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Strain Analysis by Digital Shearography on an Aluminium Plate with a Geometric Defect under Thermal Loading
https://jrstan.basu.ac.ir/article_1907.html
10.22084/jsa.2017.11280.1005
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Digital shearography is a nondestructive and noncontact method for strainmeasurement. In this article strain analysis on defected plate has been studied by the digital shearography method along with a new technique for phase map measurement. For this purpose, an optical setup known as modified Michelson interferometry system with two diode lasers were developed which are used as coherent optical source. To create phase shifting a piezoelectrical ceramic was used to miniature displacements of interferometry. Phase shifting technique was used to measure phases and differences between the phases.The strain was measured using the experimental method and compared with numerical analysis results. Behavior of two graphs of experimental measurement and numerical analysis was approximately the same.
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R.
Moharrami
Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Zanjan, Iran.
Iran
r_moharami@znu.ac.ir


M.J.
Taghiloo
Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Zanjan, Iran.
Iran
mohammadjavad@znu.ac.ir


A.
Darudi
Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Zanjan, Iran.
Iran
darudi@znu.ac.ir
Strain measurement
Phase calculation
Digital shearography
Geometric defect
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Creep Analysis of the FGM Cylinder under Steadystate Symmetric Loading
https://jrstan.basu.ac.ir/article_1908.html
10.22084/jsa.2017.11195.1003
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In this paper, a semianalytical method for creep investigation and elastic behavior of FGM rotary cylinders has been introduced. Assumed cylinder was divided to numerous finite width layers with constant thermodynamic properties in each layer. Governing equations converted to ordinary differential equations with constant coefficients by applying continuity conditions between layers and boundary conditions of disc in derived equations, then these equations could be solved by a prepared computer code. For thermoelastic part, variation of dimensionless radial and circumferential strains versus dimensionless radius investigated for several power of FGM material. Also, verification of results was done. For creep part, variation of dimensionless radial and circumferential strain rates versus dimensionless radius was studied for different temperatures and limited timeframe. Changes of radial and circumferential strain rates versus radius were investigated and the results were validated. Finally, the effects of various parameters on creep behavior of rotary cylinder in several examples was examined.
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N.
Habibi
Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Kurdistan, Iran.
Iran
n.habibi@uok.ac.ir


S.
Samawati
Mechanical Engineering Department, Khajeh Nasir Toosi University of Technology, Iran.
Iran
sadi.2686@yahoo.com


O.
Ahmadi
Mechanical Engineering Department, Urmia University, Iran.
Iran
omidahmadi965@yahoo.com
Exact Solution
Rotary Cylinder
creep
Navier Equation
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Elasticity Solution for Static Analysis of Sandwich Structures with Sinusoidal Corrugated Cores
https://jrstan.basu.ac.ir/article_1909.html
10.22084/jsa.2017.11287.1006
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Metal sandwich panels are threedimensional structures widely used in industries mainly due to two distinct properties: low density and high strength. Although significant efforts have been made at research into corrugated sandwich panels, analytical solutions are still very few. This work wishes to present accurate analytical results of static analysis of corrugated sandwich panels. In order to determine equivalent properties of corrugated core in the thickness direction, energy method is used in conjunction with homogenization approach. Based on threedimensional theory of elasticity, partial differential equations are reduced to ordinary differential equations by using the Fourier series. Analytical solutions for the stress and displacement fields are derived by using the statespace method in the thickness direction.A detailed parametric study was conducted involving the dependency of outofplane properties on the corrugation geometrical parameters. Moreover, effects of these variables on the stress and displacement fields are discussed.
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M.
Shaban
Mechanical Engineering Department, BuAli Sina University, Hamadan, Iran.
Iran
m.shaban@basu.ac.ir
Corrugated sandwich panel
Elasticity solution
Statespace
Analytical
Static
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Finite Element Analysis of a New Specimen for Conducting Fracture Tests under Mixed Mode I/III Loading
https://jrstan.basu.ac.ir/article_1910.html
10.22084/jsa.2017.11600.1008
1
In this paper, a new discshaped specimen containing a tilted crack was proposed so as to conduct fracture tests under mixed mode I/III loading. This specimen was able to produce complete mode mixities, ranging from pure mode I to pure mode III. Many finite element analyses were performed to obtain crack parameters (i.e. stress intensity factors at the crack tip) and geometry factors. It was shown that the mode III was added to the mode I loading as the crack angle changed. Moreover, the crack length as well as position of the lower supports was varied to study loading type at the crack tip. Finally, applicability of the proposed specimen in experimental point of view was considered by performing fracture experiments on the asphalt concrete. The results showed that fracture strength of the asphalt concrete decreases as the proportion of mode III at the crack tip enhances.
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S.
Pirmohammad
Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, Ardabil, Iran.
Iran
s_pirmohammad@uma.ac.ir


A.
Bayat
Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, Ardabil, Iran.
Iran
Mixed mode I/III
Cracked disc specimen
Fracture strength
Asphalt concrete
[[1] S. Pirmohammad, M.R. Ayatollahi, Fracture resistance of asphalt concrete under different loading modes and temperature conditions, Constr. Build. Mater. 53 (2014) 235242.##[2] M.R.M. Aliha, H. Behbahani, H. Fazaeli, M.H. Rezaifar, Study of characteristic specification on mixed mode fracture toughness of asphalt mixtures, Constr. Build. Mater. 54 (2014) 623635.##[3] I. Artamendi, H. AlKhalid, A comparision between beam and semicircular bending fracture tests for asphalt, J. Road. Mater. Pavement. Des. 6 (2006) 163180.##[4] J.R. Yates, R.A. Mohammed, Crack propagation under mixed mode (I+III) loading, Fatigue. Fract. Eng. M. 19 (1996) 12851290.##[5] V.E. Lazarus, J.B. Leblond, S.E. Mouchrif, Crack front rotation and segmentation in mixed mode I + III or I + II + III. Part II: Comparison with experiments, J. Mech. Phis. Solids. 41 (2001) 14211443.##[6] T. Fett, G. Gerteisen, S. Hahnenberger, G. Martin, D. Munz, Fracture tests for ceramics under modeI, modeII and mixedmode loading, J. Eur. Ceram. Soc. 15 (1995) 307312.##[7] G.S. Xeidakis, I.S. Samaras, D.A. Zacharopoulos, G.E. Papakalitakis, Crack growth in a mixedmode loading on marble beams under three point bending, Int. J. Fracture. 79 (1996) 197208.##[8] K.P. Chong, M.D. Kuruppu, J.S. Kuszmual, Fracture toughness determination of layered materials, Eng. Fract. Mech. 28 (1987) 4354.##[9] M.R. Ayatollahi, M.R.M. Aliha, M.M. Hasani, Mixed mode brittle fracture in PMMA  an experimental study using SCB specimens, Mater. Sci. Eng. 417 (2006) 348356.##[10] S.H. Chang, C.L. Lee, S. Jeon, Measurement of rock fracture toughness under modes I and II and mixedmode conditions by using disctype specimen, Eng. Geol. 66 (2002) 7997.##[11] M.R.M. Aliha, M.R. Ayatollahi, R. Ashtari, Mode I and mode II fracture toughness testing for a coarse grain marble, Appl. Mech. Mater. 56 (2006) 181188.##[12] G.C. Sih, Strainenergydensity factor applied to mixed mode crack problems, Int. J. Fracture. 10 (1974) 305321.##[13] M.A. Hussain, S.L. Pu, J. Underwood, Strain energy release rate for a crack under combined mode I and mode II, Fracture analysis ASTM STP 560. Philadelphia: American Society for Testing and Materials, (1974) 228.##[14] M.R. Ayatollahi, H. Abbasi, Prediction of fracture using a strain based mechanism of crack growth, Build. Res. J. 49 (2001) 167180.##[15] M. Ameri, A. Mansourian, M. Heidary Khavas, M.R.M. Aliha, M.R. Ayatollahi, Cracked asphalt pavement under traffic loading  A 3D finite element analysis, Eng. Fract. Mech. 78 (2011) 18171826.##[16] M.R. Ayatollahi, S. Pirmohammad, K. Sedighiani, Threedimensional finite element modeling of a transverse topdown crack in asphalt concrete, Comput. Concrete. 13 (2014) 569585.##[17] L.P. Pook, The fatigue crack direction and threshold behaviour of mild steel under mixed mode I and III loading, Int. J. Fatigue. 7 (1985) 2130.##[18] H.F. Li, C.F. Qian, Experimental study of I + III mixed mode fatigue crack transformation propagation, Fatigue. Fract. Eng. M. 34 (2011) 5359.##[19] X. Feng, A.M. Kumar, J.P. Hirth, Mixed mode I/III fracture toughness of 2034 aluminum alloys, Acta. Metall. Mater. 41 (1993) 27552764.##[20] Z. Wei, X. Deng, M.A. Sutton, J. Yan, C.S. Cheng, P. Zavattieri, Modeling of mixedmode crack growth in ductile thin sheets under combined inplane and outofplane loading. Eng. Fract. Mech. 78 (2011) 30823101.##[21] S.V. Kamat, M. Srinivas, R.P. Rama, Mixed mode I/III fracture toughness of Armco iron, Acta. Mater. 46 (1998) 49854992.##[22] M.R.M. Aliha, A. Bahmani, Sh. Akhondi, Numerical analysis of a new mixed mode I/III fracture test specimen, Eng. Fract. Mech. 134 (2015) 95110.##[23] D. Tim, B. Birgisson, D. Newcomb, Development of mechanisticempirical pavement design in Minnesota, J. Tran. Res. Rec. 1629 (1998) 181188.##[24] M.R.M. Aliha, A. Bahmani, Sh. Akhondi, A novel test specimen for investigating the mixed mode I+ III fracture toughness of hot mix asphalt compositesExperimental and theoretical study, Int. J. Solids. Struct. 90 (2016) 167177.##[25] M. Ameri, A. Mansourian, S. Pirmohammad, M.R.M. Aliha, M.R. Ayatollahi, Mixed mode fracture resistance of asphalt concrete mixtures, Eng. Fract. Mech. 93 (2012) 153167.##]
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An Investigation to Nonlinear Elastic Behavior of Pericardium Using Uniaxial Tensile Test
https://jrstan.basu.ac.ir/article_1911.html
10.22084/jsa.2017.10529.1001
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In this paper, the nonlinear elastic behavior of pericardium of human, canine, calf and ostrich was studied. For this purpose, the mechanical behavior was investigated from two viewpoints of the Cauchy and Green elastic materials.Firstly, the experimental data were fitted by Cauchy elastic stress equation. The results showed that the response of Cauchy elastic materials was not fitted with the experimental data appropriately. Secondly, the Green elastic materials were studied by assuming strain energy functions for the mechanical response of the samples. For this purpose, the exponentialexponential, power lawpower law, and exponentialpower law energy functions were investigated by mathematical programming. It was observed that all energy functions were fitted with the experimental data accurately, especially the power lawpower law function. Finally, it was observed that the Green elastic materials theory was more appropriate for studying the mechanical behavior of pericardium by comparing the experimental and theoretical results.
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M.
Arman
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
m.arman.mfe@gmail.com


K.
Narooei
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.
Iran
knarooei@kntu.ac.ir
Pericardium
Nonlinear elastic behavior
Strain energy function
Green material
Cauchy material
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Improvement in Mechanical Properties of Titanium Deformed by ECAE Process
https://jrstan.basu.ac.ir/article_1912.html
10.22084/jsa.2017.11151.1007
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In this study, annealed CPTi (Grade 2) was processed by Equal Channel Angular Extrusion (ECAE) up to 2 passes at a temperature of 400◦C following route A with a constant ram speed of 30 mm/min through a die angle of 90◦ between the die channels. Mechanical properties of the extruded materials were obtained at different strain rates. The results indicated that the tensile yield stress and ultimate tensile strength of the extruded specimens increased significantly after 2 passes of ECAE process. The maximum increase for yield stress was around 90% which occurred at the pulling rate of 0.5 mm/min. The bending fatigue life of the extruded specimens improved significantly so that in low cycle fatigue regime a 700% increase in fatigue life was observed after two ECAE passes. The improvement was lower in high cycle fatigue regime. The microhardness measurement of the specimens indicated that the average microhardness of the samples increased about 140% after 2 passes. The fracture mechanism of the ECAE specimens was also studied by fractography of the fracture surface of specimens. Microstructure of the extruded specimens was also examined by optical microscopy.
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J.
Nemati
Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, BuAli Sina University, Hamadan, Iran.
Iran
ja_neamati@yahoo.com


S.
Sulaiman
Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.
Iran
shamsuddin@upm.edu.my


A.
Khalkhali
School of Mechanical Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Takestan Branch, Takestan, Iran.
Iran
ata_kh1@yahoo.com
CPTi (Grade2)
ECAE
mechanical properties
Bending fatigue
Microhardness
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