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Residual Stress Induced by Waterjet Peening: A Finite Element Analysis

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S. Kunaporn, M. Ramulu

University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195  

M. G. Jenkins

University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, MI 48221  

M. Hashish

Flow International, Kent, WA

J. Pressure Vessel Technol 126(3), 333-340 (Aug 18, 2004) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1767175 History: Received August 05, 2003; Revised November 01, 2003; Online August 18, 2004
Copyright © 2004 by ASME
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Graphic representation of the waterjet peening process
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Schematic of pressure profile across a cross section of the jet at any SODs using the proposed mathematical model calculated using ps=310 MPa,u=12.7 mm/s, and dn=0.33 mm25
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Finite element discretization of the three-dimensional geometry
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Contour of von Mises equivalent stresses at the load at which yielding is observed using the Leach & Walker pressure distribution
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Contour of the equivalent stress: (a) loading and (b) unloading
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Distribution of the ratio of equivalent stress to the yield strength (σeq/Sy) compared between (a) loading to the maximum load, and (b) unloading to zero
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Contours of the stresses as compared between loading and unloading: (a)–(b) the radial stress, σrr, (c)–(d) the tangential stress, σθθ and (e)–(f ) the perpendicular stress, σzz
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Stresses on the surface at loading and unloading: (a) radial stress, σrr (b) tangential stress, σθθ, and (c) normal stress, σzz.
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The stresses along the axis of symmetry at loading and unloading: (a) the radial stress, σrr, (b) the tangential stress, σθθ, and (c) the perpendicular stress, σzz.
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(a) Residual stress distribution versus depth and (b) its corresponding hardness distribution of the specimen waterpeened using ps=310 MPa, and f=12.7 mm/s
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Residual stress and surface displacement under varying applied impact pressure
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Surface residual stress distibution versus radial distance: (a) surface radial residual stresses, σrr, and (b) surface tangential stress, σθθ
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Subsurface residual stress distribution versus depth from the surface: (a) surface radial residual stress, σrr, and (b) surface tangential stress, σθθ

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