Imperial College London

ProfessorFionnDunne

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Materials

Principal Research Fellow
 
 
 
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Hardie C, Thomas R, Liu Y, Frankel P, Dunne Fet al., 2022, Simulation of crystal plasticity in irradiated metals: A case study on Zircaloy-4, ACTA MATERIALIA, Vol: 241, ISSN: 1359-6454

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Karamitros V, MacLachlan DW, Dunne FPE, 2022, Modelling of short crack growth in single crystal Ni gamma- gamma' microstructure, ACTA MATERIALIA, Vol: 240, ISSN: 1359-6454

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Zhang X, Dunne FPE, 2022, 3D CP-XFEM modelling of short crack propagation interacting with twist/tilt nickel grain boundaries, JOURNAL OF THE MECHANICS AND PHYSICS OF SOLIDS, Vol: 168, ISSN: 0022-5096

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Xu Y, Gu T, Xian J, Giuliani F, Ben Britton T, Gourlay CM, Dunne FPEet al., 2022, Multi-scale plasticity homogenization of Sn–3Ag-0.5Cu: From β-Sn micropillars to polycrystals with intermetallics, Materials Science and Engineering: A, Vol: 855, Pages: 1-15, ISSN: 0921-5093

The mechanical properties of β-Sn single crystals have been systematically investigated using a combined methodology of micropillar tests and rate-dependent crystal plasticity modelling. The slip strength and rate sensitivity of several key slip systems within β-Sn single crystals have been determined. Consistency between the numerically predicted and experimentally observed slip traces has been shown for pillars oriented to activate single and double slip. Subsequently, the temperature-dependent, intermetallic-size-governing behaviour of a polycrystal β-Sn-rich alloy SAC305 (96.5Sn–3Ag-0.5Cu wt%) is predicted through a multi-scale homogenization approach, and the predicted temperature- and rate-sensitivity reproduce independent experimental results. The integrated experimental and numerical approaches provide mechanistic understanding and fundamental material properties of microstructure-sensitive behaviour of electronic solders subject to thermomechanical loading, including thermal fatigue.

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Xu Y, Xian J, Stoyanov S, Bailey C, Coyle R, Gourlay C, Dunne Fet al., 2022, A multi-scale approach to microstructure-sensitive thermal fatigue in solder joints, International Journal of Plasticity, Vol: 155, ISSN: 0749-6419

This paper presents a multi-scale modelling approach to investigate the underpinning mechanisms of microstructure-sensitive damage of single crystal Sn-3Ag-0.5Cu (wt%, SAC305) solder joints of a Ball Grid Array (BGA) board assembly subject to thermal cycling. The multi-scale scheme couples board-scale modelling at the continuum macro-scale and individual solder modelling at the crystal micro-scale. Systematic studies of tin crystal orientation and its role in fatigue damage have been compared to experimental observations. Crystallographic orientation is examined with respect to damage development, providing evidence-based optimal solder microstructural design for in-service thermomechanical fatigue.

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Cao M, Liu Y, Dunne FPE, 2022, A crystal plasticity approach to understand fatigue response with respect to pores in additive manufactured aluminium alloys, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FATIGUE, Vol: 161, ISSN: 0142-1123

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Liu Y, Wan W, Dunne FPE, 2022, Characterisation and modelling of micro- and macroscale creep and strain rate sensitivity in Zircaloy-4, MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING, Vol: 840, ISSN: 0921-5093

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Bergsmo A, Xu Y, Poole B, Dunne Fet al., 2022, Twin boundary fatigue crack nucleation in a polycrystalline Nickel superalloy containing non-metallic inclusions, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, Vol: 160, ISSN: 0022-5096

Non-metallic inclusions and twin boundaries are preferred fatigue crack nucleation locations in polycrystalline Ni-based superalloys. A Heaviside HR-DIC, EBSD and multi-scale modelling strategy (CPFE-DDP) was used to assess experimental observations of fatigue crack nucleation near agglomerated inclusions in RR1000 at elevated temperature. Inclusion fracture and decohesion were observed within the first cycle of loading. Fatigue crack nucleation at the non-metallic inclusion coincided with that in an adjacent coarse grain containing a twin boundary. DDP modelling of the twin boundary showed the establishment of slip activation parallel as well as oblique to the interface, as observed in DIC characterisation. The DDP results showed pile-up driven generation of local GND density at the interface, in turn driving high local stored energy density and fatigue crack nucleation. These conditions were shown to result from the anisotropic elastic constraint at the twin boundary. In addition, the complex stress field arising from the agglomerate drives plasticity near the twin boundary contributing to the necessary conditions for fatigue crack nucleation.

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Shen S, Zhan M, Gao P, Hao W, Dunne FPE, Zheng Zet al., 2022, Microstructural Effects on Thermal-Mechanical Alleviation of Cold Dwell Fatigue in Titanium Alloys, CRYSTALS, Vol: 12

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Liu Y, El Chamaa S, Wenman MR, Davies CM, Dunne FPEet al., 2021, Hydrogen concentration and hydrides in Zircaloy-4 during cyclic thermomechanical loading, Acta Materialia, Vol: 221, Pages: 1-16, ISSN: 1359-6454

Hydride formation in Zircaloy-4 under cyclic thermomechanical loading has been investigated using characterized notched beam samples in four-point beam testing, and microstructurally-representative crystal plasticity modelling of the beam tests which incorporates an atomistically-informed equilibrium-state model for hydrogen concentration. The model provided the locations within the microstructure of high hydrogen content, above that required for saturation, hence predicting the anticipated locations of hydride observations in the experiments. The strain rate sensitivity of this alloy over the temperature range considered led to considerable intragranular slip and corresponding stress redistribution, and cyclic strain ratcheting leading to high hydrostatic stresses and in turn hydrogen concentrations, which explains the locations of experimentally observed hydride formation. The interstitial hydrogen interaction energy as well as the intragranular geometrically necessary dislocation density were shown to be important in controlling the spatial distributions of observed hydrides.

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Karamitros V, MacLachlan DW, Dunne FPE, 2021, Mechanistic fatigue in Ni-based superalloy single crystals: A study of crack paths and growth rates, JOURNAL OF THE MECHANICS AND PHYSICS OF SOLIDS, Vol: 158, ISSN: 0022-5096

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Liu Y, Adande S, Britton TB, Dunne FPEet al., 2021, Cold dwell fatigue analyses integrating crystal-level strain rate sensitivity and microstructural heterogeneity, International Journal of Fatigue, Vol: 151, Pages: 1-19, ISSN: 0142-1123

Cold dwell fatigue remains an important life-limiting factor in aircraft engine titanium alloys. Microstructure-level creep and stress accumulation during each loading cycle are controlled by strain rate sensitivity. Here, an integrated experimental and computational framework is used to link crystal-level slip properties to microstructure-sensitive cold dwell debit of a forged rotor graded Ti-6Al-4V alloy. Slip strengths and anisotropic strain rate sensitivities are extracted from micro-pillar compression tests for different slip systems, incorporated within α+β microstructurally-faithful polycrystal representations. Dwell and non-dwell cyclic loading in alloy Ti-6Al-4V are investigated for two differing microstructures, and the cycles to failure predicted based solely on the crystal c-axis tensile strength, and the dwell debit quantified. The dwell effect is predicted to diminish to zero below a peak applied stress of about 790 MPa in the alloy studied.

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Paramatmuni C, Guo Y, Withers PJ, Dunne FPEet al., 2021, A three-dimensional mechanistic study of the drivers of classical twin nucleation and variant selection in Mg alloys: A mesoscale modelling and experimental study, International Journal of Plasticity, Vol: 143, ISSN: 0749-6419

This work presents a detailed investigation of twin inception to identify site of twinning, variant type selected, and the strain to nucleate it within a full 3D reconstructed microstructure obtained using 3D-EBSD. Microstructurally-faithful 3D crystal plasticity analysis provides quantitative insight to show that stored energy density is a key factor (rather than stress or other criteria) which identifies the experimentally observed twin nucleation site (which supersedes twin inception), and the strain necessary to drive nucleation. 3D (as opposed to 2D surface) analysis has been shown to be essential. The critical energy density for twin nucleation was found to be ∼0.015 Jm-2 in Mg alloy AZ31. Further, at the predicted nucleation site, the experimentally observed twin variant is shown to be driven by the local twin resolved shear stress.

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Zhang X, Stinville J-C, Pollock TM, Dunne FPEet al., 2021, Crystallography and elastic anisotropy in fatigue crack nucleation at nickel alloy twin boundaries, JOURNAL OF THE MECHANICS AND PHYSICS OF SOLIDS, Vol: 155, ISSN: 0022-5096

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Poole B, Dunne F, 2021, Slip band interactions and GND latent hardening in a galling resistant stainless steel, Materials Science and Engineering: A, Vol: 813, ISSN: 0921-5093

Slip activation, slip band interactions, and GND densities in iron-base, galling resistant alloy Nitronic 60 have been characterised at the grain length scale using small-scale mechanical testing with high resolution digital image correlation and high-angular resolution electron backscatter diffraction. By correlating the two measurement techniques, new insight into slip band interactions, the generation of lattice curvature and the corresponding accumulation of geometrically necessary dislocations (GNDs) is provided. Multiple discrete slip bands are typically active within single grains, resulting in significant slip band interactions. Crossing slip bands were found to generate accumulations of GNDs. Regions where slip bands block other slip bands were associated with the highest GND densities, in excess of three time the densities of crossing slip bands. Representative crystal plasticity modelling investigations have demonstrated that discrete slip blocking events are responsible for locally elevated GND density. This behaviour is rationalised in terms of lattice curvature associated with the differing levels of constraint provided by the crossing or blocking-type behaviours. Ferrite grains are also found to contribute to the generation of GNDs. Together, these two effects provide significant work hardening mechanisms, likely to be key to the development of future iron-base hard facing alloys.

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Pan YB, Dunne FPE, MacLachlan DW, 2021, A mechanistic and stochastic approach to fatigue crack nucleation in coarse grain RR1000 using local stored energy, Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures, Vol: 44, Pages: 505-520, ISSN: 1460-2695

The crystal plasticity finite element (CPFE) method is used in conjunction with a critical local stored energy criterion to predict crack nucleation life for Coarse Grain (CG) nickel superalloy RR1000. Artificial representative microstructures are generated using Dream3D, and through simulation of multiple microstructural instantiations, a distribution of simulated fatigue response is generated. Fatigue of CG RR1000 is studied at 300°C and 700°C and at two R ratios of R = 0.1 and R = −1 giving a range of conditions to test the stored energy method. At higher temperature failure frequently occurs from inclusions, these are represented in the model by adding an inclusion with cohesive zones between inclusion and matrix. The results at 300°C are very good with the one parameter model (the critical stored energy) able to predict the mean, slope and distribution of fatigue data. At 700°C, the results are also good; however, fatigue life at high strain amplitude is overpredicted.

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Xu Y, Gu T, Xian J, Giuliani F, Britton T, Gourlay C, Dunne Fet al., 2021, Intermetallic size and morphology effects on creep rate of Sn-3Ag-0.5Cu solder, International Journal of Plasticity, Vol: 137, ISSN: 0749-6419

The creep behaviour of directionally solidified SAC305 (96.5Sn-3Ag-0.5Cu wt%) alloy has been investigated with integrated particle matrix composite (PMC) crystal plasticity modelling and quantitative experimental characterisation and test. In this manuscript, the mechanistic basis of creep rate dependence is shown to be influenced by plastic strain gradients, and the associated hardening due to geometrically necessary dislocation (GND) density. These gradients are created due to heterogenous deformation at the Sn phase and intermetallic compound (IMCs) boundaries. The size and distribution of IMCs is important, as finer and well dispersed IMCs leading to higher creep resistance and lower creep rates, and this agrees with experimental observations. This understanding has enabled the creation of a new microstructurally homogenized model which captures this mechanistic link between the GND hardening, the intermetallic size, and the corresponding creep rate. The homogenised model relates creep rates to the microstructure found within the solder alloy as they evolve in service, when ageing and coarsening kinetics are known.

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Xu Y, Wan W, Dunne F, 2021, Microstructural fracture mechanics: stored energy density at fatigue cracks, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, Vol: 146, ISSN: 0022-5096

This paper addresses the mechanistic drivers of short fatigue crack growth using theory, computational crystal plasticity and experimental test and characterisation. The asymptotic theory shows that the crack tip stored energy density is non-singular and finite and can be related to stress intensity, but unlike the latter, it depends on the crystal Burgers vector and intrinsic slip strength. The computational methods allow the stored energy to be calculated accurately at crack tips and show that good agreement is obtained for static cracks with the theory. The experiments allow the crack tip stored energy to be measured, demonstrating intimate microstructural sensitivity, direct correlation with experimental crack growth variations and good quantitative agreement with both asymptotic theory and computational modelling. Hence a new microstructurally-sensitive fracture mechanics has been presented in the context of short cracks within crystalline materials.

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Liu Y, Dunne FPE, 2021, The mechanistic link between macrozones and dwell fatigue in titanium alloys, International Journal of Fatigue, Vol: 142, ISSN: 0142-1123

This paper addresses the role of macrozone crystallography and morphology in dwell fatigue in titanium alloy Ti-6Al-4V. Until now, the relationship between macrozones and dwell fatigue damage has remained mechanistically uncertain, but this paper establishes a mechanistic link between macrozones and dwell fatigue damage, and explains the preference for dwell facets to be sub-surface. It also outlines the criteria which are important in a potential definition of a macrozone (or microtextured region). High aspect ratio (>~4) macrozones are particularly damaging when their long-axes are orientated near-normal to the principal loading direction, such that their basal planes are oriented to within ~15° to the principal stress direction. These criteria may be useful in guiding the development of a diagnostic experimental measurement tool (based on EBSD or ultrasonics for example) for macrozone detection in components.

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Xu Y, Joseph S, Karamched P, Fox K, Rugg D, Dunne F, Dye Det al., 2020, Predicting dwell fatigue life in titanium alloys using modelling and experiment, Nature Communications, Vol: 11, ISSN: 2041-1723

Fatigue is a difficult multi-scale modelling problem nucleating from localised plasticity at the scale of dislocations and microstructure with significant engineering safety implications. Cold dwell fatigue is a phenomenon in titanium where stress holds at moderate temperatures lead to substantial reductions in cyclic life, and has been implicated in service failures. Using discrete dislocation plasticity modelling complemented by transmission electron microscopy, we successfully predict lifetimes for ‘worst case’ microstructures representative of jet engine spin tests. Fatigue loading above a threshold stress is found to produce slip in soft grains, leading to strong dislocation pile-ups at boundaries with hard grains. Pile-up stresses generated are high enough to nucleate hard grain basal dislocations, as observed experimentally. Reduction of applied cyclic load alongside a temperature excursion during the cycle lead to much lower densities of prism dislocations in soft grains and, sometimes, the elimination of basal dislocations in hard grains altogether.

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Carpinteri A, Dunne FPE, Fatemi A, Morel F, Palin-Luc Tet al., 2020, Special Issue on 'Multiaxial Fatigue 2019': Selected papers from the 12th International Conference on Multiaxial Fatigue and Fracture (ICMFF12), held in Bordeaux, France, on 24-26 June 2019, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FATIGUE, Vol: 140, ISSN: 0142-1123

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Xu Y, Fox K, Rugg D, Dunne Fet al., 2020, Cyclic plasticity and thermomechanical alleviation in titanium alloys, International Journal of Plasticity, Vol: 134, Pages: 1-19, ISSN: 0749-6419

Cyclic behaviour of titanium alloy IMI834 has been investigated with a new thermo-mechanically coupled discrete dislocation plasticity formulation, integrated with experimental observation. The mechanistic basis of the cyclic loading dependence is shown to be the establishment of dislocation pileups and back stress development such that on partial unloading, reversed strain occurs by thermally-activated dislocation escape and reverse glide during a secondary stress hold. Anomalous cyclic strain accumulation in both isothermal and anisothermal stress-loaded alloy IMI834 is explained by the reversed straining and dislocation structure re-arrangement mechanisms. The mechanisms also provide the underpinning explanation for the beneficial effect of elevated temperature excursions in diminishing cyclic creep accumulation and hence reducing dwell fatigue sensitivity in titanium alloys by thermal alleviation.

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Lu X, Dunne FPE, Xu Y, 2020, A crystal plasticity investigation of slip system interaction, GND density and stored energy in non-proportional fatigue in Nickel-based superalloy, International Journal of Fatigue, Vol: 139, ISSN: 0142-1123

A dislocation and gradient-based crystal plasticity finite element study of fatigue has been carried out for nickel-based superalloy RR1000 in order to investigate detrimental non-proportional effects on fatigue life. Six differing multiaxial loading cycles including both proportional and non-proportional paths have been addressed and a critical stored energy density criterion employed for fatigue life. Non-proportional paths are shown to lead to higher numbers of intragranular slip system activations, reflecting experimental observations. These give higher geometrically necessary dislocation (GND) densities resulting from slip system interaction occurring through latent hardening effects in the model. The higher GND densities in turn drive up local stress and stored energy densities, thereby leading to lower predicted fatigue lives, in keeping with non-proportional fatigue experiments in the alloy considered. Intragranular slip system interaction may be the mechanistic explanation for non-proportional effects in fatigue of engineering alloys.

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Wan W, Dunne FPE, 2020, Microstructure-interacting short crack growth in blocky alpha Zircaloy-4, International Journal of Plasticity, Vol: 130, Pages: 1-15, ISSN: 0749-6419

Microstructurally short fatigue crack growth in blocky alpha Zircaloy-4 is experimentally investigated in cyclic three-point bend testing. The short crack propagation is sensitive to the local microstructure with respect to grain crystallographic orientation and grain boundaries. Polycrystals with predominant c-axis texture aligned out-of-plane and normal to loading give alternating crack paths along prismatic planes. Samples with c-axis texture aligned in plane and normal to loading typically show straight paths along prismatic planes, sometimes tortuous paths, but always crystallographic. Prismatic <a>-direction crack growth rate is low compared to that for prismatic <c>-direction growth for given loading. Hence the crystallographic plane within which cracks grow is important for determining overall growth rate. For tortuous cracks, with the predominant c-axis texture in plane and normal to loading, crack growth occurs along basal, prismatic and pyramidal planes, deflecting from one slip plane to another during transgranular propagation.

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Chen B, Janssens KGF, Dunne FPE, 2020, Role of geometrically necessary dislocation density in multiaxial and non-proportional fatigue crack nucleation, International Journal of Fatigue, Vol: 135, ISSN: 0142-1123

Experimental and crystal plasticity modelling studies have been carried out to investigate nonproportionality and stress state effects in fatigue in a 316 stainless steel and nickel-basedsuperalloy RR1000 which have substantial effects on fatigue life. Stored energy density hasprovided a reasonably consistent and unifying explanation for the experimental observationsof fatigue life in axial, torsional, in-phase proportional tension and torsion, and nonproportional loading regimes. A single fatigue quantity (the critical stored energy density,equating to new surface energy) has been shown to provide good qualitative and reasonablequantitative prediction of the experimental observations of the complex loading, providing amechanistic explanation for the fatigue behaviour. For the case where significant densities ofGNDs develop (for the fine-grained nickel), the latter is found to differentiate the proportionaland non-proportional fatigue lives and its contribution to the local stored energy is crucial forcapturing the correct fatigue lives under the differing loadings.

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Bergsmo A, Dunne FPE, 2020, Competing mechanisms of particle fracture, decohesion and slip-driven fatigue crack nucleation in a PM nickel superalloy, International Journal of Fatigue, Vol: 135, Pages: 105573-105573, ISSN: 0142-1123

Fatigue cracks may initiate around non-metallic inclusions via particle fracture, particle decohesion and slip-driven nucleation. Cohesive zone techniques within microstructurally faithful crystal plasticity modelling validated by micromechanical experiments (HR-DIC and HR-EBSD) are employed to investigate these nucleation phenomena. Particle fracture and decohesion lead to stress redistribution which influences subsequent energy storage driving slip-driven fatigue crack nucleation. Particle fracture and decohesion strengths were determined and using a stored energy criterion, the number of cycles to initiation of the fatigue microcrack was predicted. A threshold applied stress below which decohesion and fracture do not occur was obtained, thus modestly increasing fatigue life.

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Poole B, Barzdajn B, Dini D, Stewart D, Dunne FPEet al., 2020, The roles of adhesion, internal heat generation and elevated temperatures in normally loaded, sliding rough surfaces, International Journal of Solids and Structures, Vol: 185-186, Pages: 14-28, ISSN: 0020-7683

The thermal effects of plastic and frictional heat generation and elevated temperature were examined along with the role of adhesion in the context of galling wear, using a representative crystal plasticity, normally loaded, sliding surface model. Galling frequency behaviour was predicted for 316L steel. Deformation of the surfaces was dominated by the surface geometry, with no significant effect due to variations in frictional models. Plastic and frictional heating were found to have a minimal effect on the deformation of the surface, with the rapid conduction of heat preventing any highly localised heating. There was no corresponding effect on the predicted galling frequency response.Isothermal, elevated temperature conditions caused a decrease in galling resistance, driven by the temperature sensitivity of the critical resolved shear stress. The extent of deformation, as quantified by the area of plastically deformed material and plastic reach, increased with temperature. Comparisons were made with literature results for several surface amplitude and wavelength conditions. Model results compared favourably with those in the literature. However, the reduction in predicted galling resistance with elevated temperature for a fixed surface was not as severe as observations in the literature, suggesting other mechanisms (e.g. phase transformations, surface coatings and oxides) are likely important.

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Prastiti NG, Xu Y, Balint DS, Dunne FPEet al., 2020, Discrete dislocation, crystal plasticity and experimental studies of fatigue crack nucleation in single-crystal nickel, International Journal of Plasticity, Vol: 126, Pages: 1-14, ISSN: 0749-6419

Dislocation configurational energy and stored energy densities are determined in discrete dislocation and crystal plasticity modelling respectively and assessed with respect to experiments on single crystal nickel fatigue crack nucleation. Direct comparisons between the three techniques are provided for two crystal orientation fatigue tests. These provide confirmation that both quantities correctly identify the sites of fatigue crack nucleation and that stored energy density is a reasonable approximation to the more rigorous dislocation configurational energy. GND density is shown to be important in locating crack nucleation sites because of its role in the local configurational energy density.

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Piglione A, Yu J, Zhao J, Xiao C, Dunne F, Pham MSet al., 2020, Micro-mechanisms of Cyclic Plasticity at Stress Concentrations in a Ni-Based Single-Crystal Superalloy, Pages: 333-340, ISSN: 2367-1181

Ni-based single-crystal superalloys are high-temperature materials used for turbine blades in jet engines. Fatigue damage can pose a major threat to the integrity of such components in operation. Traditionally, TEM-based studies on the fatigue behaviour of superalloys has been studied by investigating cyclic plasticity in the bulk of the material. When the cyclic loads are nominally elastic, however, such investigation may not contribute to the understanding of the alloy’s fatigue behaviour, since plastic micro-strains are confined to regions near stress raisers such as microstructural defects and are therefore randomly distributed. In turn, the plastic micro-strains near the ‘critical’ stress raiser, i.e. the one that acts as nucleation site for the dominant crack, govern fatigue life by inducing early crack initiation, and are therefore the key to capture the material’s fatigue behaviour. Hence, this work is concerned with the experimental characterisation of cyclic plasticity at the initiation site in a Ni-based single-crystal superalloy at 800 °C tested with nominally elastic cyclic loads. Such investigation was carried out by focused ion beam (FIB) lift-outs and subsequent transmission electron microscopy (TEM) studies. It is shown that deformation is significantly more pronounced near the ‘critical’ stress concentration; in addition, deformation is rather homogeneous across large regions surrounding the stress raiser, with remarkably different deformation modes compared to those observed in the bulk of the specimens and from those expected in superalloys tested in similar conditions. The investigation of local cyclic plasticity at stress concentrations promises therefore to provide new insight into fatigue crack initiation in Ni-based superalloys.

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Zheng Z, Eisenlohr P, Bieler TR, Pagan DC, Dunne FPEet al., 2020, Heterogeneous Internal Strain Evolution in Commercial Purity Titanium Due to Anisotropic Coefficients of Thermal Expansion, JOM, Vol: 72, Pages: 39-47, ISSN: 1047-4838

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