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The application of nonordinary, state-based peridynamic theory on the damage process of the rock-like materials. (English) Zbl 1400.74074
Summary: Peridynamics has a great advantage over modeling the damage process of rock-like materials, which is assumed to be in a continuum interaction with each other across a finite distance. In the paper, an approach to incorporate classical elastic damage model in the nonordinary, state-based peridynamics is introduced. This method can model the dynamic damage process and stress change of rock-like materials. Then two instances about three-point bend experiment are simulated in the rock-like materials. Finally the conclusions are drawn that numerical results are close to the experimental results. So the method has a great predictable value in the geotechnical engineering.
MSC:
74L10 Soil and rock mechanics
74A45 Theories of fracture and damage
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