The structure of shock and interphase layers for a heat conducting Maxwellian rate-type approach to solid-solid phase transitions: Part II: numerical study for an SMA model

Abstract : We consider a thermoelastic model for phase transforming materials which can adequately describe the evolution with respect to the temperature of the hysteresis loop both in compression and tension tests. The specificity of this model is that the Gruneisen coefficient changes its sign. The model is augmented by considering a dissipative mechanism governed by a Maxwellian rate-type constitutive equation that can describe stress relaxation phenomena toward equilibrium between phases. Existence and uniqueness of traveling wave solutions are investigated. One derives that the admissibility condition induced by the Maxwellian rate-type approach, coupled or not with Fourier heat conduction law is related to the chord criterion with respect to the Hugoniot locus. We investigate the structure of profile layers, and we focus on their thermodynamic properties. The influence of the exothermic or endothermic character of phase transitions on the inner structure of interphase layers is captured. A phenomenon of temperature overshoot/undershoot with respect to the front state temperature and Hugoniot back state temperature inside an interphase layer is revealed.
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Acta Mechanica, Springer Verlag, 2013, 224 (11), pp.2577-2610. 〈10.1007/s00707-013-0846-x〉
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Cristian Faciu, Alain Molinari. The structure of shock and interphase layers for a heat conducting Maxwellian rate-type approach to solid-solid phase transitions: Part II: numerical study for an SMA model. Acta Mechanica, Springer Verlag, 2013, 224 (11), pp.2577-2610. 〈10.1007/s00707-013-0846-x〉. 〈hal-01502126〉

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