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Di are the damage matrix and its increment at node j of the element under consideration; and NDN represents the number of damage nodes of the element. D;Mj. - ] + OdAj ---. a~ In the above derivation, the consistency condition of yield function -T a~i aM; dM. 49b) 1 is also utilized. 52) j=] 0 in which Bn is the matrix consisting of Bnj = 1, 2, NDN), D; is the damage matrix of the element, and Sbe is the enlarged diagonal matrix of SbO. D; takes the form o D*} o o ] . 32). 58) (DF)T (ID)(DM)dA].
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114c). 96). Thus, the expressions involving principal damage variables reduce to those of the uniaxial tension case of the previous example. 117d) which relates shear quantities that do not exist in the uniaxial tension case. 109). 60) to obtain the matrix and fiber stress concentration factors for the case of plane stress. l20). l54) and are not shown here for the sake of simplicity. 153) l66 = M22[ M~lM~2 + + (M~1)2 -(M~3)2J M~l (MllM~2 + MllM~l - 2M13M~3) - Mll (M~3)2. 154) Exercises 1. 34) explicitly.