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Plastic Collapse of Cylinders Under Constrained Conditions

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A. Abdul-Latif

ERBEM, Université Paris 8, IUT de Tremblay, 93290 Tremblay-en-France, Francee-mail: aabdul@iu2t.univ-paris8.fr

K. Nesnas

GSM/LASMIS, Université de Technologie de Troyes, B.P. 2060, 10010 Troyes cedex, France

J. Eng. Mater. Technol 125(2), 215-221 (Apr 04, 2003) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1543970 History: Received December 04, 2001; Revised July 03, 2002; Online April 04, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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Figures

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Sectioned view of the assembled rig of the constrained situation tests
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Load-deflection characteristics at different strain rates in the deformable-deformable (DD) situation for the specimens of R=0.348
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Load-deflection characteristics at different strain rates in the deformable-nondeformable (DND) situation for the specimens of R=0
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Variation of energy absorbed per unit volume versus R for the deformable-deformable (DD) situation under the three strain rates for δ=8 mm
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Experimental comparison between the mechanical behaviors of the four used cylinders in the deformable-deformable case under representative strain rate of 7×10−3/s
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Experimental comparison between the mechanical behaviors of the four used cylinders in the deformable-deformable case under representative strain rate of 1.8×10−3/s
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Variation of energy absorbed per unit volume versus R for the deformable-nondeformable (DND) situation under the three strain rates for δ=6 mm
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Profiles of projected cross sections of hollow cylinders at R=0.348 after deformation in (a) DD and (b) DND situations (numerical and experimental comparison)
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Finite element mesh for (a) DD situation for (1) R=0.348, (2) R=0 and (b) DND situation for (1) R=0.348, (2) R=0
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Plastic strain distribution at compressive speed of 5 mm/min for R=0.348 (a) δ=4, (b) δ=4, (c) δ=10 mm, R=0, (d) δ=4, and (e) δ=9 mm in the case of DD situation
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Plastic strain distribution at compressive speed of 5 mm/min for R=0.348 (a) δ=3, (b) δ=6, (c) δ=9 mm, R=0, (d) δ=4, and (e) δ=7 mm in the case of DND situation

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