A theoretical description of large viscoplastic shear deformation in metals
In this work, a new 3-dimensional viscoplastic model based on a previous plasticity theory is presented. The proposed constitutive model anticipates the contribution of the main features of plastic behavior, such as yielding, rate effect, isotropic and kinematic hardening, through a new approximation of the constitutive equation with a viscoplastic term, as well as a new consideration of the functional form of the rate of plastic deformation. A high accuracy simulation of shear experimental data at various rates and temperatures for a variety of materials, as well as the sign inversion of normal stress has been postulated.
KeywordsPlastic Behavior Kinematic Hardening Torsion Test Velocity Gradient Tensor Plastic Transformation
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