Modelling, identification and application of phenomenological constitutive laws over a large strain rate and temperature range

@inproceedings{Hor2013ModellingIA,
  title={Modelling, identification and application of phenomenological constitutive laws over a large strain rate and temperature range},
  author={A. Dnrrsrt Hor and Franck Morel and Jean-Lou Lebrun and Gu{\'e}na{\"e}l Germain},
  year={2013}
}
A review of the different phenomenological thermo-viscoplastic constitutive models often applied to forging and machining processes is presented. Several of the most common models have been identified using a large experimental database (Hor et al., 2013). The latter consists of the tests were done in compression on cylindrical shaped specimens and in shear using hat-shaped specimens. The comparison between these different models is shown that the group of decoupled empirical constitutive… CONTINUE READING
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