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Interaction between ductile damage and texture evolution in finite polycrystalline elastoplasticity

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In this paper, a multiscale model of ductile damage and its effects on the inelastic behavior of face centered cubic polycrystalline metallic materials, such as the evolution of their crystallographic textures, are investigated. The constitutive equations are written in the framework of rate-dependent polycrystalline plasticity at the microscopic scale. Plasticity and damage are coupled through a ductile damage variable introduced at the scale of the crystallographic slip systems of each grain. When homogenized to the macro-scale, this becomes an approximate phenomenological measure of the macroscopic ductile damage which can describe the material degradation by initiation, growth, and coalescence of micro-defects. In this paper, thermally activated intergranular (or creep) damage is not taken into account. Both theoretical and numerical aspects of the model are presented. The model is implemented into a general-purpose finite element code in order to analyze the effects of texture evolution and ductile damage initiation in the grains with favorably oriented slip systems. The capability of the proposed model to predict the plastic strain localization and the induced textural evolution, as well as the effects of the ductile damage and its evolution up to the final macroscopic failure are studied for a classical tensile loading path, applied to a representative volume element and to a 3D tensile specimen on which a parametric study has been carried out.
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hal-02278933 , version 1 (04-09-2019)

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Neila Hfaiedh, Arjen Roos, Houssem Badreddine, Khemais Saanouni. Interaction between ductile damage and texture evolution in finite polycrystalline elastoplasticity. International Journal of Damage Mechanics, 2018, 28 (4), pp.481-501. ⟨10.1177/1056789518775179⟩. ⟨hal-02278933⟩

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