Grain boundaries are natural obstacles to the motion of dislocations during plastic straining of crystalline matter. The models are based on rate formulations that describe the evolution of lattice defects under external loads. The resulting lattice defect density quantities are used in kinematic state energy and finite element methods in structural mechanics pdf for the calculation of the local and global stresses. Three directions are pursued in this context.
In the experiments percolative grain clusters with prevalent basal slip as a precursor for shear band formation was observed. Plane trace analysis, Schmid factor calculation and deformation transfer analysis at the grain boundaries were performed for the activated twins. Twinning appears to be a process of accommodating local strain rather than a response to macroscopic strain. We present the orientation dependent indentation response of pure magnesium during single grain indentation. A conical indenter and maximum loads between 50 mN and 900 mN were employed. Indent topographies were acquired by confocal microscopy.
The indents were also characterized by electron backscatter orientation microscopy for their microstructures. Zambaldi and Raabe, Acta Mater. Furthermore, the compatibility of the twinning strains with the imposed deformation is discussed based on the expanding cavity model of indentation. We introduce a crystal plasticity constitutive model for BCC materials which is build on dislocation movement and uses dislocation density variables as internal state variables. Ma, Roters and Raabe for the FCC crystal structure. Here we study of plastic strain localization, surface roughening and of the origin of these phenomena in polycrystals. Using a crystal plasticity finite element model, corresponding high-resolution simulations are conducted.
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The study concludes with an assessment of the limitations of the crystal plasticity model. Plastic shear hence creates both shape and orientation changes, except for certain highly symmetric shears. The essential step which renders the deformation kinematics of this approach a crystal plasticity formulation is the fact that the velocity gradient is written in dyadic form. However, the success of CPFE methods is not only built on their efficiency in dealing with complicated boundary conditions. Adequate coarse graining methods allow us to design polycrystal models for commercial and large-scale applications. Here we present methods to map crystallographic textures in crystal plasticity finite element simulations.
Lamination microstructure in shear deformed copper single crystals Olga Dmitrieva, Patrick W. We investigate the formation of microscopic patterns in a copper single crystal deformed in a shear experiment. The parameters given by the theory agree with the measured properties, i. Several strain gradient plasticity formulations have been suggested in the literature to account for inherent size effects on length scales of microns and submicrons. As a result the majority of the simulations in the literature deal with plane problems at small strains. In the modern practice of stamping simulation of complex industrial parts the prediction of springback still lacks accuracy.
In the modern practice of stamping simulation of complex industrial parts the prediction of springback still lacks accuracy. The application of the crystal plasticity FEM for the virtual testing is demonstrated for DC04 and H320LA steel grades. CP-FEM model augmented with the fracture initiation parameter shows promise for becoming a predictive tool for identifying damageprone boundaries. The solution of a continuum mechanical boundary value problem requires a constitutive response that connects deformation and stress at each material point. The study presents crystal plasticity finite element simulations of cylindrical Cu single crystal micropillar compression tests. The mechanical response of multiphase alloys is governed by the microscopic strain and stress partitioning behavior among microstructural constituents. The mechanical response of multiphase alloys is governed by the microscopic strain and stress partitioning behavior among microstructural constituents.
The microstructure of dual phase steels can be compared with a composite composed of a matrix of ferrite reinforced by small islands of martensite. However, recent measurements show that the properties of the ferrite phase change with distance from the martensite grains. These measurements showed that the grains of the ferrite phase are harder in the vicinity of martensite grains. Dual phase steels deform in a heterogeneous manner, i.
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