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The role of punch eccentricity in small punch testing

ŠEBEK, F. DYMÁČEK, P. KUBÍK, P. HŮLKA, J. PETRUŠKA, J.

Original Title

The role of punch eccentricity in small punch testing

English Title

The role of punch eccentricity in small punch testing

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The small punch testing technique under quasi-static loading was examined in the view of punch eccentricity role. It might arise especially when the ball is used as the penetrating tool, instead of hemispherical-ended punch. The austenitic stainless steel AISI 316L was chosen to execute several various “large scale” tests in order to calibrate the multi-linear stress–strain relationship along with the ductile fracture criterion KHPS. All the calibration procedure was performed without using the small punch testing. Then, the model was applied to small punch tests to observe the prediction ability when compared to real small punch experiments. Consequently, a numerical study was conducted to see the role of eccentricity in the case of 2 and 2.5 mm ball diameters used as the penetrating tool. The magnitude of eccentricity up to 0.3 mm was numerically tested. The results showed negligible role of eccentricity for 2 mm ball diameter and minor role for 2.5 mm diameter and studied material.

English abstract

The small punch testing technique under quasi-static loading was examined in the view of punch eccentricity role. It might arise especially when the ball is used as the penetrating tool, instead of hemispherical-ended punch. The austenitic stainless steel AISI 316L was chosen to execute several various “large scale” tests in order to calibrate the multi-linear stress–strain relationship along with the ductile fracture criterion KHPS. All the calibration procedure was performed without using the small punch testing. Then, the model was applied to small punch tests to observe the prediction ability when compared to real small punch experiments. Consequently, a numerical study was conducted to see the role of eccentricity in the case of 2 and 2.5 mm ball diameters used as the penetrating tool. The magnitude of eccentricity up to 0.3 mm was numerically tested. The results showed negligible role of eccentricity for 2 mm ball diameter and minor role for 2.5 mm diameter and studied material.

Keywords

pressure vessel; piping steel grade; small sample technique; damage; elastic plastic; finite element method; associated flow rule; time independent plasticity; pressure and Lode dependent fracture criterion; nuclear industry

Released

10.07.2018

Pages from

43

Pages to

46

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT149584,
  author="František {Šebek} and Petr {Dymáček} and Petr {Kubík} and Jiří {Hůlka} and Jindřich {Petruška}",
  title="The role of punch eccentricity in small punch testing",
  annote="The small punch testing technique under quasi-static loading was examined in the view of punch eccentricity role. It might arise especially when the ball is used as the penetrating tool, instead of hemispherical-ended punch. The austenitic stainless steel AISI 316L was chosen to execute several various “large scale” tests in order to calibrate the multi-linear stress–strain relationship along with the ductile fracture criterion KHPS. All the calibration procedure was performed without using the small punch testing. Then, the model was applied to small punch tests to observe the prediction ability when compared to real small punch experiments. Consequently, a numerical study was conducted to see the role of eccentricity in the case of 2 and 2.5 mm ball diameters used as the penetrating tool. The magnitude of eccentricity up to 0.3 mm was numerically tested. The results showed negligible role of eccentricity for 2 mm ball diameter and minor role for 2.5 mm diameter and studied material.",
  booktitle="6th International Small Sample Test Techniques Conference",
  chapter="149584",
  doi="10.5334/uproc.43",
  howpublished="print",
  number="S1",
  year="2018",
  month="july",
  pages="43--46",
  type="conference paper"
}