Numerical study on the effects of hierarchical wavy interface morphology on fracture toughness
In this paper, we investigate the effects of the hierarchical wavy morphology of an interface on the apparent interfacial fracture toughness. First, the influence of two-level hierarchical sinusoidal geometry under mode-I and mode-II far-field loadings on crack propagation behavior is numerically studied by using a cohesive zone model. Second, the effects of interfacial friction on the mode-II effective fracture toughness are examined. The results show that an interface with a hierarchical...[Show more]
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