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Inverse finite element modelling and identification of constitutive parameters of UHS steel based on Gleeble tensile tests at high temperature

Abstract : The rheological behaviour of an ultra high strength (UHS) steel is investigated by Gleeble tensile tests at low-deformation rates and high temperature, from 1200°C to solidus temperature. Results show that large thermal gradients exist in specimens, resulting in heterogeneous deformation, which makes the identification of constitutive parameters difficult from the directly deduced nominal stress-strain curves. The advantages of an inverse identification method - associating a direct finite element model of Gleeble tests and an optimization module - are demonstrated in such conditions. The constitutive parameters identified by this technique have been successfully applied to additional tests, more complex in nature than those used for the identification of parameters. However, such tests combining successive loading and relaxation stages have revealed some limitations of the considered constitutive model.
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Changli Zhang, Michel Bellet, Manuel Bobadilla, Houfa Shen, Baicheng Liu. Inverse finite element modelling and identification of constitutive parameters of UHS steel based on Gleeble tensile tests at high temperature. Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering, Taylor & Francis, 2011, 19 (4), pp.485 - 508. ⟨10.1080/17415977.2010.518288⟩. ⟨hal-00595228⟩

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