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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Formability and Fracture of Metal Sheets
Presentation Title Biaxial Tensile Testing Using Laser-deposited Cruciform and Its Extension to Non-proportional Loading
Author(s) Yong Hou, Junying Min, Nan Guo, Jianping Lin, John E. Carsley, Thomas Stoughton, Changwei Lian
On-Site Speaker (Planned) John E. Carsley
Abstract Scope Biaxial tensile testing with the cruciform specimen is useful for calibrating and validating advanced material models to improve simulation accuracy of sheet metal forming. In this study, a laser deposition method was developed to strengthen the arms of cruciform specimens based on ISO16842-2014 to achieve greater plastic deformation in the gauge area. The stress-strain curves under biaxial tension at larger equivalent plastic strain were obtained experimentally for several materials with the aid of digital image correlation (DIC) techniques. Some advanced constitutive models were proposed and calibrated using these experimental data to accurately describing the yield behavior of materials. Additionally, biaxial tensile testing was carried out to deform laser-deposited cruciforms following specific predefined bi-linear strain paths, e.g. equi-biaxial tension followed by plane strain. Accurate stress-strain responses of sheet metals under bi-linear strain paths were characterized.
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