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Meeting 2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Coupling Experiments and Modeling to Understand Plasticity and Failure
Presentation Title E-4: Finite Element Simulation of Global Plastic Behavior of Supercritical CO2 Exposed P91 Metal-weld under Tensile Loading
Author(s) Sajedur R. Akanda, Monica Kapoor, Kyle Rozman, ÷mer N. Doğan, Jeffrey A. Hawk
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Sajedur R. Akanda
Abstract Scope The global mechanical behavior, for example, strain hardening of a metal-weld, is a result of the synergistic interaction of the local plasticity of each constituent. Among all the constituents, the heat-affected-zone (HAZ) is the most critical one because it has varying mechanical properties due to its microstructure variation generated by weld thermal cycles and post-weld-heat-treatment. This results in non-uniform plastic-strain accumulations in the softer HAZ under mechanical loading making it susceptible to failure. To capture such a complicated interaction of the local plasticity of heterogenous metal-welds under tensile loading, a finite element simulation model is developed. The inputs of the model are the local yield strength and the strain hardening exponent. A Nano-indentation test integrated with finite element simulation is employed to observe the variation of local properties of each constituent, especially of HAZ. The model is found to simulate the tensile responses of supercritical CO2 exposed P91 metal-welds successfully.
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