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We utilize the shape derivative of the classical Griffith's energy in a level set method for the simulation of dynamic ductile fracture. The level set is defined in the undeformed configuration of the object, and its evolution is designed to represent a transition from undamaged to failed material. No re-meshing is needed since the resulting topological changes are handled naturally by the level set method. We provide a new mechanism for the generation of fragments of material during thedoi:10.1145/2485895.2485908 dblp:conf/sca/HegemannJST13 fatcat:aaveinhjnffj7eddslseou5lim