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Oct 08 2019 · To calculate the equivalent mechanical properties of composites we modeled repeating unit cells (RUCs) for homogenization-based multiscale approach and performed finite element analysis. At the microscale level this method was compared with the rule of mixture (ROM) theory which is a typical homogenization technique.

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The two‐scale nonlinear computational homogenization (CH) scheme for mechanics is presented along with details on representative unit cell aspects and statistics. Model performance is advocated through a decoupled implementation and multiscale schemes based on

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Based on the micro-macro variable dependency the first and the second order homogenization techniques are available. The multiscale analysis using first-order computational homogenization framework includes only the first gradient of the macroscopic displacement field retaining essential assumptions of the classical continuum mechanics.

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A numerical homogenization method for heterogeneous anisotropic elastic media based on multiscale theory Kai Gao1 Eric T. Chung2 Richard L. Gibson Jr.3 Shubin Fu4 and Yalchin Efendiev5 ABSTRACT The development of reliable methods for upscaling fine-scale models of elastic media has long been an important topic

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From Table 3 it is easy to see that convergence of the equivalent mechanical parameter tensor computed by the SMSA-FE algorithm exists om Table 3 the symmetric positive definite property of the equivalent mechanical parameter tensor and the convergence of the finite element errors with the different mesh sizes ℎ 0 are proved.. The second example is a concrete named as C30 with three

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Asymptotic homogenization theory This theory was initially proposed by Sanchez-Palencia in 1987 and can be considered the mathematical basis for most of the multiscale approaches proposed afterwards.

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Jan 29 2018 · This study presents an isogeometric framework for incorporating representative volume element–based multiscale models into computational homogenization. First‐order finite deformation homogenization theory is derived within the framework of the method of multiscale virtual power and Lagrange multipliers are used to illustrate the effects

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and Nagai (2002a b) which propose multiscale and multi-grid methods based on extension of the asymptotic expansions used in classical homogenization. Alternative multiscale approaches for the analysis of periodic media are the assumed strain method proposed in McDevitt et al. (2001) and McDevitt et al. (1999) and the

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The local problem (4a) is equivalent to requiring U(x ·) ∈ H1 # (Y) Z Y Asymptotic analysis for periodic structures volume 5 of Studies in Homogenization and Multiscale Modeling. Homogenization Modeling Flow and Transport Multiscale Flow and Transport The Classical Case

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2.1. Iterated Multiscale Analysis Model For the brief all of the grains are assumed as the ellipsoids. Set a domain Ω to represent a composite with multiscale random grains shown in Figure 1 a .SetΩ l to be a set of cube cells of the size εl shown in Figure 1 b . Based on 27 the iterated multiscale analysis model can be represented as

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Apr 20 2017 · This paper presents a homogenization-based interval analysis method for the prediction of coupled structural-acoustic systems involving periodical composites and multi-scale uncertain-but-bounded parameters. In the structural-acoustic system the macro plate structure is assumed to be composed of a periodically uniform microstructure. The equivalent macro material properties of the

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Accordingly a contact homogenization methodology is proposed where the overall frictional behavior can be quantified based on a micromechanical testing procedure that lends itself naturally to a multiscale analysis environment thereby allowing the replacement of the original interface with an effectively equivalent but a homogeneous one.

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Apr 20 2017 · This paper presents a homogenization-based interval analysis method for the prediction of coupled structural-acoustic systems involving periodical composites and multi-scale uncertain-but-bounded parameters. In the structural-acoustic system the macro plate structure is assumed to be composed of a periodically uniform microstructure. The equivalent macro material properties of the

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An inverse homogenization problem based on the asymptotic homogenization for two-phase viscoelastic composites was formulated as a topology optimization problem by Yi et al. 24 . Chung et al. 25 developed a micro/macro asymptotic homogenization approach for the analysis of viscoelastic creep in heterogeneous materials.

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CMAS has a homogenization analysis function for evaluating the equivalent property value to replace the homogeneous body of complex heterogeneous structures. Here we will introduce the homogenization analysis example of Ag-epoxy conductive adhesive which is substituted for solder. Figure 1. Problems in the Semiconductor Package Analysis.

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Jun 21 2018 · To analyze the deformation behavior of the capacitor which consisted of several hundred laminated ceramic and Ni layers in the plane direction the material properties were represented by equivalent material properties based on the multiscale homogenization approach.

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Multiscale modelingBridging the scales •"Vertical" bridging Computational homogenization −Homogenization on RVE "prolongation conditions" part of model −Model adaptivity to account for local defects •"Horizontal" bridging Concurrent multiscale modeling −Models at different scales coexisting in adjacent parts of the domain (within

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the CNT and the CNT/polymer interface based on molecular mechanics and equivalent continuum modeling. Next by applying a Mori–Tanaka analytical model effective elastic properties for composites with aligned and misaligned CNTs were calculated. Spanos and Kontsos (2008) presented a stochastic multiscale homogenization procedure to

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Multiscale modelingBridging the scales •"Vertical" bridging Computational homogenization −Homogenization on RVE "prolongation conditions" part of model −Model adaptivity to account for local defects •"Horizontal" bridging Concurrent multiscale modeling −Models at different scales coexisting in adjacent parts of the domain (within

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CMAS has a homogenization analysis function for evaluating the equivalent property value to replace the homogeneous body of complex heterogeneous structures. Here we will introduce the homogenization analysis example of Ag-epoxy conductive adhesive which is substituted for solder. Figure 1. Problems in the Semiconductor Package Analysis.

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