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Flow/damage surfaces for fiber-reinforced metals having different periodic microstructures

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Cleveland, Ohio], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiber composites.,
  • Metal matrix composites.,
  • Micromechanics.,
  • Finite element method.,
  • Microstructure.,
  • Damage.,
  • Shear stress.,
  • Strain rate.,
  • Transverse loads.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFlow damage surfaces for fiber reinforced metals having different periodic microstructures.
    StatementCliff J. Lissenden, Steven M. Arnold, Saiganesh K. Iyer.
    SeriesNASA/TM -- 1998-208805., NASA technical memorandum -- 208805.
    ContributionsArnold, S. M., Iyer, Saiganesh K., Lewis Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15546642M

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Flow/damage surfaces for fiber-reinforced metals having different periodic microstructures Author links open overlay panel Cliff J.

Lissenden a Steven M. Arnold b Saiganesh K. Iyer a Show moreCited by: Flow/Damage Surfaces for Fiber-Reinforced Metals Having Different Periodic Microstructures Cliff J. Lissenden Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania Steven M.

Arnold Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio Saiganesh K. Iyer Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania November Lissenden et al investigated the inelastic flow of fiberreinforced metals having different microstructures [22].

Specifically rectangular, hexagonal and square diagonal fiber packing arrays. The inelastic flow of a model silicon carbide/ titanium composite system having rectangular, hexagonal, and square diagonal fiber packing arrays subjected to biaxial stresses is quantified by flow/damage surfaces that are determined numerically from micromechanics, using both finite element analysis and the generalized method of cells.

Lissenden CJ, Arnold SM, Iyer SK () Flow/damage surfaces for fiber-reinforced metals having different periodic microstructures. Int J Plast – CrossRef Google Scholar Author: Cliff J.

Lissenden. Publications Courses Professional Activities“Flow/damage surfaces for fiber-reinforced metals having different periodic microstructures,” Int. Plasticity, Vol. 16, pp and B.A. Lerch,“A methodology for determining rate-dependent flow surfaces for inconel ,” Journal of Testing and Evaluation, Vol.

A dramatic flattening of the surface is observed for transverse tensile loading. Although not considered in this work, debonding also occurs under shear loading. In conclusion, flow/damage surfaces need to be determined experimentally for a range of target values as well as different by: 4.

Rate-dependent inelastic flow in metal matrix composites subjected to multiaxial stress states is quantified by flow surfaces, which are geometrically analogous to yield surfaces. The definition. AbstractThis paper evaluates the effectiveness of a new type of shape memory alloy (SMA)/fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) patch for repair of fatigue-sensitive steel.

However, there are also a few white particles of cementite in the micrograph (arrows). Excessive retained austenite in tool steels usually is detrimental to die life, because it may transform to fresh martensite and cause cracking in the die, or reduce die wear resistance.

In the case of a carburized gear tooth, Author: George Vander Voort. Flow/damage surfaces for fiber-reinforced metals having different periodic microstructures Author: Cliff Jesse Lissenden ; S M Arnold ; Saiganesh K Iyer ; Lewis Research Center.

Flow/damage surfaces for fiber-reinforced metals having different periodic microstructures Author: Cliff J Lissenden ; S M Arnold ; Saiganesh K Iyer ; Lewis Research Center. Whisker Toughening of Ceramics: Toughening Mechanisms, Fabrication, and Composite Properties Schematic illustration of the procedure for fabricating PDMS stamps from a master having relief structures on its surface.

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ASM INTERNATIONAL The Materials Information Company ® Publication Information and Contributors Metallography and Microst. A nickel-base alloy, SiC fiber-reinforced titanium, an aluminum alloy, and particlereinforced aluminum have been observed to violate this assumption.

We present a method for constructing yield loci using a proof strain criterion for the permanent strain that relies on cyclic, proportional, probes of the yield by: 8. Metals (ISSN ; CODEN: MBSEC7) is an international peer-reviewed open access journal published monthly online by MDPI.

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Open Access - free for readers, with article processing charges (APC). In the present work, we use the SPS technique to fabricate metallic glass fiber-reinforced metal matrix composites composed of an Al-Zn-Mg-Cu alloy (Al) matrix and Cited by: Figure 1: Typical combinations of power (P) and velocity (V) in various metal AM processes.

Abbreviations: EBF3, electron beam freeform fabrication; LENS, laser-engineered net shaping; SLM, selective Figure 2: Summary of metal additive manufacturing processes, along with their commercial machine supplier by: 7. Representative volume elements of porous microstructures, having four different pore morphologies, are reconstructed using random sequential adsorption algorithm.

Consideration of pore morphology can give qualitative information on deformation behaviors of porous metals, and thus may be helpful to design and optimize of the materials. A multiscale modelling approach was developed in order to estimate the effect of defects on the strength of unidirectional carbon fiber composites.

The work encompasses a micromechanics approach, where the known reinforcement and matrix properties are experimentally verified and a 3D finite element model is meshed directly from by: 2. The elemental composition and distribution of sample surface have been analyzed. Their microstructures were highly porous.

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A point defect where an atom is replaced by a different atom on the periodic table. How fast different microstructures form and ways in which they evolve. After processing, a suitable etchant is applied to the polished metal surface to reveal microstructural constituents (grain boundaries, distribution and morphology of iron carbides, etc.) Metallographic analysis of the mounted, polished, and etched sections of metal is performed with a.

Efforts in experimentally examining the damage mechanisms of short fiber reinforced thermoplastics through in-situ scanning electron microscopy have shown that under tensile loads, damage Author: Imad Hanhan, Ronald F. Agyei, Xianghui Xiao, Xianghui Xiao, Michael D.

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In order to build a fiber-reinforced composites yield surface, equivalent plastic strain εps = is used to investigate the biaxial yield response of composites in this paper.

For each condition, biaxial yield responses are mapped out by a constant strain ratio, namely, εxx / εyy = constant or εxx / εxy = by: 4.

Some elements, namely those in the first two columns of the periodic table (IA and IIA) and the transition metals (e.g., Co, Mn, Ni), not only have a propensity for two atoms to share electrons such as in a covalent bond, but also have a tendency for large groups of atoms to come together and share valence.

Quayyum, M. Sengupta, G. Choi, C.J. Lissenden, T. Hassan,“Fatigue and ratcheting experimental responses of Alloy under high temperature multiaxial. Mechanical properties related to the microstructure of seven different fiber reinforced composite posts Víctor Alonso de la Peña 1, Iria L Darriba *, Martín Caserío Valea, Francisco Guitián Rivera2 1Department of Surgery and Medical and Surgical Specialties, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Santiago de.

Three-dimensional periodic microstructures have a capability to functionalize the metallic surfaces for optical reflection and diffraction devices and for stamping die and injection mold to transcribe their negative textures onto metallic and polymer sheets.

Figure 14 depicts the periodic microstructures formed on the aluminum and AISI steel Cited by: 4. Cracks and other types of damage on a microscopic level have been shown to change thermal, electrical, and acoustical properties of materials, and the propagation of cracks can lead to eventual failure of the material.

In general, cracks are hard to detect at an early stage, and manual intervention is required for periodic inspections and repairs.

@article{osti_, title = {Effect of loading rate on the monotonic tensile behavior of a continuous-fiber-reinforced glass-ceramic matrix composite}, author = {Soerensen, B F and Holmes, J W}, abstractNote = {The stress-strain behavior of a continuous-fiber-reinforced ceramic matrix composite has been measured over a wide range of loading rates ( to MPa/s).

An investigation was made into the effect of microstructure on the peak toughness and shape of the crack growth resistance curves for two ceramic-metal composites. An AI/Al composite formed by Reactive Metal Penetration was used along with an AWAl composite formed using a reactive infitration : D.T.

Ellerby, B.D. Flinn, W.D. Scott, R.K. Bordia, K.G. Ewsuk, R.E. Loehman, W.G. Fahrenholtz. Metals with wide stacking faults (low SFE) strain-harden more rapidly, twin easily on annealing, and show a different temperature dependence of low stress than metals with narrow stacking faults.

• Metals with high SFE have a deformation substructure of dislocation tangles and cells, while low-SFE metals show a deformation substructure of.Microstructure and phase stress partition of Mo fiber reinforced CuZnAl composite.

Feng Yang 1,2, Dingrui Ni3, shijie hao, 5Sirui Li2, Zongyi Ma3, Yinong Liu4, Chun Feng, Lishan Cui1,2a). 1State Key Laboratory of Heavy Oil Processing, China University of Petroleum-Beijing, BeijingChina. 2Department of Materials Scienceand Engineering, China University of Petroleum-Beijing.A disk specimen of silicon carbide continuous fiber reinforced aluminum is used to study the response of the composite to biaxial tensile flexure.

The maximum surface principal tensile strain is constant within a radius of mm from the center of the disk. The strain is found to be sensitive to the damage introduced in the composite during.