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Module Code EGIM08 Academic year 17/18
Full Title Computational Plasticity
College Engineering Level M
Department Engineering External Credit Level FHEQ 7 / HESA 6
Module Type Taught/Lecture Based Credits 10
ECTS Credits 5
Formal Contact Hours 30
Placement Hours 0
Notional Hours 100
Module Fee 0
Location BAY CAMPUS
Contact Hours Description Lectures (20h); Example classes and Laboratory work (10h). Directed private study 3h
per week.
Module synopsis to be printed in the catalogue
This module is concerned with basic concepts and methods of computational plasticity. Essential steps required in
numerical integration of elasto-plastic constitutive models are first discussed in a one-dimensional setting. Concepts
of plasticity under multiaxial stress states are introduced and several yield criteria are described including von
Mises, Tresca, Mohr-Coulomb and Drucker-Prager yield criteria. Details of numerical integration are provided for the
von Mises yield criterion. Understanding of basic concepts and practical applications are strengthened through the
programming exercises focusing on one-dimensional problems, and use of computational codes under multiaxial
state of stress. Computer simulations of structural and geotechnical problems are performed, with the objective of
understanding the concepts of engineering failure and limit state.
Notes to be printed in Catalogue
Failure to attend activities that are a module requirement will normally mean that you cannot sit the final exam in the
module.
Zero tolerance will apply for late submissions of the assignments.
Failure to sit an examination or submit work by the specified date will result in a mark of 0% being recorded.
Delivery Method
Two lectures and one example or laboratory class per week.
Assessment: 50% from end of teaching block 2 hour examination; 50% from 2 projects.
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based?
Module to be delivered in
collaboration with another
organisation?
Percentage taught in
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Welsh
Module Aims

Loading / Unloading Conditions. Mohr-Coulomb and Drucker-Prager elasto-plastic models.Perform analysis of engineering problems in elasto-plasticity by employing a commercial finite element package. Transferable Skills An ability to (key skills): Study independently and use library resources. Effectively take notes and manage working time. . Return Mapping. Operator Split. Flow Rule.Identify different constitutive models for describing material behaviour including von Mises. Computer simulations of structural and geotechnical problems will be performed. Impact Dynamics and Crashworthiness. Isotropic and Kinematic Hardening Models. Loading / Unloading Conditions.Develop understanding of constitutive description of elasto-plastic materials. [2] 1-D Mathematical Model: Yield Criterion. and use of computational codes under multiaxial state of stress. Tresca. Develop programming skills and the ability to use commercial software. .Formulate and implement a computational procedure for integration of rate-independent elasto-plasticity in 1-D. Incremental Elasto-Plastic BVP: Consistent Tangent Modulus. Incremental Elasto-Plastic BVP.Identify failure modes in engineering structures and geomechanics. Learning Outcomes Students should be able: . Flow Rule. Rate Dependence. This will be achieved through the programming exercises focusing on one-dimensional problems. Structural Mechanics. 1-D Elasto-Plastic Boundary Value Problem. Rate Independent Plasticity. [3] Plane Strain Von Mises Elasto-Plastic Model: Continuum.Develop practical skills related to modelling of inelastic history dependent materials. [1] Generalisations and Applications of Plasticity: Plasticity in Engineering Practice: Geomechanics. Return Mapping. . [1] Computational Aspects of 1-D Elasto-Plasticity: Integration Algorithms for 1-D Elasto-Plasticity. The Trial Elastic State. Classical Mathematical Model of Rate-Independent. Operator Split. [6] Computational Aspects of Elasto-Plasticity: Integration Algorithms for Elasto-Plasticity. Creep. . Integration Algorithm.The main aim of this module is to introduce the basic concepts and methods of computational plasticity. Consistent Tangent Modulus. Physical Motivation. Consistent Tangent Modulus. . The students will gain understanding of essential steps required in numerical integration of elasto-plastic constitutive models.Identify and apply different methodologies for discretisation of different time evolution problems. Rheological Models. [5] Classical Model of Elasto-Plasticity: Physical Motivation.Develop fundamentals of computational modelling of inelastic materials with emphasis on rate independent plasticity. [4] Integration Algorithms for Generalised Elasto-Plasticity. . Elasto-Plasticity: Yield Criterion. Return Mapping. Operator Split. and rate- independent elasto-plasticity in particular. The Trial Elastic State. Syllabus Introduction: Historical Perspective. Produce work to a deadline. [8] Are there any challenges which might affect a disabled student being able to satisfactorily undertake the teaching and learning methods of this module? . Incremental Elasto-Plastic BVP. . with the objective of understanding the concepts of engineering failure and limit state.

C. Wiley. Reading List : Recommended reading (2) Plasticity theory / Jacob Lubliner. Simo. David Owens. In such cases the College will make reasonable adjustments and/or develop alternatives in conjunction with the student. Owen. Finite elements in plasticity : theory and practice / [by] D.C. R. .) in The finite element method for solid and structural mechanics [print and electronic] / O. in Interdisciplinary applied mathematics.J.R.Owen [and] E. Jacob. Dover Publications.J. Hinton. or at any later stage. Zienkiewicz. Taylor. D. in Dover books on engineering Lubliner. by Hughes. O. R. R. J. The College of Engineering carries out Health & Safety assessments of all practical/laboratory/field work and will take into consideration the needs of students/staff with medical conditions.  1980. Springer. Reading List : Essential reading (2) Computational methods for plasticity : theory and applications / Eduardo de Souza Neto. C.  2008.C. Neto. T.  1998. an assessment will be made in conjunction with the student and the Disability Office. Support material for this course will be available on the University intranet. Djordje Peric. Students will be allowed to record lectures for personal use. If necessary student note takers and support workers can attend classes. Thomas J. Hughes.Where a need has been identified at recruitment.  2008. J.L. The College will make reasonable adjustments and/or develop alternative arrangements in conjunction with the student. Simo. Computational inelasticity [print and electronic] / J. Eduardo de Souza. Reading List : Background reading (2) Inelastic and Non-linear Materials  (6th ed. For information. Pineridge Press.R. Zienkiewicz. in this module students will normally perform the following tasks: (i) Use a PC during 2 hour computer-based classes. If access to particular lecture rooms is restrictive then the University will alter the venue for the course to allow full access.

John Wiley. Crisfield.Hand calculation and numerical solution in MATLAB will be used to obtain solution of simple 1-D elasto-plastic problem.Standard university exam feedback form. Vol 1.Standard 2 hour university examination worth 50% of the final mark.A. Basic Plasticity in Non-linear finite element analysis of solids and structures / M. Coursework 2 .  2005. including formal examinations Examination 1 . Assessment provision for students with disabilities . The coursework will consist of two individual projects that will require both hand calculation and computer simulations. The project reports should consist of two parts: (i) a discussion related to general aspects of formulation and computational treatment of the problem under consideration. Coursework 1 will contribute 20% of the final mark. A.Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann. In what ways will students receive feedback on assessed work.PGTM March 20 Assignment 2 Assessment level marking . This is a closed book examination. Coursework 1 and 2 . (ii) description of numerical solution of an individual problem. Crisfield.  1991. Assessment Information Moderation of the entire Method of moderation to use for the predominant assessment method cohort as Check or Audit Module components Assessment Type Mark Scheme Assessment Month Weighting Examination 1 Assessment level marking .Marked assignments with comments will be provided to students for inspection.PGTM May 30 Component descriptions Examination 1 . M. Coursework 2 will contribute 30% of the final mark. Essentials. Computer simulation will require certain amount of programming and use of the existing finite element software package Elfen. Coursework 1 .PGTM June 50 Assignment 1 Assessment level marking .Short hand calculation and computer simulation in commercial code will be used to obtain solution of a 2-D engineering problem.

The College will make reasonable adjustments and/or develop alternative arrangements for assessment in conjunction with the student. please enter the module code(s) What activities do you intend to use e-learning for? Lecture notes and supporting electronic documents will be provided on Blackboard. For course accreditation purposes some competency standards are set by external professional institutions and these will still need to be demonstrated. alternatives will need to be considered by the student and the department if these cannot be demonstrated through the usual assessment method. Computer programming will be performed in MATLAB with supporting documentation provided on Blackboard. or at any later stage. a supplementary examination will form 100% of the module mark. an assessment will be made in conjunction with the student and the Disability Office. Module Rules Semester TB2 Coordinator Professor D Peric Module Lecturers Lecturer Name Percent Taught Professor D Peric 100 Module delivered by non university employee? Module Teaching and Academic Subject Area JACS Code JACS Name Department Teaching Load % H142 Solid Mechanics EGSC 100 Requisite modules Co-requisite Pre-requisite Non-requisite Administrative Information Taught with another New Blackboard site No module that uses the same required? Blackboard site? If Yes. Normally.Where a need has been identified at recruitment. Provide details of how students would redeem failure in the module Exam re-sits according to university regulations. What assessment activities do you intend to you use e-learning for? Student capacity 100 How often will the module 1 If more than once. For students with specific learning difficulties (SpLD) a database system will communicate the disability requirements of students to appropriate lecturers and an automatic and discreet system will alert lecturers that SpLD marking guidelines need to be applied. Computer simulations will be performed by employing the commercial code with supporting documentation provided on Blackboard and College of Engineering server. when? run during the session? . However.

Does the module encroach on other subject areas? Does the module replace an existing module? LTC Authoriser LTC Authorise Date Printed on: 20/06/2017 11:42:21 .