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    Mechanical Testing for Deformation Model Development

    Rohde RW, Swearengen JC
    Published: 1982

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    This publication of 24 technical papers that utilize an interdisciplinary approach to deformation modeling by providing a vehicle for increased communication between analytical mechanics and materials science disciplines. The contents of STP 765 encompass three major subject areas: Implication of Experimental Techniques, Phenomenological Modeling and Applications, and Microstructural Evolution and Derived Models.

    Table of Contents




    The Role of Servocontrolled Testing in the Development of the Theory of Viscoplasticity Based on Total Strain and Overstress

    Time-Independent and Time-Dependent Deformation of Metals

    Determination of First and Second Order Work-Hardening and Rate-Sensitivity Coefficients for Oxygen-Free, High-Conductivity (OFHC) Copper and 99.99 Percent Aluminum

    Creep of Aluminum under Combined Longitudinal and Shear Stresses

    Specimen-Test Machine Coupling and Its Implications for Plastic Deformation Models

    Deformation Modeling and the Strain Transient Dip Test

    Strain Hardening and ‘Strain-Rate Hardening’

    A Unified Creep-Plasticity Model for Halite

    Experimental Investigation of Nonelastic Deformation Emphasizing Transient Phenomena by Using a State Variable Approach

    Prediction of Deformations During Gas-Tungsten-Arc Stationary Welds

    Some Critical Experimental Tests of the MATMOD Constitutive Equations with Respect to Directional Hardening and Cyclic Deformation

    Prediction of Stress-Strain Response under General Multiaxial Loading

    A Relationship Between Theory and Experiment for a State Variable Constitutive Equation

    Strain Rate History Effects in Body-Centered-Cubic Metals

    Cyclic Stress-Strain Behavior of Inconel 718

    A Kinetics Approach to the Derivation and Measurement of the Constitutive Equations of Time-Dependent Deformation

    The Role of Long-Range Internal Back Stresses in Creep of Metals

    Deformation Microstructures and Mechanical Equations of State

    Deformation Modeling in Sodium Chloride at Intermediate and Elevated Temperatures

    Inferring Microscopic Deformation Behavior from the Form of Constitutive Equations for Low-Carbon Steel and 5182-0 Aluminum

    Multiaxial Creep of Textured Zircaloy-4

    Comparison of Predictions of Work-Hardening Theories for Two-Phase Alloys in Terms of Stored Energy: Eutectic Alloys Al-Al3Fe and Al-Al6Fe

    A Deformation Model for Elevated Temperature Including Grain Size Distribution Effects

    An Evaluation of Deformation Models for Grain Boundary Sliding

    An Elevated Temperature Fatigue Crack Model for Stainless Steels


    Committee: E28

    DOI: 10.1520/STP765-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4830-7

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0737-3