Jose Reinoso

Jose Reinoso
Universidad de Sevilla | US

PhD

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March 2014 - June 2015
IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca
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  • Professor
August 2012 - December 2014
Leibniz Universität Hannover
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  • PostDoc Position

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Publications (112)
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Thermo-elastic fracture is a matter of important concern for thin-walled structures made of functionally graded materials (FGMs). Based on this practical relevance, a thermodynamically consistent framework is proposed in this investigation for solving the coupled thermo-mechanical phase-field fracture problem in thin-walled structures made of FGMs....
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The analysis of fracture phenomena of thin-walled structures has been a matter of intensive research in the last decades. These phenomena notably restrict the applicability of slender structures, especially under the influence of temperature. With the aim of achieving a reliable prediction of temperature-driven failures in thin-walled structures, t...
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In this work, a thermodynamically consistent framework for coupled thermo-mechanical simulations for thin-walled structures with the presence of cohesive interfaces is proposed. Regarding the shell formulation, a solid shell parametrization scheme is adopted, which is equipped with the mixed Enhanced Assumed Strain (EAS) method to alleviate Poisson...
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The development of new high-tech products often requires the optimization of structural components having layer-based arrangements. The primary focus of the present study is the analysis of the failure mechanisms that may occur in thin layer-flexible substrate systems: crack propagation through the layers, delamination at interfaces, and mixed-mode...
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Robust numerical prediction of crack propagation in heterogeneous media has been a matter of relevant importance in many engineering applications. In this study, a modelling framework for triggering dynamic fracture events in heterogeneous media, like layered materials, with internal finite thickness cohesive interfaces is proposed through the expl...
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This paper presents the extension and validation of omni-failure envelopes for first-ply failure (FPF) and last-ply failure (LPF) analysis of advanced composite materials under general three-dimensional (3D) stress states. Phenomenological failure criteria based on invariant structural tensors are implemented to address failure events in multidirec...
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Delamination and cracking of matrix/fiber is a common failure phenomena reported in fiber reinforced compos- ite. As complex stress states develop in laminated structures, they are prone to fractures. Therefore, designs with large damage tolerance are currently implemented in most of the industrial sectors. This can be achieved by designing the com...
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An extension to the interface finite element with eMbedded Profile for Joint Roughness (MPJR interface finite element) is herein proposed for solving the frictional contact problem between a rigid indenter of any complex shape and an elastic body under generic oblique load histories. The actual shape of the indenter is accounted for as a correction...
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A comparison of the interface fracture energy in the adhesive joints PMMA/PMMA bonded by epoxy and PMMA/epoxy is presented. The work focuses on the question of how similar is the fracture energy in these joints, including its dependence on the fracture mode mixity. Series of tests for Brazilian disk specimens subjected to compressive loading were c...
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It is well known that humidity and temperature greatly influence the degradation of interfacial adhesion in photovoltaic (PV) modules. Besides, for accurate prediction of the required energy to peel off the different plies of end-of-life PV for recycling, it is also essential to take these factors into account. In this work, a polynomial cohesive z...
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An extension to the interface finite element with eMbedded Profile for Joint Roughness (MPJR interface finite element) is herein proposed for solving the frictional contact problem between a rigid indenter of any complex shape and an elastic body under generic oblique load histories. The actual shape of the indenter is accounted for as a correction...
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Failure processes in Laminated Fiber-Reinforced Composites (LFRCs) entail the development and progression of different physical mechanisms and, in particular, the interaction between inter-laminar and intra-laminar cracking. Reliable modeling of such complex scenarios can be achieved by developing robust numerical predictive tools that allow for th...
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In this investigation, the mechanical modelling of a hyperelastic residually stressed thick-walled circular cylindrical tube under inflation and extension is performed from a numerical standpoint. The constitutive relation is derived for residually stressed solids using an invariant-based free energy approach. A three-dimensional residual stress fi...
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The damage and fracture behavior of Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRPs) is quite complex and is different than the failure behavior of the traditionally employed metals. There are various types of failure mechanisms that can develop during the service life of composite structures. Each of these mechanisms can initiate and propagate independently. Howe...
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The damage and fracture behavior of Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRPs) is quite complex and is different than the failure behavior of the traditionally employed metals. There are various types of failure mechanisms that can develop during the service life of composite structures. Each of these mechanisms can initiate and propagate independently. Howe...
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The paper presents the localized bifurcation abnormal enlargement associated with certain human diseases such as abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA), among others. The constitutive framework herewith proposed is constructed relying on the modelling of non-linear elastic materials under the action of residual stresses. The suitable incorporation on the...
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A phase field (PF) approximation of fracture for functionally graded materials (FGM) using a diffusive crack approach incorporating the characteristic length scale as a material parameter is herein proposed. A rule of mixture is employed to estimate the material properties, according to the volume fractions of the constituent materials, which have...
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Phase-Field (PF) methods of fracture have emerged as powerful modeling tools for triggering fracture events in solids. These numerical techniques efficiently alleviate mesh dependent pathologies and are very suitable for characterizing brittle as well as quasi-brittle fracture in a wide range of engineering materials and structures including fiber...
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Phase-field (PF) methods applied to fracture have become attractive and efficient modeling tools to solve complex problems of triggering cracking events in solids from a different signature. These numerical techniques have significantly mitigated the mesh-dependent pathology and are widely applied to brittle, ductile, and even models involving plas...
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The phenomenon of arrest of an unstably-growing crack due to a curved weak interface is investigated. The weak interface can produce the deviation of the crack path, trapping the crack at the interface, leading to stable crack growth for certain interface geometries. This idea could be used as a technical solution for a new type of crack arrester,...
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Interface cracking is one of the most prominent failure modes in fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) composites. Recent trends in high-tech applications of FRP composites exploit the limits of the load bearing capacity, generally encompassing the development of notable nonlinear effects from geometrical and material signatures. In this investigation, we...
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The phase field (PF) approach to fracture has emerged as a promising modeling tool that regularizes the variational fracture theory by Griffith via the introduction of a coupled nonlocal damage-like field. In this work, we outline a PF formulation for triggering brittle fracture phenomena in shell structures made of Functionally Graded Materials (F...
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In the present work, the evolution of damage in periodic composite materials is investigated through a novel finite element-based multiscale computational approach. The proposed methodology is developed by means of the original combination of asymptotic homogenization with the phase field approach to nonlocal damage. This last is applied at the mac...
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Transverse intralaminar cracks in layers with perpendicular orientation referred to the main loading direction have a significant affection on the apparent ultimate strength of the corresponding composite laminate. This effect stems from the fact that such transverse cracks generally promote the occurrence of other failure mechanisms leading to the...
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In this study, a novel procedure enabling the computation of the relative displacements (normal δn, shear δss and in-plane δsl) that are needed to evaluate a traction-separation law (TSL) under finite displacement and rotation hypotheses within the framework of interface modelling is investigated. This kind of procedure is required when rigid body...
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Interface cracking is one of the most prominent failure modes in fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) composites. Recent trends in high-tech applications of FRP composites exploit the limits of the load bearing capacity, generally encompassing the development of notable nonlinear effects from geometrical and material signatures. In this investigation, we...
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Fracture events in short fibre reinforced polymer (SFRP) composites are one of the most limiting phenomena for their widespread use in many engineering applications, especially involving lightweight structures. In this investigation, a novel phase field model that accounts for the anisotropic response of SFRPs is outlined from the theoretical and n...
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This chapter provides a self-consistent introduction to computational methods for the solution of contact problems between bodies separated by rough interfaces. Both frictional and frictionless contact problems are examined. The mathematical formulation of the boundary element method is presented first, with details on the possible algorithmic impl...
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The progressive damage analysis of fiber-reinforced composite materials is a challenging task, especially when complicated cracking scenarios arise due to the onset and progression of several damage mechanisms. From a modeling point of view, a particularly complex failure scenario is the interaction between intralaminar and interlaminar cracks. Thi...
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The nature of failure in long fiber-reinforced composites is strongly affected by damage at the micro-scale. The presence of different phases at different length scales leads to a significant complexity in the failure progression. At the micro-scale, the complexity is due to the presence of different points of initiation for damage and the presence...
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The phenomenon of arrest of an unstably-growing crack due to a curved weak interface is investigated. The weak interface can produce the deviation of the crack path, trapping the crack at the interface, leading to stable crack growth for certain interface geometries. This evidence could be exploited as a technical solution for a new type of crack a...
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In this paper, we propose a novel phenomenological constitutive modeling framework which enables incorporating damage and residually stress capabilities for solids. In particular, a non-local gradient-enhanced damage model has been formulated using the Internal State Variables (ISV) approach in the finite strain setting with the preclusion of mesh...
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In the present work, the evolution of damage in periodic composite materials is investigated through a novel finite element-based multiscale computational approach. The methodology is developed by means of the original combination of homogenization methods with the phase field approach of fracture. This last is applied at the macroscale level on th...
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In the present investigation, a J-Integral formulation for non-flat crack paths, in the framework of the cohesive zone model, is developed. The formulation allows fracture energy properties in a direction that is not necessarily coplanar with the global crack advance to be analysed. Specifically, the effective fracture energy, [Formula: see text],...
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A numerical procedure to analyze bifurcation and post-bifurcation of a finite deformation boundary-value problem for a residually-stressed elastic body is studied. In particular, the problem is the combined extension and inflation of a circular cylindrical tube subject to radial and circumferential residual stresses. The material model, given by a...
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The computational modelling of fiber-reinforced structures is of prime importance for automotive products such as tires, airsprings or hoses and for biomechanical applications as is the case of arteries. In the first part of the paper, we outline the development of invariant-based constitutive models suitable for fiber-reinforced materials within t...
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In this work, the phase field (PF) approach for brittle fracture in the bulk coupled with the cohesive zone model (CZM) for pre-existing interfaces is exploited for the simulation of fracture of thin films on compliant substrates, which are structural configurations of extensive use in many engineering systems such as protecting layers for vessels,...
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Interface models for triggering damage events have been extensively used in many engineering applications due to their inherent versatility and relatively simple numerical implementations. Usually, the non-linear behavior of interfaces and thin adhesive joints between solids has been modeled using Cohesive Zone Models (CZMs) although other alternat...
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Rock fracture in geo-materials is a complex phenomenon due to its intrinsic characteristics and the potential external loading conditions. As a result, these materials can experience intricate fracture patterns endowing various cracking phenomena such as: branching, coalescence, shielding, and amplification, among many others. In this article, we p...
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The development of predictive numerical methods, which accurately represent the progressive failure of long fiber composite materials, is nowadays required for the achievement of optimized mechanical responses in terms of load bearing capacities of modern composite structures. In this investigation, two characteristic failure mechanisms of long fib...
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The problem of adhesive wear is herein investigated in relation to periodic asperity junction models in the framework of the Archard interpretation suggesting that wear debris formation is the result of asperity fracture. To this aim, the phase field model for fracture is exploited to simulate the crack pattern leading to debris formation in the as...
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This article presents a novel three-dimensional constitutive modeling framework for residually stressed viscoelastic solids undergoing finite strains. Within the current of phenomenological approach, the constitutive relations are derived for a viscoelastic matrix whereas residual stresses are considered in the constitutive law in terms of a set of...
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The advances in manufacturing techniques allow the generation of new geometric conceptions and open a new paradigm in adhesive joints design. Structured interfaces constitute an excellent method to improve the resistance properties of these kinds of joining systems, Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM or 3D printing) being an appropriate procedure to...
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Recent advancements on the variational approach to fracture for the prediction of complex crack patterns in heterogeneous materials and composite structures is herein proposed, as a result of the frontier research activities undertaken in the FP7 ERC Starting Grant project CA2PVM which focuses on the development of computational methods for the dur...
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A new variational formulation is proposed for the solution of contact problems for profiles of arbitrary shape indenting a deformable half-plane, with special focus on rough indenters. The method exploits the new idea of accounting for the shape of roughness as a correction to the normal gap function. The resulting interface finite element with eMb...
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In this investigation, we use a recent constitutive framework and remeshing technique for tetrahedra to analyze the pressure-driven crack propagation of limestone intruded by basaltic magma. Limestone is represented by an elasto-plastic capped Drucker-Prager model with an hypoelastic term in order to account for inelastic effects from plastic signa...
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This paper provides an overview of the current approaches to predict damage and failure of composite laminates at the micro-(constituent), meso-(ply), and macro-(structural) levels, and their application to understand the underlying physical phenomena that govern the mechanical response of thin-ply composites. In this context, computational micro-m...
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The present study addresses the simulation of layer debonding along thick interfaces in dynamic regime by means of the use of a cohesive interface model accounting for geometrical and material nonlinear effects. This novel simulation approach has been framed within the finite element method. Numerical examples assess the influence of different inte...
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A three dimensional concurrently coupled adaptive multiscale method is introduced here to simulate complex crack growth patterns in Silicon, by combining several numerical techniques across the length scales. The coarse scale material is modeled using the virtual atom cluster approach. The strong kinematic discontinuities in the bulk are simulated...
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A new variational formulation is herein proposed for the solution of adhesive contact problems for non-planar profiles of arbitrary shape indenting a deformable half-plane. The method exploits the original idea of accounting for the shape of roughness as a correction to the normal gap function, rather than explicitly discretizing roughness with hig...
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This work presents a novel computational framework to simulate fracture events in brittle anisotropic polycrystalline materials at the microscopical level, with application to solar-grade polycrystalline Silicon. Quasi-static failure is modeled by combining the phase field approach of brittle fracture (for transgranular fracture) with the cohesive...
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In this study, we present the extension of the so-called 7-parameter shell formulation to layered CFRP and functionally graded power-based composite structures using two different parametrizations: (i) the three-dimensional shell formulation, and (ii) the solid shell approach. Both numerical strategies incorporate the use of the Enhanced Assumed St...
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Compatibility between element technology featuring assumed (finite)-strains based on least-squares and current constitutive formulations employed in elastic and inelastic contexts is a demanding task. Local frames are required for anisotropic and cohesive laws, some assumed-strain element technologies do not explicitly provide the deformation gradi...
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The competition between crack penetration in the layers and cohesive delamination along interfaces is herein investigated in reference to laminate ceramics, with special attention to the occurrence of crack deflection and crack branching. These phenomena are simulated according to a recent variational approach coupling the phase field model for bri...
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Short fibre reinforced plastic (SFRP) materials are intensively used in several engineering sectors due to their excellent mechanical properties and production rates. In this contribution, an invariant-based transversely isotropic elasto-plastic model for finite strain applications and its corresponding numerical treatment is presented, based on th...
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The use of adhesive joints is widespread in lightweight composite structures, whereby interfaces between adherents play a crucial role in terms of the fracture resistance of the component. The appearance of recent Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM or 3D printing) techniques opens a new paradigm regarding the design of interfaces, allowing the repro...
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Structures made of variable stiffness (VS) composites possess a rich design space for bistable configurations that demonstrate different values of curvatures and out-of-plane displacements. In this study, several VS composites are investigated which can yield cylindrical bistable shapes similar to those generated from unsymmetrical cross-plies. Suc...
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In this paper, we propose a simple 2D and 3D crack evolution algorithm which avoids the variable/DOF mapping within mesh adaptation algorithms. To this end, a new area/volume minimization algorithm for damaged elements is introduced with the goal of improving the crack path representation. In addition, the new algorithm consists of: (i) mesh-creati...
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In this study, a new 3D finite element formulation which enables simulating the interaction between brittle crack propagation and interface delamination in heterogeneous materials is presented. The Phase Field (PF) model for brittle fracture has been coupled with the Cohesive Zone Model (CZM) within the framework of the large deformation analysis....
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This paper presents a consistent anisotropic damage model for laminated fiber-reinforced composites relying on the 3D-version of the Puck failure criterion. The current model is based on ply failure mechanisms (fiber and inter-fiber failures) incorporating energetic considerations into the progressive damage evolution. The proposed formulation is i...
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Thin ply laminates are a new class of composite materials with great potential for application in the design of thinner and highly optimized components, resulting in potential weight savings and improved mechanical performance. These new composites can stir the development of lighter structures, overcoming current design limitations as well as nota...
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Fracture of technological thin-walled components can notably limit the performance of their corresponding engineering systems. With the aim of achieving reliable fracture predictions of thin structures, this work presents a new phase field model of brittle fracture for large deformation analysis of shells relying on a mixed enhanced assumed strain...