Simulation of the small punch creep test with consideration of variation of material properties

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Abstract

A new finite element model of the small punch creep test is described. The material constitutive relationship for creep considered is a simple Norton power law: in this study the exponent in the power law is varied for each element to simulate the random behaviour of creep. The influence of this random variation, and the effect of the friction factor between the punch and specimen, on the deformation and stress field has been investigated.
LanguageEnglish
Pages1-4
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 3 May 2009
Event17th UK Conference on Computational Mechanics, ACME UK - London, UK
Duration: 6 Apr 20098 Apr 2009

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Conference17th UK Conference on Computational Mechanics, ACME UK
CityLondon, UK
Period6/04/098/04/09

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Creep
Material Properties
Materials properties
Power Law
Simulation
Stress Field
Finite Element Model
Friction
Exponent

Keywords

  • creep
  • small punch test
  • random behaviour
  • finite element method

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Pan, W., Boyle, J., & Mackenzie, D. (2009). Simulation of the small punch creep test with consideration of variation of material properties. 1-4. Paper presented at 17th UK Conference on Computational Mechanics, ACME UK, London, UK, .
Pan, W. ; Boyle, J. ; Mackenzie, D. / Simulation of the small punch creep test with consideration of variation of material properties. Paper presented at 17th UK Conference on Computational Mechanics, ACME UK, London, UK, .4 p.
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