Vol 44, No 3 (2006)

Table of Contents

1. Modelling of damage and fracture in ceramic matrix composites – an overview PDF
Michał Basista, Witold Węglewski 455-484
2. Effect of characteristic length on nonlocal prediction of damage and fracture in concrete PDF
Halina Egner, Jacek J. Skrzypek, Władysław Egner 485-503
3. Modelling damage processes of concrete at high temperature with thermodynamics of multi-phase porous media PDF
Dariusz Gawin, Francesco Pesavento, Bernhard A. Schrefler 505-532
4. Microstructural effects on damage in composites – computational analysis PDF
Leon Mishnaevsky Jr. 533-552
5. Damage modelling framework for viscoelastic particulate composites via a scale transition approach PDF
Carole Nadot, Andre Dragon, Herve Trumel, Alain Fanget 553-583
6. Statistical damage mechanics – constitutive relations PDF
Antonio Rinaldi, Dusan Krajcinovic, Sreten Mastilovic 585-602
7. Evaluation of fracture parameters for crack problems in fgm by a meshless method PDF
Jan Sladek, Vladimir Sladek, Chuanzeng Zhang, Choon-Lai Tan 603-636
8. Innovative modeling methods in damage assessment: application of dissipative particle dynamics to simulation of damage and self-healing of polymer-coated surfaces PDF
Aleksandar S. Jovanovic, Nenad Filipovic 637-648
9. Nondestructive damage characterization with examples of thermal aging, neutron degradation and fatigue PDF
Gerd Dobmann, Iris Altpeter, Klaus Szielasko, Markus Kopp 649-666
10. Modelling creep, ratchetting and failure in structural components subjected to thermo-mechanical loading PDF
Fion P.E. Dunne, Jianguo Lin, David R. Hayhurst, John Makin 667-689
11. Numerial implementation of multiaxial high-cycle fatigue criterion to structural optimization PDF
Mirosław Mrzygłód, Andrzej P. Zieliński 691-712
12. Fatigue fracture of nitrided and carbonitrided layers PDF
Aleksander Nakonieczny 713-730
13. Application of experimental results to numerical models of fatigue cracks propagating in the rolling contact zone PDF
Paweł Pyrzanowski 731-749