Updated Lagrangian Taylor-SPH method for large deformation in dynamic problems

Serroukh, H. K., Mabssout, M., Herreros, M. I. (2020). Updated Lagrangian Taylor-SPH method for large deformation in dynamic problems. Applied Mathematical Modeling 80, 238-256 DOI: 10.1016/j.apm.2019.11.046

In this paper, the updated Lagrangian Taylor-SPH meshfree method is applied to the numerical analysis of large deformation and failure problems under dynamic conditions. The Taylor-SPH method is a meshfree collocation method developed by the authors over the past years. The governing equations, a set of first-order hyperbolic partial differential equations, are written in mixed form in terms of stress and velocity. This set of equations is first discretized in time by means of a Taylor series expansion in two steps and afterwards in space using a corrected form of the SPH method. Two sets of particles are used for the computation resulting on the elimination of the classical tensile instability. In the paper presented herein the authors propose an updated Lagrangian Taylor-SPH approach to address the large deformations of the solid, and therefore the continuous re-positioning of the particles. In order to illustrate the performance and efficiency of the proposed method, some numerical examples based on elastic and viscoplastic materials involving large deformations under dynamic conditions are solved using the proposed algorithm. Results clearly show that the updated Lagrangian Taylor-SPH method is an accurate tool to model large deformation and failure problems under dynamic loadings. (C) 2019 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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