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Basic ingredients, development of phenomenological models and practical use of crystal plasticity

Abstract : This part is an introduction to phenomenological crystal plasticity models, to their properties and their use either in component calculations or in microstructure modelling. Time dependent or time independent versions of the models axe presented. The applications deal with single crystal or poly crystalline materials. In this last case, the aggregate is modelled either by a. finite element mesh, in order to represent the local microstructure, or by using so called uniform fields models, which allow to introduce the average effect of each crystalline phase in the global behaviour.
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Georges Cailletaud. Basic ingredients, development of phenomenological models and practical use of crystal plasticity. ed. R. Pippan, P. Gumbsch. Multiscale modelling of plasticity and fracture by means of dislocation mechanics, Springer, pp.271-326, 2010, CISM International Centre for Mechanical Sciences, 978-3-7091-0282-4. ⟨10.1007/978-3-7091-0283-1_6⟩. ⟨hal-00579426⟩

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