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This symposium was the twenty-first in an annual series. The objective of this symposium was to discuss the research frontiers in experimental and theoretical methods of sheet metal forming analysis and, also, to determine directions of future research to advance technology that would be useful in metal stamping plants. Metal deformation analyses which provide guide- lines for metal flanging are already in use.
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Today the metal forming industry is making increasing use of simulation to evaluate the performing of dies, processes and blanks prior to building try-out tooling. Finite element analysis FEA is the most common method of simulating sheet metal forming operations to determine whether a proposed design will produce parts free of defects such as fracture or wrinkling. Sheet metal forming, which is often referred to as stamping , is a process in which a piece of sheet metal, referred to as the blank, is formed by stretching between a punch and a die. Deformation of the blank is typically limited by buckling, wrinkling, tearing, and other negative characteristics which makes it impossible to meet quality requirements or makes it necessary to run at a slower than desirable rate.
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Fukui, S. February 1, February ; 88 1 : — Research activities and their results on sheet metal forming in Japan are introduced with emphasis on the mechanics of sheet metal press-forming. Based on the governing deformation mechanisms and the characteristics of forming limits, sheet metal press-forming processes are classified into deep drawing, bulging, stretch flange forming, and bending. According to this classification, formability and its testing can systematically be evaluated with the aid of the analysis of process mechanics. For the stress and strain analyses, the method of calculation is well established and the use of a computer reveals the detail stress and strain distributions in the process.
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In automotive manufacturing, high strength materials, and aluminum alloys are widely used to address the requirement of ensuring a lightweight car body and correspondingly, reducing pollution. In this context of complexity of materials and structures, an optimized process design with finite element analyses FEA is mandatory, as well as a correct definition of the material forming limits. For this purpose, in sheet metal forming, the forming limit curve FLC is used. The FLC is defined by the onset of necking. The standard evaluation method according to DIN EN ISO is based on the cross-section method and assumes that the failure occurs due to a clear localized necking.
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. Deformation processes transform solid materials from one shape into another. The initial shape is usually simple e. A sequence of such processes is generally used to form material progressively from a simple geometry into a complex shape, whereby the tools represent the desired geometry and impart compressive or tensile stresses to the deforming material through the tool-material interface, as illustrated in Figure for the cases of extrusion and deep drawing.
Mechanics of Sheet Metal Forming
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Mechanics of Sheet Metal Forming. Editors view affiliations Donald P. Koistinen; Neng-Ming Wang Front Matter.
Ладно, - процедил Стратмор. - Итак, даже в самых экстремальных условиях самый длинный шифр продержался в ТРАНСТЕКСТЕ около трех часов. - Да. Более или менее так, - кивнула Сьюзан.
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