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Combined Isotropic-Kinematic Hardening Laws with Anisotropic Back-stress Evolution for Orthotropic Fiber-Reinforced Composites

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Authors
Lee, M. G.; Kim, D.; Chung, K.; Youn, J. R.; Kang, T. J.
Issue Date
2004-04-01
Publisher
Rapra
Citation
Poly. & Poly. Comp., 12 (2004), 225
Keywords
Constitutive equationStrain hardeningFiber reinforced material
Abstract
In order to describe the Bauschinger and transient behavior of orthotropic fiber-reinforced composite solids, a combined isotropic-kinematic hardening law based on the non-linear kinematic hardening rule was considered here, in particular, based on the Chaboche type law. In this modified constitutive law, the anisotropic evolution of the back-stress was properly accounted for. Also, to represent the orthotropy of composite materials, Hill's 1948 quadratic yield function and the orthotropic elasticity constitutive equations were utilized. Furthermore, the numerical formulation to update the stresses was also developed based on the incremental deformation theory for the boundary value problems. Numerical examples confirmed that the new law based on the anisotropic evolution of the back-stress complies well with the constitutive behavior of highly anisotropic materials such as fiber-reinforced composites.
ISSN
0967-3911
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/18934
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