Phenomenological Mechanism of Transformation Plasticity and the Constitutive Law Coupled with Thermo-Mechanical Plasticity
Phenomenological mechanism of transformation plasticity is proposed in the first part of the paper by use of simple model why stress in mother phase increases to reach yielding due to progressing new phase and to induce plastic deformation even under small applied stress. Based on the discussion, a unified constitutive model including transformation-induced and ordinal thermomechanical plastic strain rates by introducing an effect of varying phases during phase transformation into yield function. Thus derived constitutive equation is applied to describe strain response under varying temperature and stress with some discussions as well as metallo-thermo-mechanical simulation of quenching.
Wei Yang, Mamtimin Geni, Tiejun Wang and Zhuo Zhuang
T. Inoue, "Phenomenological Mechanism of Transformation Plasticity and the Constitutive Law Coupled with Thermo-Mechanical Plasticity", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 33-37, pp. 1351-1358, 2008