Continuum damage modeling for ductile metals under high strain rate deformation

C. Husson, Said Ahzi, L. Daridon, T. Courtin

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Abstract

The accuracy of the computational investigation on the response of ductile materials under dynamic condition depends on the capability of the constitutive model in accounting for strain rate, temperature and microstructural effects. In this work, we propose a damage evolution law, valid for a wide range of strain rates, based on the theory of continuum damage mechanics (CDM). This model implicitly accounts for the three stages of damage: the nucleation, the growth and the coalescence. This non-linear isotropic CDM model for ductile damage is developed by assuming the existence of a new ductile damage dissipation potential. The proposed damage law is coupled with an evolution law for the flow stress. Like in the mechanical threshold stress (M.T.S.) model, the flow stress is decomposed as the sum of an athermal component and a temperature and strain rate dependent component. Results from our model are in agreement with the existing experimental results for stress-strain behavior and damage evolution in oxygen-free high-conducting (OFHC) copper under both quasi-static and dynamic loading conditions.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJournal De Physique. IV : JP
EditorsJ. Cirne, A. Lichtenberger
Pages63-68
Number of pages6
Volume110
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2003
Externally publishedYes
EventEurodymat 2003: 7th International Conference on Mechanical and Physical Behaviour of Materials under Dynamic Loading - Porto, Portugal
Duration: 8 Sep 200312 Sep 2003

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OtherEurodymat 2003: 7th International Conference on Mechanical and Physical Behaviour of Materials under Dynamic Loading
CountryPortugal
CityPorto
Period8/9/0312/9/03

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strain rate
continuums
damage
metals
coalescing
temperature effects
dissipation
nucleation
conduction
copper
thresholds
oxygen

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Husson, C., Ahzi, S., Daridon, L., & Courtin, T. (2003). Continuum damage modeling for ductile metals under high strain rate deformation. In J. Cirne, & A. Lichtenberger (Eds.), Journal De Physique. IV : JP (Vol. 110, pp. 63-68)

Continuum damage modeling for ductile metals under high strain rate deformation. / Husson, C.; Ahzi, Said; Daridon, L.; Courtin, T.

Journal De Physique. IV : JP. ed. / J. Cirne; A. Lichtenberger. Vol. 110 2003. p. 63-68.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Husson, C, Ahzi, S, Daridon, L & Courtin, T 2003, Continuum damage modeling for ductile metals under high strain rate deformation. in J Cirne & A Lichtenberger (eds), Journal De Physique. IV : JP. vol. 110, pp. 63-68, Eurodymat 2003: 7th International Conference on Mechanical and Physical Behaviour of Materials under Dynamic Loading, Porto, Portugal, 8/9/03.
Husson C, Ahzi S, Daridon L, Courtin T. Continuum damage modeling for ductile metals under high strain rate deformation. In Cirne J, Lichtenberger A, editors, Journal De Physique. IV : JP. Vol. 110. 2003. p. 63-68
Husson, C. ; Ahzi, Said ; Daridon, L. ; Courtin, T. / Continuum damage modeling for ductile metals under high strain rate deformation. Journal De Physique. IV : JP. editor / J. Cirne ; A. Lichtenberger. Vol. 110 2003. pp. 63-68
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