Stress distribution in the sample neck during the tensile testing

Magdalena Gromada*, Gennady Mishuris, Andreas Öchsner

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Abstract

In this chapter, the considered issue is presented on the base of two different models of plasticity theory and the detailed derivation of formulae for the average normalised axial stress in the minimal section plane is shown based on different classical approaches. For the sake of fact that all classical derivations are presented in so-called Euler coordinates, the independent variables are coordinates in the current configuration of the point in the space, in which a material particle is located at the considered moment of time. Let us notice that in this coordinate system for the given deformation, an additional problem is the determination of the boundary positions along which the boundary conditions on the neck contour are estimated since they are continuous changing for each stage of deformation. However, this inconvenience can be recompensed by linear equilibrium equations [8].

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)17-65
Number of pages49
JournalSpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology
Issue number9783642221330
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011

Keywords

  • Classical and new approaches
  • Deformation theory
  • Flow theory
  • Stress distribution in the sample with neck

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