Measurement of shear deformation behavior in thickness direction for a mild steel sheet

Measurement of shear deformation behavior in thickness direction for a mild steel sheet


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Abstract. The anisotropy parameter of the through-thickness shear for a hot-rolled mild steel sheet was determined by comparing the measured and simulated deformation behaviors. A tensile test using a strip specimen with a stepped shape in the thickness direction to apply the through-thickness shear deformation at the center of the specimen was conducted. Finite element analyses were performed by changing the anisotropy parameter M of the Hill ’48 yield function. The measured through-thickness shear strain γ_zx was compared with the simulated one to identify the parameter M. In addition, plate compression simulations were performed to evaluate the effect of the through-thickness shear anisotropy on the deformation behavior during plate compression.

Material Modeling, Plate Forging, Shear Deformation

Published online 4/24/2024, 6 pages
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Citation: HAKOYAMA Tomoyuki, HAKOYAMA Chiharu, FURUSATO Daichi, Measurement of shear deformation behavior in thickness direction for a mild steel sheet, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 41, pp 1144-1149, 2024


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