Authors: Sprave, Leon
Menzel, Andreas
Title: A large strain gradient-enhanced ductile damage model
Other Titles: finite element formulation, experiment and parameter identification
Language (ISO): en
Abstract: A gradient-enhanced ductile damage model at finite strains is presented, and its parameters are identified so as to match the behaviour of DP800. Within the micromorphic framework, a multi-surface model coupling isotropic Lemaitre-type damage to von Mises plasticity with nonlinear isotropic hardening is developed. In analogy to the effective stress entering the yield criterion, an effective damage driving force—increasing with increasing plastic strains—entering the damage dissipation potential is proposed. After an outline of the basic model properties, the setup of the (micro)tensile experiment is discussed and the importance of including unloading for a parameter identification with a material model including damage is emphasised. Optimal parameters, based on an objective function including measured forces and the displacement field obtained from digital image correlation, are identified. The response of the proposed model is compared to a tensile experiment of a specimen with a different geometry as a first approach to validate the identified parameters.
Subject Headings: Ductile damage
Gradient-enhanced formulation
Micromorphic model
Parameter identification
DIC measurements
Multi-surface formulation
Subject Headings (RSWK): Scherbruch
Issue Date: 2020-09-30
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