Modeling Dynamic Anisotropic Behaviour and Spall Failure in Commercial Aluminium Alloys AA7010
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This paper presents a finite strain constitutive model to predict a complex elastoplastic deformation behaviour involves very high pressures and shockwaves in orthotropic materials of aluminium alloys. The previous published constitutive model is used as a reference to start the development in this work. The proposed formulation that used a new definition of Mandel stress tensor to define Hill’s yield criterion and a new shock equation of state (EOS) of the generalised orthotropic pressure is further enhanced with Grady spall failure model to closely predict shockwave propagation and spall failure in the chosen commercial aluminium alloy. This hyperelastic-plastic constitutive model is implemented as a new material model in the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)-DYNA3D code of UTHM’s version, named Material Type 92 (Mat92). The implementations of a new EOS of the generalised orthotropic pressure including the spall failure are also discussed in this paper. The capability of the proposed constitutive model to capture the complex behaviour of the selected material is validated against range of Plate Impact Test data at 234, 450 and 895 ms−1 impact velocities.
KeywordsShockwave propagation Orthotropic materials New generalised orthotropic pressure Spall failure model
Authors wish to convey a sincere gratitude to Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) and Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia (MOHE) for providing the financial means during the preparation to complete this work under Incentive Grant Scheme for Publication (IGSP), Vot U674 and Fundamental Research Grant Scheme, Vot 1547, respectively.
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