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    When describing the relation between the flow stress and plastic strain of a material under a wide range of strain rates and temperatures, the original Johnson-Cook model generally requires a complicated modification, resulting in a loss of simplicity and clear physical interpretation. In this paper, without modification, the original Johnson-Cook model was calibrated separately for the static and dynamic compression of a DNAN-based melt-cast explosive. The stress-strain curves for static and dynamic compression of this explosive were experimentally measured with a universal testing machine and a split-Hopkinson pressure bar, respectively. Based on the stress-strain curves, the flow stress vs. plastic strain data were extracted and used to calibrate the Johnson-Cook model. The calibration process is described. The parameters for the strain term, strain rate term, and temperature term were fitted sequentially. One set of model parameters was not able to fully describe the relationship between flow stress and plastic strain for both the static and dynamic compression of the DNAN-based melt-cast explosive. Two sets of model parameters were separately calibrated and compared for the static and dynamic compression of this explosive. The effects of the adiabatic temperature rise and the definition of the yield point on this calibration were also investigated.


    Hanfei Xie, Xiangrong Zhang, Feichao Miao, Tao Jiang, Yingzhong Zhu, Xinxin Wu, Lin Zhou. Separate Calibration of Johnson-Cook Model for Static and Dynamic Compression of a DNAN-Based Melt-Cast Explosive. Materials (Basel, Switzerland). 2022 Aug 27;15(17)

    PMID: 36079315

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