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The DSpace digital repository system captures, stores, indexes, preserves, and distributes digital research material.Sat, 15 Jun 2024 07:15:19 GMT2024-06-15T07:15:19ZAn advanced elastoplastic framework accounting for induced plastic anisotropy fully coupled with ductile damage
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/20500
An advanced elastoplastic framework accounting for induced plastic anisotropy fully coupled with ductile damage
PAUX, J.; BEN BETTAIEB, Mohamed; BADREDDINE, H.; LABERGERE, C.; SAANOUNI, K.; ABED-MERAIM, Farid
We present in this investigation an advanced phenomenological approach combining the computational efficiency of classical phenomenological plasticity models and the accuracy and high resolution of multiscale crystal plasticity schemes. Within this advanced approach, a new phenomenological constitutive framework has been developed and implemented into ABAQUS/Standard finite element (FE) code. Compared to classical approaches, this framework allows accounting for initial and induced plastic anisotropy, isotropic nonlinear hardening and the full coupling with isotropic ductile damage. Material parameters corresponding to this phenomenological constitutive framework are identified based on multiscale polycrystalline simulations, where the self-consistent scheme is used to ensure the transition between the single crystal and polycrystal scales. The single crystal mechanical behavior is assumed to be elastoplastic (rate-independent), and microscopic material degradation is well-considered by introducing a scalar damage variable at each crystallographic slip system for each individual grain. The evolution of polycrystalline yield surfaces, induced by the evolution of crystallographic texture, is accurately reproduced by the new constitutive modeling, where the anisotropy parameters are assumed to evolve during plastic deformation. Their evolution laws are identified based on multiscale simulations. The different identification procedures are presented and extensively discussed. The robustness and reliability of this advanced model are analyzed through some relevant numerical predictions obtained by applying a combined tensile/shear test.
Fri, 01 Jan 2021 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/205002021-01-01T00:00:00ZPAUX, J.BEN BETTAIEB, MohamedBADREDDINE, H.LABERGERE, C.SAANOUNI, K.ABED-MERAIM, Farid We present in this investigation an advanced phenomenological approach combining the computational efficiency of classical phenomenological plasticity models and the accuracy and high resolution of multiscale crystal plasticity schemes. Within this advanced approach, a new phenomenological constitutive framework has been developed and implemented into ABAQUS/Standard finite element (FE) code. Compared to classical approaches, this framework allows accounting for initial and induced plastic anisotropy, isotropic nonlinear hardening and the full coupling with isotropic ductile damage. Material parameters corresponding to this phenomenological constitutive framework are identified based on multiscale polycrystalline simulations, where the self-consistent scheme is used to ensure the transition between the single crystal and polycrystal scales. The single crystal mechanical behavior is assumed to be elastoplastic (rate-independent), and microscopic material degradation is well-considered by introducing a scalar damage variable at each crystallographic slip system for each individual grain. The evolution of polycrystalline yield surfaces, induced by the evolution of crystallographic texture, is accurately reproduced by the new constitutive modeling, where the anisotropy parameters are assumed to evolve during plastic deformation. Their evolution laws are identified based on multiscale simulations. The different identification procedures are presented and extensively discussed. The robustness and reliability of this advanced model are analyzed through some relevant numerical predictions obtained by applying a combined tensile/shear test.An elasto-plastic self-consistent model for damaged polycrystalline materials: Theoretical formulation and numerical implementation
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/19156
An elasto-plastic self-consistent model for damaged polycrystalline materials: Theoretical formulation and numerical implementation
PAUX, J.; BEN BETTAIEB, Mohamed; BADREDDINE, H.; LABERGERE, C.; SAANOUNI, K.; ABED-MERAIM, Farid
Elasto-plastic multiscale approaches are known to be suitable to model the mechanical behavior of metallic materials during forming processes. These approaches are classically adopted to explicitly link relevant microstructural effects to the macroscopic behavior. This paper presents a finite strain elastoplastic self-consistent model for damaged polycrystalline aggregates and its implementation into ABAQUS/Standard finite element (FE) code. Material degradation is modeled by the introduction of a scalar damage variable at each crystallographic slip system for each individual grain. The single crystal plastic flow is described by both the classical and a regularized version of the Schmid criterion. To integrate the single crystal constitutive equations, two new numerical algorithms are developed (one for each plastic flow rule). Then, the proposed single crystal modeling is embedded into the self-consistent scheme to predict the mechanical behavior of elasto-plastic polycrystalline aggregates in the finite strain range. This strategy is implemented into ABAQUS/Standard FE code through a user-defined material (UMAT) subroutine. Special attention is paid to the satisfaction of the incremental objectivity and the efficiency of the convergence of the global resolution scheme, related to the computation of the consistent tangent modulus. The capability of the new constitutive modeling to capture the interaction between the damage evolution and the microstructural properties is highlighted through several simulations at both single crystal and polycrystalline scales. It appears from the numerical tests that the use of the classical Schmid criterion leads to a poor numerical convergence of the self-consistent scheme (due to the abrupt changes in the activity of the slip systems), which sometimes causes the computations to be prematurely stopped. By contrast, the use of the regularized version of the Schmid law allows a better convergence of the self-consistent approach, but induces an important increase in the computation time devoted to the integration of the single crystal constitutive equations (because of the high value of the power-law exponent used to regularize the Schmid yield function). To avoid these difficulties, a numerical strategy is built to combine the benefits of the two approaches: the classical Schmid criterion is used to integrate the single crystal constitutive equations, while its regularized version is used to compute the microscopic tangent modulus required for solving the self-consistent equations. The robustness and the accuracy of this novel numerical strategy are particularly analyzed through several numerical simulations (prediction of the mechanical behavior of polycrystalline aggregates and simulation of a circular cup-drawing forming process).
Wed, 01 Jan 2020 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/191562020-01-01T00:00:00ZPAUX, J.BEN BETTAIEB, MohamedBADREDDINE, H.LABERGERE, C.SAANOUNI, K.ABED-MERAIM, Farid Elasto-plastic multiscale approaches are known to be suitable to model the mechanical behavior of metallic materials during forming processes. These approaches are classically adopted to explicitly link relevant microstructural effects to the macroscopic behavior. This paper presents a finite strain elastoplastic self-consistent model for damaged polycrystalline aggregates and its implementation into ABAQUS/Standard finite element (FE) code. Material degradation is modeled by the introduction of a scalar damage variable at each crystallographic slip system for each individual grain. The single crystal plastic flow is described by both the classical and a regularized version of the Schmid criterion. To integrate the single crystal constitutive equations, two new numerical algorithms are developed (one for each plastic flow rule). Then, the proposed single crystal modeling is embedded into the self-consistent scheme to predict the mechanical behavior of elasto-plastic polycrystalline aggregates in the finite strain range. This strategy is implemented into ABAQUS/Standard FE code through a user-defined material (UMAT) subroutine. Special attention is paid to the satisfaction of the incremental objectivity and the efficiency of the convergence of the global resolution scheme, related to the computation of the consistent tangent modulus. The capability of the new constitutive modeling to capture the interaction between the damage evolution and the microstructural properties is highlighted through several simulations at both single crystal and polycrystalline scales. It appears from the numerical tests that the use of the classical Schmid criterion leads to a poor numerical convergence of the self-consistent scheme (due to the abrupt changes in the activity of the slip systems), which sometimes causes the computations to be prematurely stopped. By contrast, the use of the regularized version of the Schmid law allows a better convergence of the self-consistent approach, but induces an important increase in the computation time devoted to the integration of the single crystal constitutive equations (because of the high value of the power-law exponent used to regularize the Schmid yield function). To avoid these difficulties, a numerical strategy is built to combine the benefits of the two approaches: the classical Schmid criterion is used to integrate the single crystal constitutive equations, while its regularized version is used to compute the microscopic tangent modulus required for solving the self-consistent equations. The robustness and the accuracy of this novel numerical strategy are particularly analyzed through several numerical simulations (prediction of the mechanical behavior of polycrystalline aggregates and simulation of a circular cup-drawing forming process).