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Multiaxial Failure Criteria for Cellular Materials

  • T. C. Triantafillou (a1) and L. J. Gibson (a2)
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Cellular materials are increasingly used in engineering. Proper design requires an understanding of the response of the materials to stress; and, in real engineering design, the stress state is often a complex one. In this paper we model the elastic buckling, plastic yield, and brittle fracture of cellular solids under multiaxial stresses to develop equations describing their failure surfaces. Comparison of the analysis with data shows that the models describe the main features of the multiaxial behavior of foams well.

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