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A self-consistent model in the local residual stress evaluation of 316H stainless steel

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The residual stresses in materials have a considerable effect on the mechanical properties, including creep and failure behaviour. Due to elastic and plastic anisotropy, differently oriented grains will exhibit different mechanical responses for a given macroscopic stress, leading to a variation of stresses within the grains. Experimental studies of meso-scale residual stress evolution can be used to validate crystal based plasticity and hardening models. In this paper, a self-consistent mode...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Engineering Science
Role:
Author
Publisher:
International Conference on Fracture Publisher's website
Volume:
4
Pages:
3351-3360
Publication date:
2013-06-16
URN:
uuid:603b7f75-36e6-479f-af6e-c329ce0645b2
Source identifiers:
463776
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pubs:463776
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