By T. Abe, T. Tsuta
AEPA '96 presents a discussion board for dialogue on present advancements in plasticity. An emphasis is put on the shut interplay of the theories from macroplasticity, mesoplasticity and microplasticity including their functions in numerous engineering disciplines equivalent to reliable mechanics, steel forming, structural research, geo-mechanics and micromechanics. those complaints comprise over a hundred and forty papers from the convention together with case reviews exhibiting purposes of plasticity in inter-disciplinary or nonconventional parts.
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Though he had aimed mainly at highway structural applications, he had given some general conclusions worthy of mention. 1. Findley's power law used to model the creep behavior of FRP composite system with good agreement. 2. Schapery's single integral representation with four nonlinear parameters has been used to describe creep behavior of FRP composites under time depending loading the procedure is ease of adaptation to numerical procedure. 3. The creep behavior is strongly dependent on the fiber orientation of the system, if the composite is loaded along direction of the fiber, the time dependency of creep compliance is less affected by the creep behavior of the matrix.
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These models, together with the Armstrong and Frederick model, are briefly described here. , M α=£θζ. (1) We assume further that strain ε is additively decomposed into elastic and inelastic (or plastic) parts: ε=ε? + ερ. -r*=0. ,
Advances in Engineering Plasticity and its Applications (AEPA 1996) by T. Abe, T. Tsuta