Computer-Aided Systematic Formulation of Inelastic Constitutive Equations of Polycrystalline Metals
Inelastic behaviours of polycrystalline metals are irreversible and path dependent. Such behaviours may be controlled by some micro-structures and their changes. We suppose that a combination of a few simple and fundamental semi-micro mechanisms may produce a big variety of inelastic behaviours observed in lots of experiments. In such a view point, a systematic formulation of realistic constitutive equations by an aide of computer is presented here.
KeywordsSlip System Bauschinger Effect Inelastic Behaviour Active Slip System Polycrystalline Metal
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