*MAT_PAPER  a new orthotropic elastoplastic model for paper materials


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1 *MAT_PAPER  a new orthotropic elastoplastic model for paper materials Jesper Karlsson, Dynamore Nordic Mikael Schill, Dynamore Nordic Johan Tryding, Tetra Pak
2 *MAT_PAPER (*MAT_274) A new orthotropic elastoplastic material for modeling creasing and folding of paperbord Supports both SMP and MPP Supports both solids and shells Solids use hyperelastoplasticity Shells use hypoelastoplasticity Only explicit
3 Motivation Beverage cartons Produced by folding paperboard along creased lines Creasing causes damage necessary for subsequent folding Material failure, e.g. cracks, may here jeopardize a sterile environment
4 What to simulate Creasing Introduces damage/delamination Folding Folding without creasing causes unwanted edge cracks Folding with creasing causes controlled delamination
5 Characteristics of paperboard Paper is extremely anisotropic May have plies with vastly different properties Stiffness in MD 15 times the stiffness in CD and 100 times the stiffness in ZD
6 Model Based on papers by Xia et al and Nygards et al: Xia, Q., Boyce, M., Parks, D A Constitutive model for the anisotropic elasticplastic deformation of paper and paperboard. Int. J. Sol. Struct. 39, Nygårds, M., Just, M., Tryding, J Experimental and numerical studies of creasing of paperboard. Int. J. Sol. Struct. 46, Hyperelastic S = CE e, where F = F e F p and E e = 1 2 F e T F e I, Orthotropic C 1 = 1 E 1 υ 21 E 2 υ 31 E 3 υ 12 E 1 1 E 2 υ 32 E 3 υ 13 E 1 υ 23 E 2 1 E 3 1. G 12 1 G 23 1 Nonlinear elastic in ZD compression S 33 = C 31 E e 11 + C 32 E e 22 + G 13 E 3 E e 33, E e 33 0, E c e 3 1 exp C c E 33, E e 33 < 0.
7 Model  plastic properties In and outofplane properties uncoupled Three yield surfaces: inplane, outofplane, and transverse shear 6 inplane yield planes 1 MD tension 2 CD tension 3 Positive shear 4 MD compression 5 CD compression 6 Negative shear f = 6 i=1 max 0, S: N i q i ε p f 2k 1 0, q i ε p f = Si 0 + A i 0 tanh B i 0 ε p f + Ci 0 ε p f. Outofplane g = S 33 A σ + B σ exp C σ ε p g 1 0, Transverse shear h = S S 23 2 τ 0 + A τ min 0, S 33 B τ ε p h 1 0.
8 Stress in CDdirection Inplane yield surface N2 N4 N1 N5 Stress in MDdirection Hardening: yield planes move in their normal directions (N1N6) independently of each other
9 Model shell implementation Shells Hypoelastic: σ = CD e, where D = D e + D p, No plasticity in ZD, only nonlinear elasticity
10 Input parameters  card 1 MID = Unique identifier ID or ASCII label RO = Material density E1 = Elastic modulus in MD direction E2 = Elastic modulus in CD direction E3 = Elastic modulus in thickness direction (tension) PR21 = Poissons ratio in 21 direction PR32 = Poissons ratio in 32 direction (0.) PR31 = Poissons ratio in 31 direction (0.)
11 Input parameters  card 2 G12 = Shear modulus in 12 direction G23 = Shear modulus in 23 direction G13 = Shear modulus in 13 direction E3C = Young s modulus in thickness direction (compression) S 33 = C 31 E e 11 + C 32 E e 22 + E 3 E e 33, E e 33 0, E c e 3 1 exp C c E 33, E 33 e < 0. CC = Non linear elastic component in compression TWOK= Exponent in inplane yield surface
12 Input parameters  card 35 Cards 3, 4 and 5 sets the yield stresses, hardening and plastic flow directions for the inplane model The different variables denotes the different inplane yield planes 1 MD tension 2 CD tension 3 Positive shear 4 MD compression 5 CD compression 6 Negative shear The distinction of different yield planes allows for different hardening and different plastic flow directions in MD and CD directions both in tension and compression f = 6 i=1 max 0, S: N i q i ε p f 2k 1 0, q i ε p f = Si 0 + A i 0 tanh B i 0 ε p f + Ci 0 ε p f.
13 Input parameters  card 35 Negative number in S0i refers to load curve ID ABS(S0i), otherwise
14 Input parameters  card 5 PRPi determines the normal directions of the yield planes and hence the plastic flow direction due to the associated yield surface. N 1 = υ 1p υ 1p υ 1p T, N 4 = υ 4p υ 4p υ 4p T, N 2 = υ 2p 1 + υ2 2p υ2 2p N 3 = T T, N 5 = N 6 = N 3, υ 5p υ 5p υ 5p T,
15 Input parameters  card 6 ASIG = Out of plane plastic yield BSIG = Out of plane hardening parameter CSIG = Out of plane parameter TAU0 = Transverse shear yield ATAU = Transverse shear hardening parameter BTAU = Transverse shear hardening parameter (couples with thickness stress) g = S 33 A σ + B σ exp C σ ε p g 1 0, h = S S 23 2 τ 0 + A τ min 0, S 33 B τ ε p h 1 0.
16 Input parameters  card 78 Cards 7 and 8 defines the orthotropic directions of the material. Can be found for any anisotropic material.
17 Validation bending of single ply Bending of uncreased paperboard MWV260mN Force gauge (rigid) Rigid body for prescribed displacement Fully integrated shells 1x1 mm MWV260mN board mm thick Double precision version of LSDYNA 38 mm wide paper
18 Validation bending of three plies Stacking plies using *PART_COMPOSITE SHELLS with *PART_COMPOSITE SOLIDS
19 Validation  Creasing of three plies Experimental data from Nygårds et. al. (2009) To simulate delamination cohesive elements are used Cohesive zones are not necessarily related to the plies Initial configuration Fully compressed Relaxed
20 Validation  Creasing of three plies Experimental data from Nygårds et. al. (2009) To simulate delamination cohesive elements are used Cohesive zones are not necessarily related to the plies
21 Current work full forming simulation Timelapse of package forming from beverage filled precreased paper tube
22 Future  ICFD
23 Thank you!
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