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dc.contributor.authorHildebrandt-Raj, André-
dc.contributor.authorSharma, Prateek-
dc.contributor.authorDüster, Alexander-
dc.contributor.authorDiebels, Stefan-
dc.date.accessioned2022-09-20T07:05:03Z-
dc.date.available2022-09-20T07:05:03Z-
dc.date.issued2022-08-29-
dc.identifier.citationMathematics and Mechanics of Solids 27 (10): 2314-2337 (2022-08-29)de_DE
dc.identifier.issn1081-2865de_DE
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11420/13631-
dc.description.abstractIn various applications, it is common to use thin beam-like structures, made of plastic or fibre-reinforced materials, as well as components such as cables. They are flexible, and the most common form of deformation is bending, but they can also be stretched or torqued. Due to their structural composition, a coupling between the different loading directions exists. This is especially pronounced for cables, where the different components interact with each other and the kinematics of each component are different. Thus, to characterise these materials, it is necessary to consider tension, torsion, bending, and a coupling of the three load cases. In this work, such characterisations are performed for a polyvinyl chloride rod, a carbon fibre-reinforced rod, and a coaxial cable. The three materials represent the isotropic and anisotropic material classes and include homogeneous and non-homogeneous cross-sections. An anisotropic elasto-plastic material model is implemented in the finite element method to model the behaviour of such structures. The material model includes anisotropic plasticity so that the structural effects can also be modelled for large deformations. Thin structures are discretised with higher-order elements, and a comparison of the experimental and the simulation results is presented.en
dc.description.sponsorshipDeutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)de_DE
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dc.publisherSAGE Publicationsde_DE
dc.relation.ispartofMathematics and mechanics of solidsde_DE
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dc.subjectCablesde_DE
dc.subjectbeams-like structuresde_DE
dc.subjectanisotropyde_DE
dc.subjectanisotropic plasticityde_DE
dc.subjectcoupled loadingde_DE
dc.subject.ddc510: Mathematikde_DE
dc.subject.ddc530: Physikde_DE
dc.subject.ddc600: Technikde_DE
dc.subject.ddc620: Ingenieurwissenschaftende_DE
dc.titleExperimental and numerical investigation of the deformation behaviour of cables and thin beam-like structures under multi-axial loadingde_DE
dc.typeArticlede_DE
dc.date.updated2022-09-16T13:08:50Z-
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tuhh.abstract.englishIn various applications, it is common to use thin beam-like structures, made of plastic or fibre-reinforced materials, as well as components such as cables. They are flexible, and the most common form of deformation is bending, but they can also be stretched or torqued. Due to their structural composition, a coupling between the different loading directions exists. This is especially pronounced for cables, where the different components interact with each other and the kinematics of each component are different. Thus, to characterise these materials, it is necessary to consider tension, torsion, bending, and a coupling of the three load cases. In this work, such characterisations are performed for a polyvinyl chloride rod, a carbon fibre-reinforced rod, and a coaxial cable. The three materials represent the isotropic and anisotropic material classes and include homogeneous and non-homogeneous cross-sections. An anisotropic elasto-plastic material model is implemented in the finite element method to model the behaviour of such structures. The material model includes anisotropic plasticity so that the structural effects can also be modelled for large deformations. Thin structures are discretised with higher-order elements, and a comparison of the experimental and the simulation results is presented.de_DE
tuhh.abstract.englishIn various applications, it is common to use thin beam-like structures, made of plastic or fibre-reinforced materials, as well as components such as cables. They are flexible, and the most common form of deformation is bending, but they can also be stretched or torqued. Due to their structural composition, a coupling between the different loading directions exists. This is especially pronounced for cables, where the different components interact with each other and the kinematics of each component are different. Thus, to characterise these materials, it is necessary to consider tension, torsion, bending, and a coupling of the three load cases. In this work, such characterisations are performed for a polyvinyl chloride rod, a carbon fibre-reinforced rod, and a coaxial cable. The three materials represent the isotropic and anisotropic material classes and include homogeneous and non-homogeneous cross-sections. An anisotropic elasto-plastic material model is implemented in the finite element method to model the behaviour of such structures. The material model includes anisotropic plasticity so that the structural effects can also be modelled for large deformations. Thin structures are discretised with higher-order elements, and a comparison of the experimental and the simulation results is presented.en
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