the equations governing damage growth, can be found for instance in Reference [9]....

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...In particular, the terms l2ik are functions of the square of the void radius a2i which can be related to damage, according to many homogenization schemes (see e.g. Reference [10])....

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...We have implemented the yield function due to Nadai [6]....

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...Distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution| 4.0 International License Damage Models for Concrete Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot, Jacky Mazars To cite this version: Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot, Jacky Mazars....

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...FIGURE 2 Uniaxial tension–compression response of the anisotropic model (longitudinal [1], transverse [2], and volumetric [v] strains as functions of the compressive stress)....

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...An approximation of the internal length was obtained by Bazant and Pijaudier-Cabot [2]....

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