Provides a simple approach for constructing dynamic materials
modeling suggested by Prasad and Gegel
TPMplt, short for thermal processing-map plot, is a tool-kit for constructing dynamic material model (DMM) and corresponding visualization
if(! "devtools" %in% installed.packages()) install.packages("devtools") devtools::install_github("CubicZebra/TPMplt")
TPMplt is a tool-kit for building and visualizing the dynmaic materials model (DMM), suggested by Prasad and Gegel. It provides an easy approach to calculate constructive functions and other related material constants based on a given strain condiiton. 2D and 3D processing-maps with temperature as its x axis, while logarithm strain rate as its y axis are also available.
AllPF() can apply polynomial fitting for all user-customized subsections for all raw stess-strain curves.
The raw data will be like:
After multi-functional polynomial fitting, the curves will be:
Before making the processing maps, temperature correction should be applied. By calling the function
TCorrect() to the raw data, the fitted result will be:
The key function to build dynamic material model (DMM) from raw data is achieved by
DMMprocess(). This function has two most important arguments:
ConsFun. The argument
InteractMode control the output of figures and parameters computed for DMM, here're some examples:
Related parameters will be printed out in console when
InteractMode is TRUE:
Afer making the model and applying regression, the 2D processing map can be generated as:
The background in gradient colors informs the stability coefficient $\xi$ while the contours reminds the power dissipation efficiency $\eta$.
$\xi$ and $\eta$ can also be respectively generated using the 3D plot function. The result will be as:
Author: ZHANG Chen
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