Theoretical and numerical modeling of solid-solid phase change: Application to the description of the thermodynamical behaviour of shape memory alloys

Abstract : The mechanical behaviour of a solid capable of undergoing internal phase change is considered. Reversible and dissipative constitutive equations are established within the framework of generalized standard materials with internal constraints. The constraints are accounted for using Lagrange multipliers. The presented model is based upon a phenomenological configuration in series (Reuss model). In the case of reversible phase change, it is shown that the elastic energy of the material can be obtained by convexification the energy functions of existing phases. In the dissipative case, it is shown how the behaviour of the material can be made stable by developing evolving equations from a suitable dissipation potential. As an application, a description of the thermomechanical behaviour of shape memory alloys (SMAs). The obtained constitutive equations can be used to simulate the pseudoelastic response of SMAs as well as the one-way shape memory effect. Validation against experimental data is performed in the case of multiaxial thermomechanical loading for NiTi and Cu-based alloys.
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Ziad Moumni, Wael Zaki, Quoc Son Nguyen. Theoretical and numerical modeling of solid-solid phase change: Application to the description of the thermodynamical behaviour of shape memory alloys. International Journal of Plasticity, Elsevier, 2008, 24 (xx), pp.614-645. ⟨10.1016/j.ijplas.2007.07.007⟩. ⟨hal-00184832⟩

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