Numerical modeling and experimental investigation of large deformation under static and dynamic loading
Sammanfattning: Small kinematics assumption in classical engineering has been in the center of consideration in structural analysis for decennaries. In the recent years the interest for sustainable and optimized structures, lightweight structures and new materials has grown rapidly as a consequence of desire to archive economical sustainability. These issues involve non-linear constitutive response of materials and can only be accessed on the basis of geometrically and materially non-linear analysis. Numerical simulations have become a conventional tool in modern engineering and have proven accuracy in computation and are on the verge of superseding time consuming and costly experiments.\newlineConsequently, this work presents a numerical computational framework for modeling of geometrically non-linear large deformation of isotropic and orthotropic materials under static and dynamic loading. The numerical model is applied on isotropic steel in plane strain and orthotropic wood in 3D under static and dynamic loading. In plane strain Total Lagrangian, Updated Lagrangian, Newmark-$\beta$ and Energy Conserving Algorithm time-integration methods are compared and evaluated. In 3D, a Total Lagrangian static approach and a Total Lagrangian based dynamic approach with Newmark-$\beta$ time-integration method is proposed to numerically predict deformation of wood under static and dynamic loading. The numerical model's accuracy is validated through an experiment where a knot-free pine wood board under large deformation is studied. The results indicate accuracy and capability of the numerical model in predicting static and dynamic behaviour of wood under large deformation. Contrastingly, classical engineering solution proves its inaccuracy and incapability of predicting kinematics of the wood board under studied conditions.
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