Nelson Vieira de Carvalho
Nelson Vieira de Carvalho
National Institute of Aerospace (NIA), resident at NASA
Verified email at nasa.gov
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A floating node method for the modelling of discontinuities in composites
BY Chen, ST Pinho, NV De Carvalho, PM Baiz, TE Tay
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 127, 104-134, 2014
1232014
An experimental study of failure initiation and propagation in 2D woven composites under compression
NV De Carvalho, ST Pinho, P Robinson
Composites Science and Technology 71 (10), 1316-1325, 2011
932011
Peridynamic modeling of delamination growth in composite laminates
YL Hu, NV De Carvalho, E Madenci
Composite Structures 132, 610-620, 2015
692015
Modeling delamination migration in cross-ply tape laminates
NV De Carvalho, BY Chen, ST Pinho, JG Ratcliffe, PM Baiz, TE Tay
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 71, 192-203, 2015
692015
Reducing the domain in the mechanical analysis of periodic structures, with application to woven composites
NV De Carvalho, ST Pinho, P Robinson
Composites Science and Technology 71 (7), 969-979, 2011
572011
Numerical modelling of woven composites: Biaxial loading
NV De Carvalho, ST Pinho, P Robinson
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 43 (8), 1326-1337, 2012
562012
Experimental study on delamination migration in composite laminates
MF Pernice, NV De Carvalho, JG Ratcliffe, SR Hallett
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 73, 20-34, 2015
552015
On longitudinal compressive failure of carbon-fibre-reinforced polymer: from unidirectional to woven, and from virgin to recycled
ST Pinho, R Gutkin, S Pimenta, NV De Carvalho, P Robinson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2012
302012
A meso-scale simulation framework for predicting the mechanical response of triaxial braided composites
T Wehrkamp-Richter, NV De Carvalho, ST Pinho
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 107, 489-506, 2018
272018
Analytical modelling of the compressive and tensile response of woven composites
NV De Carvalho, ST Pinho, P Robinson
Composite Structures 94 (9), 2724-2735, 2012
192012
Micromechanical modelling of textile composites
O Bacarreza, P Wen, MH Aliabadi
Woven composites, 1-74, 2015
182015
Investigating delamination migration in composite tape laminates
JG Ratcliffe, NV De Carvalho
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, 2014
162014
Guidelines for VCCT-based interlaminar fatigue and progressive failure finite element analysis
LR Deobald, GE Mabson, S Engelstad, MP Rao, M Gurvich, ...
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, 2017
132017
Compressive failure of 2D woven composites
NV Carvalho, ST Pinho, P Robinson
Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Composite Materials …, 2009
92009
Simulating the clamped tapered beam specimen under quasi-static and fatigue loading using floating node method
BR Seshadri, N Vieira De Carvalho, JG Ratcliffe
2018 AIAA/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials …, 2018
82018
Predicting the non-linear mechanical response of triaxial braided composites
T Wehrkamp-Richter, NV De Carvalho, ST Pinho
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 114, 117-135, 2018
72018
Simulating matrix crack and delamination interaction in a clamped tapered beam
NV De Carvalho, BR Seshadri, JG Ratcliffe, GE Mabson, LR Deobald
32nd ASC Technical Conference, West Lafayette, IN, USA, 2017
72017
In search of a time efficient approach to crack and delamination growth predictions in composites
R Krueger, N Carvalho
Proceedings of 31st ASC Technical Conference 1, 368-383, 2016
72016
Modeling Fatigue Damage Onset and Progression in Composites Using an Element-Based Virtual Crack Closure Technique Combined with the Floating Node Method
NV De Carvalho, R Krueger
72016
Modeling quasi-static and fatigue-driven delamination migration
NV De Carvalho, JG Ratcliffe, BY Chen, ST Pinho, PM Baiz, TE Tay
29th ASC Technical Conference, La Jolla, CA, USA, 2014
72014
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