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Mar 16, 2010
J. Scheibert, C. Guerra, F. Célarié, D. Dalmas and D. Bonamy
Depending on their fracture mode, materials are traditionally gathered into three distinct classes: (i) ductile materials that like metals deform plastically before their fracture (ii) quasi-brittle materials such as rock or concrete, where "non-visible" damage starts to accumulate through microcracking, up to coalescence that yields to catastrophic failure. (iii) brittle materials like oxide or polymer glasses... that deform elastically up to their fracture.

 

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