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A Methodology for Ductile Fracture Analysis Based on Damage Mechanics: An Illustration of a Local Approach of Fracture

Abstract : Major solutions needed in frlcture analysis are (d) simple and accurate matedal characterization and (ô) easy transferring of malerial data lo cracked structures. ln !h€ proposed methodology. constitutive relationships. including cavity growth and coalescence, are used. Material characterization is based on the simple notched tension lest. Several structural steels have been characterized. especially 4508 steel. and the direct transferring of material data hâs been demonstrated wilh tests on circumf€rentially cracked tension specimens. In addition. the extrapolation of material data io different inclusion conl€nls and temperatures was attempted, with favorabl€ rcsults for the first factor through a specific parameter of the model. Th€ temperature dcpendence of 4508 steel ductiliiy is related to an inverle strain rale effect on the flow curv€: the modeling of this effect gives encoùraging results, but it must be refined to producc an effeclive prediction.
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Gilles Rousselier, Jean-Claude Devaux, Gérard Mottet, Georqes Devesar. A Methodology for Ductile Fracture Analysis Based on Damage Mechanics: An Illustration of a Local Approach of Fracture. Nonlinear Fracture Mechanics, Volume II, 1989. ⟨hal-02066765⟩

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