publication . Other literature type . Article . 2017

A review on the strain rate dependency of the dynamic viscoplastic response of FCC metals

Salvado, FC; Teixeira-Dias, F; Walley, Stephen; Lea, Lewis; Cardoso, JB;
  • Published: 01 Jul 2017
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
The response of structures and materials subject to ballistic impacts or blast loads remains a field of intense research. In a blast or impact load a sharp pressure wave travelling at supersonic speed impinges on the structure surface where deformation will develop at very high strain rates and stress waves may form and travel through the continuum solid. Both the dynamic loading and the temperature increase will significantly affect the mechanical and failure response of the material. This rate dependent behaviour has been very intensely investigated for metals and composites. In broad terms, strains due to explosive blast will increase at rates from 10^2 to 10...
Subjects
free text keywords: constitutive models, high strain rate, FCC metals, modelling, viscoplastic behaviour, dynamic loading, Wave propagation, Viscoplasticity, Adiabatic process, Elasticity (economics), Strain rate, Materials science, Metallurgy, Forensic engineering, Shock wave, Plane stress, Mechanics
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publication . Other literature type . Article . 2017

A review on the strain rate dependency of the dynamic viscoplastic response of FCC metals

Salvado, FC; Teixeira-Dias, F; Walley, Stephen; Lea, Lewis; Cardoso, JB;