Advanced Methods in Materials Processing Defects, Volume 45

1st Edition

Editors: M. Predeleanu P. Gilormini
Hardcover ISBN: 9780444826701
eBook ISBN: 9780080544892
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 18th June 1997
Page Count: 422
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Table of Contents

Preface. Damage Modeling. On the dynamic cavitation in solids (L. Badea, M. Predeleanu). A ductile damage model including shear stress effect (J.C. Boyer, C. Staub). A mesoscopic approach of ductile damage during cold forming processes (G. Brethenoux et al.). A fully coupled elasto-plastic damage theory for anisotropic materials (J.F. Charles et al.). Mathematical modeling of dynamical deforming and combined microfracture of damageable thermoelastoviscoplastic medium (A.B. Kiselev). A mathematical model for the formation and development of defects in metals (V.L. Kolmogorov et al.). Healing of metal microdefects after cold deformation (V.L. Kolmogorov, S.V. Smirnov). Definition of the form for kinetic equation of damage during the plastic deformation (S.V. Smirnov et al.). Damage Evaluation and Rupture. The influence of critical defect size in a ceramic of alumina elaborated by process sol-gel route (N.A. Almeida Camargo et al.). Defect evolution during machining of brittle materials (A. Chandra et al.). Modeling the influence of gradients in strength on the evolution of damage in metals (P.R. Dawson et al.). On the fracturing of brittle solids with microstructure (I.St. Doltsinis). Fracture prediction of sheet-metal blanking process (R. Hambli et al.). Elastic-plastic finite-element modeling of metal forming with damage evolution (P. Hartley et al.). Processing of zinc oxide varistors: sources of defects and possible measures for their elimination (A.N.M. Karim et al.). Analysis of metallic solid fractures by quasimolecular dynamics (Y.S. Kim, J.Y. Park). Damage framework for the prediction of material defects: identification of the damage material parameters by inverse technique (F. Lauro et al.). Damage influence in the finite element computations for large strains elastoplastic mechanical structures (P. Picart et al.). Mic


This collection of papers focus on advanced methods for predicting and avoiding the occurrence of defects in manufactured products. A new feature is included, namely, the influence of the processing-induced defects on the integrity of structures.

The following topics are developed: damage modeling; damage evaluation and rupture; strain localization and instability analysis; formability characterization; prediction of shape inaccuracies; influence of defects on structural integrity. The main manufacturing operations are covered and various materials are examined, such as new and conventional metal alloys, ceramics, polymers and composites.


For engineers and researchers interested in manufacturing products and materials.


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About the Editors

M. Predeleanu Editor

P. Gilormini Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Laboratoire de Mécanique et Technologie, ENS de Cachan, CNRS, Université de Paris 6, 61 ave. du Président Wilson, 94235, Cachan Cedex, France