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Development of Three-Dimensional Fracture Strain Surface in Average Stress Triaxiaility and Average Normalized Lode Parameter Domain for Arctic High Tensile Steel: Part II Formulation of Fracture Strain Surface

극한지용 고장력강의 평균 응력 삼축비 및 평균 정규 로드 파라메터를 고려한 3차원 파단 변형률 평면 개발: 제2부 파단 변형률 평면의 정식화

  • Received : 2015.10.08
  • Accepted : 2015.12.17
  • Published : 2015.12.31

Abstract

An extended study was conducted on the fracture criterion by Choung et al. (2011; 2012) and Choung and Nam (2013), and the results are presented in two parts. The theoretical background of the fracture and the results of new experimental studies were reported in Part I, and three-dimensional fracture surface formulations and verifications are reported in Part II. How the corrected true stress can be processed from the extrapolated true stress is first introduced. Numerical simulations using the corrected true stress were conducted for pure shear, shear-tension, and pure compression tests. The numerical results perfectly coincided with test results, except for the pure shear simulations, where volume locking appeared to prevent a load reduction. The average stress triaxialities, average normalized lode parameters, and equivalent plastic strain at fracture initiation were extracted from numerical simulations to formulate a new three-dimensional fracture strain surface. A series of extra tests with asymmetric notch specimens was performed to check the validity of the newly developed fracture strain surface. Then, a new user-subroutine was developed to calculate and transfer the two fracture parameters to commercial finite element code. Simulation results based on the user-subroutine were in good agreement with the test results.

Keywords

Average stress triaxiality;Averge normalized lode parameter;Fracture strain surface;Uniuform true stress;Corrected true stress

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