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Analytical Study on Characteristics of von Mises Yield Criterion under Plane Strain Condition
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Analytical Study on Characteristics of von Mises Yield Criterion under Plane Strain Condition
Lee, Seung-Hyun; Kim, Byoung-Il;
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 Abstract
In order to investigate characteristics of the von Mises yield criterion under 2 dimensional stress condition, two cases of plane strain were studied. One of which was for zero elastic strain and the other was for zero plastic strain increment. Yield functions for the plane strain condition for zero elastic strain and for the plane stress condition were represented as ellipse and the two yield functions were compared by ratios of major axis, minor axis and eccentricity and it was seen that the ratio of minor axis was the same between the two cases and the ratios of major axis and eccentricity were functions of Poisson`s ratio. Region of elastic behavior obtained from considering plane strain condition of zero elastic strain increases as the Poisson`s ratio increases. Yield function for plane strain obtained from considering zero plastic increment and associate flow rule was displayed as straight line and the region of elastic behavior was greater than that for the case of plane stress.
 Keywords
von Mises yield criterion;Plane strain;Zero elatic strain;Zero plastic strain increment;
 Language
Korean
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