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research-article | 17-April-2021

THE OVERVIEW OF FRACTURE MECHANICS MODELS FOR CONCRETE

this problem and extrapolate the value of fracture energy for infinite size was a continuous struggle and an element of research, e.g. [18, 19]. This issue will be discussed in more depth in paragraph 3 of the paper. 2.2. Two Parameter Fracture Model of Jenq and Shah (TPFM) One of the first special fracture models for concrete with no direct usage of stress – displacement curvature was the two-parameter fracture model (TPFM) proposed by Jenq and Shah in 1985 [20]. Instead, linear elastic fracture

Amanda AKRAM

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 14 , ISSUE 1, 47–57

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