Application of Anand's constitutive model on twin roll casting process of AZ31 magnesium alloy
【摘要】：正Twin-roll thin strip casting process combines casting and hot rolling into a single process, in which thermal stress and thermal mechanical stress were involved. Considering the high temperature gradient, the existing of liquid and solid regions and rolling deformation, suitable constitutive model is the key to describe the process. Anand's model is a temperature-dependent, rate-dependent and unified of creep and plasticity model and the Jaumann derivative was employed in Anand's model which makes the constitutive model frame-indifferent or objective, therefore the highly nonlinearities behavior in the twin-roll casting process can be simulated. The parameters of the Anand's model were regressed based on the compression tests of AZ31 magnesium alloy. The simulation results reveal that the Anand's model can well describe the deformation characteristics of twin-roll casting process. Based on the simulation results, the form of evolution equations in Anand's model was discussed.