A Modified Johnson–Cook Constitutive Model for the Compressive Flow Behaviors of the SnSbCu Alloy at High Strain Rates
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The SnSbCu alloy is widely used as the material for the main bearing in low-speed marine engines, and an accurate constitutive model is the foundation for studying the frictional behaviors of bearings. In this work, the compressive flow behaviors of the SnSbCu alloy were considered under the different strain rates (1000-5000 s−1) and temperatures (20-110 °C) by quasi-static and split-Hopkinson pressure bar dynamic compression tests. First, the original Johnson–Cook model was used to describe the constitutive relation of the SnSbCu alloy at high strain rates, and the results predicted by the original model showed relatively large errors compared with the experimental results since the coupled effect of temperature and strain rate was omitted. Then, a modified Johnson–Cook constitutive model was developed to describe the compressive flow behaviors of the SnSbCu alloy, and the results predicted by this modified model agreed well with the experimental data. Moreover, a finite element analysis was also conducted to verify the accuracy of the modified Johnson–Cook model.
Keywordsflow behavior high strain rate modified Johnson–Cook model SnSbCu alloy
This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 51809057) and the Marine Low-Speed Engine Project—Phase I (Grant No. CDGC01-KT11).
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