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By Vaz M.Jr., de Souza Neto E.A., Munoz-Rojas P.A. (eds.)

With its dialogue of thoughts for modeling advanced fabrics utilizing new numerical strategies, mostly these in line with the finite point process, this monograph covers more than a few themes together with computational plasticity, multi-scale formulations, optimization and parameter identity, harm mechanics and nonlinear finite components.

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Their approach consists in modifying the damage energy release rate, −Y, of the original Lemaitre ductile damage model by including the tensile/compressive split of the stress tensor.

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