Papers by Keyword: Elasto-Plastic Analysis

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Authors: Rajesh Kumar, Indra Vir Singh, B.K. Mishra, R. Cardoso, J.W. Yoon
Abstract: In this paper, element free Galerkin method (EFGM) has been applied to solve nonlinear solid mechanics problems using updated Lagrangian approach. The nonlinear equations have been solved using Newton Raphson method. An associative J2 flow rule and isotropic hardening has been used for the modelling of elasto-plastic material behaviour. Elastic predictor and plastic corrector algorithm has been used for the integration of incremental stress-strain relation. Few test problems involving large deformations have been simulated and the results obtained by EFGM have been compared with those obtained by FEM.
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Authors: Byeong Choon Goo, Sung Yong Yang, Dong Young Lee
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Authors: Y.Y. Zhou, W. Shen, F.H. Zhao, Guo Zhong Dai
Abstract: Since the Wenchuan earthquake in 2008, the earthquake-resistant consideration in structure design is highlighted in the Chinese code. This paper introduces a dynamic elasto-plastic method in structure modeling using ABAQUS finite element analysis. In the first stage, structural models are transferred into ABAQUS INP files. Then the user subroutines are given to describe the elastic and plastic behaviors of both concrete and steel materials. Finally, the models are analyzed in an ABAQUS implicit or explicit analysis. The result can suggest the weakness of the building and provide advisement in reinforcing the structure.
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Authors: You Min Huang, Tsung Chia Chen
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Authors: Hong Gun Kim
Abstract: An elastopalstic analysis of the micromechanical approach is performed to investigate the stress transfer mechanism in a short fiber reinforced composites. The model is based on the New Shear Lag Theory (NSLT) which was developed by considering the stress concentration effects that exist in the matrix region near fiber ends. The unit cell model is selected as the Representative Volume Element (RVE) for the investigation of longitudinal elastoplastic behavior in discontinuous composites. Thus far, it is focused on the detailed description to predict fiber stresses in case of the behavior of elastoplastic matrix as well as elastic matrix. Slip mechanisms between fiber and matrix which normally take place at the interface are considered for the accurate prediction of fiber stresses. Consequently, onset of Slip points is determined analytically and it showed a moving direction to the fiber center region from the fiber tip as the applied load increases. It is found that the proposed model gives the more reasonable prediction compared with the results of the conventional model (SLT).
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Authors: Akihide Saimoto, T. Ino, Y. Imai
Abstract: The occurrence of small scale plasticity can be modeled physically by force doublets embedded in an elastic medium and therefore the plasticity problem can be treated by the superposition of elastic solutions. This idea for the treatment of an inelastic strain is reviewed and generalized to develop a versatile program for two-dimensional elastic-plastic problems based on Body Force Method. In the present study, a treatment of an elastic-perfect plastic body is discussed in detail. The increment of the density of force doublets, which has one to one correspondence to the increment of plastic strain, can be determined from Prandtl-Reuss equation. It was also found the Delaunay triangulation is useful and convenient for the automated elastic-plastic analysis.
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Authors: Shui Lin Wang, Yu Yong Jiao, Haibin Xiao, Chun Guang Li
Abstract: There are several different yield surfaces of Drucker-Prager yield criterion which corresponds to Mohr-Coulomb yield criterion in principal stress space. The different yield surfaces are determined by parameters in Drucker-Prager criterion. The influence of the different parameters on computational results is discussed in the paper, and the use of the equivalent Drucker-Prager criterion to Mohr-Coulomb criterion is suggested when elastoplastic analysis is performed in engineering problems.
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Authors: Tao Yu, Wei Yang, Li Qiang Tang
Abstract: In this paper, the mechanical properties of ice, which are affected by the existence of cavities and the different tensile-compression strength ratio, are analyzed in micromechanics view. Then the constitutive equation is established, and the distribution of stress field caused by the ice-structure interaction is constructed with the constitutive equation. Finally, the ultimate bearing capacity of ice is also discussed with different values of pressure sensitivity parameter and the tension-compression ratio. Thus, this paper provides the theoretical reference for offshore platforms design.
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Authors: Zhong Rong Niu, Naman Recho, Zhi Yong Yang, Chang Zheng Cheng
Abstract: Extensive studies have been carried out to deal with the stress singularity of V-notch problems in linear elasticity theory. In fact, the plastic deformation consequentially arises in the notch tip region because of the high stress concentration. The solution of linear elasticity is not adequate to explain the fracture failure of V-notch structures. Because of the difficulties of the nonlinear analysis and the singularity behavior, few results are given for the plastic stress singularities of general V-notch structures. In this paper, the plane V-notch structures in a power law hardening materials are considered. The Von Mises yield criterion and the plasticity total theory are adopted when the materials arise in plastic status. Similar to methods used in the elastic analysis, the plastic stress field near V-notch tips is assumed as an asymptotic expansion with respect to the radial coordinate originating from the notch tip. The governing equations of plastic behavior of plane V-notch are transformed to eigenvalue problems of nonlinear ordinary differential equations (ODEs) contained by the stress singularity order and the associated eigenfunctions. Consequently all of the stress singularities who are less than zero and the associated eigenvectors are accurately determined for the plane V-notches with arbitrary opening angle.
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