Modeling the effect of plastic flow localization on deformation and fracture of stainless steel
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"The effect of flow localization on plastic flow and fracture due to stress concentrations in type 316 stainless steel was studied by dynamic finite element modeling (FEM) using a computer code (ABAQUS). It was found that the presence of cracks is responsible for a sharp decrease in fracture energy of specimens. the dependence of fracture energy on crack depth is exponential"--Abstract, leaf iii.
Kumar, A. S. (Arvind S.)
Mueller, Gary Edward, 1954-
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
M.S. in Nuclear Engineering
United States. Department of Energy
Missouri University of Science and Technology
xi, 102 leaves
© 2008 Michael Louis Lampe, All rights reserved.
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Metals -- Formability
Stainless steel -- Cracking
Stainless steel -- Plastic properties
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Lampe, Michael Louis, "Modeling the effect of plastic flow localization on deformation and fracture of stainless steel" (2008). Masters Theses. 76.
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