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It is more straightforward to deﬁne the constitutive response by traction-separation law and model the top and bottom interfaces between adherends and adhesive using cohesive elements. The traction-separation law is typically characterized by peak strength and fracture energy. In the present study, a linear elastic tractionseparation law is assumed prior to damage. 7 shows a typical traction-separation response in one direction, where tmax can be the maximum values of the three components tn, ts and tt of nominal stress vector t in 3D.
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