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Dynamic Analysis of Fracture in Thin-Walled Pipes

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C. Gato, Y. Shie

 Harbin Engineering University, College of Mechanical Engineering, Harbin, HLJ, P. R. China 150001

J. Pressure Vessel Technol 133(6), 064501 (Sep 01, 2011) (4 pages) doi:10.1115/1.4003884 History: Received September 07, 2008; Revised August 27, 2010; Published September 01, 2011

Dynamic fracture of thin-walled cylindrical structures is studied with a large deformation meshfree method. Due to the higher order continuity and smoothness of the shape functions, meshfree methods are well suited to simulate dynamic fracture of thin-walled structures since they avoid ill-conditioning as well as stiffening in numerical computations. Simulations of detonation driven fracture in thin pipes demonstrate the efficiency of the method.

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Displaced configuration and effective stress of the detonation-driven fracture of cylinder; notch length is 2.54 cm

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Displaced configuration and effective stress of the detonation-driven fracture of cylinder at different times; notch length is 5.08 cm

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Displaced configuration and effective stress of the detonation-driven fracture of cylinder at different times; notch length is 7.62 cm

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Displaced configuration and effective stress of the detonation-driven fracture of cylinder at different times; notch length is 7.62 cm

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