Adam A. Creuziger

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Modeling of sheet metal forming operations requires mechanical properties data at very large tensile strains and various biaxial strain paths. Typically these data are developed along strain ratio paths that are linear and monotonic, but actual forming strain paths are nonlinear and not necessarily monotonically increasing. A unique planar-biaxial testing(More)
A latent hardening model based on binary junction-induced hardening can effectively describe the anisotropy measured in multiaxial tests. However, this approach still has some descriptive and predictive limitations. Recent findings show that binary junctions generated by interactions of pairs of dislocations can only induce short-term hardening effect due(More)
This paper considers the crystallographic texture evolution in a 1008 low carbon steel. The texture evolution along uniaxial, plane strain and balanced biaxial strain states were measured. For uniaxial testing, grains tend to rotate such that the {111}〈11̄0〉 slip directions are aligned with the loading axis. For plane strain and balanced biaxial strain(More)
A technique to quantify the uncertainty in an estimated orientation distribution function (ODF) by propagating the uncertainty from measured pole figures is demonstrated in this paper using Monte Carlo techniques and the Matlab toolbox for quantitative texture analysis. Unlike the uncertainty in the measured pole figures, where small values of intensity(More)
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Lightweighting materials (e.g., advanced high strength steels, aluminum alloys etc.) are increasingly being used by automotive companies as sheet metal components. However, accurate material models are needed for wider adoption. These constitutive material data are often developed by applying biaxial strain paths with cross-shaped (cruciform) specimens.(More)
The determination of residual or applied stress through X-ray or neutron diffraction is generally regarded as a mature method. Most x-ray diffractometers can be used to perform a measurement of lattice strain vs. tilt angle, which is then converted into stress. The apparent simplicity of the conversion (the sinø law comes to mind) betrays the fact that(More)
Four different cruciform sample designs, based on the work of Abu-Farha et al., were studied in this paper. Key features of this design are a recessed pocket with fillet and re-entrant corners. These samples were shown via digital image correlation to achieve widely differing strain values inside and outside the pocket. From the results of these tests,(More)
Constitutive behaviors of an interstitial-free steel sample were measured using an augmented Marciniak experiment. In these tests, multiaxial strain field data of the flat specimens were measured by the digital image correlation technique. In addition, the flow stress was measured using an X-ray diffractometer. The flat specimens in three different(More)