Bauschinger effect


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Bauschinger effect

[′bau̇‚shiŋ·ər i′fekt]
(metallurgy)
A phenomenon by which the plastic deformation of a metal increases the tensile yield strength and decreases the compressive yield strength.
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[17] led a probe into the influence of material behaviour on the accuracy of springback analysis, and then developed a material model with a consideration of elastoplastic anisotropy and Bauschinger effect to further improve the accuracy of springback prediction during the hat-shaped forming using high-strength steel sheets.
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Typically within the former parameter, the issue of isotropic and kinematic hardening (Vladimirov et al., 2009), Bauschinger effect (Gau and Kinzel, 2001), evolution of elastic properties (Sun and Wagoner, 2011) and elastic and plastic anisotropy (Li et al., 2002) were raised.
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