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صفحه نخست /Shear behavior of AZ80 Mg ...
عنوان
Shear behavior of AZ80 Mg alloy using experimental, theoretical and numerical techniques
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کلیدواژه‌ها
shear punch test; Mohr−Coulomb theory; shear behavior; AZ80 Mg alloy; numerical simulation
چکیده
The shear punch test (SPT) is a suitable experiment for characterizing the shear behavior of various materials, especially where there are volume limitations. In the present investigation, the relations among various parameters such as clearance, die diameter and sample thickness, and the yield and ultimate shear strengths of AZ80 Mg alloy were studied. Moreover, based on the Mohr−Coulomb theory, relatively optimum conditions were introduced for the shear punch test. With this regard, a range of 2%−10% is found to be suitable for the clearance/sheet thickness ratio. To provide a simple shear stress state during a shear punch test, it is also necessary to select the die diameter/sheet thickness ratio between 2:1 and 10:1. Based on the predictions of the Mohr−Coulomb theory, it is better to conduct a room-temperature shear punch test with a sample thickness of 0.5 mm, a clearance of 25 μm and a die diameter of 2 mm. Finally, the mean conversion factors to gain the tensile and compressive yield strengths of the cast AZ80 from its shear one are found to be 1.70 and 3.09, respectively.
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