Mechanical Behavior Laboratory University of Nevada, Reno

Paper Abstract

[J64] Zhang, J., Yu, Q., Jiang, Y., and Li, Q., 2011, "An experimental study of cyclic deformation of extruded AZ61A magnesium alloy," International Journal of Plasticity, Vol.27, pp.768-787. doi: 10.1016/j.ijplas.2010.09.004

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[J64] Zhang, J., Yu, Q., Jiang, Y., and Li, Q., 2011, "An experimental study of cyclic deformation of extruded AZ61A magnesium alloy," International Journal of Plasticity, Vol.27, pp.768-787

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Fig. 4. Stress-strain curves obtained from monotonic tension and monotonic compression at different loading rates: (a) Stress-strain curves. (Download data) (b) Stress-inelastic strain curves. (Download data)

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Fig. 5. Stress-strain hysteresis loops under fully reversed strain-controlled tension-compression (Δε/2 = 0.2%, 0.5%, and 1.0%). (Dowload data)

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Fig. 6. Variations of stress amplitude and means stress with the number of cycles under tension-compression: (a) Stress amplitude versus number of loading cycles. (Download data) (b) Mean stress versus loading cycles. (Dowload data)

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Fig. 7. Stabilized hysteresis loops under tension-compression. (Dowload data)

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Fig. 9. Cyclic deformation under fully reversed cyclic torsion (Δγ/2 = 1.732%; 0.831%; 0.355%). (Dowload data)

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Fig. 10. Variation of shear stress amplitude with loading cycles. (Dowload data)

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Fig. 11. Shear stress-shear strain hysteresis loops at half-fatigue life under fully reversed strain-controlled cyclic torsion. (Dowload data)

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Fig. 13. Cyclic deformation under proportional axial-torsion at (Δε/2 = 0.707%, Δγ/2 = 1.225%): (a) Axial stress-axial strain hysteresis loops. (Download data) (b) Shear stress-shear strain hysteresis loops. (Download data) (c) Variation of mean stresses with number of loading cycles. (Download data)

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Fig. 14. Cyclic deformation under proportional axial-torsion at Δε/2 = 0.354%, Δγ/2 = 0.612%: (a) Axial stress-axial strain hysteresis loops. (Download data) (b) Shear stress-shear strain hysteresis loops. (Download data)

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Fig. 15. Stabilized stress-strain hysteresis loops under proportional axial-torsion: (a) axial stress-axial strain. (Download data) (b) Shear stress-shear strain. (Download data)

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Fig. 17. Cyclic deformation under 90° out-of-phase nonproportional loading at (Δε/2 = 0.5%, Δγ/2 = 0.866%): (a) Strain loading path. (Download data) (b) Axial stress versus shear stress. (Download data) (c) Axial stress-axial strain hysteresis loops. (Download data) (d) Shear stress-shear strain hysteresis loops. (Download data) (e) Variation of mean stress with number of loading cycles. (Download data)

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Fig. 18. Cyclic deformation under 90° out-of-phase axial-torsion loading at (Δε/2 = 0.25%, Δγ/2 = 0.433%): (a) Axial stress versus shear stress and (b) Axial stress-strain loops. (Download data) (c) Shear stress-strain loops. (Download data)

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Fig. 19. Stabilized stress-strain response under 90° out-of-phase axial-torsion loading: (a) Axial stress versus shear stress and (b) Axial stress-axial strain hysteresis loops. (Download data) (c) Shear stress-shear strain hysteresis loops. (Download data)

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Fig. 21. Cyclic stress-plastic strain curves for extruded AZ61A magnesium alloy. (Download data)

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