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  1. Initial failure strength prediction of woven composites using a new yarn failure criterion constructed by deep learning

    05 Jun 2019 | Contributor(s):: Xin Liu, Federico Gasco, Johnathan Goodsell, Wenbin Yu

    A new failure criterion for fiber tows (i.e. yarns) is developed based on a micromechanical model using mechanics of structure genome (MSG) and deep learning neural network. The proposed failure criterion can be applied to yarns in mesoscale textile composites modeling while capturing the failure...

  2. MSC.Patran/Nastran-SwiftComp GUI

    01 Apr 2019 | Contributor(s):: Xin Liu, Wenbin Yu

    A graphical user interface (GUI) has been developed to integrate SwiftComp into MSC.Patran/Nastran for constitutive modeling and providing the automated conversion of the MSG plate and beam stiffness matrix into MSC.Nastran shell and beam element properties and materials. In order to reduce...

  3. A Unified Approach for Thermoelastic Constitutive Modeling of Composite Structures

    07 Feb 2019 | Contributor(s):: Xin Liu, Wenbin Yu, Federico Gasco, Johnathan Goodsell

    Mechanics of structure genome (MSG) has been extended to provide a unified approach to predict the thermoelastic behaviors of composite structures. The variational statement of the MSG models has been modified to capture pointwise temperature distribution in composite structures. The effective...

  4. Two-step homogenization of textile composites using mechanics of structure genome

    04 Apr 2017 | Contributor(s):: Xin Liu, Khizar Rouf, Bo Peng, Wenbin Yu

    Mechanics of structure genome is extended to provide a novel two-step homogenization approach to predicting the effective properties of textile composites. The first homogenization step (microhomogenization) deals with determining the effective properties of tows (yarns) from fiber and matrix...

  5. NAFEMS Webinar Presentation on Structure Genome

    28 Feb 2017 | Contributor(s):: Wenbin Yu

    Materials Genome Initiative (MGI) aims to deliver the required infrastructure and training to accelerate discovery, developing, manufacturing, and deploying of advanced materials in a more expeditious and economical way. However, material by definition is a matter from which a thing can be made...

  6. ANSYS-SwiftComp GUI: An ANSYS Plugin for Multiscale Modeling

    25 Feb 2017 | Posted by Banghua Zhao

    With the increasing demand and needs for composite materials in many fields of industry, analysis and simulation of composite materials are becoming more and more important and challenging. In...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/yugroup/blog/2017/02/ansys-swiftcomp-gui-an-ansys-plugin-for-multiscale-modeling