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deviatoric stress invariant J2 reaches a critical value k. For this reason, it is sometimes called the

J2-plasticity or J2 flow theory. It is part of a plasticity theory that applies best to ductile materials,

such as metals. Prior to yield, material response is assumed to be elastic.

In materials science and engineering the von Mises yield criterion can be also formulated in

terms of the von Mises stress or equivalent tensile stress, v, a scalar stress value that can be

computed from the stress tensor. In this case, a material is said to start yielding when its von

Mises stress reaches a critical value known as the yield strength, y. The von Mises stress is used

to predict yielding of materials under any loading condition from results of simple uniaxial

tensile tests. The von Mises stress satisfies the property that two stress states with equal

distortion energy have equal von Mises stress.

Because the von Mises yield criterion is independent of the first stress invariant, I1, it is

applicable for the analysis of plastic deformation for ductile materials such as metals, as the

onset of yield for these materials does not depend on the hydrostatic component of the stress

tensor.

Although formulated by Maxwell in 1865, it is generally attributed to Richard Edler von Mises

(1913).[2] Tytus Maksymilian Huber (1904), in a paper in Polish, anticipated to some extent this

criterion.[3] This criterion is also referred to as the MaxwellHuberHenckyvon Mises theory.

The von Mises yield surfaces in principal stress coordinates circumscribes a cylinder with radius

around the hydrostatic axis. Also shown is Tresca's hexagonal yield surface.

Mathematically the yield function for the von Mises condition is expressed as:

where k can be shown to be the yield stress of the material in pure shear. As it will become

evident later in the article, at the onset of yielding, the magnitude of the shear yield stress in pure

shear is 3 times lower than the tensile yield stress in the case of simple tension. Thus, we have

can be expressed as:

Substituting J2 in terms of the principal stresses into the von Mises criterion equation we have

or

This equation defines the yield surface as a circular cylinder (See Figure) whose yield curve, or

intersection with the deviatoric plane, is a circle with radius

the yield condition is independent of hydrostatic stresses.

, or

Projection of the von Mises yield criterion into the 1,2 plane

In the case of uniaxial stress or simple tension,

reduces to

.

Therefore, the material starts to yield, when 1 reaches the yield strength of the material y,

which is a characteristic material property. In practice, this parameter is indeed determined in a

tensile test satisfying the uniaxial stress condition.

It is also convenient to define an Equivalent tensile stress or von Mises stress, v, which is used

to predict yielding of materials under multiaxial loading conditions using results from simple

uniaxial tensile tests. Thus, we define

.

In this case, yielding occurs when the equivalent stress, v, reaches the yield strength of the

material in simple tension, y. As an example, the stress state of a steel beam in compression

differs from the stress state of a steel axle under torsion, even if both specimen are of the same

material. In view of the stress tensor, which fully describes the stress state, this difference

manifests in six degrees of freedom, because the stress tensor has six independent components.

Therefore, it is difficult to tell which of the two specimens is closer to the yield point or has even

reached it. However, by means of the von Mises yield criterion, which depends solely on the

value of the scalar von Mises stress, i.e., one degree of freedom, this comparison is

straightforward: A larger von Mises value implies that the material is closer to the yield point.

In the case of pure shear stress,

becomes:

.

This means that, at the onset of yielding, the magnitude of the shear stress in pure shear is

times lower than the tensile stress in the case of simple tension. The von Mises yield criterion for

pure shear stress, expressed in principal stresses, is

This equation represents an ellipse in the plane 1 2, as shown in the Figure above.

Hencky (1924) offered a physical interpretation of von Mises criterion suggesting that yielding

begins when the elastic energy of distortion reaches a critical value.[3] For this, the von Mises

criterion is also known as the maximum distortion strain energy criterion. This comes from

the relation between J2 and the elastic strain energy of distortion WD:

In 1937 [4] Arpad L. Nadai suggested that yielding begins when the octahedral shear stress

reaches a critical value, i.e. the octahedral shear stress of the material at yield in simple tension.

In this case, the von Mises yield criterion is also known as the maximum octahedral shear

stress criterion in view of the direct proportionality that exist between J2 and the octahedral

shear stress, oct, which by definition is

thus we have

Also shown in the figure is Tresca's maximum shear stress criterion (dashed line). Observe that

Tresca's yield surface is circumscribed by von Mises'. Therefore, it predicts plastic yielding

already for stress states that are still elastic according to the von Mises criterion. As a model for

plastic material behavior, Tresca's criterion is therefore more conservative.

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