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Methods for measuring large shear strains in in-plane torsion tests
Journal of Materials Processing Technology ( IF 4.178 ) Pub Date : 2019-11-29 , DOI: 10.1016/j.jmatprotec.2019.116516
Heinrich Traphöner, Till Clausmeyer, A. Erman Tekkaya

The in-plane torsion test achieves true strains far beyond 1.0 for sheet metals, especially using specimens with circular grooves. The accurate measurement of these high strains is a challenge for the conventional digital image correlation (DIC). Thus, the determination of flow curves is limited and fracture strains for very ductile materials cannot be measured. A new grooved specimen is introduced to avoid strain localization. Shear stress and shear strain along a defined area in the groove are constant so that strains can be measured independently of the DIC system setting without error due to strain localization. Furthermore, three methods for the measurement of very high shear strains in the in-plane torsion test are presented: Firstly, the limit of the optical strain measurement is extended by multiple renewal of the digital image correlation (DIC) pattern on the samples. Secondly, the shear strain for the planar specimen is calculated exactly from the rotation angle curve. Lastly, a new incremental method is presented. This method enables to determine shear strains for plane and grooved specimen exactly by only measuring the torque and the angle of rotation. All methods were applied for three steel sheet materials namely DP1000, CP1000 and DC04. The equivalent strain in a grooved in-plane torsion test of sheet steel DC04 was determined as 3.3 with the new incremental method. Such high strains far exceed conventional methods for determining the flow curve.
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