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Section 1. New concepts in peridynamics
2. Dual-horizon peridynamics
3. Peridynamics for axisymmetric analysis
4. Peridynamics damage model through phase field theory
5. Beam and plate models in peridynamics
6. Coupling of CCM and PD in a meshless way
7. Coupled peridynamics and XFEM
8. Peridynamics in dynamic fracture modeling
9. Contact analysis of rigid and deformable bodies with peridynamics
10. Modeling inelasticity in peridynamics
11. Kinematically exact peridynamics
Section 2. New applications in peridynamics
12. Modeling biological materials with peridynamics
13. The application of peridynamics for ice modeling
14. Fiber-reinforced composites modeling using peridynamics
15. Phase field-based peridynamics damage model: Applications to delamination of composite structures and inelastic response of ceramics
16. Peridynamic modeling at nano-scale
17. Multiscale modeling with peridynamics
18. Application of peridynamics for rock mechanics and porous media
19. Application of high-performance computing for peridynamics
20. Application of artificial intelligence and machine learning in peridynamics
This book provides readers with an incisive look at cutting-edge peridynamic modeling methods, numerical techniques, their applications, and potential future directions for the field. It starts with an introductory chapter authored by Stewart Silling, who originally developed peridynamics. It then looks at new concepts in the field, with chapters covering dual-horizon peridynamics, peridynamics for axisymmetric analysis, beam and plate models in peridynamics, coupled peridynamics and XFEM, peridynamics for dynamic fracture modeling, and more. From there, it segues into coverage of cutting-edge applications of peridynamics, exploring its biological applications, modeling at the nanoscale, peridynamics for composites delamination and damage in ceramics, and more, concluding with a chapter on the application of artificial intelligence and machine learning in peridynamics.
- Covers modeling methods, numerical techniques, applications, and future directions for the field
- Discusses techniques such as dual-horizon peridynamics, damage modeling using the phase-field approach, and contact analysis of rigid and deformable bodies with refined non-ordinary state-based peridynamics
Looks at a range of different peridynamic applications such as ice modeling, fiber-reinforced composite modeling, modeling at nanoscale, and more
Researchers and engineers in the areas of mechanical, civil, aerospace, and marine engineering
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- 24th April 2021
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Erkan Oterkus is a Professor in the Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean, and Marine Engineering at the University of Strathclyde. He is also the Director of the newly established PeriDynamics Research Centre (PDRC) at Strathclyde. Before joining Strathclyde, he was a researcher at NASA Langley Research Center in the US. His main research areas include peridynamics and structural health monitoring. He is the co-author of the first book on peridynamics and has co-authored numerous publications on the topic. He is an associate editor of ASME Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology and Journal of Peridynamics and Nonlocal Modeling.
Professor, Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean, and Marine Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
Selda Oterkus is an Associate Professor in the Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean, and Marine Engineering at the University of Strathclyde. She is also the Vice-Director of the PeriDynamics Research Centre. Her research is mainly focused on multiphysics analysis of materials and structures using peridynamics. She is a prolific author in this area and has delivered lectures and seminars on it all around the world. She is also an academic editor of the Shock and Vibration journal and an editorial board member of Journal of Peridynamics and Nonlocal Modeling.
Associate Professor, Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean, and Marine Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
Erdogan Madenci is a Professor in the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Arizona. Prior to that he worked at Northrop Corporation (1983–1985), The Aerospace Corporation (1985–1988), and The Fraunhofer Institute (1989). He also worked at the Royal Institute of Technology (1996), NASA LaRC (2003), Sandia National Labs (2011) and MIT (2018) as part of his sabbatical leaves. He is the lead author of four books and his research has in part led to the publication of 250 journal and conference papers. He also recently started the Journal of Peridynamics and Nonlocal Modeling as the Co-Editor-in-Chief. He is a fellow of ASME and an Associate Fellow of AIAA.
Professor, Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA
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