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Modelling the creep in a welded plate using a three-director Cosserat model

Craine, R.E. and Newman, M.G. (1996) Modelling the creep in a welded plate using a three-director Cosserat model Acta Mechanica, 117, (1-4), pp. 11-21. (doi:10.1007/BF01181033).

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Abstract

Cracking in ferritic weldments at high temperatures often occurs outside the weld in the narrow type IV region (which is sometimes called the low-temperature heat affected zone). In this paper a mathematical model is developed for the steady-state creep of a flat plate of constant thickness, under uniaxial end loading. The model is based on the Cosserat theory of plates and a multi-axial version of Norton's law and includes three directors. Results for the steady-state creep strain-rate are calculated for values of the material parameters based on a ferritic material which is susceptible to cracking in the type IV region.

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Published date: 1996

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Local EPrints ID: 29552
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/29552
PURE UUID: 679d56d3-ecd6-4499-acdd-1d9034792c4e

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Date deposited: 20 Dec 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:57

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Author: R.E. Craine
Author: M.G. Newman

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