Sheet Metal 2011

Volume 473

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: Laurence Giraud-Moreau, Abel Cherouat, Houman Borouchaki

Abstract: In this work, an adaptive remeshing scheme is presented in order to simulate with accuracy sheet metal forming processes. During simulations...

Authors: Thomas Svec, Martin Grüner, Marion Merklein

Abstract: Increasing demands regarding security aspects and light weight construction lead to the application of advanced high strength steels (AHSS)...

Authors: Martin Grüner, Marion Merklein

Abstract: The use of high and ultra high strength steels in modern bodies in white raises steadily since the 1980’s. This trend is caused by the...

Authors: J. Hol, M.V. Cid Alfaro, T. Meinders, J. Huétink

Abstract: The Coulomb friction model is frequently used for sheet metal forming simulations. This model incorporates a constant coefficient of...

Authors: Bouchaib Radi, A. Ayadi, Abel Cherouat, Laurence Giraud-Moreau, A. El Hami

Abstract: In this study, we present an experimental/numerical methodology which aims to improve 3D thin sheet hydroforming. The experimental study is...

Authors: Giuseppe Casalino

Abstract: The design of experiments (DOE) is a very useful tool to design and analyze complicated industrial design problems. They help to understand...

Authors: Reginald Dewil, Pieter Vansteenwegen, Dirk Cattrysse

Abstract: This paper deals with generating paths for cutting irregular parts nested on a metal sheet. The objective is to minimize the total...

Authors: Vishal Naranje, Shailendra Kumar

Abstract: In this paper a knowledge based system (KBS) for checking manufacturability of deep drawn sheet metal parts is described. For the...

Authors: Lorenz Steinwender, Christoph Salzmann, Alexander Kainz, Konrad Krimpelstätter, Klaus Zeman

Abstract: Tension leveling is employed as one of the final processes in continuous galvanizing and finishing lines in order to improve strip flatness...

Authors: Antonio del Prete, Gabriele Papadia, Teresa Primo

Abstract: Finite element analysis (FEA) is a powerful tool to evaluate the formability of stamping parts during process and die design development...


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