TITLE

Three-dimensional phenomenological thermodynamic model of pseudoelasticity of shape memory alloys at finite strains

AUTHOR(S)
Zi�lkowski, A.
PUB. DATE
November 2007
SOURCE
Continuum Mechanics & Thermodynamics;Nov2007, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p379
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The familiar small strain thermodynamic 3D theory of isotropic pseudoelasticity proposed by Raniecki and Lexcellent is generalized to account for geometrical effects. The Mandel concept of mobile isoclinic, natural reference configurations is used in order to accomplish multiplicative decomposition of total deformation gradient into elastic and phase transformation (p.t.) parts, and resulting from it the additive decomposition of Eulerian strain rate tensor. The hypoelastic rate relations of elasticity involving elastic strain rate $$\underline{{{\mathbf{d}}}}^{\rm e}$$ are derived consistent with hyperelastic relations resulting from free energy potential. It is shown that use of Jaumann corotational rate of stress tensor in rate constitutive equations formulation proves to be convenient. The formal equation for p.t. strain rate $$\underline{{{\mathbf{d}}}}^{{\rm in}}$$ , describing p.t. deformation effects is proposed, based on experimental evidence. Phase transformation kinetics relations are presented in objective form. The field, coupled problem of thermomechanics is specified in rate weak form (rate principle of virtual work, and rate principle of heat transport). It is shown how information on the material behavior and motion inseparably enters the rate virtual work principle through the familiar bridging equation involving Eulerian rate of nominal stress tensor.
ACCESSION #
27420003

 

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