Micromechanically-motivated phenomenological Hosford–Coulomb model for predicting ductile fracture initiation at low stress triaxialities

@inproceedings{Mohr2015MicromechanicallymotivatedPH,
  title={Micromechanically-motivated phenomenological Hosford–Coulomb model for predicting ductile fracture initiation at low stress triaxialities},
  author={Dirk Mohr and Stephane J. Marcadet},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract A phenomenological ductile fracture initiation model for metals is developed for predicting ductile fracture in industrial practice. Its formulation is based on the assumption that the onset of fracture is imminent with the formation of a primary or secondary band of localization. The results from a unit cell analysis on a Levy–von Mises material with spherical defects revealed that a Mohr–Coulomb type of model is suitable for predicting the onset of shear and normal localization. To… CONTINUE READING

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