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Volume 221, 2019XXVI Conference on Numerical Methods for Solving Problems in the Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity (EPPS-2019)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||30 October 2019|
Solution of the problem of impact elastoplastic deformation of a thin layer of mechanoluminophor using the methods of the dislocation microdynamic theory of plasticity
Institute of Information Technology and Radio Electronics, Vladimir State University ; Gorky Street 87, 600000 Vladimir, Russia
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Published online: 30 October 2019
The paper presents the results of numerical simulation of the output optical signals of mechanoluminescent shock sensors. Such sensors operate on the principle of direct conversion of mechanical impact energy into optical radiation energy. The sensing element of such a sensor is a thin layer of phosphor enclosed between two transparent flexible polymer films. The mathematical model of the sensor is based on the process of excitation of the glow centers (activator atoms) in a strong electric field of a moving dislocation. The stress-strain state of the film sensing element under quasi-static uniaxial loading under the action of a single pressure pulse is considered. The analysis of constitutive equations for elasto-plastic deformations and the basic equations of the dynamic theory of dislocations. To calculate the deformation of the sensing element, a microscopic model of an isotropic elastic-plastic medium with hardening is used, according to which the plastic deformation is considered as a result of the movement and multiplication of dislocations, and the hardening is as a result of their partial locking due to the increased density.
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