Evaluation of dynamic behaviour of porous media including micro-cracks by ordinary state-based peridynamics

Ozdemir, M. and Oterkus, S. and Oterkus, E. and Amin, I. and Nguyen, C.T. and Tanaka, S. and El-Aassar, A. and Shawky, H. (2021) Evaluation of dynamic behaviour of porous media including micro-cracks by ordinary state-based peridynamics. Journal of Engineering with Computers. ISSN 0177-0667

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    Abstract

    Reliable evaluation of mechanical response in a porous solid might be challenging without any simplified assumptions. Peridynamics (PD) perform very well on a medium including pores owing to its definition, which is valid for entire domain regardless of any existed discontinuities. Accordingly, porosity is defined by randomly removing the PD interactions between the material points. As wave propagation in a solid body can be regarded as an indication of the material properties, wave propagation in porous media under an impact loading is studied first and average wave speeds are compared with the available reference results. A good agreement between the present and the reference results is achieved. Then, micro-cracks are introduced into porous media to investigate their influence on the elastic wave propagation. The micro-cracks are considered in both random and regular patterns by varying the number of cracks and their orientation. As the porosity ratio increases, it is observed that wave propagation speed drops considerably as expected. As for the cases with micro-cracks, the average wave speeds are not influenced significantly in random micro-crack configurations, while regular micro-cracks play a noticeable role in absorbing wave propagation depending on their orientation as well as the number of crack arrays in y-direction.

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    Ozdemir, M., Oterkus, S. ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0474-0279, Oterkus, E. ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4614-7214, Amin, I. ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0758-5630, Nguyen, C.T., Tanaka, S., El-Aassar, A. and Shawky, H.;