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Predicting Deformation and Failure of Copper

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Copper and other face-centred cubic (fcc) metals are widely used in industry and accurate predictive models give valuable input to the design process. This seminar will discuss: the main features of the deformation behaviour of fcc metals taking copper as an example; how this led to the development of a constitutive model; the form of the constitutive deformation and fracture model; how the constitutive model was modified in the light of experimental evidence and the requirement for a strong link between deformation and fracture. Future challenges will be described.

This talk is part of the PCS Fracture and Shock Physics series.

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