A micromechanical study of ductile damage in a finite element framework with advanced meshing capabilities

Abstract : Accurate prediction of ductile fracture of metallic materials requires sufficient understanding of the underlying micromechanical phenomena, especially if complex multiaxial and non-proportional loadings are to be considered. In this micromechanical study, real micro-structures are submitted to realistic boundary conditions up to large plastic strains thanks to the combination of Laminography, Digital Volume Correlation and Finite Element Model-ling. The obtained results evidence the effect of the microstructural heterogeneities on the ductile fracture process.
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14th International Conference on Fracture - ICF 14, Jun 2017, Rhodes, Greece
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Victor-Manuel Trejo-Navas, Modesar Shakoor, Marc Bernacki, Pierre-Olivier Bouchard. A micromechanical study of ductile damage in a finite element framework with advanced meshing capabilities. 14th International Conference on Fracture - ICF 14, Jun 2017, Rhodes, Greece. 〈hal-01558400〉

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