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“…However, as previously noticed in the literature [31,34,10,37], we also observed that the crack path is very sensitive to small changes in geometry and loading, or to changes in the regularization parameter . Figure 19 shows changes in the final fracture geometry (isovolume renderings of the fracture field 0.9 ≤ α ≤ 1.0) and the final deformed geometry for three different values of .…”
Section: The Brokenshire Torsion Experimentssupporting
confidence: 85%
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“…However, as previously noticed in the literature [31,34,10,37], we also observed that the crack path is very sensitive to small changes in geometry and loading, or to changes in the regularization parameter . Figure 19 shows changes in the final fracture geometry (isovolume renderings of the fracture field 0.9 ≤ α ≤ 1.0) and the final deformed geometry for three different values of .…”
Section: The Brokenshire Torsion Experimentssupporting
confidence: 85%
“…We finally focussed our attention on a fully three-dimensional problem initially presented in [24] and previously investigated in a number of articles [31,34,10,37]. The Brokenshire test consists of a specimen with a 45 • oblique notch subject to a torsional load (see Figure 17 for a schematic description of the domain geometry).…”
Section: The Brokenshire Torsion Experimentsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The use of enrichment functions was accordingly taken into account with meshless methods [5], isogeometric analysis (IGA) [6]. In regard to the application in fracture mechanics, XFEM has been successfully employed in modeling crack propagation [7][8][9], cohesive fracture [10,11], cracks with multiple branches [3,12], three dimensional crack growth [13,14], etc. With the two-dimensional analysis of XFEM, a domain is divided into non-overlapping subdomains, which are normally comprised of triangular or quadrilateral elements.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In addition, the solution of fractures in three-dimensional models is constantly updated with news features for improve the approximations, from the purely explicit, implicit forms or coupling both as studied by Sukumar et al [5]; Stolarska et al [6]; Fries and Belytschko [7]; Baydoun and Fries [8].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%