Study of multilayered composites through periodic homogenization and Mori-Tanaka methods
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The multilayered composite structure has been utilized frequently in the literature of periodic homogenization as a test case for developing new methodologies for linear and nonlinear composite media. The manuscript demonstrates that these composites can also be used for validating mean-field micromechanics techniques. It is shown the the Mori-Tanaka method combined with the Transformation Field Analysis provides the same solution with the periodic homogenization for nonlinear multilayered composites.
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