Advances in Engineering Plasticity and its Application XIII

Volume 725

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.725

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Authors: Frédéric Barlat, Youngung Jeong, Jin Jin Ha, Carlos Tomé, Myoung Gyu Lee, Wei Wen

Abstract: A succinct description of advanced constitutive models for applications to forming process simulations is provided. These models are...

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Authors: Pavel Hora, Bekim Berisha, Maysam Gorji, Holger Hippke

Abstract: The industrial necking prediction in sheet metal forming is still based on the Forming Limit Diagram (FLD) as initially proposed by Keeler....

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Authors: Lakhdar Taleb, Clément Keller

Abstract: In this work our goal is to better understand the origin of the cyclic accumulation of the inelastic strain (often called ratcheting)...

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Authors: Mitsutoshi Kuroda

Abstract: In this paper, strain gradient plasticity theory is extended to include the corner-like effect that is inherent in crystal plasticity. The...

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Authors: Xian He Du, Ying Hua Liu

Abstract: In order to evaluate the safety and integrity of piping with local wall-thinning at elevated temperature, a numerical method for plastic...

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Authors: Tian Ye, Bu Shen Zhang, Jie Jian Liu, Tao Suo

Abstract: In this paper, the mechanical properties of electron beam welding TC4 titanium alloy in different regions of the welded joint were studied...

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Authors: Asuka Hayashi, Takeshi Iwamoto

Abstract: TRIP steel possesses high strength and excellent ductility. In addition, it is possible that TRIP steel indicates high energy absorption so...

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Authors: Hang Thi Pham, Takeshi Iwamoto

Abstract: It is considered that fracture toughness of TRIP steel can be evaluated by means of the small punch (SP) test. However, a mechanism of...

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Authors: Bo Cao, Yutaro Moriyama, Kazuki Fujita, Takeshi Iwamoto

Abstract: Fe-based shape memory alloy (Fe-SMA) shows the smaller shape memory effect (SME) compared with the widely-used NiTi alloy. However, because...

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