Papers by Keyword: Deformation Behavior

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Authors: Wei Chao Chen, Wei Jun Yang, Tong Wang
Abstract: With cyclic quasi-static tests, the strength and deformation behaviors of five shale ceramsite concrete shear walls specimens were studied, the effect of height-width ratios and reinforcement ratios of shear walls were considered. The failure feature, strength, deformation behaviors of shale ceramsite concrete shear walls were analyzed after the test. Analytical result indicates that, the shale ceramsite concrete shear walls have good strength and deformation behavior and it can meet the requirements of the structure seismic. The calculation formula of resistance moment and the relationship between curvature ductility ratio and displacement ductility ratio were established for shale ceramsite concrete shear walls and the calculate results were compared with test results.
Authors: Li Wu, Qing Jun Zuo, Li Shi, Zhong Le Lu
Abstract: According to geological investigation and monitoring results, this paper analyzed the reasons for large deformation in Baozhen Tunnel, discussed the deformation characteristics and presented the corresponding supporting measures.
Authors: Vil D. Sitdikov, Roza G. Chembarisova, Igor V. Alexandrov
Abstract: In the investigation the 3D version of the Estrin-Tóth dislocation model was used to analyze deformation behaviour of pure Cu, subjected to high pressure torsion (HPT) under pressures equal to 0.8, 2, 5, 8 GPa. As a result of the computer simulation, the nature and reasons for strain hardening are analyzed, the dislocation density evolution versus degree of SPD and graincell size versus degree of SPD curves were plotted. It is shown that the model adequately reflects the acting deformation mechanisms and structural changes during HPT at different applied pressures. It has been stated that an increase of the applied pressure at HPT leads to an increase in the activity of dislocation sources and sinks in the grain-cell walls. Misorientations between boundaries are estimated. It is revealed that an increase of the applied pressure contributes to a growth of the misorientation angles between neighbouring grain-cells.
Authors: Kazuki Mori, Nagatoshi Okabe, Xia Zhu, Tadashi Iura
Abstract: . A novel processing method was proposed to enlarge a partial diameter in the middle of a round bar with an experimental size of 10mm in diameter. To confirm that the processing method is applicable also to shaft with a practical size of 25mm-60mm in diameter for general industrial machine, a large-scale processing machine was developed. Deformation behavior of diameter in a processed part during processing process was made to an expression. The several influences, such as bending angle θ, axial-compressive stress σc, diameters D0, rotation number N of shaft and curvature radius ρ, on the increase behavior of diameter were estimated quantitatively.
Authors: Jiong Liang, Mei Xin Ye
Abstract: Taking Jinan Yellow River Bridge as an example, using 3D finite element method, displacement and behavior of four-line high-speed railway bridge with two main trusses, K-shaped brace and middle suspender is studied. The results show that transversal wave of displacement of floor system is significant, and the difference of the displacement in transversal direction reaches 6 mm. The causes includes: large distance between two main trusses, large stiffness of stringers, longitudinal stiffeners and crossbeams, weak transversal stiffeners which do not connect to lower chords. About 90% of the loads are transferred to the crossbeam through path 1 and about 60% to 80% of these loads through K-shaped braces. Less than 10% of the loads transferred to lower chords through path 2.
Authors: Yan Li, Xiao Hong Chen, Ping Liu, Lin Hua Gao, Bao Hong Tian
Abstract: The behavior of plastic deformation of Cu-15Cr-0.1Zr in-situ composite under different degree of cold drawing deformation was analyzed by using scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). The results show that both Cu and Cr phases are elongated along cold drawn direction and appear a fibrous morphology; However, Cu phase shows a thread-like fibrous morphology and Cr phase shows a band-like fibrous morphology. The two phases have a coherent relationship of (111)Cu //(011)Cr; When the degree of deformation(ε)is equal to 6.43, the relationship shows// [111]Cu // [110]Cr //cold drawn direction. Furthermore, forming two different morphologies of Cu and Cr phases during cold drawing is also analyzed.
Authors: Yasuo Yamada, Takumi Banno, Zhen Kai Xie, Cui E Wen
Abstract: The mechanical properties of a closed-cell aluminium foam were investigated by compressive tests, and the deformation behaviours of the aluminium foams were studied using Xray microtomography. The results indicate that the deformation of the aluminium foams under compressive loading was localized in narrow continuous deformation bands having widths of order of a cell diameter. The cells in the deformation bands collapsed by a mixed deformation mechanism, which includes mainly bending and minor buckling and yielding. Different fractions of the three deformation modes led to variations in the peak stress and energy absorption for different foam samples with the same density. It was also found that the cell morphology affects the deformation mechanism significantly, whilst the cell size shows little influence.
Authors: M.F. Adziman, S. Deshpande, Masaki Omiya, Hirotsugu Inoue, Kikuo Kishimoto
Abstract: The stochastic nature of aluminum foam structure, having a random distribution of voids, makes it difficult to model its compressive deformation behavior accurately. In this paper, a 2-dimensional simplified modeling approach is introduced to analyze the compressive deformation behavior that occurs in Alporas aluminum foam (Al foam). This has been achieved using image analysis on real undeformed aluminum foam images obtained by VHX-100 digital microscope. Finite element mesh for the cross sectional model is generated with Object Oriented Finite element (OOF) method combined with ABAQUS structural analysis. It is expected that OOF modeling enable prediction of the origin of failure in terms of localized deformation with respect to the microstructural details. Furthermore, strain concentration sites leading to the evolution of the deformation band can be visualized. Thus, this investigation addresses the local inhomogeneity in the Al foam structure. This study implies that the OOF modeling approach combined with experimental observations can provide better insight into the understanding of aluminum foam compressive deformation behavior.
Authors: Jeoung Han Kim, Jong Taek Yeom, Nho Kwang Park, Chong Soo Lee
Abstract: The high-temperature deformation behavior of the single-phase α (Ti-7.0Al-1.5V) and α + β (Ti-6Al-4V) alloy were determined and compared within the framework of self-consistent scheme at various temperature ranges. For this purpose, isothermal hot compression tests were conducted at temperatures between 650°C ~ 950°C to determine the effect of α/β phase volume fraction on average flow stress under hot-working condition. The flow behavior of α phase was estimated from the compression test results of single-phase α alloy whose chemical composition is close to that of α phase of Ti-6Al-4V alloy. On the other hand, the flow stress of β phase in Ti-6Al-4V was predicted by using self-consistent method. The flow stress of α phase was higher than that of β phase above 750°C, while the β phase revealed higher flow stress than α phase at 650°C. Also, at temperature above 750°C, the predicted strain rate of β phase was higher than that of α phase. It was found that the relative strength between α and β phase significantly varied with temperature.
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