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Lode dependent plasticity coupled with nonlinear damage accumulation for ductile fracture of aluminium alloy

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Lode dependent plasticity coupled with nonlinear damage accumulation for ductile fracture of aluminium alloy

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Lode dependent plasticity coupled with nonlinear damage accumulation for ductile fracture of aluminium alloy

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en

Originální abstrakt

The experimental program was designed and proportional tests carried out at a room temperature on aluminium alloy 2024-T351. These concerned tension, torsion and compression, in order to investigate the damage accumulation nonlinearity and to reliably calibrate new phenomenological ductile fracture criterion. This fracture model, KHPS2, expressed through the fracture strain, was dependent on the stress triaxiality and normalized third invariant of deviatoric stress tensor. The ductile fracture model was then coupled with the yield criterion, as in the continuum damage mechanics, using the material softening. The plasticity model was considered in the form of taking into account the Lode dependence for investigated material, through normalized third invariant of deviatoric stress tensor. The whole approach, fully applicable to multiaxial ductile fracture related problems, was implemented using the user subroutine into the commercial software, based on the explicit finite element method. In the end, the proposed approach was verified using chosen realized fracture tests, which were used in the calibration, and newly designed KHPS2 criterion along with an existing one—modified Hosford–Coulomb model. The latter model showed better performance in simulations despite worse approximation ability, which can be attributed to its micromechanically-motivated formulation.

Anglický abstrakt

The experimental program was designed and proportional tests carried out at a room temperature on aluminium alloy 2024-T351. These concerned tension, torsion and compression, in order to investigate the damage accumulation nonlinearity and to reliably calibrate new phenomenological ductile fracture criterion. This fracture model, KHPS2, expressed through the fracture strain, was dependent on the stress triaxiality and normalized third invariant of deviatoric stress tensor. The ductile fracture model was then coupled with the yield criterion, as in the continuum damage mechanics, using the material softening. The plasticity model was considered in the form of taking into account the Lode dependence for investigated material, through normalized third invariant of deviatoric stress tensor. The whole approach, fully applicable to multiaxial ductile fracture related problems, was implemented using the user subroutine into the commercial software, based on the explicit finite element method. In the end, the proposed approach was verified using chosen realized fracture tests, which were used in the calibration, and newly designed KHPS2 criterion along with an existing one—modified Hosford–Coulomb model. The latter model showed better performance in simulations despite worse approximation ability, which can be attributed to its micromechanically-motivated formulation.

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@article{BUT140414,
  author="František {Šebek} and Jindřich {Petruška} and Petr {Kubík}",
  title="Lode dependent plasticity coupled with nonlinear damage accumulation for ductile fracture of aluminium alloy",
  annote="The experimental program was designed and proportional tests carried out at a room temperature on aluminium alloy 2024-T351. These concerned tension, torsion and compression, in order to investigate the damage accumulation nonlinearity and to reliably calibrate new phenomenological ductile fracture criterion. This fracture model, KHPS2, expressed through the fracture strain, was dependent on the stress triaxiality and normalized third invariant of deviatoric stress tensor. The ductile fracture model was then coupled with the yield criterion, as in the continuum damage mechanics, using the material softening. The plasticity model was considered in the form of taking into account the Lode dependence for investigated material, through normalized third invariant of deviatoric stress tensor. The whole approach, fully applicable to multiaxial ductile fracture related problems, was implemented using the user subroutine into the commercial software, based on the explicit finite element method. In the end, the proposed approach was verified using chosen realized fracture tests, which were used in the calibration, and newly designed KHPS2 criterion along with an existing one—modified Hosford–Coulomb model. The latter model showed better performance in simulations despite worse approximation ability, which can be attributed to its micromechanically-motivated formulation.",
  chapter="140414",
  doi="10.1016/j.matdes.2017.09.064",
  howpublished="print",
  number="1",
  volume="137",
  year="2018",
  month="january",
  pages="90--107",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}