Computational Modelling of the Structural Integrity following Mass-Loss in Polymeric Charred Cellular Solids

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Whitty, Justin; Francis, Jonathan; Howe, Joseph Mark; Henderson, Brian;
(2014)

A novel computational technique is presented for embedding mass-loss due to burning into the ANSYS finite element modelling code. The approaches employ a range of computational modelling methods in order to provide more complete theoretical treatment of thermoelasticity... View more
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