Damage characterization in Dual-Phase steels using X-ray tomography
In-situ tensile tests have been carried out during X-ray microtomography imaging of dual-phase steels. Void nucleation has been quantified as a function of strain and triaxiality using the obtained 3D images. The Argon's criterion of decohesion has then been used in a model for nucleation in the case where martensite plays the role of inclusions. This criterion has been modified to include the local stress field and the effect of kinematic hardening present in such an heterogeneous material.
KeywordsTitanium Porosity Carbide Ferrite Argon
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