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A combined isotropic-kinematic hardening model for the simulation of warm forming and subsequent loading at room temperature

A combined isotropic-kinematic hardening model for the simulation of warm forming and subsequent loading at room temperature,10.1016/j.ijplas.2009.06.

A combined isotropic-kinematic hardening model for the simulation of warm forming and subsequent loading at room temperature   (Citations: 3)
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A coupled isotropic-kinematic hardening material model was developed based on phenomenological observations of performed two stage experiments on a medium carbon steel – SAE 1144, where the first deformation is performed at elevated temperatures and the second deformation at room temperature. Above all, deformations with orthogonal loading at various temperatures were investigated in order to determine the influence of the loading direction as well as of the temperature. Bergström’s theory of work hardening as well as the nonlinear kinematic hardening of an Armstrong–Frederick type were used as a basis for the model development. In the proposed model a relationship between material coefficients of the classical Bergström model and temperature was investigated. The aim of the new material model was to introduce the least possible amount of new parameters as well as to facilitate the mathematical determination of parameters during the fitting of the model with experimental data. The developed model was implemented in an in-house FE-Code in order to simulate the material behavior due to the dynamic strain aging and the hardening behavior after the dynamic strain aging process. Representative simulation results were compared with the experimental data in order to validate the efficiency and the application range of the model.
Journal: International Journal of Plasticity - INT J PLASTICITY , vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 126-140, 2010
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