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Evolution of elastic range accountig for strength differential effect and micro-shear banding

Ryszard B. Pcherski

Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw

Acknowledgement

The part of these lectures originated during my visits in Metz as le professeur invit de lEcole Nationale dIngnieurs de Metz (National Engineering School of Metz) within the years (2009 2012). I appreciate the work and discussions with professor Alexis Rusinek on dynamic behaviour of materials.

Ryszard B. PCHERSKI

Departments of the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Science: Physical Acoustics Computational Science Mechanics of Materials Div. Applied Plasticity Strength of Materials Intelligent Technologies Theory of Continuous Media Ultrasound

List of contents

Part I. Asymmetry of elastic range 1. Introduction experimental motivation Strength Differential Effect observations main assumptions the notion of material effort 2. Energy-based limit condtions for materials with asymmetry of elastic range isotropic solids examples of aplications

List of contents

numerical approach examples of experimental verification

4. Identification methodolgy

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List of contents

Part II. Phenomenological description of micro-shear banding

1. Inntroduction experimental motivation

2. Phenomenological description of inelastic flow viscoplasticity theory accounting for micro-shear banding

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List of contents

3. Phenomenological approach to the evolution of yield surface (elastic range) discussion of a new methodology examples 4. Concluding remarks

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1. Introduction

experimental

motivation

Two experimental observations about metals by P.W. Bridgman [1947]: no influence of hydrostatic pressure on yielding, incompressibility for plastic straining, became the basic tenets of classical metal plasticity.

Bridgman, P.W., 1947,"The Effect of Hydrostatic Pressure on the Fracture of Brittle Substances," Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 18, p. 246.

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1. Introduction

experimental

motivation

P.W. Bridgman: Studies in Large Plastic Flow and Fracture with Special Emphasis on the Effects of Hydrostatic Pressure, [1952], p. 64:

By the time the last series of measurements was being made under the arsenal contract, however, skill in making the measurements had so increased, and probably also the homogeneity of the material of the specimens had also increased because of care in preparation, that it was possible to establish a definite effect of pressure on the strain hardening curve.

(citation from C.D. Wilson A Critical Reexamination of Classical Metal Plasticity, J. Appl. Mech., 2002, 69, 63-68)

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1. Introduction

experimental

motivation

W.A. Spitzig et al. [1975], O. Richmond, W.A. Spitzig [1980], W.A. Spitzig, O. Richmond [1984].

4330 steel

I2

aI1

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1. Introduction

experimental motivation

alluminium alloy: 2024-T351 Al

result of calculations with use of J2 theory

Yield criteria:

C. D. Wilson: A Critical Reexamination of Classical Metal Plasticity, J. Appl. Mech., 2002, 69, 63-68

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1. Introduction

experimental

motivation

Bai, T. Wierzbicki, A new model of metal plasticity and fracture with pressure and Lode angle, Int. J. Plasticity, 24, 2008.

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Lode angle expressed by means of the second and third invariants of stress deviator s :

J3

det(s) ,

1 tr ()1 3

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Lode angle dependence of the cross-section of the yield surface given at the octahedral plane, cf. M. Nowak et al. EngineeringTransactions, 59, 273-281, [2011]. S. K. I y e r, C. J. L i s s e n d e n, Multiaxial constitutive model accounting for the strength-differential in Inconel 718, Int J Plast 19, 2055-2081 (2003).

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1. Introduction

experimental motivation

[mm]

V2

V4

V6

U1

U2

R2

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1. Introduction

experimental motivation The effects of stress concentration in the notched round bar specimens

max hydrostatic stress [GPa]

difference in value of max experimental and simulated load [kN]

0.78 1.02 1.18 0.24 1.01 0.86 0.82 0 2.3 1.7 3.8 5.6 7.6 4.5

The larger value of hydrostatic stress, the larger deviation of the load predicted from the J 2 theory.

70

60

50

load [kN]

40

30

20

smooth

R2 U1 U2 V2 V4 V6

V4 num. modelling V4 experiment 10 Geometry: V4. Quasi static tension: 0.001 1/s Abaqus simulation: standard, axi-sym. el. 0 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5

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displacement [mm]

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1. Introduction

SDE - Strength Differential Effect

SDE is observed in many materials, e.g.: - geological materials - high strength steels & hard deformable alloys - ultra fine grained and nano metals - cast iron

0

- polymers

0

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1, f ( J1, J 2 , J 3 )

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1. Introduction

SDE - Strength Differential Effect

1. D.C. Drucker [1972], W.A. Spitzig et al. [1975], O. Richmond, W.A. Spitzig [1980], W.A. Spitzig, O. Richmond [1984].

2. P. S. Theocaris, Failure criteria for isotropic bodies revisited, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 51, 239264, 1995, collected the data of the first basic experiments for different materials: - G.I. Taylor & H. Quinney [1931] - copper and mild steel: 1.3 .

R.C. Grassi & I. Cornet [1949]; L.F. Coffin, Jr. [1950] gray 3. cast-iron: various polymers:

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1.3

23

1.3

Coincidence of the experimental results with the modified yield locus (P.S. Theocaris [1995]).

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Coincidence of the experimental results with the SDE modified yield locus (P.S. Theocaris [1995]).

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1.3

The yield locus for various polymers revealing the SDE (P.S. Theocaris [1995]).

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1. Introduction

observations

The following observations can be drawn from the discussed experimental investigations:

it appears that in some cases the commonly used Huber-Mises yield condition is not sufficient for adequate description of material behaviour, the asymmetry of elastic range (SDE) should be taken into account, the initial anisotropy can play important role in the adequate simulations of material behaviour.

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1. Introduction

observations

Asymmetry of elastic range for isotropic materials is related with: pressure sensitivity of the limit state SDE is observed influence of the Lode angle on the limit state limit surface becomes asymmetric

limit state limit of linear elasticity or yield limit. Lode angle related with the third invariant of stress deviator.

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1. Introduction

main assumption

The novelty of proposed approach is based on the hypothesis that certain portions of elastic energy density accumulated in the deformed body can be applied to define the measure of material effort.

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1. Introductrion

the notion of material effort Consider deformable continuous body. The material point of the body corresponds to the Representative Volume Element (RVE) of the considered condensed matter. External loading applied to the deformed body changes on the atomic level the relative positions of the constituents of matter. This produces variation of the energy of the system and results in the change of chemical bonding strength.

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Material effort known since long in German literature on mechanics as Anstrengung, in Russian as napryazhennost and in Polish as wytenie has been used rather intuitevely.

It can be defined more precisely as a state of material point of the loaded deformable body related with the change of chemical bonding strength in the RVE of the condensed matter.

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1. Introductrion

the notion of material effort physical interpretation

Illustration of the EM observations of the change of relative positions of the constituents of the matter in the aluminum oxide-metal interface as an example of the studies how the change of the atomic structure of the boundary influences the energy of atomic interactions (cf. K. Nalepka and R. B. Pcherski [2009]. [2010]).

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1. Introductrion

the notion of material effort physical interpretation

Illustration of the EM observations of the change of relative positions of the constituents of the matter in the aluminum oxide-metal interface. An example of the studies how the change of the atomic structure of the boundary influences the change of the symmetry of Cu structure: cubic tertragonal (cf. K. Kowalczyk-Gajewska et al. [2003], K. Nalepka and R. B. Pcherski [2009], [2010]).

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33

1. Introductrion

the notion of material effort physical interpretation

Tertragonal deformation paths and the change of interaction energy In the Cu component of the interface calculated with use the originally specified atomic model by K. Nalepka [2012a], [2012b].

34

1. Introductrion

the notion of material effort physical interpretation

The change of the interaction energy In the Ni component of the interface Ni aluminum oxide calculated with use the originally specified atomic model by K. Nalepka and R.B. Pcherski [2010].

35

1. Introductrion

the notion of material effort physical interpretation

The interaction energy changes for tetragonal deformation paths of Cu constrained in the interface Al2O3-Cu with use of the proposed atomic model. The comparison with the results known in the literature K. Nalepka [2012a], [2012b].

36

A measure of material effort is required to assess the distance of the considered state of stress from the postulated surface of limit states.

Yield surce of Inconel 718

limit state

An example of the yield surface considered in the paper: M. Nowak et al., EngineeringTransactions, 59, 273-281, [2011].

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A limit value of the given measure of material effort defines the limit state of the considered material. The limit state can be related limit state with the limit of linear elasticity,onset of yielding, failure etc.

(

The limit state is commonly related with the notion of the strength of material.

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Energy as a multilevel scalar quantity can be assumed as apropriate universal measure of the change of the strength of chemical bonds material effort. E. Beltrami [1885] the density of total elastic energy. M.T. Huber [1904] - the density of elastic energy of distortion. J.C. Maxwell [1936] - the density of elastic energy of distortion (in private letter to William Thomson (Lord Kelvin)[1856]).

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Decomposition of elastic energy density for isotropic solids derived by Stokes [1855] and Helmholtz [1907]:

f

distortion

v

volume change

1 ( 12G

(

1

1 2 ( 6E

2 ) 3

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Poisson ratio

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W. BURZYSKI: Study on Material Effort Hypotheses, Lww, 1928 (in Polish) ; English translation: Engineering Transactions, vol. 57, No. 3-4, 185-215, 2009.

Ueber die Anstrengungshypothesen, Schweizerische Bauzeitung, 94, 259-162,1929.

( p) 3p , p

=K

1 2 3

f v

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( , , K)

I. II . III .

T Y

I I I T Y

(

II

T Y

C Y

,

C Y

Y)

2 Y T Y

2 Y C Y

,

II

0, 0, 0,

III

III

0; ;

Huber Mises Hencky condition

C Y T Y

0,

Y

2 e

II

III

C Y

2 Y

3

2 e

T Y

2 Y

C Y

p 2 3(

2

II

)p )

2

T Y

C Y

1 ( 2

(

I

III

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T Y I

, 0,

II

0,

II

III

0;

III C Y

II . Uniaxial compression

I Y

0,

III

TT Y 1

0,

Y

II

1

TT Y 2 2 CCC Y

,

TTT Y

3 CC Y

0; ,

3 3 TTT Y CCC Y CC Y

1

0, ,

;

CCC Y

TTT Y 1

;

3

43

The Burzyski hypothesis expressed in the form of quadric in the principal stress space

T Y C Y

2 Y

(

T Y

)

2

1

C Y

C Y

2 Y

( (

1

T Y

T Y

C Y

T Y

0

,

C Y

The different relations between the parameters determine the separate limit conditions.

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Discussion of some special cases of Burzyskis quadric equivalent stress pressure p coordinates f

2 Y

T Y

C Y

2 f

12G

ellipse or circle

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trace of the half of a cylinder

Y

T Y

C Y

parabola

equivalent stress

pressure

coordinates

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trace of the half of a cone

2 3

T C Y Y T C Y Y

T C Y Y

3

Y

hyperbola

2 3

T C Y Y T C Y Y

equivalent stress

pressure

coordinates

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Y

T Y

C Y

e

T Y

C Y

Burzynski-Torre paraboloid

C

Y

Y Huber-Mises-Hencky cylinder

2 3

T C Y Y T C Y Y

SDE

T

Y ellipse

Burzynski-Drucker-Prager cone

m 3

C Y T Y

2 Y

T Y

C Y

G.Vadillo, J. Fernandez-Saez, R.B. Pcherski, Some application of Burzyski yield condition in metal plasticity, Material and Design, 2011

1

,

3 3

2 3

,

T Y

3

C Y

T Y

C Y

- hyperboloid of revolution of two sheets (one of sheets is considered) - cone of revolution of two sheets (one of sheets is considered only)

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T C Y Y T C Y Y

2 3

T C Y Y T C Y Y

An extension of Burzyski hypothesis of material effort accounting for the effect of Lode angle

R.B. Pcherski et al., Arch. Met. Mat. [2011] M. Nowak et al., Engineering Transactions, [2011]

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R.B. Pcherski et al., Arch. Met. Mat. [2011] M. Nowak et al., Engineering Transactions, [2011]

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R.B. Pcherski et al., Arch. Met. Mat. [2011] M. Nowak et al., Engineering Transactions, [2011]

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R.B. Pcherski et al., Arch. Met. Mat. [2011] M. Nowak et al., Engineering Transactions, [2011]

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Nalepka K., Symmetry-based approach to parametrization of embedded-atom-method interatomic potentials, Computational Materials Science, 56, 100-107, 2012. Nalepka K., Efficient approach to metal/metal oxide interfaces within variable charge model, European Physical Journal B, 85,1-12, 2012. K. Nalepka, R.B.Pcherski, Modelling of the interatomic interactions in the Copper crystal applied in the structure (111)Cu/(0001) Al2O3, Archives of Metallurgy and Materials, vol. 54, pp. 511-522, (2009). K. Nalepka and R.B. Pcherski, The Strength of the interfacial bond in the ceramic matrix composites Al2O3-Ni, Mechanics and Control, 29, pp. 132-137, (2010). R.B. Pcherski, P. Szeptyski, M. Nowak, An extension of Burzynski hypothesis of material effort accounting for the third invariant of stress tensor, Archives of Metallurgy and Materials, 56, 503-508, 2011. M. Nowak, J. Ostrowska-Maciejewska, R.B. Pcherski, P. Szeptyski, Yield criterion accounting for the third invariant of stress tensor deviator, Engineering Transactions, 59, 273-281, 2011.

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numerical approach examples of experimental verification

4. Identification methodolgy

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T. Fr, Z.L. Kowalewski, R.B. Pcherski, A. Rusinek, Applications of Burzyski failure criteria. Part I. Isotropic materials with asymmetry of elastic range, Engineering Transactions, 58, 3-13, 2010,

Fr, T., Nowak, Z., Perzyna, P., Pecherski, R.B. Identification of the model describing viscoplastic behaviour of high strength metals, Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering, 19, 17-30, 2011.

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Teresa Fr, (with use of MATHEMATICA), PhD thesis, [2013], Univ. Lorraine, Metz supervisors: R. Pecherski & A. Rusinek

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T Y

C Y

57

mild steel & copper historical data confirmation of Burzynski paraboloid criterion

Teresa Fr, (with use of MATHEMATICA), PhD thesis, [2013], Univ. Lorraine, Metz - supervisors: R. Pecherski & A. Rusinek

[1926]

3

[1935]

T Y

C Y

58

Teresa Fr, (with use of MATHEMATICA), PhD thesis, [2013], Univ. Lorraine, Metz, supervisors: R. Pecherski & A. Rusinek

T Y

C Y

59

The application of Burzyski yield condition for nano-materials (T. Fr et al. [2009])

The section of the Burzyski paraboloid yield condition

C.A. Schuh, A.C. Lund, Atomistic basis for the plastic yield criterion of metallic glass, Nature Materials, 2, 449-452, 2003.

Coulomb-Mohr condition

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Teresa Fr, (with use of MATHEMATICA), PhD thesis, [2013], Univ. Lorraine, Metz, supervisors: R. Pecherski & A. Rusinek

T Y

C Y

61

Y

T Y

C Y

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Burzyski yield paraboloid criterion for the metal matrix composite: 6061 +2Zr + 20 Al2O3

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Burzyski yield paraboloid criterion for the metal matrix composite: 75 Cr + 25 Al2O3

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Some criteria resulting from Burzyskis hypothesis in the space of principal axes

2 3

T C Y Y T C Y Y

The one sheet of circular hyperboloid can appear also a versatile possibility to approximate the experimental data.

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numerical approach examples of experimental verification

4. Identification methodolgy

G.Vadillo, J. Fernandez-Saez, R.B. Pcherski, Some application of Burzyski yield condition in metal plasticity, Material and Design, [2011].

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(

p e m, e, C Y

0

q m

G.Vadillo, J. Fernandez-Saez, R.B. Pcherski, Some application of Burzyski yield ocndition in metal plasticity, Material and Design, 2011

0

m

Newton- Raphson

t m t e

K 3G

p q

p C Y

Stiffness matrix:

K (1 KC11 )1 1 9 G (

2

2G 6

q t e

G2

t e

'

3KG

t e

C12

't

3KG

t e

C211 ' t

t 2 e

C22

' t

' t

The UMAT was programmed and implemented in Abaqus by Marcin Nowak, IPPT

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S. K. I y e r, C. J. L i s s e n d e n, Multiaxial constitutive model accounting for the strength-differential in Inconel 718, Int J Plast 19, 2055-2081 (2003).

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S. K. I y e r, C. J. L i s s e n d e n, Multiaxial constitutive model accounting for the strength-differential in Inconel 718, Int J Plast 19, 2055-2081 (2003).

Comparison of empirically proposed ellipsoidal yield surface with rotational paraboloid resulting from energy-based Burzyski hypothesis of material effort (R.B. Pcherski et al. Arch. Met. Mat. [2011]

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Experimental data of S. K. I y e r, C. J. L i s s e n d e n [2003]

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Experimental data of S. K. I y e r, C. J. L i s s e n d e n [2003]

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5. Identification methodolgy

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D. Rittel, S. Lee, G. Ravichandran, Exp. Mech. [2002]

Originally the idea of the applications of SCS was used for obtainning the stress-strain characteristics of metallic materials with symmetric elastic range under quasi-static and dynamic conditions.

Huber-Mises condition

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C Y

C Y

83

T Y

(M.Vural, A. Molinari, N. Bhattacharya, Analysis of slot orientation in shear-compression specimen (SCS), Exp. Mech., 2010)

Boundary conditiongs:

P

displacements

uy

x

0, u x

0

x

for y

y C

x B

sin( )

cos( )

for y

w

*

tractions

xy

w h

cos( )

yy

sin( )

0 for y

D

A

t ez

t ex

0 on ABCD

0 on BCC'B' and ADD'A'

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84

P

yy

y h

C x B

xy

zz

yy

2 : 3

3 S:S 2

eq

4 ( 3

3 (4 4

2 xy

2 yy

)

)

3 2 h

eq

2 xy

2 yy

85

0 xy 0

p

xy 0 0

xy

0 0 0

0 0 0

2 xy

xy

0

eq

p 0

3 (2 2

3 ' ' : 2

t

xy

86

Analytical results

eq

k 1 ( ) exp

1 k1 ( ) h

k2 ( )

p eq

P D t0

P

y x

eq

C B

*

k1 ( )

D

A

k2 ( )

3 2

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87

shear compression specimen (SCS)

w

h t

88

89

Experimental results

90

ABAQUS Standard (Marcin Nowak [2011])

Assumptions:

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eq

A B

eq

C 1 exp

D C

eq

A B C D

92

93

for 3

C Y

T Y

paraboloid of revolution

2 2 m

1 3 k 1 2

9 k 1

4k

2 eq

C Y

k

C Y T Y S

C Y T Y

1 :1 3

eq

3 ' ' ( : ) 2

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Identification of the strength differential factor k by means of FEM simulation of compression test

k

S

C Y T Y

1 3k

C Y

C Y

235.24MPa

k 1.15

S

126.64MPa

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Skad chemiczny:

Si 0.2 -0.8 Fe 3.5 - 0.7 Cu 0.4 - 4.5 Mn 0.4 -1.0 Mg < 1.0 Cr < 0.1 Zn < 0.25 Ti + Zr Al < 0.25

eq

A B(

p N eq

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Experimental results obtained in the lab of the Division of Applied Plasticity, IPPT

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p eq

1 k1 ( ) h

k 1 ( ) exp

Analytical results

Vural et al. (2010)

p eq

eq

eq

k2 ( )

p eq

P D go

p eq

0.85(1 0.2

P ) D go

k1 ( )

k2 ( )

3 2

98

99

2

27 J 3 3 2 eq

J3 p

q

1 Sij Sik S jk 3 1 kk 3

eq

100

101

= 45

102

Literature

W. BURZYSKI: Study on Material Effort Hypotheses, Lww, 1928 (in Polish) ; English translation: Engineering Transactions, vol. 57, No. 3-4, 185-215, 2009. D.Rittel, S. Lee, G. Ravichandran, A Shear-Compression Specimen for Large Strain Testing, Experimental Mechanics, 2002 M.Vural, A. Molinari, N. Bhattacharya, Analysis of Slot Orientation in Shear-Compression Specimen (SCS), Experimental Mechanics, 2010 G.Vadillo, J. Fernandez-Saez, R.B. Pcherski, Some application of Burzyski yield ocndition in metal plasticity, Material and Design, 2011

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1. Inntroduction experimental motivation

2. Phenomenological description of inelastic flow viscoplasticity theory accounting for micro-shear banding

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Outline

1. Shear banding:

- one of the mechanisms of plastic flow in metallic materials - the dominant mechanism of plastic deformation of ufg, nano-metals and glassy metals.

2. Phenomenological description. 3. Identification of the model for ufg and nanocrystalline Fe. 4. Concluding remarks.

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Shear banding

First observations of shear bands - F. Adcock, The internal mechanism of cold-work and recrystallization in Cupro-Nickel, J. Inst. Metals, 27, 1922. Description of shear banding as the mechanism competing with dislocation glide; shear banding contribution function - f SB R.B. Pecherski, Archives of Mechanics [1992], [1997]; Acta Mechanica [1998]; Technische Mechanik [1998]. Necessity of the description of shear banding contribution in deformation of ufg and nano-metals, hard deformable materials, amorphous materials (glassy metals), e.g.: L. Anand, C. Su, A theory for amorphous viscoplastic materials undergoing finite deformations, with application to metallic glasses, JMPS, 53, 1362-1396, 2005. Z. Nowak, P. Perzyna, R.B. Pecherski, Description of viscoplastic flow accounting for shear banding, Arch. Metall. Mat., 52, 2007.

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Physical motivation

SEM image revealing the deformation and fracture behaviour of the bulk glassy Co43Fe20Ta55B31.5 alloy rod with a diameter of 2 mm deformed up to a true strain of 0.021at 698K. Shear bands and shear deformation induced fracture are observed on the specimen surface.

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Physical motivation

An illumination-mode atomic force microscope image of a Berkovich indentation made in a Zr-based metallic glass, illustrating the formation of shear bands on the surface around the indent.

J-J. Kim, Y. Choi, S. Suresh and A.S. Argon, Science, 295, 654, 2002. C.A. Schuh and T.G. Nieh, J. Mater. Res.,19, 46-57, 2004.

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quasistatic

d = 980 nm

d = 980 nm

d = 268 nm

d = 268 nm

d = 268 nm

crystallographic slip shear banding Change in deformation mode of ultrafine grained consolidated iron under uniaxial compression: (a) uniform low-rate deformation with d = 980 nm; (b) non-uniform low-rate deformation with d = 268 nm and (c) non-uniform high-rate deformation with d = 268 nm (Jia, Ramesh and Ma [2003]) .

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Evolution and development of shear bands in 268 nm-Fe. Observations of shear bands at the same location at different nominal strain levels: (a) 3.7%; (b) 7.8%. Loading axis is vertical. Note the development of new shear bands, the broadening of existing shear bands, and the propagation of a shear band tip (Jia, Ramesh and Ma [2003]).

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Experimental results of Jia, Ramesh and Ma, Acta Materialia, 51 (2003)

f SB - shear banding

contribution function

Z. Nowak, P. Perzyna R.B. Pecherski, Archives of Metallurgy and Materials 52, 2007 free pdf available on the Journal website.

Typical stress-strain curves obtained for the consolidated iron under quasistatic and high-strain-rate uniaxial compression.

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Homogeneous deformation by the crystallographic slip replaced by heterogeneous and localized one produced by micro-shear bands leads to significant reduction of global hardening rate. This phenomena may be enhanced and stabilized by the subsequent (e.g. cyclic) changes of the strain path during the deformation process KOBO method The controlled cyclic strain path changes enable also the refinement of the material microstructure.

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CSB

Micro-shear band - long and very thin (ca. 0.1 m ) sheet-like region of concentrated and intensive plastic shear crossing grain boundaries without deviation Particular MSB operates only once and develops fully in very short time

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Position of shear bands depends on the scheme of loading during deformation. In rolled sheet - inclined by Traces of the clusters about 35o to the of MSB rolling plane and orthogonal to the specimen lateral face

[A. Korbel and W. Bochniak, 2004]

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msb micro-shear bands

CSB CSB coarse slip band

msb

Trace of msb cluster

msb clusters

shear bands

[Dziado, 1993] (The micrograph provided by A. Korbel)

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Literature

1. R.B. Pcherski, Modelling of large plastic deformations based on the mechanism of micro-shear banding. Physical foundations and theoretical description, Arch. Mech. (1992). R.B. Pcherski, Macroscopic measure of the rate of deformation produced by micro-shear banding, Arch. Mech. (1997). R.B. Pcherski, Macroscopic effects of micro-shear banding in plasticity of metals, Acta Mechanica (1998)

2.

3.

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Schematic illustration of multi-level hierarchy of micro-shear bands:

a) polycrystalline RVE with the increasing zone of shear banding, b) cluster of active micro-shear bands,

c) a single micro-shear band (comp. of CSB) R.B. Pcherski, Macroscopic measure of the rate of deformation produced by micro-shear banding, Arch. Mech. [1997]

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118

R.B. Pcherski, Macroscopic effects of micro-shear banding in plasticity of metals, Acta Mechanica (1998)

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R.B. Pcherski, Arch. Mech. 49, (1997)

Dp

p DS

p DSB

p DS rate of plastic deformation by slip p DSB rate of plastic deformation by shear banding

d f SB

D p , d SB d SB d

S

p DSB

2d

f SB

s

(1

f SB )

f SB

SB

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Contribution function of shear banding identification with use of the channel-die test

f MS

FMS ( )

fo (a b 1 e

33

1. R.B. Pcherski, Continuum mechanics description of plastic flow produced by micro-shear bands, Technische Mechanik 1998 2. Z. Nowak, R.B. Pcherski, Plastic strain in metals ... II. Numerical identification and verification of plastic flow law, Arch. Mech. 2002

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Account for the change of deformation path (Lode angle ) K. Kowalczyk Gajewska, R.B. Pcherski (2005)

(

p

(1

cos( )) D Dp

p

cos( )

6 3 det 2

f MS 1 e

fo (a b ( ))

122

Plane strain compression (experimental data: Anand et al.) numerical simulations: K. Kowalczyk-Gajewska&R.B.Pcherski [2009]

123

Simple compression (experimental data: Anand et al.) numerical simulations: K. Kowalczyk-Gajewska&R.B.Pcherski [2009]

124

Simple shear (experimental data: Anand et al.) numerical simulations: K. Kowalczyk-Gajewska&R.B.Pcherski [2009]

125

Vs

Viscoplastic flow law accounting for shear banding in application for ufg metals

(Z. Nowak, P. Perzyna, R.B. Pecherski, Arch. Metall. Materials, 2007)

Inst. contr. of shear banding

SB

V

SB

Vs VSB

Volume fraction of shear banding

f SB

f SB

V SB V

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assumption - no hardening

P P k k k

Ps

SB V

k V , Ps k s (1 k s (1

k SB f

V SB

SB SB

f SB )(1

f , 0

VSB V

f SB )(1

f SVB )

for k SB

f SB <1

127

(1 f SB ) 0 S, F k 1 f SB <1, f SB

SB

f SB

S

Perzyna model

by dislocation controlled slip

(1 f SB ) ks F () K

p

F 1 V ks (1 f SB )(1 f SB ) , , ,

p t 0

- excess stress

1 2

2 p D D p dt 3

2 m

2 e

1 3( 1) 2

9( 1) 2

- viscosity parameter

C Y T Y

SDE

128

F ()

1 3( 2

1)

9(

1)

2 m

2 e

T Y

D

p 3 2

:' H

F

1

3 2

1 2H

1 9(

( 1)2

1) tr

2 m

4

2 3

2 e

tr

p p

e p

p dt

D : D dt

129

G ,

G

T Y

G ( ) F

1 3( 1) 2

=

9( 1)2

2 m

2 e

130

G ,

G

T Y

G G

G( ) F

0

(1 f SB ) ktr = K tr A 1,

p

, ,

[ 0 , ),

T Y

V 3k s (1 f SB )(1 f SB )

1 3( = 1) 2

9( 1)2

2 m

2 e

131

Dynamic compression

vp

f SB

132

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Concluding remarks

1. The novelty of presented approach consists in derivation of energy-based hypothesis of material effort well-founded on the multiscale analysis of deformation processes and assuming a measure of material effort as a definite part of elastic energy density on macroscopic level of continuous body related with critical strain processes. Studying the literature of the subject one can observe that the yield or failure criteria, which are obtained in the rigorous way from the energybased material effort hypothesis proposed originally by (Burzyski, 1928) were later rediscovered again and again for different ranges of empirical parameters independently by many researchers (R. Pecherski, Engng. Trans. 2008). Recent studies show that an adequate prediction of dynamic fracture processes should account for physical mechanisms activated on different levels of observation. In particular, the multiscale mechanism of shear banding plays pivotal role in the evolution of ductile fracture.

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