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Title Multiscale modelling in sheet metal forming / Dorel Banabic, editor.

Published Switzerland : Springer, [2016]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (xi, 405 pages)
Series ESAFORM bookseries on material forming, 2198-9915
ESAFORM bookseries on material forming.
Springer English/International eBooks 2016 - Full Set
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Preface; Contents; Contributors; 1 Plastic Behaviour of Sheet Metals; 1.1 Anisotropy of Sheet Metals; 1.1.1 Uniaxial Characteristics of Plastic Anisotropy; 1.1.2 Biaxial Characteristics of Plastic Anisotropy; 1.2 Classical Yield Criteria for Anisotropic Sheet Metals; 1.2.1 Hill (1948) Yield Criterion; 1.2.2 Barlat (1989) Yield Criterion; 1.3 BBC (2005) Yield Criterion; 1.3.1 Equation of the Yield Surface; 1.3.2 Flow Rule Associated to the Yield Surface; 1.3.3 BBC (2005) Equivalent Stress; 1.3.4 Identification Procedure; 1.3.5 Theoretical Yield Stress in Pure Tension
1.3.6 Theoretical Coefficient of Uniaxial Plastic Anisotropy1.3.7 Theoretical Yield Stress in Biaxial Tension Along RD and TD; 1.3.8 Theoretical Coefficient of Biaxial Plastic Anisotropy; 1.3.9 Identification Constraints; 1.3.10 Particular Formulations of the BBC (2005) Yield Criterion; 1.4 BBC (2008) Yield Criterion; 1.4.1 BBC 2008 Equivalent Stress; 1.4.2 Basic Identification Procedure; 1.4.3 Enhanced Identification Procedure; 1.5 3D Extensions of the BBC (2005, 2008) Yield Criteria; 1.6 Advanced Anisotropic Yield Criteria; 1.6.1 Barlat Yield Criteria; 1.6.2 Cazacu-Barlat Yield Criteria
1.6.3 Vegter Yield Criterion1.7 Recommendations on the Choice of the Yield Criteria; 1.8 Perspectives; References; 2 Crystallographic Texture and Plastic Anisotropy; 2.1 The Structure of Polycrystalline Materials; 2.2 Definition of Crystallographic Texture; 2.2.1 Crystal Orientation; 2.3 Experimental Determination of Textures; 2.4 Texture and Properties of Materials; 2.5 Plasticity of Polycrystalline Materials; 2.5.1 The Taylor Model (Full-Constraints); 2.5.2 Special Plasticity Parameters; 2.5.3 Plasticity of Cubic Metals; 2.5.4 Deformation Hardening; 2.5.5 Plasticity of Macroscopic Bodies
2.6 Parameterization of the Texture Function2.7 Other Modes of Plasticity; References; 3 Multiscale Modelling of Mechanical Anisotropy; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Multiscale Frameworks in Crystal Plasticity; 3.2.1 Statistical Crystal Plasticity; Sachs-Type Models; Taylor-Type Models; Grain Interaction Models; Self-consistent Schemes; 3.2.2 Full-Field Approaches; Crystal Plasticity Finite Element Method; Crystal Plasticity FFT; 3.3 Multi-scale Modelling of Plastic Anisotropy; 3.3.1 Direct Micro-Macro Coupling; Embedded Full-Field Models Embedded Mean-Field Models3.3.1.3 Embedded Reduced Texture Models; 3.3.2 Hierarchical Coupling; Database and Sampling Techniques; Spectral Crystal Plasticity (SCP); 3.3.3 Yield Criteria Based on Crystal Plasticity; Yield Criteria Defined by Interpolation; Yield Criteria Defined by Approximation; Evolving BBC2008 Yield Criterion; 3.3.4 Other Concepts in Multi-scale Modelling of Plastic Anisotropy; Acknowledgments; References; 4 Modelling the Voids Growth in Ductile Fracture; 4.1 Models for Ductile Fracture; 4.1.1 Void Shape Effects
Other author Banabic, D. (Dorel), editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Sheet-metal -- Mathematical models.
Sheet-metal work.
Multiscale modeling.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319440705 (electronic bk.)
3319440705 (electronic bk.)