Material plastic properties characterization using a generic algorithm and finite element method modelling of the plane-strain small punch test

Wenke Pan, Jim Boyle, Mohd. Ramlan, Craig Dun, Mohd. Ismail, Kenji Hakoda

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Abstract

In this paper, a novel plane strain small punch test (SPT) method is proposed for material plastic properties characterization. The plane strain SPT is different from the standard SPT in the two ways: (a) a long thin rectangular specimen (with dimensions of about 20mm×8mm×0.5mm) is used, and (b) the resulting test tool components - such as punch head and upper and lower die - are also different. The punch head is a prism with a half-circular shape and the upper and lower die consists of left and right long blocks, with a chamfer at each of the inner top corners of the lower die. The tool components have been designed and assembled and the plane strain small punch tests have been performed to obtain the punch force and the corresponding central displacements of the specimen. This information is then used to characterize the material's plastic parameters.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-7
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 26 May 2010
EventSPT Conference 2010 - Ostrava, Czech Republic
Duration: 1 Jan 1900 → …

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ConferenceSPT Conference 2010
CityOstrava, Czech Republic
Period1/01/00 → …

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Keywords

  • plane strain small punch test
  • material properties characterization
  • genetic algorithm
  • finite element method

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Pan, W., Boyle, J., Ramlan, M., Dun, C., Ismail, M., & Hakoda, K. (2010). Material plastic properties characterization using a generic algorithm and finite element method modelling of the plane-strain small punch test. 1-7. Paper presented at SPT Conference 2010, Ostrava, Czech Republic, .
Pan, Wenke ; Boyle, Jim ; Ramlan, Mohd. ; Dun, Craig ; Ismail, Mohd. ; Hakoda, Kenji. / Material plastic properties characterization using a generic algorithm and finite element method modelling of the plane-strain small punch test. Paper presented at SPT Conference 2010, Ostrava, Czech Republic, .7 p.
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Pan W, Boyle J, Ramlan M, Dun C, Ismail M, Hakoda K. Material plastic properties characterization using a generic algorithm and finite element method modelling of the plane-strain small punch test. 2010. Paper presented at SPT Conference 2010, Ostrava, Czech Republic, .