Multilinear Isotropic and Multilinear Kinematic Hardening on AZ31 Magnesium Alloy
- 1. Graduate Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Federation UniversityAustralia, Ballarat, Australia.
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Magnesium and its alloys are turning out to be increasingly more utilized in the aviation and automobile industry due to its low weight. The technology has endured numerous enhancements enabling magnesium alloys to have a mechanical performance close to aluminium alloys and prevention from corrosion. This enables numerous potential applications for magnesium alloys subjected to multiaxial fatigue. To perform the plastic deformation on AZ31 alloy, we have utilised two techniques of multilinear hardening methods. i) isotropic hardening, ii) Kinematic hardening. To come up with an accurate result, we leveraged ANSYS software to perform the simulation with accuracy and precision. on arriving to the conclusion our goal towards analysing the multilinear properties of the AZ31 alloy with two mesh size 0.4 and 0.6mm.
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- Journal article: 2249-8958 (ISSN)
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