Advances in Engineering Plasticity and its Applications by T. Abe, T. Tsuta

By T. Abe, T. Tsuta

AEPA '96 offers a discussion board for dialogue on present advancements in plasticity. An emphasis is put on the shut interplay of the theories from macroplasticity, mesoplasticity and microplasticity including their purposes in a variety of engineering disciplines resembling stable mechanics, steel forming, structural research, geo-mechanics and micromechanics. those lawsuits contain over a hundred and forty papers from the convention together with case reviews exhibiting functions of plasticity in inter-disciplinary or nonconventional parts.

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27 Proceedings ofAEPA '96 # Δ (ooi)[no] (100)[0 9 3 3 4 ] | | (100)[0 9 3 3 4 ] A(112)[llï] O (100)[0 4 1] Δ(112)[Π1] Δ (100)[0 4 1] Fig. 8(111) pole figure of an aluminum single crystal with initial orientation (001)[110] after 70% reduction by channel-die compression. Fig. 9 (111) pole figure showing measured (contours) and calculated ( · , ■ ) recrystallization textures. ( Ο , Δ : indexed by Butler et al (1991). and (ili)[110] with rotation angle about [110] from the (001)[110] orientation to the (112)[lli] orientation calculated using the Taylor-Bishop-Hill theory are shown in Fig.

They (1992) used short time laboratory data to predict long time creep and creep rupture behavior. By using a modified power law equation,the short time high temperature test results was used to predict the creep response of lower temperature and stress level, combined with a strain energy criterion to predict creep rupture. ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS, to which I shall only mention Woo(1994) who dealt with moisturetemperature equivalency in creep analysis which is established with the aid of a polymer-diluent miscibility theory; and Wetzig etal (1994) who had investigated the behavior of carbon materials under thermal load in nuclear reactors by simulating with laser-pulse irradiation in a scanning electron microscope.

He suggested that the ageing kinetics hardly depends on the type of polymer and the typical difference with range I is that in range II there is little effect of chemical structure with a large effect of age. Struik (1989) extended his approach in predicting long term creep from short time tests for glassy polymer(Struik,1978) to semi-crystalline polymers. a lh test at a tQ of 100h). The ageing during the test can be neglected and we obtain the so-called momentary or short time properties. In a long term test, the testing time t becomes much longer than the / e at the beginning of the test.

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