Existence of symmetry in variation of constitutive behavior of porous materials with engineered pore topology

Published: 23-02-2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/k3tv9ddvk9.1
Contributor:
Atul Chauhan

Description

This is raw data to support pragmatic evidences regrading the existence of symmetry in variation of constitutive behavior of porous materials with engineered pore topology. Data files will help to calculate the effective constitutive properties (e.g. Young's modulus (stiffness), shear modulus and Poisson's ratio, among others like bulk modulus) in reference to Micromechanics. To interpret the data related manuscript should be referred. Data files includes the Stiffness and Compliance tensors for given constitutive properties mapped to representative volume elements (RVEs) with particular pore topologies and solid phase constitutive properties. Source codes (Application files compatible with COMSOL Multiphysics) has also been provided to reproduce the data. Significant is to observe the data files that shows the moment of inertia tensor corresponding to given constitutive property. This data files should be actually taken as Electronic Supplementary Material to reproduce the results reported in manuscript entitled "Existence of symmetry in variation of constitutive behavior of porous materials with engineered pore topology".

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Steps to reproduce

Data can be simply reproduced through source codes. But, It may be worthwhile to note that the use of this data in realizing the notion of symmetry in constitutive behavior can only be accomplished when detailed description of introduced concept for improved comprehension of deformation mechanics has been referred from relevant manuscript.