Integrating Peridynamics with Material Point Method for Elastoplastic Material Modeling
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Journal: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)
Volume: 11542 LNCS
© Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019. We present a novel integral-based Material Point Method (MPM) using state based peridynamics structure for modeling elastoplastic material and fracture animation. Previous partial derivative based MPM studies face challenges of underlying instability issues of particle distribution and the complexity of modeling discontinuities. To alleviate these problems, we integrate the strain metric in the basic elastic constitutive model by using material point truss structure, which outweighs differential-based methods in both accuracy and stability. To model plasticity, we incorporate our constitutive model with deviatoric flow theory and a simple yield function. It is straightforward to handle the problem of cracking in our hybrid framework. Our method adopts two time integration ways to update crack interface and fracture inner parts, which overcome the unnecessary grid duplication. Our work can create a wide range of material phenomenon including elasticity, plasticity, and fracture. Our framework provides an attractive method for producing elastoplastic materials and fracture with visual realism and high stability.
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Journal: ADVANCES IN COMPUTER GRAPHICS, CGI 2019