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|저자명||Kee Sun Yeom Sehwan Jeong Hoon Huh Jungsu Park|
|Journal||Key Engineering materials|
PBX is known to exhibit highly nonlinear behaviors of deformation such as the Mullins effect of stress softening, hysteresis, residual strain, and frequency dependant responses. This paper proposes a phenomenological energy-based model for PBX considering the Mullins effect for isotropic, incompressible, hyperelastic, particle-filled materials. Uniaxial compressive loading and unloading tests at quasi-static states were undertaken in order to obtain the mechanical properties of the PBX simulants. The phenomenological energy-based model by Ogden-Roxburgh is, then, modified to make it consistent with the test result of PBX simulants in the case that the Mullins effect is dominant. Prediction with the new model shows a good correspondence to the experimental data demonstrating that the model properly describes the Mullins effect and the loading-unloading behavior of deformation.