Computer modeling of sheet metal forming process: theory, verification, and application : proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the Metallurgical Society and the TMS Detroit Section, held at the 12th Automotive Materials Symposium, Ann Arbor, Michigan, April 29-30, 1985
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Modelling of Forming Processes for Tool Design and Manufacturing
Evaluation Methods of Press Forming Severity in CAD Applications
Finite Element Modeling of a StretchFormed Part
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analysis angle anisotropy axisymmetric B-spline behavior bending effects blank shape blankholder blankholder load boundary conditions CAD system calculated coefficient of friction computer model conical cup constitutive equation corner radius curvature curves deck-lid deep drawing determined developed die-face shapes draw-in drawbead restraining force elastic elastic-plastic elongation evaluation experimental data experiments finite element analysis Finite Element Method flange flow stress formability forming limit forming process formulation fracture friction coefficients function geometric model grid increments lubricant material properties matrix measured Mech membrane model MINOR STRAIN modulus necking nodal nodes numerical obtained panel parameters parametric model path plane plane-strain plastic deformation predicted press forming severity problem punch contact punch depth punch radius punch stretching radii rectangular Sheet Metal Forming sheet thickness shell shown in Figure simulation solution springback stamping steel strain distribution strain rate tensile tests tension tooling uniaxial values variables vector velocity Wang yield Young's modulus