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http://hdl.handle.net/10985/19944
Periodic smoothing splines for FFT-based solvers
MORIN, Léo; BRENNER, Renald; DERRIEN, Katell; DORHMI, Khaoula
The aim of this paper is to develop a periodic smoother based on splines for FFT-based solvers. Spurious oscillations in FFT-based methods are shown to be due to pseudo-spectral differentiation of discontinuous fields. An automatic smoother based on polynomial splines is developed, which permits to add smoothness to initial material properties. The method, which is applied in various problems including conductivity, elasticity and field dislocation mechanics, improves significantly the local fields and reduces spurious oscillations.
Fri, 01 Jan 2021 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/199442021-01-01T00:00:00ZMORIN, LéoBRENNER, RenaldDERRIEN, KatellDORHMI, KhaoulaThe aim of this paper is to develop a periodic smoother based on splines for FFT-based solvers. Spurious oscillations in FFT-based methods are shown to be due to pseudo-spectral differentiation of discontinuous fields. An automatic smoother based on polynomial splines is developed, which permits to add smoothness to initial material properties. The method, which is applied in various problems including conductivity, elasticity and field dislocation mechanics, improves significantly the local fields and reduces spurious oscillations.A self-consistent estimate for linear viscoelastic polycrystals with internal variables inferred from the collocation method
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/10144
A self-consistent estimate for linear viscoelastic polycrystals with internal variables inferred from the collocation method
VU, QH; BRENNER, Renald; CASTELNAU, Olivier; MOULINEC, H; SUQUET, P
The correspondence principle is customarily used with the Laplace–Carson transform technique to tackle the homogenization of linear viscoelastic heterogeneous media. The main drawback of this method lies in the fact that the whole stress and strain histories have to be considered to compute the mechanical response of the material during a given macroscopic loading. Following a remark of Mandel (1966 Mécanique des Milieux Continus(Paris, France: Gauthier-Villars)), Ricaud and Masson (2009 Int. J. Solids Struct. 46 1599–1606) have shown the equivalence between the collocation method used to invert Laplace–Carson transforms and an internal variables formulation. In this paper, this new method is developed for the case of polycrystalline materials with general anisotropic properties for local and macroscopic behavior. Applications are provided for the case of constitutive relations accounting for glide of dislocations on particular slip systems. It is shown that the method yields accurate results that perfectly match the standard collocation method and reference full-field results obtained with a FFT numerical scheme. The formulation is then extended to the case of time- and strain-dependent viscous properties, leading to the incremental collocation method (ICM) that can be solved efficiently by a step-by-step procedure. Specifically, the introduction of isotropic and kinematic hardening at the slip system scale is considered.
Sun, 01 Jan 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/101442012-01-01T00:00:00ZVU, QHBRENNER, RenaldCASTELNAU, OlivierMOULINEC, HSUQUET, PThe correspondence principle is customarily used with the Laplace–Carson transform technique to tackle the homogenization of linear viscoelastic heterogeneous media. The main drawback of this method lies in the fact that the whole stress and strain histories have to be considered to compute the mechanical response of the material during a given macroscopic loading. Following a remark of Mandel (1966 Mécanique des Milieux Continus(Paris, France: Gauthier-Villars)), Ricaud and Masson (2009 Int. J. Solids Struct. 46 1599–1606) have shown the equivalence between the collocation method used to invert Laplace–Carson transforms and an internal variables formulation. In this paper, this new method is developed for the case of polycrystalline materials with general anisotropic properties for local and macroscopic behavior. Applications are provided for the case of constitutive relations accounting for glide of dislocations on particular slip systems. It is shown that the method yields accurate results that perfectly match the standard collocation method and reference full-field results obtained with a FFT numerical scheme. The formulation is then extended to the case of time- and strain-dependent viscous properties, leading to the incremental collocation method (ICM) that can be solved efficiently by a step-by-step procedure. Specifically, the introduction of isotropic and kinematic hardening at the slip system scale is considered.A model of porous plastic single crystals based on fractal slip lines distribution
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/22240
A model of porous plastic single crystals based on fractal slip lines distribution
PAUX, Joseph; MORIN, Léo; BRENNER, Renald
The ductile failure of crystalline materials is strongly linked to the growth of intragranular voids. The estimation of the overall yield criterion thus requires to take into account the anisotropic plastic behavior of the single crystal. In the framework of the kinematic limit-analysis approach, this problem has been considered up to now with Gurson-type isotropic trial velocity fields. In the present work, a different class of piecewise constant velocity fields is proposed based on a detailed analysis of FFT numerical results on the strain localization in porous single crystals with periodic distributions of voids. This original approach is implemented for the model 2D problem of a square or hexagonal array of cylindrical voids in a hexagonal close-packed single crystal with in-plane prismatic slip systems. For equibiaxial loadings, the assumption of discontinuous velocity field provides a good approximation of the smooth jumps observed in the numerical results. Consistently, this new proposal leads to a significant improvement on the macroscopic yield stress with respect to the estimate based on an isotropic velocity field. Our theoretical estimate almost coincides with the FFT numerical results for all the unit-cells and crystalline orientations considered.
Sat, 01 Oct 2022 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/222402022-10-01T00:00:00ZPAUX, JosephMORIN, LéoBRENNER, RenaldThe ductile failure of crystalline materials is strongly linked to the growth of intragranular voids. The estimation of the overall yield criterion thus requires to take into account the anisotropic plastic behavior of the single crystal. In the framework of the kinematic limit-analysis approach, this problem has been considered up to now with Gurson-type isotropic trial velocity fields. In the present work, a different class of piecewise constant velocity fields is proposed based on a detailed analysis of FFT numerical results on the strain localization in porous single crystals with periodic distributions of voids. This original approach is implemented for the model 2D problem of a square or hexagonal array of cylindrical voids in a hexagonal close-packed single crystal with in-plane prismatic slip systems. For equibiaxial loadings, the assumption of discontinuous velocity field provides a good approximation of the smooth jumps observed in the numerical results. Consistently, this new proposal leads to a significant improvement on the macroscopic yield stress with respect to the estimate based on an isotropic velocity field. Our theoretical estimate almost coincides with the FFT numerical results for all the unit-cells and crystalline orientations considered.A model of porous plastic single crystals based on fractal slip lines distribution
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/22720
A model of porous plastic single crystals based on fractal slip lines distribution
PAUX, Joseph; MORIN, Léo; BRENNER, Renald
The ductile failure of crystalline materials is strongly linked to the growth of intragranular voids. The estimation of the overall yield criterion thus requires to take into account the anisotropic plastic behavior of the single crystal. In the framework of the kinematic limit-analysis approach, this problem has been considered up to now with Gurson-type isotropic trial velocity fields. In
the present work, a different class of piecewise constant velocity fields is proposed based on a detailed analysis of FFT numerical results on the strain localization in porous single crystals with periodic distributions of voids. This original approach is implemented for the model 2D problem of a square or hexagonal array of cylindrical voids in a hexagonal close-packed single crystal with in-plane prismatic slip systems. For equibiaxial loadings, the assumption of discontinuous velocity field provides a good approximation of the smooth jumps observed in the numerical results. Consistently, this new proposal leads to a significant improvement on the macroscopic yield stress with respect to the estimate based on an isotropic velocity field. Our theoretical
estimate almost coincides with the FFT numerical results for all the unit-cells and crystalline orientations considered.
Sat, 01 Oct 2022 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/227202022-10-01T00:00:00ZPAUX, JosephMORIN, LéoBRENNER, RenaldThe ductile failure of crystalline materials is strongly linked to the growth of intragranular voids. The estimation of the overall yield criterion thus requires to take into account the anisotropic plastic behavior of the single crystal. In the framework of the kinematic limit-analysis approach, this problem has been considered up to now with Gurson-type isotropic trial velocity fields. In
the present work, a different class of piecewise constant velocity fields is proposed based on a detailed analysis of FFT numerical results on the strain localization in porous single crystals with periodic distributions of voids. This original approach is implemented for the model 2D problem of a square or hexagonal array of cylindrical voids in a hexagonal close-packed single crystal with in-plane prismatic slip systems. For equibiaxial loadings, the assumption of discontinuous velocity field provides a good approximation of the smooth jumps observed in the numerical results. Consistently, this new proposal leads to a significant improvement on the macroscopic yield stress with respect to the estimate based on an isotropic velocity field. Our theoretical
estimate almost coincides with the FFT numerical results for all the unit-cells and crystalline orientations considered.Peculiar effective elastic anisotropy of nanometric multilayers studied by surface Brillouin scattering
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/10860
Peculiar effective elastic anisotropy of nanometric multilayers studied by surface Brillouin scattering
FAURIE, D; DJEMIA, P; CASTELNAU, Olivier; BRENNER, Renald; BELLIARD, L; GOUDEAU, P; RENAULT, P.-O; LE BOURHIS, E
We show in this paper by using a two-scale transition model that the elastic anisotropy of a thin film specimen can be tuned by appropriate stacking design. The anisotropic behaviour is illustrated for two monophase thin films, namely W which is perfectly elastically isotropic and Au which is strongly elastically anisotropic, and for a nanometric W/Au multilayers. The experimental measurements show that the model capture the elastic anisotropy rather well even for a nanometric multilayer stacking (period of 12 nm) and that the elastic anisotropy of W/Au multilayer is more pronounced than the ones of the two components for a fraction of 50%. This enhanced anisotropy is discussed in view of the multilayer microstructure
Thu, 01 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/108602015-01-01T00:00:00ZFAURIE, DDJEMIA, PCASTELNAU, OlivierBRENNER, RenaldBELLIARD, LGOUDEAU, PRENAULT, P.-OLE BOURHIS, EWe show in this paper by using a two-scale transition model that the elastic anisotropy of a thin film specimen can be tuned by appropriate stacking design. The anisotropic behaviour is illustrated for two monophase thin films, namely W which is perfectly elastically isotropic and Au which is strongly elastically anisotropic, and for a nanometric W/Au multilayers. The experimental measurements show that the model capture the elastic anisotropy rather well even for a nanometric multilayer stacking (period of 12 nm) and that the elastic anisotropy of W/Au multilayer is more pronounced than the ones of the two components for a fraction of 50%. This enhanced anisotropy is discussed in view of the multilayer microstructureFull-field vs. homogenization methods to predict microstructure-property relations for polycrystalline materials
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/18684
Full-field vs. homogenization methods to predict microstructure-property relations for polycrystalline materials
LEBENSOHN, Ricardo A.; PONTE CASTAÑEDA, Pedro; CASTELNAU, Olivier; BRENNER, Renald
In this chapter, we review two recently proposed methodologies, based on crystal plasticity, for the prediction of microstructure-property relations in polycrystalline aggregates. The first, known as the second-order viscoplastic self-consistent (SC) method, is a mean-field theory, while the second, known as the fast Fourier transform (FFT)-based formulation, is a full-field method. The main equations and assumptions underlying both formulations are presented, using a unified notation and pointing out their similarities and differences. Concerning mean-field SC homogenization theories for the prediction of mechanical behavior of nonlinear viscoplastic polycrystals, we carry out detailed comparisons of the different linearization assumptions that can be found in the literature. Then, after validating the FFT-based full-field formulation by comparison with available analytical results, the effective behavior of model material systems predicted by means of different SC approaches are compared with ensemble averages of full-field solutions. These comparisons show that the predictions obtained by means of the second-order SC approach-which incorporates statistical information at grain level beyond first-order, through the second moments of the local field fluctuations inside the constituent grains-are in better agreement with the FFT-based full-field solutions. This is especially true in the cases of highly heterogeneous materials due to strong nonlinearity or single-crystal anisotropy. The second-order SC approach is next applied to the prediction of texture evolution of polycrystalline ice deformed in compression, a case that illustrates the flexibility of this formulation to handle problems involving materials with highly anisotropic local properties. Finally, a full three-dimensional implementation, the FFT-based formulation, is applied to study subgrain texture evolution in copper deformed in tension, with direct input and validation from orientation images. Measurements and simulations agree in that grains with initial orientation near<110>tend to develop higher misorientations. This behavior can be explained in terms of attraction toward the two stable orientations and grain interaction. Only models like the FFT-based formulation that account explicitly for interaction between individual grains are able to capture these effects.
Sat, 01 Jan 2011 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/186842011-01-01T00:00:00ZLEBENSOHN, Ricardo A.PONTE CASTAÑEDA, PedroCASTELNAU, OlivierBRENNER, RenaldIn this chapter, we review two recently proposed methodologies, based on crystal plasticity, for the prediction of microstructure-property relations in polycrystalline aggregates. The first, known as the second-order viscoplastic self-consistent (SC) method, is a mean-field theory, while the second, known as the fast Fourier transform (FFT)-based formulation, is a full-field method. The main equations and assumptions underlying both formulations are presented, using a unified notation and pointing out their similarities and differences. Concerning mean-field SC homogenization theories for the prediction of mechanical behavior of nonlinear viscoplastic polycrystals, we carry out detailed comparisons of the different linearization assumptions that can be found in the literature. Then, after validating the FFT-based full-field formulation by comparison with available analytical results, the effective behavior of model material systems predicted by means of different SC approaches are compared with ensemble averages of full-field solutions. These comparisons show that the predictions obtained by means of the second-order SC approach-which incorporates statistical information at grain level beyond first-order, through the second moments of the local field fluctuations inside the constituent grains-are in better agreement with the FFT-based full-field solutions. This is especially true in the cases of highly heterogeneous materials due to strong nonlinearity or single-crystal anisotropy. The second-order SC approach is next applied to the prediction of texture evolution of polycrystalline ice deformed in compression, a case that illustrates the flexibility of this formulation to handle problems involving materials with highly anisotropic local properties. Finally, a full three-dimensional implementation, the FFT-based formulation, is applied to study subgrain texture evolution in copper deformed in tension, with direct input and validation from orientation images. Measurements and simulations agree in that grains with initial orientation near<110>tend to develop higher misorientations. This behavior can be explained in terms of attraction toward the two stable orientations and grain interaction. Only models like the FFT-based formulation that account explicitly for interaction between individual grains are able to capture these effects.Elastic anisotropy of polycrystalline Au films: Modeling and respective contributions of X-ray diffraction, nanoindentation and Brillouin light scattering
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/15317
Elastic anisotropy of polycrystalline Au films: Modeling and respective contributions of X-ray diffraction, nanoindentation and Brillouin light scattering
FAURIE, Damien; DJÉMIA, Ph; LE BOURHIS, Éric; RENAULT, P.O.; ROUSSIGNÉ, Yves E; CHERIF, Salim Mourad; CASTELNAU, Olivier; PATRIARCHE, Gilles; GOUDEAU, Philippe H.; BRENNER, Renald
Elastic properties of non-textured and {1 1 1}-fiber-textured gold thin films were investigated experimentally by several complementary techniques, namely in situ tensile testing under X-ray diffraction (XRD), nanoindentation and Brillouin light scattering (BLS). Specimens were probed along different directions to reveal the strong effects of elastic anisotropy at the (local) grain and (global) film scales. XRD allows the investigation of both local and global anisotropies, while BLS and nanoindentation are limited to global analyses. A micromechanical model, based on the self-consistent scheme, and accounting for the actual microstructure of the films, is applied to interpret experimental data. Although different types of elastic constants can be determined with the used experimental techniques (static/dynamic, local/global), a good agreement is obtained, showing that comparison of these techniques is feasible when carried out carefully. In particular, the use of a micromechanical model to estimate the effects of the local elastic anisotropy at the film scale is unavoidable. The presented results show that XRD, BLS and nanoindentation should capture anisotropic texture effects on elastic constants measurements for materials with a Zener anisotropy index larger than 2. Conversely, the actual texture of a given specimen should be taken into account for a proper analysis of elastic constants measurements using those three experimental techniques.
Fri, 01 Jan 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/153172010-01-01T00:00:00ZFAURIE, DamienDJÉMIA, PhLE BOURHIS, ÉricRENAULT, P.O.ROUSSIGNÉ, Yves ECHERIF, Salim MouradCASTELNAU, OlivierPATRIARCHE, GillesGOUDEAU, Philippe H.BRENNER, RenaldElastic properties of non-textured and {1 1 1}-fiber-textured gold thin films were investigated experimentally by several complementary techniques, namely in situ tensile testing under X-ray diffraction (XRD), nanoindentation and Brillouin light scattering (BLS). Specimens were probed along different directions to reveal the strong effects of elastic anisotropy at the (local) grain and (global) film scales. XRD allows the investigation of both local and global anisotropies, while BLS and nanoindentation are limited to global analyses. A micromechanical model, based on the self-consistent scheme, and accounting for the actual microstructure of the films, is applied to interpret experimental data. Although different types of elastic constants can be determined with the used experimental techniques (static/dynamic, local/global), a good agreement is obtained, showing that comparison of these techniques is feasible when carried out carefully. In particular, the use of a micromechanical model to estimate the effects of the local elastic anisotropy at the film scale is unavoidable. The presented results show that XRD, BLS and nanoindentation should capture anisotropic texture effects on elastic constants measurements for materials with a Zener anisotropy index larger than 2. Conversely, the actual texture of a given specimen should be taken into account for a proper analysis of elastic constants measurements using those three experimental techniques.Numéro thématique des Comptes Rendus Mécanique en lʼhonneur dʼAndré Zaoui
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/18643
Numéro thématique des Comptes Rendus Mécanique en lʼhonneur dʼAndré Zaoui
BORNERT, M; CASTELNAU, Olivier; PONTE CASTANEDA, P.; SUQUET, Pierre; BRENNER, Renald
La Mécanique des Matériaux a connu, en France et dans le monde, un développement spectaculaire au cours des dernières décennies, rendu à la fois nécessaire par les besoins d’innovation et de sûreté de secteurs industriels comme l’énergie et les transports, et possible par les avancées contemporaines en Physique et en Mécanique des Milieux Continus. Tout matériau est, par nature, hétérogène à une et souvent plusieurs échelles. La prise en compte, à une échelle pertinente, de cette hétérogénéité gouvernant les interactions entre mécanismes élémentaires est bien souvent la clef de la compréhension et de la prédiction du comportement mécanique des matériaux à leur échelle macroscopique d’usage. La Micromécanique des Matériaux, à laquelle ce numéro thématique des Comptes Rendus Mécanique est consacré, a précisément pour objet d’aborder ces problèmes de transition d’échelles. Ce numéro thématique est tout naturellement l’occasion d’honorer l’un des acteurs emblématiques du domaine, André Zaoui, qui a contribué de façon essentielle à l’établissement de la démarche micro–macro sur des bases théoriques rigoureuses validées par une approche expérimentale ambitieuse. Par ses travaux personnels, par la création, en avance sur son temps, d’une équipe de recherche dédiée aux expériences micromécaniques, par ses enseignements et ses actions de structuration de la recherche, André Zaoui a initié, puis constamment encouragé,ce domaine en France, l’ancrant solidement dans un dialogue fructueux entre expériences à petite échelle et modélisation.
Sun, 01 Jan 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/186432012-01-01T00:00:00ZBORNERT, MCASTELNAU, OlivierPONTE CASTANEDA, P.SUQUET, PierreBRENNER, RenaldLa Mécanique des Matériaux a connu, en France et dans le monde, un développement spectaculaire au cours des dernières décennies, rendu à la fois nécessaire par les besoins d’innovation et de sûreté de secteurs industriels comme l’énergie et les transports, et possible par les avancées contemporaines en Physique et en Mécanique des Milieux Continus. Tout matériau est, par nature, hétérogène à une et souvent plusieurs échelles. La prise en compte, à une échelle pertinente, de cette hétérogénéité gouvernant les interactions entre mécanismes élémentaires est bien souvent la clef de la compréhension et de la prédiction du comportement mécanique des matériaux à leur échelle macroscopique d’usage. La Micromécanique des Matériaux, à laquelle ce numéro thématique des Comptes Rendus Mécanique est consacré, a précisément pour objet d’aborder ces problèmes de transition d’échelles. Ce numéro thématique est tout naturellement l’occasion d’honorer l’un des acteurs emblématiques du domaine, André Zaoui, qui a contribué de façon essentielle à l’établissement de la démarche micro–macro sur des bases théoriques rigoureuses validées par une approche expérimentale ambitieuse. Par ses travaux personnels, par la création, en avance sur son temps, d’une équipe de recherche dédiée aux expériences micromécaniques, par ses enseignements et ses actions de structuration de la recherche, André Zaoui a initié, puis constamment encouragé,ce domaine en France, l’ancrant solidement dans un dialogue fructueux entre expériences à petite échelle et modélisation.Numerical simulation of model problems in plasticity based on field dislocation mechanics
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/18365
Numerical simulation of model problems in plasticity based on field dislocation mechanics
MORIN, Léo; SUQUET, Pierre M.; BRENNER, Renald
The aim of this paper is to investigate the numerical implementation of the field dislocation mechanics (FDM) theory for the simulation of dislocation-mediated plasticity. First, the mesoscale FDM theory of Acharya and Roy (2006 J. Mech. Phys. Solids 54 1687-710) is recalled which permits to express the set of equations under the form of a static problem, corresponding to the determination of the local stress field for a given dislocation density distribution, complemented by an evolution problem, corresponding to the transport of the dislocation density. The static problem is solved using FFT-based techniques (Brenner et al 2014 Phil. Mag. 94 1764-87). The main contribution of the present study is an efficient numerical scheme based on high resolution Godunov-type solvers to solve the evolution problem. Model problems of dislocation-mediated plasticity are finally considered in a simplified layer case. First, uncoupled problems with uniform velocity are considered, which permits to reproduce annihilation of dislocations and expansion of dislocation loops. Then, the FDM theory is applied to several problems of dislocation microstructures subjected to a mechanical loading.
Tue, 01 Jan 2019 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/183652019-01-01T00:00:00ZMORIN, LéoSUQUET, Pierre M.BRENNER, RenaldThe aim of this paper is to investigate the numerical implementation of the field dislocation mechanics (FDM) theory for the simulation of dislocation-mediated plasticity. First, the mesoscale FDM theory of Acharya and Roy (2006 J. Mech. Phys. Solids 54 1687-710) is recalled which permits to express the set of equations under the form of a static problem, corresponding to the determination of the local stress field for a given dislocation density distribution, complemented by an evolution problem, corresponding to the transport of the dislocation density. The static problem is solved using FFT-based techniques (Brenner et al 2014 Phil. Mag. 94 1764-87). The main contribution of the present study is an efficient numerical scheme based on high resolution Godunov-type solvers to solve the evolution problem. Model problems of dislocation-mediated plasticity are finally considered in a simplified layer case. First, uncoupled problems with uniform velocity are considered, which permits to reproduce annihilation of dislocations and expansion of dislocation loops. Then, the FDM theory is applied to several problems of dislocation microstructures subjected to a mechanical loading.Incremental homogenization approach for ageing viscoelastic polycrystals
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/10173
Incremental homogenization approach for ageing viscoelastic polycrystals
MASSON, Renaud; BRENNER, Renald; CASTELNAU, Olivier
An approximate self-consistent modelling is proposed to estimate the effective viscoelastic response of polycrystals presenting an ageing constitutive behaviour. This approach makes use of the equivalence between the Dirichlet series approximation of the viscoelastic functions and an internal variables formulation. An illustrative application is performed for model 2D polycrystals for which the exact expression of the continuous effective relaxation spectrum is given
Sun, 01 Jan 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/101732012-01-01T00:00:00ZMASSON, RenaudBRENNER, RenaldCASTELNAU, OlivierAn approximate self-consistent modelling is proposed to estimate the effective viscoelastic response of polycrystals presenting an ageing constitutive behaviour. This approach makes use of the equivalence between the Dirichlet series approximation of the viscoelastic functions and an internal variables formulation. An illustrative application is performed for model 2D polycrystals for which the exact expression of the continuous effective relaxation spectrum is given