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by Dorel Banabic

Author: Dorel Banabic
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 2010 edition (June 30, 2010)
Pages: 301 pages
Category: Engineering and Transport
Rating: 4.7
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Numerical simulation of metal forming processes, as a component of the virtual

Numerical simulation of metal forming processes, as a component of the virtual. The first chapter reminds some fundamental topics of the theory of plasticity.

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Sheet metal forming processes: Constitutive modelling and numerical simulation. The localized and diffuse necking models proposed by Hill and Mattiasson, Sigvant, and Larsson, respectively, have been selected for this purpose.

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The numerical modeling process is performed on a fully coupled damage constitutive equations and the advanced 3D adaptive remeshing procedure. Based on continuum damage mechanics, an isotropic damage model coupled with the Johnson–Cook flow law is proposed to satisfy the thermodynamic and damage requirements in metals. The Lemaitre damage potential was chosen to control the damage evolution process and the effective configuration.

The performances of the models are proved by the numerical simulation of various sheet metal forming processes: hydroforming, deep-drawing and forming of the complex parts. Modeling and numerical simulation of sheet metal forming processes.

Numerical simulation of metal forming processes, as a component of the virtual manufacturing process, has a very . Cluj-Napoca, Romania December 2009. 1 FE-Models of the Sheet Metal Forming Processes.

Numerical simulation of metal forming processes, as a component of the virtual manufacturing process, has a very important contribution to the reduction of the lead time. The finite element method is currently the most widely used numerical procedure for simulating sheet metal forming processes. The accuracy of the simulation programs used in industry is influenced by the constitutive models and the forming limit curves models incorporated in their structure.

4 Dorel Banabic Sheet Metal Forming Processes Constitutive Modelling and Numerical Simulation 12. Numerical simulation of metal forming processes, as a component of the virtual manufacturing process, has a very important contribution to the reduction of the lead time.

4 Dorel Banabic Sheet Metal Forming Processes Constitutive Modelling and Numerical Simulation 123. 5 Prof.

Metal forming simulation offers particular advantages in the case of high strength steel and advanced high-strength . D. Banabic et al "Sheet Metal Forming Processes, Constitutive Modelling and Numerical Simulation", 2010, pages 218–230.

Metal forming simulation offers particular advantages in the case of high strength steel and advanced high-strength steel which are used in current day automobiles to reduce weight while maintaining crash safety of the vehicle.

The concept of virtual manufacturing has been developed in order to increase the industrial performances, being one of the most ef cient ways of reducing the m- ufacturing times and improving the quality of the products. Numerical simulation of metal forming processes, as a component of the virtual manufacturing process, has a very important contribution to the reduction of the lead time. The nite element method is currently the most widely used numerical procedure for s- ulating sheet metal forming processes. The accuracy of the simulation programs used in industry is in uenced by the constitutive models and the forming limit curves models incorporated in their structure. From the above discussion, we can distinguish a very strong connection between virtual manufacturing as a general concept, ?nite element method as a numerical analysis instrument and constitutive laws,aswellas forming limit curves as a speci city of the sheet metal forming processes. Consequently, the material modeling is strategic when models of reality have to be built. The book gives a synthetic presentation of the research performed in the eld of sheet metal forming simulation during more than 20 years by the members of three international teams: the Research Centre on Sheet Metal Forming―CERTETA (Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania); AutoForm Company from Zürich, Switzerland and VOLVO automotive company from Sweden. The rst chapter presents an overview of different Finite Element (FE) formu- tions used for sheet metal forming simulation, now and in the past.