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Mechanical properties of materials at high rates of strain, 1989

International Conference on the Mechanical Properties of Materials at High Rates of Strain (4th 1989 Oxford, England)

Mechanical properties of materials at high rates of strain, 1989

proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on the Mechanical Properties of Materials at High Rates of Strain, held in Oxford, 19-22 March 1989

by International Conference on the Mechanical Properties of Materials at High Rates of Strain (4th 1989 Oxford, England)

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Published by Institute of Physics in Bristol, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Materials -- Mechanical properties -- Congresses.,
  • Strains and stresses -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by J. Harding.
    SeriesInstitute of Physics conference series -- no. 102.
    ContributionsHarding, J. 1934-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA417.6 .I565 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 582 p. :
    Number of Pages582
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17680795M
    ISBN 10085498058X
    LC Control Number89019923

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This volume comprises the proceedings of the conference on mechanical properties at high rates of strain held in Oxford in April under the 1989 book of The Institute of Physics.

The effect of the rate of strain on the properties of materials has been of interest to scientists and engineers for many decades. REQUIREMENT In order to describe the mechanical properties of materials in a large range 1989 book strain rates (lO'^s"1 Author: J.P.

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A tension version of the split Hopkinson bar or Kolsky apparatus is developed for conducting tests in tension at high rates of strain up to s−1. A number of aluminum, titanium, and steel alloys tested in tension show increasing degrees of rate sensitivity above 10 to s−1.

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In the equation for stress, P is the load and A 0 is the original cross-sectional area of the test specimen. In the equation for strain, L is the current length of the specimen and L 0 is the original length.

Stress-Strain Curve. The values of stress and strain determined from the tensile test can be plotted as a stress-strain curve, as shown below. Jones, N., Some comments on the modelling of material properties for dynamic structural plasticity, In Proceedings 4 6 International Conference on the Mechanical Properties of Materials at High Rates of Strain, Oxford, Institute of Physics Conference Series No.–, Google ScholarCited by: 2.

The mechanical properties of 63% Sn–37% Pb and lead-free solders have been measured at high strain rates (– s−1) using a split Hopkinson pressure bar. Material Behaviour at High Strain Rates.

A variety of techniques used to obtain the mechanical properties of materials at high rates of strain (⩾10s−1) are summarised.

These include. Theory of Tensile Testing & Stress/Strain Curves. Practical Demo Here: How to perform Young's Modulus Calculations using Stress. @article{osti_, title = {Metal matrix composites: Mechanisms and properties}, author = {Everett, R.K.

and Arsenault, R.J.}, abstractNote = {The present work discusses such metal matrix composite (MMC)-related issues as strengthening mechanisms, mechanical properties, fracture and fatigue behavior, and physical and chemical properties. The properties of this material at high strain rates are therefore needed for properly analysis and design of such structures.

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Therefore, the full test matrix had 18 different materials, covering a wide range of commercial by: This paper presents the mechanical behavior of advanced high strength steel, Dual Phase steel (DP) at high strain rates (s-1 - s-1) under tensile loading. The mechanical behavior of materials depends on the loading rates.

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Developed equation includes an empirically estimated term which takes into account softening effects of the composite due to reinforcement damages at a large strain.

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