Impact of DIC biases on the selection process of a unique test for anisotropic plasticity characterization
DMAS, ONERA, F-59014 Lille - France
2 Univ. Polytechnique Hauts-de-France, LAMIH, CNRS, UMR 8201, 59313, Valenciennes, France
3 INSA, Hauts-de-France, F59313 Valenciennes, France
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Published online: 9 September 2021
The exploitation of field measurements with inverse identification methods may reduce the number of required tests to characterize complex material constitutive models, provided that the generated stress field is sensitive enough to the targeted material parameters. For anisotropic elastoplastic material, the objective is to generate various stress states in the specimen through a single test. In this study, the effect of Digital Image Correlation measurement biases on the selection of the most suitable specimen geometry for characterisation of a complex anisotropic plasticity criterion using a unique uniaxial tensile test is investigated. To this aim, finite element (FE) based synthetic images are generated and DIC is used on these images. The biases in DIC measurement result in biased stress states that may cause errors in identification results.
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