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    Shape-Effect in the Effective Laws of Plain and Rubberized Concrete

    E. Ferretti

    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.30, No.3, pp. 237-284, 2012, DOI:10.3970/cmc.2012.030.237

    Abstract The procedure of the effective law outlined in this paper [Ferretti (2001); Ferretti and Di Leo (2003); Ferretti (2004b)] is an experimental procedure for identifying the constitutive law in uniaxial compression of brittle heterogeneous materials, and is based on the physical, analytical and numerical discussions about the existence or otherwise of strain-softening [Ferretti (2004a); Ferretti (2005)]. This procedure allows us to correct several incongruities that characterize the average stress versus average strain diagrams: it produces evidence against strain-softening in uniaxial compression [Ferretti (2004b)], whose existence may be questioned from a physical point of view [Ferretti… More >

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