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Effect of the Lüders plateau on ductile fracture with MBL model
In this study, the effect of Lüders plateau on the ductile crack growth resistance has been investigated with the Gurson damage model and the modified boundary layer (MBL) model, under mode I plane strain condition. The Lüders plateau is modeled as horizontal by keeping the plateau stress ...
CAFE based Multi-scale Modelling of Ductile-to-Brittle Transition of Steel with a Temperature Dependent Effective Surface Energy
It is still a challenge to numerically achieve the interactive competition between ductile damage and brittle fracture in ductile-to-brittle transition (DBT) region. In addition, since two types of fracture occur at two independent material length scales, it is difficult to process them with the sam...
Experimental measurement of temperature-dependent equivalent stress-strain curves of a 420 MPa structural steel with axisymmetric notched tensile specimens
Recently, the authors in this paper proposed a correction function to determine material’s equivalent stress-strain curve with axisymmetric-notched tensile specimens. In this study, tensile tests were performed at room temperature, -30℃ and -60℃ with axisymmetric notched tensile specimens to verify ...
Determining the tensile properties of Arctic materials and modelling their effects on fracture
Numerical study on the effect of the Lüders plateau on the ductile crack growth resistance of SENT specimens
The increasing demand of energy prompts the petroleum industry exploitation activities to the Arctic region where the low temperature is a strong challenge, both for structural design and material selection. For structural materials exhibiting the Lüders plateau, it has been reported that lower...
Additive manufacture of superduplex stainless steel using WAAM
Constraint effect on the brittle-to-ductile transition of single-crystal iron induced by dislocation mobility
The brittle-to-ductile transition (BDT), no matter what the dominated mechanism is, dislocation nucleation or dislocation motion, is not an intrinsic phenomenon of material, and depends not only on the strain rate but also on the constraint at crack tip. However, few work has been performed on study...