1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark2 Solid Mechanics, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark3 Centre for oil and gas – DTU, Center, Technical University of Denmark4 Columbia University5 Columbia University
A computational method for strain gradient single crystal plasticity is presented. The method accounts for both recoverable and dissipative gradient effects. The mathematical solution procedure is predicated on two minimum principles along the lines of those devised by Fleck and Willis (2009) for isotropic plasticity. An effective 2Dsolution valid for certain orientations of face centered cubic crystals is presented, where effective in-plane material properties are derived based on the crystallographic properties. The problems of void growth, pure shear and 2D wedge indentation are analyzed numerically and geometrically necessary dislocation densities are derived from the slip fields and discussed relative to experimental results in the literature (Kysar et al., 2010).
Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium on Plasticity & Its Current Applications 2013, 2013, p. 22-24
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