PeriPyDIC

Peridynamics (PD) computations for state-based PD in 1D, 2D for elastic and viscoelastic materials. Also possible to import Digital Image Correlation results and compute PD forces for each pixel as a node.

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About

The code is written for the following usage:

  • State-based Peridynamic simulation in 1D for elastic and viscelatic materials
  • State-based Peridynamic forces and energy computations out of real displacements obtained from Digital Image Correlation data from a beam or fiber, for the case of an elastic or viscoelastic material
  • (being developed) State-based Peridynamic simulations in 2D for elastic and viscoelastic materials
  • (being developed) State-based Peridynamic forces and energy computations out of real displacements obtained from Digital Image Correlation, for the case of an elastic or viscoelastic material

Authors

The code is developed by Ilyass Tabiai (@ilyasst), Rolland Delorme (@rollanddelorme) and Patrick Diehl (@diehlpk). The code for the package is developed at the Laboratory of Multiscale Mechanics, École Polytechnique Montréal, Montréal, QC, Canada.

  • Delorme, R., Tabiai, I., Laberge Lebel, L., & Lévesque, M. (2017). Generalization of the ordinary state-based peridynamic model for isotropic linear viscoelasticity. Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials., Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials, (), 1-27, 10.1007/s11043-017-9342-3,

Documentation

The documentation of the code can be found here.

Support or Contact

Please report any comments or remark to our code as an issue on the project page on github.