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Analysis of large, non-isothermal elastic-visco-plastic deformations
1984 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||R. Riff, R.L. Carlson, and G.J. Simitses.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-176220.|
|Contributions||Carlson, R. L., Simitses, George J., 1932-, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Mar 21, · When you first place a body in tension, it will deform elastically. It will expand along the tensile axis - which I’ll take to be the z axis - by a strain [math]\epsilon_z[/math]. However, the body will also contract along perpendicular axes. The. in which the plastic deformations are governed by stress ratios rather than by the magnitudes of certain yield stresses. Houlsby & Puzrin () generalised some aspects of this work to non-isothermal conditions, and in a series of papers have developed a family of sophisticated models, based on. A method is developed for examination of the diffusion processes in high alloyed Cr- Ni and Cr – Mh steels in non-isothermal conditions and there are found out the coefficients of nitrogen diffusion in the temperature range – degrees for Cr- Ni and Cr -Mh steels. The obtained dependences, kinematic relations, a constitutive equation, and a heat-conduction equation that satisfy the principles of thermodynamics and objectivity are used to construct a model of thermo-elastic-inelastic processes in the presence of finite deformations and structural changes in the material.
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Get this from a library. Analysis of large, non-isothermal elastic-visco-plastic deformations. [R Riff; R L Carlson; George J Simitses; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. The development of a general mathematical model and solutions of test problems to analyze large nonisothermal elasto-visco-plastic deformatisms of structures is discussed.
Geometric and material type nonlinearities of higher order are present in the development of the mathematical model and in the developed solution methodologyAuthor: R.
Riff, R. Carlson and G. Simitses. Starting with the equations of balance of energy and the Clausius-Duhem inequality the non-isothermal behavior of elastic-plastic materials without and with viscous properties is described. All quantities in the equations of balance of energy and in the Clausius-Duhem inequality are expanded in blackpoolhoteluk.com by: 2.
An Elasto-plastic Model for Non-Isothermal Analysis of Flow and Deformation in Unsaturated Porous Media Formulation Article in International Journal of Solids and Structures 38(46) Lehmann T.
() General Frame for the Definition of Constitutive Laws for Large Non-Isothermic Elastic-Plastic and Elastic-Visco-Plastic Deformations. In: Lehmann T. (eds) The Constitutive Law in Thermoplasticity. CISM International Centre for Mechanical Sciences (Courses and Lectures), vol Springer, ViennaCited by: Analysis of large The problem of description of large inelastic deformations of solids is considered.
The analysis of the experimental results shows that both of the studied steels undergo an initial hardening. Abstract. The paper presents aspects of non-isothermal elastoplastic analysis of shells at large strains.
The two main topics are the construction of a new 8-node brick-type finite shell element for coupled thermomechanical analysis and the setup of a constitutive framework of large-strain thermo-elasto-plasticity in shells based on the notion of a plastic blackpoolhoteluk.com: C.
Miehe, S. Schley. The problem of appropriate numerical representation of a singularity may be addressed in at least three different ways. One of the possibilities is to build into the solution ansatz, the known function O (r 2 / 3).Such a method (extended FEM) has been proposed for modeling non-isothermal elastic-visco-plastic deformations book cracks growth in and is based on the local partition of unity blackpoolhoteluk.com needs special modifications of the blackpoolhoteluk.com by: They identify four stiffness terms, which are named small strain stiffness, initial load stiffness, initial strain stiffness and initial stress stiffness.
In elastic-plastic analysis, all of these must be calculated for each increment of deformation and the last three have a complicated form. By introducing the displacement vector u and we write the equation (1) in the equivalent form: x = x+n (x,t).
(2) Order to describe the geometric transformations associated with these large strains, we introduce the deformation gradient tensor F defined by: International Journal of Material Science Vol. Jan 01, · An incremental modelling and numerical solution of the contact problem between movable elastic or rigid tool and elastic/visco-plastic bodies developed in [ is adopted to the numerical simulation of thread rolling process for the case of rigid tool (threading head) and elastic/visco-plastic body (pipe Cited by: Abstract The equations of motion, boundary conditions and stress-strain relations for a highly elastic material can be expressed in terms of the stored-energy function.
Simple and economical procedures for large-deformation elasto-plastic analysis of frames, whose members can be characterized as beams, are presented. An assumed stress approach is employed to derive the tangent stiffness of the beam, subjected in general to non-conservative. Mar 06, · Elastoplasticity beyond small deformations Kinematical and physical foundations underlying the basic variables, and the essential constitutive structures implied by the work postulate are examined and discussed, pro and con, from an integrated viewpoint based on certain coherent threads running through various formulations.
Large deformations and rotations •We must use a mathematical description that does not suffer from restriction to small strains • Require a formulation that is valid for arbitrarily large deformations and rotations The vector displacement: u = x ─X Assume it is a continuum: the new position x is a smooth function of the old position X.
NON-ISOTHERMAL ELASTOVISCOPLASTIC ANALYSIS OF PLANAR CURVED BEAMS' G. Simitses" R. Carlson** and R. Riff* Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, Georgia The paper focuses on the development of a general mathematical model and solution methodologies, to examine the behavior of thin structural elements such as beams, rings, and arches, subjected to large.
Moallemi Modeling of crack propagation in non-isothermal saturated porous media using XFEM H. Saffar Thermo-mechanical modeling of contact–impact bodies in large deformations with the Taylor–Galerkin method P. Ghahremani A temperature-dependent hierarchical multi-scale method in modeling of surface.
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The text presents a phenomenological description of blackpoolhoteluk.com Edition: 1. Aug 30, · On the coupling of large deformations and elastic-plasticity in the mechanics of a simple system. Stability of a Quasi-Static Evolution of a Visco-Elastic, Visco-Plastic or Elastic-Plastic Solid.
Incremental plastic analysis in the presence of large displacements and physical instabilizing blackpoolhoteluk.com by: Back extrusion forging is a complex metal forming operation dominated by large-strain, non-isothermal deformation.
NIKE2D, a fully vectorized implicit finite-element program developed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, was applied to a two-stage isothermal back extrusion forging process.
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International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 66 On a dynamic contact problem for elastic-visco-plastic materials. Applied Numerical Mathematics Cited by: Yet, if the deformations of the structure are large, the velocity and pressure fields of the fluid will change as a result, and we need to treat the problem as a bidirectionally coupled multiphysics analysis: The fluid flow and pressure fields affect the structural deformations, and the structural deformations affect the flow and pressure.
E imposed on a given finite elastic strain B as B = B +. E, one can obtain instead of the strong ellipticity condition (1 S), a condition of thermodynamic stability: =o = =o. Although the tensor Agmn is still defined by (19), the condition of stability is different from that which is shown in (18).
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It was found that the reverse analysis procedure was efficient and the uniqueness of the reverse extraction can be checked. It was also found at least two visco-elastic timescales were required to capture the long-time visco-deformations of polymeric materials. To capture the irreversible deformations of polymers in sharp indentations, a visco.
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The reason for this is the necessity. large-scale deformation of the crust and mantle. • Viscoplastic can be used to describe lava flows. • Viscoelastic models are used in large-scale modeling of the crust where the elastic deformation describes the short-term response to stress and the viscous part describes the long term response.
• General linear behavior describes. The following study investigates the deformation behavior and acoustic emission in aluminum-magnesium alloy under conditions of non-isothermal thermo-mechanical loading. The accumulation of deformation in the alloy, in conditions of change from room temperature to °C, occurs in two temperature intervals (I, II), characterized by different rates of deformation.
Deformation is a change in the shape of an object brought on by force or temperature. This ScienceStruck post tells you the difference between plastic and elastic deformation. Acknowledged for provision of three first chapters of a book titled XFEM: the theory and applications, which is a text book provided by A.
Khoei for John Wiley publications (final revisions before publication). Research Experiences 1. XFEM analysis of Saturated Porous Media o Crack propagation in porous media o Hydraulic fracturing.
Oct 16, · Finite Element Methods for Analyzing Thermal Deformation of Large Plastic Components In order to reduce the total vehicle development lead-time, one of the above authors has developed an analytical technology to quantitatively predict the thermal deformation of plastic components by taking into account the creep blackpoolhoteluk.com by: 3.
Jun 13, · Elastic deformation will return to its original shape. Plastic deformation is when you alter the original form. To understand more on this subject you might investigate failure analysis literature. Lots of good stuff there ratchet marks, beach marks, reverse bending etc.
Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) is a physical characterization method used to study thermal behavior of neat polymers, copolymers, polymer blends and composites. Generally, the non-isothermal DSC is used for the identification of neat basic polymers Cited by: Get this from a library.
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