Papers by Keyword: Phenomenological Model

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Authors: Min Yang
Abstract: Based on phenomenological method, the paper carried out experimental study for a kind of typical bolted joint structure, three kinds of testing specimens was designed, from the test result, the phenomenological model was obtained and the nonlinear mechanics behavior was comprehended, at last, the phenomenological model was verified experimental and numerical
Authors: Sundararajan Rajkumar, G. Sudarshan
Abstract: Increase in engine speed increases the in-cylinder turbulence and hence the rate of mixing. However, it is difficult to directly measure the mixing rate and relating its effect on emissions. Hence, in this paper, the comparison of mixing rate at different engine speeds are demonstrated with a multi-zone phenomenological model which has been developed and validated on a wide range of engine operating conditions. The mixing rate is evaluated using a standard quasi-dimensional k-ε formulation. The quantitative predictions of mixing rates at different engine speed substantiate the cause of soot emission reduction at higher engine speed.
Authors: Cristian Dudescu, Adrian Botean, Mihail Hărdău, Nicolaie Bal
Abstract: This paper presents measurement of tensile proprieties of thermoplastics by digital image correlation method. The objectives are to characterize based on experimental data the pre-and post-yield regime of polyvinylchloride (PVC) under uniaxial tension and to investigate the rate-dependent large deformation behaviour over crosshead speeds of 1, 5 and 25 mm/min respectively. The true strain-stress curves of PVC tested with different loading speeds are experimentally obtained and based on these a phenomenological constitutive model is implemented. The theoretical material model considers the variation of strain rates due to the inhomogeneous deformation behaviour of thermoplastic polymer and includes six parameters (material constants) to be identified according to the experimental results. It can be found that the effect of the strain rate on the true stress strain curves is small for lower strain rates but cannot be ignored for higher strain rate.
Authors: S.S. Bhattacharya, K.A. Padmanabhan
Authors: A.V. Grushko, V.V. Kukhar, Yu.O. Slobodyanyuk
Abstract: The obtained phenomenological model of hardening G3Si1 and Sb08-G2S low-carbon welding wire during multistage drawing establishes the dependence of the hardening curve coefficients (hardening index and hardening modulus) on the integral tensile strain. The obtained model makes it possible to calculate the hardening curve, strength, and plasticity indicators of metal products based on the results of wire rod testing in the delivery state.
Authors: Ferdinando Auricchio, Alessandro Reali
Abstract: The use of shape memory alloys (SMA) in an increasing number of applications in many ¯elds of engineering, such as biomedical engineering, is leading to a growing interest toward an exhaustive modeling of their macroscopic behavior in order to construct reliable simulation tools for SMA devices. In this paper we review a robust three-dimensional model able to reproduce both pseudo-elastic and shape-memory behaviors and we report numerical studies where it is used for the simulation of SMA-based biomedical devices.
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