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A time-incremental homogenization method for elasto-viscoplastic particulate composites based on a modified secant formulation

Abstract : Starting from the exact solution of the heterogeneous linear viscoelastic Eshelby ellipsoidal inclusion problem obtained in the time domain for an ellipsoidal inclusion embedded in an isotropic matrix (Berbenni et al., 2015), a direct time-incremental homogenization Mori-Tanaka scheme for two-phase non linear elasto-viscoplastic materials is proposed. The extension to non-linear behavior is based on a "modified secant" formulation to obtain the linear comparison composite (LCC) properties. In contrast with more classic homogenization method based on the first moment of stresses (i.e. classic secant formulation), the present approach is based on the secondorder moment of stresses making use of the Hill's lemma. Hence, a modified secant viscoplastic compliance is considered for the matrix phase. The effective behavior as well as the evolution laws of the averaged strains and stresses per phase are directly solved in the time domain, without the need of Laplace-Carson transforms. The estimates provided by the present homogenization model are compared to full-field
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Stéphane Berbenni. A time-incremental homogenization method for elasto-viscoplastic particulate composites based on a modified secant formulation. International Journal of Solids and Structures, Elsevier, 2021, pp.111136. ⟨10.1016/j.ijsolstr.2021.111136⟩. ⟨hal-03278434⟩

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