Microscopic residual stress in metals deformed plastically under multiaxial stress

Kazuo Honda, Takaaki Sarai, Yukihiro Hara

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Abstract

The microscopic and macroscopic residual stresses in metals deformed plastically under multiaxial stress are studied with the models of polycrystals. In the analysis, the Taylor model is adopted for the plastic deformation and the uniform stress and uniform strain models are used for the unloading process after the plastic deformation. The state of microscopic residual stress in a grain changes with the orientation of the crystal and it is much affected by the state of macroscopic stress in the plastic deformation. The microscopic residual stress is different from the macroscopic one. In the case where a compressive residual stress is observed macroscopically, there exists a tensile residual stress in a particular grain. The residual lattice strain is not linearly related to sin2ψ in X-ray stress measurement. The residual lattice strains measured by X-rays agree with the results analyzed by the Taylor model and the uniform stress model.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJSME International Journal, Series 1: Solid Mechanics, Strength of Materials
Pages128-135
Number of pages8
Volume32
Edition1
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1989

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Residual stresses
Plastic deformation
Metals
X rays
Stress measurement
Polycrystals
Unloading
Compressive stress
Tensile stress
Crystal orientation
Crystals

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Honda, K., Sarai, T., & Hara, Y. (1989). Microscopic residual stress in metals deformed plastically under multiaxial stress. In JSME International Journal, Series 1: Solid Mechanics, Strength of Materials (1 ed., Vol. 32, pp. 128-135)

Microscopic residual stress in metals deformed plastically under multiaxial stress. / Honda, Kazuo; Sarai, Takaaki; Hara, Yukihiro.

JSME International Journal, Series 1: Solid Mechanics, Strength of Materials. Vol. 32 1. ed. 1989. p. 128-135.

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Honda, K, Sarai, T & Hara, Y 1989, Microscopic residual stress in metals deformed plastically under multiaxial stress. in JSME International Journal, Series 1: Solid Mechanics, Strength of Materials. 1 edn, vol. 32, pp. 128-135.
Honda K, Sarai T, Hara Y. Microscopic residual stress in metals deformed plastically under multiaxial stress. In JSME International Journal, Series 1: Solid Mechanics, Strength of Materials. 1 ed. Vol. 32. 1989. p. 128-135
Honda, Kazuo ; Sarai, Takaaki ; Hara, Yukihiro. / Microscopic residual stress in metals deformed plastically under multiaxial stress. JSME International Journal, Series 1: Solid Mechanics, Strength of Materials. Vol. 32 1. ed. 1989. pp. 128-135
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