A failure model for non-proportional loading under plane stress condition based on GFLC in comparison to eMMFC and PEPS
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A mathematical model is presented for a forming limit for non-proportional loading under plane stress condition. The model results in an approach to reduce the number of experiments needed for the Generalized Forming Limit Concept (GFLC) and presents a numerical approach to calculate the linearized FLC from real Nakajima measurements. The mathematical model has been analyzed in comparison to Polar Effective Plastic Strain (PEPS) diagram and enhanced Modified Maximum Force Criterion (eMMFC), discussing both consistency with plasticity modeling and industrial applicability. An experimental setup based on Nakajima specimens is presented and DIC measurements are used to capture loading paths. The measured loading paths are used to validate predictions made by PEPS, eMMFC and the presented mathematical approach. The latter model shows promising results for prediction of failure for non-proportional loading. Show more
Journal / seriesIOP conference series: Materials science and engineering
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PublisherInstitute of Physics
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