By Professor Jean Lemaitre, Professor Rodrigue Desmorat (auth.)
Engineering harm Mechanics is intentionally orientated towards functions of Continuum harm Mechanics to disasters of mechanical and civil engineering elements in ductile, creep, fatigue and brittle stipulations based upon the thermomechanical loading and the fabrics: metals and alloys, polymers, elastomers, composites, concretes. however, to aid engineers, researchers, newbies or no longer, the 1st chapters are dedicated to the most recommendations of wear mechanics and to the linked computational tools.
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It represents the translation of the yield surface as X deﬁnes the center of the current elastic domain in the stress space.
From the two last equations the damage is evaluated as D =1− ˜ σy H . 85) This method gives about the same results as the elasticity changes but, with some care, it allows for the measurement of surface damage ﬁelds with in situ measurements (R. Billardon and J. Dufailly 1987). 3 Measurement of Damage 23 sometimes exist in zones subjected to high gradients of plastic strains and which may artiﬁcially increase or decrease the hardness. The damage here is measured in compression by use of the coupling between plasticity and damage.
1. From the tensile curve you can obtain the following: – Elasticity modulus E = 200000 MPa. 3. – Yield stress σy = 375 MPa. – Conventional yield stress σy02 = 380 MPa. – Ultimate stress: σu = 474 MPa. 15. 3. 6. 2. The W¨ ohler curve yields – Asymptotic fatigue limit σf∞ = 180 MPa. If the asymptotic fatigue limit cannot be estimated take the engineering fatigue limit σf instead. – Low cycle fatigue tests corresponding to NR ≈ 10 and NR ≈ 1000 cycles: 1. 027, mean value NR1 = 10 cycles, 2. 4, m = 6.