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Interfacial failure by delamination or debonding can be simulated with a Cohesive Zone Model (CZM). This example shows the implementation of a CZM with a bilinear traction-separation law. It is used to predict the mixed-mode softening onset and delamination propagation in a composite material.
 
Interfacial failure by delamination or debonding can be simulated with a Cohesive Zone Model (CZM). This example shows the implementation of a CZM with a bilinear traction-separation law. It is used to predict the mixed-mode softening onset and delamination propagation in a composite material.
 
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== Results ==

Latest revision as of 22:29, 7 December 2018

Interfacial failure by delamination or debonding can be simulated with a Cohesive Zone Model (CZM). This example shows the implementation of a CZM with a bilinear traction-separation law. It is used to predict the mixed-mode softening onset and delamination propagation in a composite material.

Results

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References

https://www.comsol.com/model/mixed-mode-debonding-of-a-laminated-composite-19961



Model New Results

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Software Used

Comsol

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COMSOL Multiphysics is a finite element analysis, solver and simulation software package for various physics and engineering applications, especially coupled phenomena, or multiphysics.



Using Comsol on Kogence

To see detailed step-by-step instructions on how to use Comsol on Kogence free cloud supercomputing platform [click here].

For more details see Comsol .

CloudShell

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CloudShell allow users to access a bash shell on a terminal emulator or execute a bash shell script either on a cloud based single node high performance computing (HPC) server or on the master node of autoscaling HPC cluster started on Kogence platform.



CloudShell cannot be invoked on the compute nodes of the cluster. Although, CloudShell can be used to run a shell script on the master node of the cluster that in can turn send job to the compute nodes of the cluster. Please see the documentation of relevant software application/simulator/solver on Kogence (Software Library) for the details on how to use CloudShell to schedule jobs on the compute nodes of an autoscaling HPC cluster on Kogence platform.

Using CloudShell on Kogence

To see detailed step-by-step instructions on how to use CloudShell on Kogence free cloud supercomputing platform [click here]. First create or copy an existing Model (see Model Library) on Kogence. Select your cloud cluster hardware on the Cluster tab on the top NavBar. Create your own custom software applications stack by selecting desired software on the Stack tab on the top NavBar. You can search and select CloudShell if you need a shell terminal or if you need to run a shell script. From the dropdown menu, select a binary. CloudShell has 2 binaries:

  1. shell-terminal: On the empty textbox next the binary dropdown menu, type the name of the terminal emulator you want. Currently, Kogence supports following terminal emulators
    1. gnome-terminal: You can find more information here.
    2. xterm: You can find more information here
  2. bash-shell: On the empty textbox next the binary dropdown menu, type the name of your shell script. Make sure your shell script is available under the Files tab of your Model before you Run your Model.

For more details see CloudShell .