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 JAMP  Vol.2 No.6 , May 2014
Numerical Study of the Influence of Grain Size and Loading Conditions on the Deformation of a Polycrystalline Aluminum Alloy
Abstract: This work is concerned with numerical simulations of surface roughening in a polycrystalline aluminum alloy. Using 3D finite difference model, high-resolution simulations are conducted. Effects of loading conditions and grain size on surface roughening and mesoscale deformation processes in AL6061-T3 aluminum alloy under quasistatic uniaxial tension are investigated.
Cite this paper: Zinovieva, O. , Romanova, V. , Balokhonov, R. , Zinoviev, A. , Kovalevskaya, Z. , (2014) Numerical Study of the Influence of Grain Size and Loading Conditions on the Deformation of a Polycrystalline Aluminum Alloy. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 2, 425-430. doi: 10.4236/jamp.2014.26051.
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