Materials with Microstructure Treated by Non-Lical Continuum Theories

  • Warren, William Ernest (Project Participant)
  • Byskov, Esben (Project Manager)
  • Christoffersen, Jes (Project Participant)

    Project Details


    Many engineering materials display a pronounced microstructure which must be taken into account in analysis. Examples of such materials are: wood, fiber reinforced polymers, foams, and ceramics, including cementitious materials. In this study, both micropolar and nonlocal effect are taken into consideration. Constitutive models for two-dimensional materials with square, equilateral, and hexagonal structure have been established.
    Effective start/end date01/08/199610/02/1997


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