In many instances in life, materials are subject to deformation at high rates, for example: impact, crash, metal forming or pulsed welding. In this context, the transient and inhomogeneous nature of such loading as well as the strong multi-physic couplings induced by quasi-adiabatic conditions make: the experimental capture of the mechanical response very challenging. Additionally, assumptions regarding the constitutive relation of the deforming material are generally required. To overcome both issues, we demonstrate that experimental full-field measurements of acceleration fields can be directly used to invert the local equilibrium equation and reconstruct fields of the stress tensor with no assumption on the constitutive relation and its spatial and temporal variations. We also demonstrate that both experimental stress and strain fields can be recombined to eventually identify the local tangent stiffness tensor of the material. This study constitutes a first step in the field of ?direct model identification?, as opposed to standard parametric model identification.
|Title of host publication||Residual Stress, Thermomechanics and Infrared Imaging, Hybrid Techniques and Inverse Problems - Proceedings of the 2018 Annual Conference on Experimental and Applied Mechanics|
|Editors||Janice M. Barton, Simon Quinn, Sven Bossuyt, Antonio Baldi, Xavier Balandraud|
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Oct 2019|
- Dynamic, Mechanical behaviour, Model identification, Stress, Ultra-high speed imaging