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Delaminated multilayered plates under uniaxial extension. Part II: Efficient layerwise mesh strategy for the prediction of delamination onset

Abstract : In the first part (Saeedi et al., 2011) of this two-part paper, a layerwise stress model, called the LS1 model, has been extended to the analysis of delaminated multilayered plates subjected to uniaxial extension. The LS1 analytical solutions of general delaminated multilayered plates have been derived and compared to three-dimensional finite element method (3D-FEM) solutions. It has been proved that there is a good agreement between the LS1 and 3D-FEM models except very near singularities (free edges, crack tips, ...). In order to overcome the drawback of the LS1 model in the vicinity of singularities, a refinement approach, called the refined LS1 is proposed in this part. Based on an irregular layerwise mesh, the refined LS1 model is applied to the prediction of the delamination onset in angle-ply composite laminates. The comparison between the refined LS1 and 3D-FE models reveals an excellent agreement in terms of interlaminar stresses and strain energy release rate, even very close to singularities. The proposed refined LS1 model can be used as an accurate and very efficient model for the prediction of initiation and propagation of delamination in multilayered plates under uniaxial extension using stress based or energy release rate based criteria.
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Navid Saeedi, Karam Sab, Jean-François Caron. Delaminated multilayered plates under uniaxial extension. Part II: Efficient layerwise mesh strategy for the prediction of delamination onset. International Journal of Solids and Structures, Elsevier, 2012, 49, pp.3727-3740. ⟨10.1016/j.ijsolstr.2012.08.003⟩. ⟨hal-00737014⟩

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