THE INFLUENCE OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES AND OPTICAL MEASUREMENT METHODS ON THE DAMAGE BEHAVIOR OF HX340LAD MICRO-ALLOYED STEELS

Authors

  • Mortaza Otroshi Laboratory for Material and Joining Technology, Paderborn University, Paderborn, 33098, Germany
  • Gerson Meschut Laboratory for Material and Joining Technology, Paderborn University, Paderborn, 33098, Germany
  • Aathavan Nesakumar Laboratory for Material and Joining Technology, Paderborn University, Paderborn, 33098, Germany

Keywords:

Damage behaviour, Stress triaxiality, Manufacturing process , Optical measurement.

Abstract

This study deals with the damage behavior of metallic materials by the application of different manufacturing processes and using different optical measurement methods to identify the crack initiation in the damage specimen. The study is intended to highlight the importance of considering manufacturing processes and optical measurement methods in a numerical simulation when analyzing the damage behavior of metallic materials. To describe the damage behavior of the material in the process chain simulations, it is important to calibrate the parameters of damage model more accurately. These parameters are determined using experimental investigation of desired damage specimens. In this regard, a selected damage specimen manufactured by different cutting processes is first experimentally and then numerically investigated. It is shown that the manufacturing process and the optical measurement methods influence the stress state analyzed in the numerical simulation.

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Published

2021-10-01

How to Cite

[1]
M. Otroshi, G. Meschut, and A. Nesakumar, “THE INFLUENCE OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES AND OPTICAL MEASUREMENT METHODS ON THE DAMAGE BEHAVIOR OF HX340LAD MICRO-ALLOYED STEELS”, JME, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 070–076, Oct. 2021.