Large Plastic Deformation of Crystalline Aggregates
Springer Vienna, Dec 11, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 293 pages
The book gives a comprehensive view of the present ability to take into account the microstructure and texture evolution in building up engineering models of the plastic behaviour of polycrystalline materials at large strains. It is designed for postgraduate students, research engineers and academics that are interested in using advanced models of the mechanical behaviour of polycrystalline materials.
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Dislocation Modelling of Crystalline Plasticity
Large Plastic Deformation of Polycrystals
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active slip systems aggregate Anand anisotropy applied Asaro assumed average behaviour boundary conditions Cauchy stress components computed configuration considered constitutive equations constitutive law constitutive model corresponding crystal orientations crystalline crystallographic crystallographic texture cup-drawing defined deformation gradient denotes deviatoric dislocation densities dislocation structures elastic equilibrium experimental finite element calculations flow stress function fundamental region glide gradv grain hardening homogeneous inclusion problem incremental initial interaction law isotropic kinematic linear macrohomogeneity macroscopic matrix mechanical metals microstructural moduli monotonic deformation obstacles obtained orientation space overall plane strain plane strain compression plastic deformation pole figures polycrystal polycrystalline materials predicted properties rate sensitivity reorientation velocity respectively response rotation secant shear stress shearing rates simple shear simulation single crystal slip plane slip systems solution specimen strain rate stress field stress-strain curves symmetry tantalum Taylor model temperature tensile tensor Teodosiu vector velocity gradient viscoplastic volume work-hardening