Papers by Keyword: Strain States

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Authors: Chen Hao Wang, William J.T. Daniel, Hai Bo Lu, Sheng Liu, Paul Anthony Meehan
Abstract: Two-point incremental sheet forming process (TPIF) is an emerging and promising manufacturing process for the production of complex geometries or customized functional sheet components. In this study, the single-pass TPIF process is investigated using experimental and numerical approaches to study the forming force evolution, fracture behavior and strain states with a varied wall angle hemisphere shape. It can be concluded that both the peak force and fracture depth increases with tool diameter and incremental depth in TPIF process. It seems the deformation mechanism or the failure mechanism is strongly dependent on particular forming conditions based on a failure parts morphology observation. FEM simulation results indicated that the major plastic strain is positive while the minor plastic strain is negative in the TPIF process on a hemiphere shape. it can be concluded that the strain increment and total equivalent plastic strain is affected by both tool diameter and incremental depth.
Authors: Moo Young Huh, Hyung Gu Kang, C.K. Kang
Abstract: Asymmetrical rolling was performed by rolling AA 1050 sheets with different velocities of upper and lower rolls. In order to study the effect of roll gap geometry on the evolution of strain states and textures during asymmetrical rolling, the reduction per rolling pass was varied. After asymmetrical rolling, the outer thickness layers depicted shear textures and the center thickness layers displayed a random texture. With decreasing reduction per an asymmetrical rolling pass, the thickness layers depicting shear textures increases. The strain states associated with asymmetrical rolling were investigated by simulations with the finite element method (FEM).
Authors: Marilena Glovnea, Cornel Suciu
Abstract: In the case of shaft-hub joints with cylindrical pins found in both macro and micro-devices, a longitudinal gutter with an almost half-circular cross section is practiced along the length of the shaft segment. The center of the circular arc is placed on the circular edge of the cross section. The present paper aims to model strain and stress states within such a shaft, when the material elastic properties are known along with shaft segment length and applied torque. Using the MathCad environment, 3D and constant stress level plots were obtained for the distribution of tangential stresses over the cross section. After application of torque, the transverse cross sections shift and become anti-symmetric as illustrated by the obtained 3D and constant strain plots.
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