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A theory of anisotropic ductile fracture is outlined and applied to predict failure in a low alloy steel. The theory accounts for initial anisotropy and microstructure evolution (plastic anisotropy,… (More)
Abstract Pushing the internal or external dimensions of metallic alloys down to the nanometer scale gives rise to strong materials, though most often at the expense of a low ductility and a low… (More)
Understanding the role of triaxiality is key in the damage evolution of engineering alloys. In low symmetry materials, e.g. magnesium, the role of triaxiality in damage evolution is complicated by… (More)
Abstract The problem of strain localization in a tensile specimen is revisited in three dimensions for materials exhibiting rate-dependent behavior typical of amorphous glassy polymers. Finite… (More)
Micro-inertia effects have been included in a micro-mechanical model of void coalescence by necking of intervoid ligaments. A hollow cylindrical unit-cell model is considered. Inertia effects at the… (More)