A Numerical Study of the Effect of the Berkovich Indenter Orientation on the Elastic Response of Anisotropic Material

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The effect of the grain orientation of the stainless steel AISI 304 and the effect of the indenter orientation on the indentation moduli was numerically studied by means of the finite element method. The contact areas were evaluated numerically and the indentation moduli was determined according to the Oliver-Pharr method. As a result, the crystallographic orientations in which the indenter orientation plays the most important role were identified. However, the observed indentation moduli variation is within the scatter of the experimental data in practical applications.

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Petr Haušild

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65-68

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A. Materna and P. Haušild, "A Numerical Study of the Effect of the Berkovich Indenter Orientation on the Elastic Response of Anisotropic Material", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 606, pp. 65-68, 2014

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