Xiao-Ping Zhou focuses on Coalescence, Composite material, Structural engineering, Fracture mechanics and Brittleness. His study on Coalescence is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Computer simulation, Uniaxial compression, Peridynamics, Ultimate failure and Fissure. Xiao-Ping Zhou usually deals with Computer simulation and limits it to topics linked to Numerical analysis and Branching and Breakage.
His Structural engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mechanics and Polygon mesh. His work investigates the relationship between Fracture mechanics and topics such as Compressive strength that intersect with problems in Stress–strain curve, Dynamic load testing, Deformation and Compression. His Brittleness research integrates issues from Geotechnical engineering and Rock mechanics.
Mechanics, Geotechnical engineering, Coalescence, Composite material and Structural engineering are his primary areas of study. His Mechanics research is mostly focused on the topic Peridynamics. The study of Geotechnical engineering is intertwined with the study of Strain energy density function in a number of ways.
Numerical analysis, Uniaxial compression, Computer simulation, Brittleness and Particle dynamics are fields of study that intersect with his Coalescence research. All of his Composite material and Cracking, Crack initiation, Ultimate tensile strength, Fracture mechanics and Shear investigations are sub-components of the entire Composite material study. His research in Fracture mechanics intersects with topics in Fracture toughness and Finite element method, Extended finite element method.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Cracking, Mechanics, Fracture and Acoustic emission. Xiao-Ping Zhou conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Composite material and Coalescence through his research. His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Tensile fracture, Slip, Numerical analysis, Direct shear test and Equations of motion.
He combines subjects such as Fracture mechanics, Finite element method, Strain energy, Failure mode and effects analysis and Computer simulation with his study of Numerical analysis. His Computer simulation research incorporates elements of Structural engineering and Stress redistribution. His studies deal with areas such as Peridynamics, Fracture toughness, Brittleness and Uniaxial compression as well as Fracture.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Fracture, Cracking, Ultimate tensile strength and Extended finite element method. His work on Microstructure, Triaxial compression and Grain size is typically connected to X-ray as part of general Composite material study, connecting several disciplines of science. He performs integrative Microstructure and Coalescence research in his work.
Xiao-Ping Zhou interconnects Peridynamics, Fracture toughness, Mechanics and Acoustic emission in the investigation of issues within Fracture. His Computer simulation study, which is part of a larger body of work in Mechanics, is frequently linked to Scheme, bridging the gap between disciplines. Xiao-Ping Zhou has researched Ultimate tensile strength in several fields, including Strain rate, Crack initiation and Properties of concrete.
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Numerical Simulation of Crack Growth and Coalescence in Rock-Like Materials Containing Multiple Pre-existing Flaws
X. P. Zhou;J. Bi;Q. H. Qian.
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering (2015)
An Experimental Study of Crack Coalescence Behaviour in Rock-Like Materials Containing Multiple Flaws Under Uniaxial Compression
X. P. Zhou;H. Cheng;Y. F. Feng.
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering (2014)
Numerical simulation of propagation and coalescence of flaws in rock materials under compressive loads using the extended non-ordinary state-based peridynamics
Yunteng Wang;Xiaoping Zhou;Xiao Xu.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (2016)
A 3-D conjugated bond-pair-based peridynamic formulation for initiation and propagation of cracks in brittle solids
Yunteng Wang;Xiaoping Zhou;Yuan Wang;Yundong Shou.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (2017)
The modeling of crack propagation and coalescence in rocks under uniaxial compression using the novel conjugated bond-based peridynamics
Yunteng Wang;Xiaoping Zhou;Yundong Shou.
International Journal of Mechanical Sciences (2017)
Analysis of stability of three-dimensional slopes using the rigorous limit equilibrium method
X.P. Zhou;H. Cheng.
Engineering Geology (2013)
The Effects of Crack Openings on Crack Initiation, Propagation and Coalescence Behavior in Rock-Like Materials Under Uniaxial Compression
Hao Cheng;Xiaoping Zhou;Jiang Zhu;Qihu Qian.
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering (2016)
Numerical simulation of crack propagation and coalescence in pre-cracked rock-like Brazilian disks using the non-ordinary state-based peridynamics
Xiao-Ping Zhou;Yun-Teng Wang.
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences (2016)
The 3D Numerical Simulation for the Propagation Process of Multiple Pre-existing Flaws in Rock-Like Materials Subjected to Biaxial Compressive Loads
J. Bi;J. Bi;X. P. Zhou;X. P. Zhou;Q. H. Qian.
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering (2016)
Multiscale numerical modeling of propagation and coalescence of multiple cracks in rock masses
X.P. Zhou;X.P. Zhou;H.Q. Yang;H.Q. Yang.
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences (2012)
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