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CompositeMaterials

swMATH ID: 9305
Software Authors: Gómez-Muñoz, José Luis; Bravo-Castillero, Julián
Description: Calculation of effective conductivity of 2D and 3D composite materials with anisotropic constituents and different inclusion shapes in Mathematica. The study of the effective properties of composite materials with anisotropic constituents and different inclusion shapes has motivated the development of the Mathematica 6.0 package “CompositeMaterials”. This package can be used to calculate the effective anisotropic conductivity tensor of two-phase composites. Any fiber cross section, even percolating ones, can be studied in the 2D composites. “Rectangular Prism” and “Ellipsoidal” inclusion shapes with arbitrary orientations can be investigated in the 3D composites. This package combines the Asymptotic Homogenization Method and the Finite Element Method in order to obtain the effective conductivity tensor. The commands and options of the package are illustrated with two sample applications for two- and three-dimensional composites.
Homepage: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010465508000799
Dependencies: Mathematica
Keywords: composite materials; asymptotic homogenization; effective coefficients; cell problem; FEM; { t Mathematica}; { t CompositeMaterials}
Related Software: Triangle; TetGen; Mathematica
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