Simulation of the deep drawing process: a hierarchical method

Vincent T. Meinders, B.D. Carleer, Han Huetink

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Abstract

The finite element method becomes widely accepted to be a simulation tool for the deep drawing process. A necessary condition to generate accurate simulation results is a correct use of the numerical algorithms that are used in the finite element method. This paper concentrates on a hierarchical approach to perform an accurate simulation of a specific deep drawing product, i.e. the S-Rail. The necessary numerical algorithms for this simulation are investigated with the strip model. The results of this investigation are applied in the simulation of the complete S-Rail. Finally the simulation results are compared with experiments, leading to the conclusion that in a relatively short time an accurate simulation can be performed which shows a good agreement with the experimental results.
Original languageUndefined
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 1998
EventESAFORM 1998: 1st ESAFORM Conference on Material Forming - Sophia-Antipolis, France
Duration: 17 Mar 199820 Mar 1998
Conference number: 1

Conference

ConferenceESAFORM 1998
Abbreviated titleESAFORM
CountryFrance
CitySophia-Antipolis
Period17/03/9820/03/98

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  • IR-59310

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Meinders, V. T., Carleer, B. D., & Huetink, H. (1998). Simulation of the deep drawing process: a hierarchical method. Paper presented at ESAFORM 1998, Sophia-Antipolis, France.
Meinders, Vincent T. ; Carleer, B.D. ; Huetink, Han. / Simulation of the deep drawing process: a hierarchical method. Paper presented at ESAFORM 1998, Sophia-Antipolis, France.4 p.
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Meinders, VT, Carleer, BD & Huetink, H 1998, 'Simulation of the deep drawing process: a hierarchical method' Paper presented at ESAFORM 1998, Sophia-Antipolis, France, 17/03/98 - 20/03/98, .

Simulation of the deep drawing process: a hierarchical method. / Meinders, Vincent T.; Carleer, B.D.; Huetink, Han.

1998. Paper presented at ESAFORM 1998, Sophia-Antipolis, France.

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Meinders VT, Carleer BD, Huetink H. Simulation of the deep drawing process: a hierarchical method. 1998. Paper presented at ESAFORM 1998, Sophia-Antipolis, France.