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The temperature and strain-rate dependence of the shear

(1970).The temperature and strain-rate dependence of the shear strength of mild steel.The Philosophical Magazine A Journal of Theoretical Experimental and Applied Physics Vol.Temperature dependence of the plastic flow of high-purity The crystals were deformed with an initial applied plastic strain rate of this is strongly influenced by changes of the slip systems towards the low-temperature regime below about 230 K.Consequences of these features for work hardening and its dependence on temperature,flow stress,critical resolved shear stress are analysed and discussedTemperature and strain rate dependence of yield strain and Jung Yul Lim,Sang Yong Kim,Yield Strain Behavior of Poly(ethylene terephthalate) Correlation with Yield Stress Behavior in Strain Rate,Temperature,and Structure Dependence,Polymer Journal,10.1295/polymj.36.769,36,9,(769-773),(2004).

Temperature and strain rate dependence of the tensile

perature and strain rate dependence of the tensile yield stress of PVC.According to the authors,the data could be described by an equation derived from the Ree-Eyring theory U T + A,sinh-'( C,$ ex.[$]) (1) where u is the yield stress,i the strain rate,T the absolute temperature,k Boltzmann's constant andTemperature and strain rate dependence of the tensile perature and strain rate dependence of the tensile yield stress of PVC.According to the authors,the data could be described by an equation derived from the Ree-Eyring theory U T + A,sinh-'( C,$ ex.[$]) (1) where u is the yield stress,i the strain rate,T the absolute temperature,k Boltzmann's constant andTemperature and Strain-Rate Dependence of the FlowThe effect of temperature and strain rate on the flow stress of -AgMg single crystals was investigated in the temperature range of 77 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#176; to 900 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#176;K and strain-rate range of 10 -4 to 10 4 sec -1 .The low-temperature data were found to obey the predictions of the Peierls mechanism up to strain rates of 1.8 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#215;10 4 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperaturegt; sec Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperaturelt;SUP Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperaturegt;-1 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperaturelt;/SUP Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperaturegt;.

Temperature and Strain-Rate Dependence of Surface

Temperature and Strain-Rate Dependence of Surface Dislocation Nucleation Ting Zhu,1,* Ju Li,2 Amit Samanta,2 Austin Leach,3 and Ken Gall3,1 1Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering,Georgia Institute of Technology,Atlanta,Georgia 30332,USA 2Department of Materials Science and Engineering,University of Pennsylvania,Philadelphia,Pennsylvania 19104,USATemperature and Strain Rate Dependence of Low-Cycle At 700 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#176;C stress was smaller for the strain rate of 0.4%/min than that for 40%/min.(2) For the relation between the plastic strain range and the number of cycles to failure,the strain rate dependence was scarcely observed at room temperature and 450 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#176;C,but the number of cycles to failure decreased with decreasing strain rate at 600 and 700 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#176;C.StrainRate and Temperature Dependence of the TensileThe dependence of the flow stress of highpurity iron monocrystals on temperature and strain rate,measured by successive tensile deformations at temperatures between 250 and 340 K and correlated stressrelaxation tests,is analysed by means of Seeger's theory of thermally activated kinkpair formation in screw dislocations.

Strain rate dependence of adhesive joints for the

Adhesive strength and strain show temperature dependence,especially near the glass transition temperature (T g) of the adhesive.Similarly,the fracture toughness is expected to show temperature Strain rate dependence of a crash resistant adhesive as a The results showed a change in the mechanical properties of the adhesive with the variation of strain rate (quasi-static and impact of 3 m/s) and temperature (30,24 and 80 ).With the mechanical properties determined it was possible to define cohesive laws for implementation in finite element simulation,as a function of strain rate and Strain rate and temperature dependence of the mechanical Jul 24,2018 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;Strain rate and temperature dependence of the mechanical properties of polymers A universal time-temperature superposition principle and the uniaxial tensile stress-strain.The glass transition temperature (T g) is about 0.47 for the simulated polymer network (CL400),

Strain rate and temperature dependence of tensile

The strain rate-temperature superposition was held for each composite.The strain rate and temperature dependence of tensile strength of composites could be estimated based on the dependence of the mechanical properties of the matrix resin,the interfacial yield shear strength and the critical fibre length.Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature superplastic deformation in a nanostructured microalloyed steel Article in Materials Letters 243 February 2019 with 117 ReadsStrain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature May 15,2019 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;Therefore,the low temperature superplasticity of the NG/UFG steel was highly strain rate and temperature dependent.4.Conclusions.Low temperature superplasticity of a NG/UFG steel was obtained at 500 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#176;C (0.33 melting point) and 0.00005 s 1 with a tensile strength of 140 MPa and an elongation of 202%.The equiaxed ferrite possessed high

Strain Rate and Temperature Dependence in PVC

Aug 21,2013 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;Kendall M.J.,Siviour C.R.(2014) Strain Rate and Temperature Dependence in PVC.In Song B.,Casem D.,Kimberley J.(eds) Dynamic Behavior of Materials,Volume 1.Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series.Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Previous123456NextStrain rate dependence of a crash resistant adhesive as a The results showed a change in the mechanical properties of the adhesive with the variation of strain rate (quasi-static and impact of 3 m/s) and temperature (30,24 and 80 ).With the mechanical properties determined it was possible to define cohesive laws for implementation in finite element simulation,as a function of strain rate and Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.12345NextTemperature and strain rate dependence of yield strainJung Yul Lim,Sang Yong Kim,Yield Strain Behavior of Poly(ethylene terephthalate) Correlation with Yield Stress Behavior in Strain Rate,Temperature,and Structure Dependence,Polymer Journal,10.1295/polymj.36.769,36,9,(769-773),(2004).

Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Mechanical Properties of Low Density Polyethylene

Aug 10,2016 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;The mechanical properties of polymers,particularly as a function of temperature and strain rate,are key for implementation of these materials in design.In this paper,the compressive response of low density polyethylene (LDPE) was investigated across a range of strain rates and temperatures.The mechanical response was found to be temperature and strain rate dependent,Mechanical Properties of Low Density Polyethylene Aug 10,2016 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;The mechanical properties of polymers,particularly as a function of temperature and strain rate,are key for implementation of these materials in design.In this paper,the compressive response of low density polyethylene (LDPE) was investigated across a range of strain rates and temperatures.The mechanical response was found to be temperature and strain rate dependent,

Mapping strain rate dependence of dislocation-defect

Oct 29,2013 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;Strain rate affects the dislocation interactions and plasticity in materials.Quantitative prediction of dislocationdefect interaction mechanisms and critical stresses as a function of strain rate,reaching down to the experimental deformation conditions much lower than 106 s1,has been an outstanding challenge to traditional atomistic simulations.MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF RUBBER AT HIGH STRAINthe extrapolation of low strain,low strain rate data,the limitations of which are discussed,extrapolations to elevated hydrostatic pressure,and direct determinations using split Hopkinson bar and drop weight testers,as well as miscella- not,that all modes have the same temperature dependence.430 RUBBER CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY VOL Low Temperature Strain Rate Sensitivity of Titanium Alloys Titanium alloys are widely used in many industrial applications such as in aeronautics due to their combination of good mechanical properties,excellent corrosion resistance and low density.The mechanical behaviour of titanium alloys is known to exhibit a peculiar dependence on both deformation temperature and strain rate.Titanium alloys show significant room temperature creep and they are

Low Temperature Strain Rate Sensitivity of Titanium Alloys

Titanium alloys are widely used in many industrial applications such as in aeronautics due to their combination of good mechanical properties,excellent corrosion resistance and low density.The mechanical behaviour of titanium alloys is known to exhibit a peculiar dependence on both deformation temperature and strain rate.Titanium alloys show significant room temperature creep and they are Iron-based superelastic alloys with near-constant critical Aug 14,2020 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;This temperature dependence has driven engineers and scientists to find materials that are insensitive to temperature or even temperature-invariant.A well-established example of a material that has a temperature-invariant property,namely an almost zero thermal expansion,is the Invar alloy Fe-36Ni (where 36 is the mass % of Ni) ( 19 ).Iron-based superelastic alloys with near-constant critical Aug 14,2020 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;This temperature dependence has driven engineers and scientists to find materials that are insensitive to temperature or even temperature-invariant.A well-established example of a material that has a temperature-invariant property,namely an almost zero thermal expansion,is the Invar alloy Fe-36Ni (where 36 is the mass % of Ni) ( 19 ).

Influence of temperature and strain rate on the mechanical

Apr 01,2006 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;For the low strain rates,the yield stress of PAI is weakly dependent on strain rate.We believe that this observation implies that the transition of PAI occurs at a very low temperature.Unfortunately,for this material,we do not find any values in the literature concerning the activation energy or the transition temperature.Influence of strain rate and temperature on the Jul 14,2020 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;At low temperature (750 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#176; C) and high strain rate (10 2 s 1),the studied alloy exhibits a strain rate sensitivity parameter m higher than 0.3 and an elongation of 250% which is lower than that of superplastic materials ( Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperaturegt; 300 %).These two parameters indicate thatFile Size 2MBPage Count 14Temperature and strainrate dependence of the flow stress After cyclic deformation well into saturation at 400 K,the temperature dependence of the flow stress is measured between 80 and 460 K at five different plastic resolved shearstrain rates,,in the range 2 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#215; 10 5 to 6 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#215; 10 3 s 1.

Effects of Temperature and Strain Rate on the Fracture

Jul 18,2018 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;Effects of temperature and strain rate on the fracture behaviors of an Al-Zn-Mg-Cu alloy are investigated by isothermal uniaxial tensile experiments at a wide range of temperatures and strain rates,from room temperature (RT) to 400 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#176;C and from 10 4 s 1 to 10 1 s 1,respectively.Generally,the elevation of temperature leads to the increasing of elongation to fracture and the Effects of Temperature and Strain Rate on Tensile The strain rate dependence was obtained by using specimens similar to those used in the temperature dependence and by performing tensile tests with strain rates between 3.3 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#215; 10 6 and 3.3 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#215; 10 2 s 1 at 296 K.In the tensile tests at strain rates exceeding this range,sheet tensile strain specimens with gauge length of 6 mm,width of Effects of Strain Rate and Temperature on Shearstrain rate/temperature condition by tting the experimental data shown in Fig.2(a) into eq.(1).It is seen that the yield stress,material constant and work hardening coefcient all increase with increasing strain rate.3.2 Strain rate effect and strain rate sensitivity The effects of the strain rate and temperature on the rate and

Cited by 99Publish Year 1987Author M.WernerStrain rate and temperature dependence of the mechanical

Jul 24,2018 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;Strain rate and temperature dependence of the mechanical properties of polymers A universal time-temperature superposition principle and the uniaxial tensile stress-strain.The glass transition temperature (T g) is about 0.47 for the simulated polymer network (CL400),Cited by 3Publish Year 2018Author Wei Tao,Jianxiang Shen,Yulong Chen,Jun Liu,Yangyang Gao,Youping Wu,Liqun Zhang,Mesfin TsigeModelling strain rate and temperature dependentAug 12,2020 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;It was previously demonstrated that dependences of mechanical behaviour of PMMA upon temperature and strain rate can be merged in the dependence upon one unique parameter,i.e.the equivalent strain rate at a reference temperature issued from classical time temperature superposition principle.Chapter 7 Strain-Rate and Temperature Dependence ofStrain-Rate Dependence of Flow Stress The average strain rate during most tensile tests is in the range of 10-3 to 10-2/s,which correspond to time of 30s to 5min to reach a strain of 0.3. When temperature is held constant,stress and strain rate relation can be described by a power-law expression,where m is called the strain-rate

Author Tong Wang,Jun Hu,Lin-Xiu Du,Guo-Sheng Sun,R.D.K.MisraPublish Year 2019Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature

Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature superplastic deformation in a nanostructured microalloyed steel Article in Materials Letters 243 February 2019 with 117 ReadsA Simple RateTemperature Dependent Hyperelastic Model Jun 29,2020 Strain rate and temperature dependence of low temperature#0183;The strong rate and temperature dependence of their properties provides a further motivation for this understanding.In this paper,the relationships between the response of a neoprene rubber at various strain rates and temperatures are investigated,and a simple model making use of the timetemperature superposition (TTS) principle proposed (PDF) Temperature and Strain Rate Dependence of Flow Temperature and Strain Rate Dependence of Flow Stress in Severely Deformed Copper by Accumulative Roll Bonding Article (PDF Available) in Materials transactions 50(1):64-69

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