Monitoring near-surface depth profile of residual stress in weakly anisotropic media by Rayleigh-wave dispersion

Yue Chen, Chi Sing Man, Kazumi Tanuma, Christopher Kube

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Herein we study the inverse problem on inferring depth profile of near-surface residual stress in a weakly anisotropic medium by boundary measurement of Rayleigh-wave dispersion if all other relevant material parameters of the elastic medium are known. Our solution of this inverse problem is based on a recently developed algorithm by which each term of a high-frequency asymptotic formula for dispersion relations can be computed for Rayleigh waves that propagate in various directions along the free surface of a vertically-inhomogeneous, prestressed, and weakly anisotropic half-space. As a prime example of possible applications we focus on a thick-plate sample of AA 7075-T651 aluminum alloy, which has one face treated by low plasticity burnishing (LPB) that induced a depth-dependent prestress at and immediately beneath the treated surface. We model the sample as a prestressed, weakly-textured orthorhombic aggregate of cubic crystallites and assume that by nondestructive and/or destructive measurements we have ascertained everything about the sample, including the LPB-induced prestress, before it is put into service. Under the supposition that the prestress be partially relaxed but other material parameters remain unchanged after the sample undergoes a period of service, we examine the possibility of inferring the depth profile of the partially relaxed stress by boundary measurement of Rayleigh-wave dispersion.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)119-138
Number of pages20
JournalWave Motion
Volume77
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 1 2018

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wave dispersion
anisotropic media
Rayleigh waves
residual stress
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plastic properties
thick plates
elastic media
half spaces
aluminum alloys
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Monitoring near-surface depth profile of residual stress in weakly anisotropic media by Rayleigh-wave dispersion. / Chen, Yue; Man, Chi Sing; Tanuma, Kazumi; Kube, Christopher.

In: Wave Motion, Vol. 77, 01.03.2018, p. 119-138.

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