Constitutive Modeling for Material with Perfect Disordered Heterogeneityby X. Lee, Applied Research Associates, Inc, Tyndall AFB, United States,
C. S. Chang, Applied Research Associates, Inc, Tyndall AFB, United States,
Abstract: Finite element analysis with large number of elements are performed to simulate perfect disordered heterogenous material. The probabilistic nature of the micromechanical behavior of the material is studied to obtain the probability density function. Theory is developed to describe the macroscopic behavior based on the behavior of constituent elements.
Subject Headings: Composite materials | Finite element method | Probability | Material properties | Micromechanics | Soil analysis | Computer models
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