In the present study, we focus our attention to a specific type of composite, constituted by two media, called the adherents, bonded together with a thin interphase layer, called the adhesive. We assume that the composite constituents are made of different multi-physic materials with highly contrasted constitutive properties. The study considers a generic multi-physic coupling in a very general framework and can be adapted to well-known multi-physic behaviors, such as piezoelectricity, thermo-elasticity, aswell as to multifield microstructural theories, such as micropolar elasticity.

Derivation of Imperfect Interface Laws for Multi-Physic Composites by a Multiscale Approach: Theoretical and Numerical Studies

Rizzoni R.;
2020

Abstract

In the present study, we focus our attention to a specific type of composite, constituted by two media, called the adherents, bonded together with a thin interphase layer, called the adhesive. We assume that the composite constituents are made of different multi-physic materials with highly contrasted constitutive properties. The study considers a generic multi-physic coupling in a very general framework and can be adapted to well-known multi-physic behaviors, such as piezoelectricity, thermo-elasticity, aswell as to multifield microstructural theories, such as micropolar elasticity.
978-3-030-50463-2
978-3-030-50464-9
Asymptotic analysis, Composites, Interfaces, Multi-physic materials
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