Predictions of Scratch Characters for Engineering Material by Using FEM and Abductive Network

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Scratch test is mainly used to study mechanical properties of materials near their surface. This study applies the finite element method (FEM) in conjunction with an abductive network to predict the scratch character such as rear contact angle, shape ratio and hardness for strain hardening bulk material of scratch process. To verify the prediction of FEM simulation of scratch process, the experimental data are compared with the results of current simulation. A finite element analysis is also utilized to investigate the material properties on side view contour, rear contact angle, hardness and shape ratio. Additionally, the abductive network was applied to synthesize the data sets obtained from the numerical simulation. The prediction models are then established for the rear contact angle, hardness and shape ratio of nanoscratch process under a suitable range of material parameters.

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Amanda Wu

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659-664

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T. S. Yang et al., "Predictions of Scratch Characters for Engineering Material by Using FEM and Abductive Network", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 232, pp. 659-664, 2012

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November 2012

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