Closing the Gap between the Workshop and Numerical Simulations in Sheet Metal Forming

B.D. Carleer, Han Huetink

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Abstract

The accuracy and reliability of numerical simulations of sheet metal forming processes do not yet satisfy the industrial requirements. In this paper we pay attention to the strategies which can be followed to decrease the gap between the real deepdrawing process and the predictions obtained from the simulation. We will focus on three aspects to improve the numerical simulations. The contact search for an accurate contact and friction behaviour is treated firstly. The friction behaviour itself is the second point of attention. Thirdly, attention is paid to drawbead modelling in 3D simulations
Original languageUndefined
Pages554-560
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 1996
Event2nd European Conference on Numerical Methods in Engineering, ECCOMAS 1996 - Paris, France
Duration: 9 Sep 199613 Sep 1996
Conference number: 2

Conference

Conference2nd European Conference on Numerical Methods in Engineering, ECCOMAS 1996
Abbreviated titleECCOMAS
CountryFrance
CityParis
Period9/09/9613/09/96

Keywords

  • IR-59290

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Carleer, B. D., & Huetink, H. (1996). Closing the Gap between the Workshop and Numerical Simulations in Sheet Metal Forming. 554-560. Paper presented at 2nd European Conference on Numerical Methods in Engineering, ECCOMAS 1996, Paris, France.
Carleer, B.D. ; Huetink, Han. / Closing the Gap between the Workshop and Numerical Simulations in Sheet Metal Forming. Paper presented at 2nd European Conference on Numerical Methods in Engineering, ECCOMAS 1996, Paris, France.7 p.
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Closing the Gap between the Workshop and Numerical Simulations in Sheet Metal Forming. / Carleer, B.D.; Huetink, Han.

1996. 554-560 Paper presented at 2nd European Conference on Numerical Methods in Engineering, ECCOMAS 1996, Paris, France.

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Carleer BD, Huetink H. Closing the Gap between the Workshop and Numerical Simulations in Sheet Metal Forming. 1996. Paper presented at 2nd European Conference on Numerical Methods in Engineering, ECCOMAS 1996, Paris, France.