Suitable material model to predict mechanical performance
09-22-2018, 09:15 AM,
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Suitable material model to predict mechanical performance
hi

We have recently repaired a nickel super alloy using laser cladding and we are basically interested in a suitable plasticity model that would predict the mechanical strength of such parts. Could you please suggest if any some models have been tried out in the past.
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