Modelling of plastic yield surface of materials accounting for initial anisotropy and strength differential effect on the basis of experiments and numerical simulation

Abstract : This thesis proposes physically consistent description of the elastic limit of the material on the basis of the results associated with FEM simulations experiments. The theoretical approach is based on the assumption that the limit of elasticity of material Burzynski. The hypothesis effort material is derived from the definition of the end energy of variable stroke volume change or distortion. In special cases, the criteria include asymmetry elastic range and in an expanded form, it is applicable to initially anisotropic materials. The thesis has demonstrated the need to provide an integrated view on experiments and numerical simulations to obtain the description of the onset of plasticity. To achieve this goal, a specific methodology was developed - the procedure which combines experimental techniques with numerical simulations supported by a precise description of the behavior of materials. As part of the approach to numerical modeling, numerical analyzes were performed to correct the inaccuracies of the experimental results presented. In addition, Burzy?ski isotropically been implemented in the finite element method via UMAT (user subroutine for ABAQUS). The versatility of description performance is illustrated by the application of materials with amorphous structure and cubic crystals of different systems: structure FCC (face centered cubic) and BCC (body centered cubic). Examples : - type material FCC structure - OFHC Cu, Oxygen Free High Conductivity Copper material BCC structure type - E335 , not alloyed high strength and example of the amorphous steel materials - polycarbonate (PC) and biopolymers ( PLA / PBAT ) . Materials for specific analyzes were performed to obtain microstructural and mechanical properties via wide range of stress tests in various loading conditions. The number of copies of data found in the literature of the pressure sensitive and / or anisotropic materials was initially analyzed. It has been proven that the proposed criteria provide accurate approximation of the state of early plasticity in relation to other terms in common use. The resulting criteria appear to be universal and widely applicable method of obtaining a description of the appearance of the plasticity
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Teresa Fras. Modelling of plastic yield surface of materials accounting for initial anisotropy and strength differential effect on the basis of experiments and numerical simulation. Other. Université de Lorraine, 2013. English. ⟨NNT : 2013LORR0271⟩. ⟨tel-01750617⟩

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