The implementation of the projected algorithm and of the consistent tangent tensor for general isotropic three-invariant elastoplastic models under planestress conditions discussed in Part I of this paper [Valoroso, N., Rosati, L., 2008. Consistent derivation of the constitutive algorithm for plane stress isotropic plasticity. Part I: Theoretical formulation. International Journal of Solids and Structures, doi: 10.1016/j.ijsolstr.2008.08.012.] is addressed. The connections between the general three-dimensional case and the planestress problem are analyzed in detail and an algorithmic treatment taking full advantage of the isotropic properties of the model is presented. In particular, intrinsic (matrix-free) expressions are provided for all steps of the stress computation scheme that allow one to carry out the numerical implementation in a way that is completely independent from the matrix representations. The numerical performances of the present solution scheme are evaluated through representative numerical examples.

Consistent derivation of the constitutive algorithm for plane stress isotropic plasticity. Part II: Computational issues

ROSATI, LUCIANO
2009

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The implementation of the projected algorithm and of the consistent tangent tensor for general isotropic three-invariant elastoplastic models under planestress conditions discussed in Part I of this paper [Valoroso, N., Rosati, L., 2008. Consistent derivation of the constitutive algorithm for plane stress isotropic plasticity. Part I: Theoretical formulation. International Journal of Solids and Structures, doi: 10.1016/j.ijsolstr.2008.08.012.] is addressed. The connections between the general three-dimensional case and the planestress problem are analyzed in detail and an algorithmic treatment taking full advantage of the isotropic properties of the model is presented. In particular, intrinsic (matrix-free) expressions are provided for all steps of the stress computation scheme that allow one to carry out the numerical implementation in a way that is completely independent from the matrix representations. The numerical performances of the present solution scheme are evaluated through representative numerical examples.
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