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Transferability of fracture mechanical data from sub-sized three-point-bend geometry

Originální název

Transferability of fracture mechanical data from sub-sized three-point-bend geometry

Anglický název

Transferability of fracture mechanical data from sub-sized three-point-bend geometry

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The contribution deals with FEA of stress state in sub-sized pre-cracked three-point-bend specimen with dimensions 3-4-27 mm3. In the experimental part the true stress-true strain curve was obtained from tensile test from Eurofer97 steel. Next, the static three-point bend tests with different crack lengths were carried out on plain and side-grooved specimens. The tests were simulated using ABAQUS 6.10. For comparison, models of pre-cracked standard and Charpy specimen were also created. The stress level below the crack tip for both KLST and Charpy specimen decrease more extensively than for standard specimen indicating the constraint loss. The decrease of the stress level and thus constraint loss is the highest just for the smallest specimen. The different crack lengths studied have no influence on the stress level at the crack tip. The side grooving enabled to maintain the stress level at the crack tip along the thickness but does not have effect on the maximum value of the stress.

Anglický abstrakt

The contribution deals with FEA of stress state in sub-sized pre-cracked three-point-bend specimen with dimensions 3-4-27 mm3. In the experimental part the true stress-true strain curve was obtained from tensile test from Eurofer97 steel. Next, the static three-point bend tests with different crack lengths were carried out on plain and side-grooved specimens. The tests were simulated using ABAQUS 6.10. For comparison, models of pre-cracked standard and Charpy specimen were also created. The stress level below the crack tip for both KLST and Charpy specimen decrease more extensively than for standard specimen indicating the constraint loss. The decrease of the stress level and thus constraint loss is the highest just for the smallest specimen. The different crack lengths studied have no influence on the stress level at the crack tip. The side grooving enabled to maintain the stress level at the crack tip along the thickness but does not have effect on the maximum value of the stress.

BibTex


@misc{BUT75831,
  author="Luděk {Stratil} and Hynek {Hadraba} and Ivo {Dlouhý}",
  title="Transferability of fracture mechanical data from sub-sized three-point-bend geometry",
  annote="The contribution deals with FEA of stress state in sub-sized pre-cracked three-point-bend specimen with dimensions 3-4-27 mm3. In the experimental part the true stress-true strain curve was obtained from tensile test from Eurofer97 steel. Next, the static three-point bend tests with different crack lengths were carried out on plain and side-grooved specimens. The tests were simulated using ABAQUS 6.10. For comparison, models of pre-cracked standard and Charpy specimen were also created. The stress level below the crack tip for both KLST and Charpy specimen decrease more extensively than for standard specimen indicating the constraint loss. The decrease of the stress level and thus constraint loss is the highest just for the smallest specimen. The different crack lengths studied have no influence on the stress level at the crack tip. The side grooving enabled to maintain the stress level at the crack tip along the thickness but does not have effect on the maximum value of the stress.",
  chapter="75831",
  year="2011",
  month="august",
  type="abstract"
}