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2nd International Conference on Structural Integrity, ICSI 2017, 4-7 September 2017, Funchal,

Madeira, Portugal

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restoration of the field distributions laws in components of

Thermo-mechanical modeling of a high pressure turbine blade of an

heterogenous media

airplane gas turbine engine

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Mikhail Tashkinov

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*, Elena

b Spaskovaca

P. Brandão , V. Infante , A.M. Deus *

а

Perm National Research Polytechnic University, Komsomolsky Ave., 29, Perm, 614990, Russia

a

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Av. Rovisco Pais, 1, 1049-001 Lisboa,

Portugal

b

IDMEC, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Av. Rovisco Pais, 1, 1049-001 Lisboa,

Portugal

Abstract

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CeFEMA, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Av. Rovisco Pais, 1, 1049-001 Lisboa,

Portugal

One of the common approaches in the micromechanics of structurally inhomogeneous media with a random structure is connected

with the methods of statistical mechanics for many-particle systems. The approach to the analysis of the distribution of stress and

strain fields in representative volumes of heterogeneous media introduced in this paper is based on reconstruction of the distribution

Abstract

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obtained. The data that was gathered was fed into the FEM model and different simulations were run, first with a simplified 3D

rectangular block shape, in order to better establish the model, and then with the real 3D mesh obtained from the blade scrap. The

overall expected behaviour in terms of displacement was observed, in particular at the trailing edge of the blade. Therefore such a

1. Introduction

model can be useful in the goal of predicting turbine blade life, given a set of FDR data.

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structurally heterogeneous materials is commonly studied using the concept of a representative volume element, when

the size of microstructural inhomogeneities is much smaller than the size of the volume itself.

In structurally heterogeneous materials deformation and fracture processes depend on the peculiarities of local

stress fields, for calculation of which fluctuations and deviations from the averaged values, caused by inhomogeneities

at the microscale, are important. A common direction in micromechanics of materials with random structure is the

methods of statistical mechanics for many-particle systems when multi-point statistics for stresses, deformations and

displacement fields are used to describe the interaction of inhomogeneities. The characteristics of the fields presented

in this way allow taking into account randomness of elements arrangements in the structure, as well as dispersion of

the properties of the components.

A large number of papers have been devoted to the description of structurally inhomogeneous media using tools of

statistics and probability theory, among which works of Baniassadi et al. (2012), Jiao et al. (2008), Liu and Ghoshal

(2014), Sheidaei et al. (2013), Yeong and Torquato (1998) were devoted to the methodology of describing and

identifying the microstructure of inhomogeneous media by means of correlation functions; the works of Aboudi et al.

(2013), Hyun and Torquato (2001), Kpobie et al. (2012), Torquato (2010) present the results of analysis of the

properties of the microstructure and their relationship to the mechanical and physical properties of the medium; the

influence of microstructure parameters on effective properties was also studied by Matveeva et al. (2014), Melro et al.

(2012), Rasool and Böhm (2012), Yu et al. (2013).

Nomenclature

𝑝𝑝 failure probability

𝜎𝜎𝑖𝑖𝑖𝑖 stress tensor

𝜀𝜀𝑖𝑖𝑖𝑖 strain tensor

dist random variable distribution law

𝐸𝐸 Young’s modulus

𝜈𝜈 Poisson’s ration

RVE representative volume elemts

The heterogeneity of the microstructure has a significant effect on the distribution of stress and strain fields in

representative volume elements. Methods and tools of statistical analysis make it possible to investigate these

distributions from the analytical point of view. In this case, for example, the characteristics of failure of representative

volume and its components can be expressed in probabilistic quantities. The approach presented in this paper allows

to investigate probability of fracture initiation for the RVE phases basing on statistical representation of fracture

criteria and recovery of the stress and strain distribution functions in phases.

There are several approaches for obtaining distribution of stress and strain fields in RVE. The first and most

common approach is to create a finite element model and process the data calculated for sets of elements belonging

to the matrix or inclusions. In this case, the result depends on mesh, the density of which increases with the complexity

of the geometry of the model. Another method is based on formalization of information about microstructure by means

of correlation functions and by solving an integral-differential equation containing the Green's function to obtain the

fluctuations of displacements, strain and stress fields. This approach is described by Buryachenko (2007), Chen and

Ang (2014), Tashkinov (2015), Xu et al. (2009). The accuracy of distribution laws reconstruction in this case depends

on order of the correlation functions and order of the statistical moments obtained on the basis of the integral-

differential equation solution.

In this work implementation of the methodology was performed using finite element analysis based on a mesh with

voxel-type elements. For instance, let’s consider the following procedure for restoration of stress distribution. For

each component of the stress tensor obtained for the set of finite elements corresponding to the phase, a sample of

pairs of stress values and the corresponding probability (weight coefficient) is constructed. These samples can be

analyzed using the moments of a random variable or the procedure for maximizing the log-likelihood function (Cam

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and Yang (2000)). For the analytical representation of this kind of numerical data, the type of the parametric

distribution law should be chosen. Its parameters are determined from the solution of the system of equations

connecting the parameters and moments of the random variable.

Based on the distribution of fields, it is possible to obtain the value of failure probability of components for a given

criterion and strength constants. In the simple case, the failure probability can be defined as

Here, 𝜎𝜎𝑐𝑐𝑐𝑐 is stress critical value (which is material’s strength parameter), 𝜎𝜎𝑖𝑖𝑖𝑖 ~𝑑𝑑ⅈ𝑠𝑠𝑠𝑠 denotes that stress are

distributed according to 𝑑𝑑ⅈ𝑠𝑠𝑠𝑠 with a set of pararmeters.

In the general case, when, for example, the phase properties are not isotropic, a more complex criterion (Hashin's,

Tsai-Wu, Mises and others criteria) can be used. The distribution law of the expression for such criteria can be obtained

in the form of a transformation of the of distribution laws of the quantities which it consists of.

Let’s consider a representative three-dimensional structurally inhomogeneous media with polydisperse particles.

A three-dimensional geometric model of this volume is a cube (matrix) with random disjoint spheres of different sizes

(inclusions). Assume that the matrix and inclusions have isotropic mechanical characteristics. The model

characteristics of the matrix and inclusions were taken 𝐸𝐸𝑀𝑀 = 109 , 𝑣𝑣𝑀𝑀 = 0.33 and 𝐸𝐸𝐼𝐼 = 1010 , 𝑣𝑣𝐼𝐼 = 0.33 respectively.

The volume fraction of inclusions is 20%. The loading was given in the form of tensile displacements 𝑢𝑢1 = 10−6

along the axis 1. The calculations were performed in the MSC Digimat package. An RVE and stress distributions for

11 component are shown on Fig. 1.

a b

Fig. 1. (a) Condsidered RVE; (b) Component 11 of stress tensor after applied load.

The distributions of the 𝜎𝜎11 component for the inclusions and the matrix phases are shown on Fig. 2.

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The skew normal distribution, the Weibull distribution, and the gamma distribution were investigated as

distribution models (Johnson et al. (1994)). Skew normal and Weibull distribution are parametrized by a scale, location

and a shape parameter; gamma distribution has one more additional shape parameter.

Plots of probability density functions for these three distributions based on numerical modeling results (Fig. 2) are

presented on Fig. 3.

Calculated distribution parameters are presented in table 1.

Matrix Inclusions

Skew normal Weibull Gamma Skew normal Weibull Gamma

Location parameter 735.018 251.972 -658.013 1914.33 1670.58 1546.75

Scale paramteter 591.449 1065.29 0.0140719 2928.37 2605.8 0.00301951

Shape parameter 1 8.64909 2.71031 152.57 15.0564 1.26998 26.8883

Shape parameter 2 - - 0.426703 - - 0.245275

a b

Fig. 3. Probability density function for 11 component of stress tensor for: (a) matrix; (b) inclusions.

As an illustration, let’s obtain the graph of the failure probability function for the obtained stress distribution laws

𝜎𝜎11 in the matrix and inclusions in dependence of the variable value of the critical constant 𝜎𝜎𝑐𝑐𝑐𝑐 (see Fig. 4).

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a b

Fig. 4. Dependence of failure probability on tensile strength for: (a) matrix; (b) inclusions.

Now let’s consider RVE of porous media with polydisperse inclusions with volume fraction 45%. As in the

previous case, matrix is isotropic: 𝐸𝐸𝑀𝑀 = 109 , 𝑣𝑣𝑀𝑀 = 0.33 . Pores are filled with vacuum. RVE is subject to

simultaneous tensile and shear load so that macroscopic strains are equal to:

10−6 10−6 0

𝑒𝑒 = (10−6 0 0) (2)

0 0 0

Distribution of 11 component of stress for such media is presented on Fig. 5a. Distribution functions for all

components of stress tensor can be restored (see Fig. 5b). Normal and skew normal distributions were used as model

functions.

a b

Fig. 5. (a) Stress field 𝜎𝜎11 in RVE; (б) Probability density functions stress tensor components.

The distribution functions obtained for each component of the strain tensor make it possible to calculate the fracture

probability using more complex criteria combining the strength constants of the material and the values of the

components of stress or strain tensors.

4. Conclusions

The described approach allows to restore stress and strain fields distribution laws in RVE phases and calculate

phase failure probabilities for phases with predetermined criteria and strength properties. Some numerical case studies

were considered.

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In general case, such statistical approach can be used for investigation of the influence of spread of the

microstructure parameters as well as the constants of an inhomogeneous medium on the strength characteristics of the

material. The question is whether it is possible to assess failure probability of the entire RVE on the basis of the

probability of microscale fracture. There are a number of approaches that make it possible to establish a relationship

between the probability of phases, the number of destroyed microparticles, and experimental data. Thus, by

introducing parameters determined experimentally for each material, it is possible to obtain relationships that directly

connect the probabilities of micro- and macro-scale fracture. There are also approaches based on basic mathematical

theories, such as percolation theory (Kesten (1982)) and beam theory (Bredon (1997)), which determines which

pattern of failed micro-scale elements will lead to failure of the whole element. The criteria for the components

represented in the form of the laws of distribution of stress and strain tensors can correspond to one or another failure

mechanisms, which makes it possible to use the fracture model with a set of criteria.

Acknowledgements

The research is supported by the Grant of the President of Russian Federation for state support of young Russian

scientists (MK-2395.2017.1).

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