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Effect of residual stress on cavitation instabilities in constrained metal wires

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  • Numerical Calculations Are Carried Out For A Test Specimen Geometry Used By Ashby Et Al
  • To Study Effects Of Ductile Reinforcements In Brittle Materials
  • A Lead Wire Well Bonded To An Outer Glass Cylinder Was Used To Investigate Crack Bridging By Ductile
  • The Main Focus Here Is On A Single Void Growing Very Large In The Metal Wire
  • In The Crack Plane
  • Perhaps Involving A Cavitation Instability
  • Therefore
  • Full Finite Strain Elastic-Plastic Theory Is Used For The Analyses
  • And Remeshing Procedures Are Applied To Avoid Unacceptable Mesh Distortion
  • Residual Stresses Induced By Thermal Contraction Mismatch During Cooling From The Processing Tempera
  • And This Is Quantified By The Analyses

Abstract

Effect of residual stress on cavitation instabilities in constrained metal wires - DTU Orbit (18/06/14) Effect of residual stress on cavitation instabilities in constrained metal wires - DTU Orbit (18/06/14) Tvergaard V. Effect of residual stress on cavitation instabilities in constrained metal wires. Journal of Applied Mechanics. 2004 Jul;71(4):560-566. Available from: 10.1115/1.1767845

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