Mar 31, 2017 · A three dimensional finite element model is developed using LS-DYNA to extrapolate the true stress-strain relationship after necking of Q345 steel. The hardening behavior of Q345 steel after the onset of necking is predicted with the Ludwik constitutive equation at quasi-static strain rates and with the Voce constitutive equation at higher strain rates, in which the strain hardening parameters are
behaviour of a stainless steel bumper. Experimental measurements are compared with simulated results. A non-conventional FEM element model with a damage criterion was used too accurately predict the plastic hinge for the impact situation. Paper 4 experimentally evaluates the dynamic response of Dynamic Mechanical Response of Biomedical 316L Stainless Abstract. A split Hopkinson pressure bar is used to investigate the dynamic mechanical properties of biomedical 316L stainless steel under strain rates ranging from 1 × 10 3 s 1 to 5 × 10 3 s 1 and temperatures between and .The results indicate that the flow stress, work-hardening rate, strain rate sensitivity, and thermal activation energy are all significantly dependent on the strain
Nov 28, 2014 · Multilayer graphene is an exceptional anisotropic material due to its layered structure composed of two-dimensional carbon lattices. Although the intrinsic mechanical properties of graphene have been investigated at quasi-static conditions, its behavior under extreme dynamic conditions has not yet been studied. We report the highstrain-rate behavior of multilayer graphene over a range of Dynamic mechanical response and a constitutive model of Fe Apr 23, 2016 · The effects of strain rate and temperature on the dynamic behavior of Fe-based high temperature alloy was studied. The strain rates were 0.00112,000 s1, at temperatures ranging from room temperature to 800 °C. A phenomenological constitutive model (Power-Law constitutive model) was proposed considering adiabatic temperature rise and accurate material thermal physical properties.
May 01, 2020 · In order to propose a relatively accurate dynamic constitutive model considering the effects of both strain rate and yield stress, more studies on the rate-dependent behavior of high-strength structural steels should be conducted. 6. Conclusions. This paper investigates the behavior of S690 high-strength structural steel at intermediate strain Elevated temperature mechanical properties of solid Solid section structural steel; Elevated temperature; Mechanical properties; Constitutive behaviour; Dynamic strain ageing; Structural fire engineering; Composite columns. Organisational unit. 03352 - Fontana, Mario (emeritus) / Fontana, Mario (emeritus) More. Show all metadata
Nov 05, 2019 · Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) were carried out to determine transition temperatures and thermomechanical properties of the composite and its constituent phases at the elevated temperature. Fatigue Behavior of Cracked High-Strength Steel Plates Dec 06, 2016 · However, limited fatigue experiments have been conducted for cracked high strength steel plates with carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP) sheets. This paper describes an investigation into the fatigue behavior of unstrengthened and CFRP strengthened cracked Q345, Q460, and Q690 steel plates. First, the mechanical properties of these steels, which are dependent on the chemical
- Introduction to Floor VibrationsTheory of VibrationsHuman Induced VibrationAcceptability of VibrationsVibration AnalysisDynamic Testing of FloorsRegulations and Design RulesStructural Design ConsiderationsArchitectural Design ConsiderationsReferencesFurther ReadingResourcesSee AlsoThe term vibrations when applied to floors refers to the oscillatory motion experienced by the building and its occupants during the course of normal day-to-day activities. This motion is normally vertical (up and down), but horizontal vibrations are also possible. In either case, the consequences of vibrations range from being a nuisance to the building users to causing damage to the fixtures and fittings or even (in very extreme cases) to the building structure. The severity of the conseqA mesoscopic model for the behaviour of concrete under Jan 23, 2009 · Xuan Hong Vu, Laurent Daudeville, Yann Malecot, Effect of coarse aggregate size and cement paste volume on concrete behavior under high triaxial compression loading, Construction and Building Materials, 10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2011.04.026, 25, 10, (3941-3949), (2011).
Hot Deformation Behavior of Q345 Steel and Its Application The high-temperature deformation behavior of Q345 steel is detected by a Gleeble-3800 thermal simulator. The Arrhenius constitutive equation for high-temperature flow stress and the dynamic recrystallization model are constructed. With the secondary development technology, customized modifications are made on existing Deform-3D software.
where d 1 d 5 are failure parameters measured at or below the transition temperature, transition, and 0 is the reference strain rate. You provide the values of d 1 d 5 when you define the Johnson-Cook dynamic failure model. This eion for ¯ f p l differs from the original formula published by Johnson and Cook (1985) in the sign of the parameter d 3. Mechanical behaviour of a very-high strength steel (S960QL Mechanical behaviour of a very-high strength steel (S960QL) under extreme conditions of high strain rates and elevated temperatures  A comparison between reduction factors of main mechanical properties, in both dynamic and quasi-static conditions, is presented.In addition, some predictive equations were developed to define the dynamic
Abstract The demand of applying high-strength structural steel (HSSS) in engineering practice is progressively increasing, while insufficient research achievements of HSSS restrict its applications, especially for those under dynamic loadings. Therefore, to meet the increasingly demand of studies for HSSS at high strain rates, a grade of HSSS, S690 was experimentally investigated by quasi Soltannia, Taheri - 2015 - Influence of nano-reinforcement In uence of nano-reinforcement on the mechanical behavior of adhesively bonded single-lap joints subjected to static, quasi-static, and impact loading B. Soltannia and F. Taheri * Department of Civil and Resource Engineering, Dalhousie University, 1360 Barrington Street, PO Box 15000 Halifax, NS B3H 4R2, Canada (Received 27 January 2014; fi nal version received 10 September 2014; accepted
Mechanical behaviors of the whole LIB body, which is regarded as an intact structure, were analyzed in terms of structure stiffness. Results showed that the mechanical behaviors of LIBs depend The Dynamic Response of Q345 Steel at High Strain Rates The split Hopkinson pressure bar (SHPB) technique with a special experimental apparatus can be used to obtain the material behavior under high strain rate loading conditions. In this paper, dynamic deformation behaviors of Q345 steel under both high strain rate compressive and high temperature loading are determined using the SHPB technique.
This paper presents the results of quasi-static and dynamic tensile tests on 2, 3 and 4 mm thick 316L austenitic stainless steel. It details the test conditions and discusses the results, particularly focusing on strain rate sensitivity and methods of employing the tensile properties in Woei-Shyan Lee NCKU Mechanical EngineeringA Comparison of the Dynamic Shear Properties and Fracture Behaviour of Continuous and Pulsed Current Plasma Arc Weldments of 304L Stainless Steel. 7th International Conference on Mechanical and Physical Behaviour of Materials under Dynamic Loading, Porto University, Portugal..
Oct 24, 2014 · The quasi-static compression and impact experiment of Q345 steel by the MTS material testing machine and SHPB (Split-Hopkinson Pressure Bar) testing technique has been carried out. It aims to study the Q345 steels mechanical properties at elevated temperatures under different strain rates. The experimental results show that, at normal temperature, the dynamic strength of the Q345 steel is