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Quasi-static and dynamic investigation of an advanced high strength and corrosion resistant 10 % Cr nanocomposite martensitic steel

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Author(s)

Saadi Habib, Christopher Meredith, Akhtar Khan

Abstract

The mechanical response of an advanced high strength and corrosion resistant 10 % Cr nanocomposite steel (ASTM A1035CS Grade 120) is measured under uniaxial tension and compression at the strain rates of 10-4 s-1, 10 2 s 1, 100 s-1, 700 s-1, and 3000 s-1. The experiments are performed at 22 °C as well as 80 °C to investigate the material behavior at the expected temperature rise due to adiabatic deformation at 15 % strain. Additionally, different compression shear hat shaped specimens are tested at quasi-static and dynamic strain rates to investigate the localization behavior of this material. The material exhibits small strain rate sensitivity (SRS) during quasi-static loading, but a pronounced SRS between quasi-static and dynamic strain rates. Tension-compression asymmetry is also observed at both temperatures. Experiments at 80 °C reveal a decrease in flow stress in both tension and compression indicating the material is sensitive to thermal softening due to adiabatic heating. Load-Unload-Reload (LUR) and strain rate jump experiments are performed to investigate the reasoning behind the approximate rate insensitivity of ASTM A1035CS steel during quasi-static strain rates. A new constitutive model is also developed using a novel rate dependent material model with a modified Hockett-Sherby (MHS) hardening model and incorporating Lode angle dependence to capture the tension-compression asymmetry. The model is also used to predict the LUR and strain rate jump experiments. Finally, reasoning behind the unique rate dependent thermo mechanical behavior of ASTM A1035CS steel is discussed in regards to adiabatic heating, strain-partitioning, and phase transformation.
Citation
International Journal of Mechanical Sciences

Keywords

MMFX, ChromX, ASTM A1035, Adiabatic, Austenite, Martensite, Taylor-Quinney, hat-shaped specimen, Kolsky, split-Hopkinson

Citation

Habib, S. , Meredith, C. and Khan, A. (2021), Quasi-static and dynamic investigation of an advanced high strength and corrosion resistant 10 % Cr nanocomposite martensitic steel, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, [online], https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijmecsci.2021.106774, https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=932211 (Accessed July 22, 2024)

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Created August 26, 2021, Updated November 29, 2022