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Dynamic plasticity of metals

Campbell, John D.

Dynamic plasticity of metals

course held at the Department for Mechanics of Deformable Bodies, Udine, July 1970.

by Campbell, John D.

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Published by Springer in Wien .
Written in English


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SeriesInternational Centre for Mechanical Sciences. Courses and lectures, no. 46
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Open LibraryOL20279002M

  It concludes with a wide range of topics in dynamic plasticity including wave propagation, armor penetration, and structural impact in the plastic range. In view of the rapidly growing interest in computational methods, an appendix presents the fundamentals of a finite-element analysis of metal-forming problems.4/5(2). The Johnson-Cook shear failure model is suitable for high-strain-rate deformation of metals; therefore, it is most applicable to truly dynamic situations. For quasi-static problems that require element removal, the progressive damage and failure models (“ Progressive damage and failure, ” Section ) or the Gurson metal plasticity model.

Intended for use by advanced engineering students and practicing engineers, this volume focuses on the plastic deformation of metals at normal temperatures, as applied to the strength of machines and structures. It covers problems associated with the special nature of plastic state and important applications of plasticity theory. edition. My favourite for an overview of metal plasticity is 'The Plastic Deformation of Metals', by Honeycombe: : R.W.K. Honeycombe: Books Once you start getting further into dislocation mechanics, the classic text is 'An Intro.

All relevant topics are covered, including the mathematical theory of plasticity, the theory of plane plastic stress, the axially symmetrical plastic state, the plastic behavior of plates and shells, the plasticity of metal forming processes, the theory of buckling in the plastic range, topics in dynamic plasticity, and the finite element : Springer US.   – As compared with homogeneous metals and alloys, cellular metals provide low density, high specific stiffness, high energy absorption and good damping, thus being interesting alternatives to employ as protection against shock and impact. Impact energy is dissipated through cell bending, buckling or fracture. The knowledge and computational modelling of the mechanical behaviour of metal Author: Luiz Antônio Bragança da Cunda, Branca Freitas de Oliveira, Guillermo Juan Creus.


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Dynamic plasticity of metals by Campbell, John D. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dynamic Plasticity of Metals Course Held at the Department for Mechanics of Deformable Bodies, July Dynamic plasticity of metals book within book. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Plastic Deformation of Metals Pages PDF. About this book. Keywords. Metals Plasticity mechanics metals plasticity.

Authors and affiliations. John D. Campbell. 1; 1. University. Dynamic Plasticity of Metals Course Held at the Department for Mechanics of Deformable Bodies, July Authors: Campbell, John : Springer-Verlag Wien.

This book begins with the fundamentals of the mathematical theory of plasticity. The discussion then turns to the theory of plastic stress and its applications to structural analysis. It concludes with a wide range of topics in dynamic plasticity including wave propagation, armor penetration, and structural impact in the plastic : Jagabandhu Chakrabarty.

Constitutive models for the plastic of metals are developed and the application of these models is presented. The improvements achieved by this contribution cover the material functions. Foundation of Correlation Parameters for Eliminating Pulse Shape Effects on Dynamic Plastic Response of Structures J.

Appl. Mech (March, ) Erratum: “Fitness-for-Service Methodology Based on Variational Principles in Plasticity” [ Journal of Pressure Vessel Technology,(1), pp.

92–97 ]Cited by:   Problems of dynamic plasticity arise in the high-velocity forming of metals, penetration of high-speed projectiles into fixed targets, enlargement of cavities by underground explosion, and design of crash barriers related to collisions, to name only a few.

Abstract. Dynamic plasticity is concerned with the studies of motion and permanent deformation of various inelastic solids under high rates of loading.

This paper is a review of developments in this field during the last five years. The field involves many unsettled physical and mathematical problems chiefly in connection with.

Fundamentals of the Theory of Plasticity. Based on the author's series of lectures at the Mechanics-Mathematics Faculty of the University of Leningrad, this text is primarily concerned with the plastic deformation of metals at normal temperatures.

A good part of the discussion in what follows is concerned with the plasticity of metals; this is the ‘simplest’ type of plasticity and it serves as a good background and introduction to the modelling of plasticity in other material-types.

There are two broad groups of metal plasticity problem which are of interest to the engineer and Size: KB. The classical metal plasticity models: use Mises or Hill yield surfaces with associated plastic flow, which allow for isotropic and anisotropic yield, respectively; use perfect plasticity or isotropic hardening behavior.

An emphasis is placed on the close interaction of the theories from macroplasticity, mesoplasticity and microplasticity together with their applications in various engineering disciplines such as solid mechanics, metal forming, structural analysis, geo-mechanics and micromechanics.

It concludes with a wide range of topics in dynamic plasticity including wave propagation, armor penetration, and structural impact in the plastic range.

In view of the rapidly growing interest in computational methods, an appendix presents the fundamentals of a finite-element analysis of metal-forming problems. It treats several areas not commonly found between the covers of a single book: the physics of plasticity, constitutive theory, dynamic plasticity, large-deformation plasticity, and numerical methods, in addition to a representative survey of problems treated by classical methods, such as elastic-plastic problems, plane plastic flow, and limit.

Plasticity (on the contrary from linearity): This is an ability of material to deform without any rupture by non-returnable way. After removing the load there are staying permanent deformations. ε σ Ideally elastic-plastic material Basic principles of Elasticity and plasticity Plastic range Plastic rangeFile Size: KB.

Plasticity of materials, Department of materials forming, FMME, VŠB – TU Ostrava _____ _____ Jiří Kliber 3 Table of contents 1. CRYSTALLINE STRUCTURE OF METALS 6 2. LATTICE DEFECTS 8 3. DEFORMATION OF SINGLE-CRYSTALS 14 4. DEFORMATION OF POLY-CRYSTALS 17 5. STRESS-STRAIN CURVE 23 6.

ANALYSIS OF DYNAMIC RECOVERY 28 7. DYNAMIC File Size: 2MB. Here we present fully dynamic atomistic simulations of bulk single-crystal plasticity in the body-centred-cubic metal tantalum.

Our goal is to Cited by: In ABAQUS/Explicit the metal plasticity material models can be used in conjunction with the shear and tensile failure models (“Dynamic failure models,” Section ) that are applicable in truly dynamic situations; however, the progressive damage and failure models discussed above are generally preferred.

Cyclic Plasticity of Metals. In book: Cyclic Plasticity of Engineering Materials: Experiments and Models, pp at °C, no ratcheting occurs due to the effect of dynamic strain.

Probing the limits of metal plasticity with molecular dynamics simulations Article (PDF Available) in Nature () September with Reads How we measure 'reads'. In the last chapter, the book shows the solution of some contemporary problems of plasticity and creep: Creep deformation at cyclic abrupt changes of temperature, The influence of irradiation on the plastic and creep deformation, Peculiarities of deformation at the phase transformation of some by:.

metal plasticity. Our MD simulations incorporate every “jiggle and wiggle”5 of atomic dynamics and are thus faithful to every possible mechanism of dynamic response.

MD simulations of bulk crystal plasticity are computationally challenging and, to the best of our knowledge, have not been carried out before. In addition to the notorious.Plasticity Theory Book Summary: The aim of Plasticity Theory is to provide a comprehensive introduction to the contemporary state of knowledge in basic plasticity theory and to its applications.

It treats several areas not commonly found between the covers of a single book: the physics of plasticity, constitutive theory, dynamic plasticity, large-deformation plasticity, and numerical methods.A metal alloy is a metallic substance, but it is not a single chemical element.

An alloy forms by the union or mixture of two or more metals. It may consist of one ore plus other metals; or one metal and another nonmetal.

Examples of alloys are carbon and iron, forming .