Dynamic Shear Band Development In Plane Strain Compression Of A Viscoplastic Body Containing A Rigid Inclusion
We study the plane strain thermomechanical deformations of a viscoplastic body containing a rigid non-heat-conducting ellipsoidal inclusion at the center. Two different problems, one in which the major axis of the inclusion is parallel to the axis of compression and the other in which it is perpendicular to the loading axis are considered. In each case the deformations are presumed to be symmetric about the two centroidal axes and consequently deformations of a quarter of the block are analyzed. The material of the block is assumed to exhibit strain-rate hardening, but thermal softening. The applied load is such as to cause deformations of the block at an overall strain-rate of 5000 sec-1. The rigid inclusion simulates the presence of second phase particles such as oxides or carbides in a steel and acts as a nucleus for the shear band. It is found that a shear band initiates near the tip of the inclusion and propagates along a line inclined at 45° to the horizontal axis. At a nominal strain of 0.25, the peak temperature rise near the tip of the vertically aligned inclusion equals 75% of that for the horizontally placed inclusion. The precipitous drop in the effective stress near the inclusion tip is followed somewhat later by a rapid rise in the maximum principal logarithmic strain there. © 1990 Springer-Verlag.
Z. G. Zhu and R. C. Batra, "Dynamic Shear Band Development In Plane Strain Compression Of A Viscoplastic Body Containing A Rigid Inclusion," Acta Mechanica, vol. 84, no. 1 thru 4, pp. 89 - 107, Springer, Mar 1990.
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01 Mar 1990