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ij ij :
ij = p( ) ij + 2 ij

(1)

ij , , p
:

1
0

(2)

0 .
, Johnson-Holmquist
:
K + K 2 2 + K 3 3 + p,
p ( ) = 1
K1 ,

p>0
p<0

()
()

(3)

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p ,
() ,
, K1 , K 2 K 3 , K1
.

() i f
:

i = A ( p + T ) (1 + C ln  )
N

f = B ( p )

(4)

(1 + C ln  )

(5)

A, B, C, N M , p T
( Tmax )
. ,

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(HEL):

p
, p =
, T = max
HEL
pHEL
pHEL

(6)

 (4) (5)
( , 0 = 1.0 c 1 ), ..  =  / 0 .

Johnson-Holmquist

, ,
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C 103 102 .
(4) (5)

= i D ( i f )

(7)

D,

D = 0.0 D = 1.0 :
dD
1 d pl
=
dt fpl dt

fpl = D1 ( p + T )

(8)
D2

(9)

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D1 D2 , fpl .
(8)
D=

pl

fpl

(10)

pl .
JohnsonHolmquist JH-2, , [2].

Johnson-Cook [5],

pl ,

 pl T :

Y ( ,  , T ) = Yo + hard (

pl

pl

pl n

 pl
1 + C ln 1 + T T0

1

0 Tmelt T0

(11)

0 T0 , Tmelt
.

Johnson-Cook,
d, :
d =

pl

fpl

(12)

, d = 1.0 ,
. (12)

pl
f

 pl
p
T T0
= d1 + d 2 exp d3 1 + d 4 ln
1 + d5

Tmelt T0
q
0

(13)

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di , i = 1...5 , p q
. , (13)
= p / q
p. , (12) (13)
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Wilkins [6].

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462

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K1 ,

233

HEL,

19.0

HEL ,

15.44

pHEL ,

8.71

HEL

0.0408

K 2 ,

593

K3 ,

2800

0.927

0.67

0.70

0.85

0.005

Tmax ,

0.26

0.03

D1

0.001

D2

0.5

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2. Johnson-Cook

OFHC
[4]

Al 1100-H12
[9]

ARMCO

[4]

Al 2024-T3
[12]

4340
[4]

Ti-6Al-4V
[12]

S7
[5]

,
/ 3

8960

2700

7890

2770

7830

4428

7750

124

66

207

73

200

114

207

0.34

0.3

0.29

0.33

0.29

0.342

0.32

46

25

80

27

77

44

78

K,

129

55

164

71

159

120

164

Yo ,

90

148

175

369

792

1098

1539

hard ,

292

345

380

684

510

1092

477

0.31

0.183

0.32

0.73

0.26

0.93

0.18

C1

0.025

0.001

0.060

0.0083

0.014

0.014

0.012

1.09

0.859

0.55

1.7

1.03

1.1

1.0

Tmelt

1356

893

1811

775

1793

1878

1763

T0

293

293

293

298

293

298

293

d1

0.54

0.071

2.20

0.13

0.05

0.09

0.8

d2

4.89

1.248

5.43

0.13

3.44

0.25

2.1

d3

3.03

1.142

0.47

1.5

2.12

0.50

0.5

d4

0.014

0.0097

0.016

0.011

0.002

0.014

0.002

d5

1.12

0.0

0.63

0.0

0.61

3.87

0.62

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/()

383

920

452

875

477

580

477

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( 0.9).

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800

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2024-T3

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567

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Ti-6Al-4V

ARMCO

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Al
1100-H12

OFHC

3.

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727

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620

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4.

c , 104 / 3

, /

OFHC

Al 1100-H12

ARMCO

Al 2024-T3

4340

Ti-6Al-4V

4.13

1.54

4.62

1.72

4.53

2.81

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240

463

233

633

419

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4),

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, 5,
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