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By M. Predeleanu, P. Gilormini

Those complaints specialise in complicated equipment for predicting and fending off the prevalence of defects in synthetic items. a brand new function is incorporated, particularly, the impression of the processing-induced defects at the integrity of constructions. the next issues are constructed: harm modelling; harm evaluate and rupture; pressure localization and instability research; formability characterization; prediction of form inaccuracies; impression of defects on structural integrity. the most production operations are lined and diverse fabrics are tested, comparable to new and traditional steel alloys, ceramics, polymers and composites.

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5E-03 j 9S6riel AS6fie2 I Figure 9. Density variation measured on modified compression specimens (22MnCrB5). 2. Nucleation formulation in mesoscopic analysis The experimental characterizations of nucleation lead to the introduction of a nucleation term in void growth models. For this first application, a critical strain formulation has been used. Thus, the mesoscopic simulation has been modified in order to take into account the cohesion between the matrix and the inclusion : when the equivalent strain of the cell reaches a critical value, the interface is released and can grow freely (cf.

01 .............. 0 i i ! i i : ' ................ : ' ................ : -,' ............... : , .... I I-- : : ; ................ : ', : : 1 ............................... 8 l fracture strain Figure 7. Void growth in the mesoscopic cell during tensile test simulation. 2. Characterization of the ductile damage propensity Contrary to the case of the torsion test, these steel grades contain different types of inclusions and the total inclusion volume can no longer be considered to equal the cementite volume.

So, the specific yield condition (12) and its associated flow rule are consistent with the first and the second laws of thermodynamics. CONCLUSION The numerical modelling of the microvoid behaviour in an elastic-plastic unit cell and the modified Rice and Tracey model are in good agreement for the prediction of the void volume fraction rate at the early stage of the damage phenomenon for uniaxial stress states and pure shear stress states so far the real shape of the void remains casi-ellipsoidal.

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