Full-field temperature and strain measurements were recorded during tension tests of AISI 316 on a hydraulic load frame at a strain rate of 1 s⁻¹. The temperature increase was measured on one side of the specimen using a high speed IR camera while the deformation was measured on the opposite side with a visible camera, each at a frame rate of 500 FPS. Uniform deformation of the specimen was observed up to strains of 0.25 until necking occurred and localization strains reached up to 0.75 at failure. The maximum temperature as measured by the IR camera was 260 °C before failure. The fraction of plastic work converted to heat (ß) was calculated over the entire gage length of the specimen using the local measurements of stress, strain, and temperature and varied between 0.6 and 0.9 throughout the test.
|Nimi|| Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics|
|Conference||Annual Conference on Experimental and Applied Mechanics|
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