Publication detail

Ductile fracture criteria implementation and calibration using the tension–torsion tests

ŠEBEK, F. PETRUŠKA, J. KUBÍK, P.

Original Title

Ductile fracture criteria implementation and calibration using the tension–torsion tests

English Title

Ductile fracture criteria implementation and calibration using the tension–torsion tests

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Ductile fracture calibration needs to be done on the basis of reliable experimental testing. Reliable from the proportional loading path point of view, and the knowledge of crack initiation location too. Tubular specimen was designed and biaxially tested to be used for calibration of phenomenological criterion as well as for the comparison to other tubular biaxially tested specimens from recent literature. Calibrated phenomenological criterion was implemented by developed algorithm to Abaqus using the user subroutine in order to predict the cracking onset. The proportionality of loading path was tracked together with the evolution of state variables through the wall thickness to conclude the applicability of each specimen for a specific loading.

English abstract

Ductile fracture calibration needs to be done on the basis of reliable experimental testing. Reliable from the proportional loading path point of view, and the knowledge of crack initiation location too. Tubular specimen was designed and biaxially tested to be used for calibration of phenomenological criterion as well as for the comparison to other tubular biaxially tested specimens from recent literature. Calibrated phenomenological criterion was implemented by developed algorithm to Abaqus using the user subroutine in order to predict the cracking onset. The proportionality of loading path was tracked together with the evolution of state variables through the wall thickness to conclude the applicability of each specimen for a specific loading.

Keywords

Damage indication; Tubular specimen; Failure initiation; Ductile crack; Plastic deformation

Released

15.05.2017

ISBN

978-80-214-5497-2

Book

Engineering Mechanics 2017

Pages from

854

Pages to

857

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT135832,
  author="František {Šebek} and Jindřich {Petruška} and Petr {Kubík}",
  title="Ductile fracture criteria implementation and calibration using the tension–torsion tests",
  annote="Ductile fracture calibration needs to be done on the basis of reliable experimental testing. Reliable from the proportional loading path point of view, and the knowledge of crack initiation location too. Tubular specimen was designed and biaxially tested to be used for calibration of phenomenological criterion as well as for the comparison to other tubular biaxially tested specimens from recent literature. Calibrated phenomenological criterion was implemented by developed algorithm to Abaqus using the user subroutine in order to predict the cracking onset. The proportionality of loading path was tracked together with the evolution of state variables through the wall thickness to conclude the applicability of each specimen for a specific loading.",
  booktitle="Engineering Mechanics 2017",
  chapter="135832",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2017",
  month="may",
  pages="854--857",
  type="conference paper"
}