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By Pascal Forquin, Rachid Cheriguene (auth.), Tom Proulx (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1461402212

ISBN-13: 9781461402213

Experimental and utilized Mechanics represents one among 8 volumes of technical papers offered on the Society for Experimental Mechanics Annual convention & Exposition on Experimental and utilized Mechanics, held at Uncasville, Connecticut, June 13-16, 2011. the whole set of court cases additionally comprises volumes on Dynamic habit of fabrics, Mechanics of organic platforms and fabrics, demanding situations in Mechanics of Time-Dependent fabrics and methods in traditional and Multifunctional fabrics, MEMS and Nanotechnology; Optical Measurements, Modeling and, Metrology; Experimental and utilized Mechanics, Thermomechanics and Infra-Red Imaging, and Engineering functions of Residual Stress.

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4. 3. Compressive tests, under a rigid spherical indenter Static compression tests have been carried out under a rigid spherical indenter (r=3mm) and deformed zone areas were measured for each test specimen (only base metal) and fractographic analysis were also made for each specimen. This test is a typical damage test to understand the behaviour of the steel sheets containing ceramic reinforcements (Figure 5). The development of this product requires a better understanding of the relationship between crack propagation and microstructure.

Simulations must then be performed on a Representative Element Volume (REV) of the microstructure. Indeed, the spread of the macroscopic response for several distributions of various 25 inclusions is lower than 5%. The generation of the random distribution follows rectangular cylinders filled with identical and aligned cylindrical inclusions. The RVE microstructure is periodic along the 3 directions, allowing us to apply periodic boundary conditions to the external faces of the specimens. 7. MMC Fe-TiB2 under compressive test a) FE model, b) the compressive scheme and b) different model parts and mesh representation The inclusion positioning is constrained by the practical limitation of generating an acceptable FE mesh.

In general, the development of this MMC material is enhanced for many causes, in particular as far as we are looking for improving some roughness properties, we can associate particular attention to the grain size, because when it is reduced at a large scale, the presence of stresses and imperfections introduced by mechanical alloying enhance the roughness property; the overall roughness property is a competition between decrease in grain size and increase in strain. An enhancement of the numerical model to a nano scale can be with a great utility to bring more light and answers on the mechanical improvement of this material.

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