Stress orientation maps - fcc

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Plots of 'stress orientation maps' for face-centred cubic crystals and tables with the relevant data.

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Stress orientation maps - fcc

Plots of 'stress orientation maps' for face-centred cubic crystals and tables with the relevant data. The derivation and interpretation of this work has been published in: F.D. León-Cázares and C.M.F. Rae. A stress orientation analysis framework for dislocation glide in face-centred cubic metals. Crystals, 10 (2020) 445. Please cite this publication if you benefit from this repository.

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Requirements

Coded in Matlab R2021a. There is no need for additional packages.

License

This repository is published under a GNU GPL v3 license (License: GPL v3). See LICENSE.txt for full licensing information.

How to use

Open the SOM.m file and modify the input parameters to your needs. The loading conditions that can be modelled are:

  • uniaxial load
  • shear of a (111) plane
  • arbitrary stress tensors referenced to the crsytal frame of reference

All calculations are performed within the m24.m function, which outputs the resulting stress states for individual slip systems and for each {111} slip plane. These results are then plotted into four different stress orientation maps:

  • mS vs mE

  • |mS| vs mE

  • tau vs phi [-30 deg, 30 deg]

  • 3D: |mS| vs mE vs mN

Cite As

León-Cázares, Fernando Daniel, and Catherine Mary Fiona Rae. “A Stress Orientation Analysis Framework for Dislocation Glide in Face-Centred Cubic Metals.” Crystals, vol. 10, no. 6, MDPI AG, May 2020, p. 445, doi:10.3390/cryst10060445.

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