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Direct measurement of local constitutive relations, at the micrometre scale, in bulk metallic alloys

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Multiscale models involving crystal plasticity are essential to predict the elastoplastic behavior of structural materials with respect to their microstructure. However, those models are often limited by a poor knowledge of the local constitutive behavior. This article reports a method to measure the mechanical behavior directly, at the micrometre scale, in bulk crystalline materials. Local strain and stress states were evaluated at the surface of a bent stainless steel crystal by combining total strain measurements – performed with the digital image correlation technique on optical images – with elastic strain measurements obtained by Laue microdiffraction. A local constitutive relation was measured, in an efficient nondestructive way, without the need for full-field simulations. The method was validated by a comparison between the measured local behavior and the macroscopic behavior of the single crystal.
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hal-01663617 , version 1 (14-12-2017)

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E Plancher, V Favier, C Maurice, E Bosso, N Rupin, et al.. Direct measurement of local constitutive relations, at the micrometre scale, in bulk metallic alloys. Journal of Applied Crystallography, 2017, 50 (3), pp.940-948. ⟨10.1107/S1600576717006185⟩. ⟨hal-01663617⟩
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