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2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-7
Author(s):  
Erjian Wei ◽  
Bin Hu ◽  
Jing Li ◽  
Kai Cui ◽  
Zhen Zhang ◽  
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A rock creep constitutive model is the core content of rock rheological mechanics theory and is of great significance for studying the long-term stability of engineering. Most of the creep models constructed in previous studies have complex types and many parameters. Based on fractional calculus theory, this paper explores the creep curve characteristics of the creep elements with the fractional order change, constructs a nonlinear viscoelastic-plastic creep model of rock based on fractional calculus, and deduces the creep constitutive equation. By using a user-defined function fitting tool of the Origin software and the Levenberg–Marquardt optimization algorithm, the creep test data are fitted and compared. The fitting curve is in good agreement with the experimental data, which shows the rationality and applicability of the proposed nonlinear viscoelastic-plastic creep model. Through sensitivity analysis of the fractional order β2 and viscoelastic coefficient ξ2, the influence of these creep parameters on rock creep is clarified. The research results show that the nonlinear viscoelastic-plastic creep model of rock based on fractional calculus constructed in this paper can well describe the creep characteristics of rock, and this model has certain theoretical significance and engineering application value for long-term engineering stability research.


2022 ◽  
Author(s):  
Liang Zhang ◽  
Wolfgang J. Klimm ◽  
Kawai Kwok ◽  
Wenbin Yu

2021 ◽  
pp. 441-451
Author(s):  
Guoyang Liu ◽  
Junfang Xia ◽  
Kan Zheng ◽  
Jian Cheng ◽  
Liu Jiang ◽  
...  

In order to study the compressive creep properties and laws of paddy soil, multi-stress creep experiments of paddy soil with different moisture content were carried out. The results show that the creep deformation of paddy soil, subjected to compressive loads effect, develops stably and the paddy soil is not destructed under the yield strength when the stress is low. When the stress level is higher than the yield strength, the internal damage of paddy soil would be caused at the moment of loading. With the extension of creep time, the cracks would gradually expand, resulting in the soil to yield, break and disintegrate. According to the analysis of the deformation properties of paddy soil under compression and the change trend of creep curve, the nonlinear viscoelastic-plastic model was composed of the nonlinear viscoplastic model and Burgers model in series. The creep test curve was introduced into the model for fitting, and the coefficient of determination reached more than 0.96. Based on the model, the strain composition, strain proportion, and strain rate of paddy soil were studied. Finally, the nonlinear model was compared with Burgers model by verification test. The fitting accuracy of the nonlinear model was better than Burgers model, and the coefficient of determination and relative error were 0.997 and 0.437%, respectively, which proved the rationality and correctness of the nonlinear viscoelastic-plastic model. This study can provide a theoretical basis for the optimization of tillage machinery structure and the simulation analysis of soil tillage and compaction.


Author(s):  
Yi Chen ◽  
Lloyd V. Smith

AbstractPolymers in general, and adhesives in particular, can exhibit nonlinear viscoelastic–viscoplastic response. Prior work has shown that this complex behavior can be described using analytical models, which provided good agreement with measured creep and recovery response. Under cyclic loading, however, some adhesives exhibit a temporal response different from what would be expected from their creep behavior. Ratcheting describes the accumulation of deformation from cyclic loading. The failure surfaces of adhesives subjected to creep and cyclic loads provide evidence of failure modes that depend on the loading history, suggesting a cause for the change in temporal response. The following considers two approaches to describe the ratcheting behavior of adhesives. Given the reduced time dependence, the first approach involved a nonlinear viscoelastic–plastic model. The second approach used a nonlinear viscoelastic–viscoplastic model, calibrated from the cyclic response, rather than the creep response. While both models showed good agreement with experiment for long exposure to cyclic loading, only the viscoelastic–viscoplastic model agreed with experiment for both short and long loading histories.


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