Orientation and stress state dependent plasticity and damage initiation behavior of stainless steel 304L manufactured by laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing

The plasticity and ductile fracture behavior of stainless steel 304L fabricated by laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing was investigated under both uniaxial and multiaxial loading conditions through the use of specialized geometry mechanical test specimens. Material anisotropy was probed through the extraction of samples in two orthogonal material directions. The experimentally measured plasticity behavior was found to be anisotropic and stress state dependent. An anisotropic Hill48 plasticity model, calibrated using experimental data, was able to accurately capture this behavior. A combined experimental–computational approach was used to quantify the ductile fracture behavior, considering both damage initiation and final fracture. An anisotropic Hosford–Coulomb model was used to capture the anisotropic and stress state dependent fracture behavior.

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Work Title Orientation and stress state dependent plasticity and damage initiation behavior of stainless steel 304L manufactured by laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing
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  1. Shipin Qin
  2. Zhuqing Wang
  3. Allison M. Beese
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  1. Extreme Mechanics Letters
Publication Date May 1, 2021
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  1. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eml.2021.101271
Deposited November 15, 2021

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