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Validation of homogeneous anisotropic hardening approach based on crystal plasticity. / Jeong, Y.; Barlat, F.; Tomé, C.; Wen, W.

In: AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 1769, No. 1, 160001, 19.10.2016.

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Jeong, Y, Barlat, F, Tomé, C & Wen, W 2016, 'Validation of homogeneous anisotropic hardening approach based on crystal plasticity', AIP Conference Proceedings, vol. 1769, no. 1, 160001. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4963544

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Jeong, Y., Barlat, F., Tomé, C., & Wen, W. (2016). Validation of homogeneous anisotropic hardening approach based on crystal plasticity. AIP Conference Proceedings, 1769(1), [160001]. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4963544

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Jeong Y, Barlat F, Tomé C, Wen W. Validation of homogeneous anisotropic hardening approach based on crystal plasticity. AIP Conference Proceedings. 2016 Oct 19;1769(1). 160001. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4963544

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Jeong, Y. ; Barlat, F. ; Tomé, C. ; Wen, W. / Validation of homogeneous anisotropic hardening approach based on crystal plasticity. In: AIP Conference Proceedings. 2016 ; Vol. 1769, No. 1.

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abstract = "The current study investigates constitutive models at two different scales: 1) the micromechanical crystal plasticity framework using a dislocation density-based hardening model [1, 2]; 2) macroscale constitutive model based on a yield function that evolves according to the homogeneous anisotropic hardening (HAH) model [3, 4]. The polycrystalline aggregate, tuned for a low-carbon steel, is used to calculate the evolution of the yield surface during monotonic uniaxial tension. The results of the crystal plasticity model are used to train the anisotropic yield function and HAH parameters to demonstrate the flexibility of the macroscale constitutive approach. Through comparison between the two models, an improved rule for the HAH model is suggested.",
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