The Improved Johnson-Cook’s Strength Model Taking Account of the Rate-Dependent Micro-Damage Evolution for C30 Concrete
The dynamic mechanical behavior of C30 concrete under a wide range of strain rates from 10-4s-1 up to 102s-1 is studied. According to Johnson-Cook’s strength model, the strain rate coefficients and related material constants of C30 concrete subjected to large strains, high strain rates and high pressures are determined experimentally: C=0.34*10-1, A=1.05, B=1.65, N=0.76, TC =3.162MPa, fc’=39.2MPa. The damage evolution for C30 concrete is a rate-dependent process, which can be formulated to a rate-dependent damage evolution law in a simple form for engineering application. When ε > ε th, ( ) 1 D th D = K ε&α − ε −ε . The corresponding dynamic coefficients of C30 concrete are also obtained from impact experimental results: KD=530.2, a=0.83. Due to a<1, the damage evolution corresponds to an impact toughening process that coincide well with the dynamic experimental results for C30 concrete.
Soon-Bok Lee and Yun-Jae Kim
S. C. Shih et al., "The Improved Johnson-Cook’s Strength Model Taking Account of the Rate-Dependent Micro-Damage Evolution for C30 Concrete", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 326-328, pp. 1101-1104, 2006