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نتایج جستجو برای Forming limit diagram (FLD)

تعداد نتایج: 259128  
H Aleyasin, M Kadkhodayan,

The forming limit diagram (FLD) is probably the most common representation of sheet metal formability and can be defined as the locus of the principal planar strains where failure is most likely to occur. Low carbon steel sheets have many applications in industries, especially in automotive parts, therefore it is necessary to study the formability of these steel sheets. In this paper, FLDs, wer...

F. Haji Abotalebi, M. Moradi, M. Nasr,

Up to now a large number of models have been developed to measure or predict the damage in equipments. Some of these models have been implemented in ABAQUS software. To implement damage parameters in the software, it is necessary to perform complex and expensive practical tests. One of these damage models is Forming Limit Diagram (FLD).The purpose of this research is deriving required parameter...

Journal: :مکانیک هوافضا 0
rasool safdarian,

because of high strength to weight ratio, 6061 aluminum has many applications in different industries like automotive and aerospace industries and can help to reduction of fuel consumption. forming limit diagram (fld) is a useful method for sheet metal formability identification. whereas calculation of forming limit diagram by experimental tests is expensive and time consumption, in the present...

The paper deals with devising the combination of fuzzy inference systems (FIS) and neural networks called the adaptive network fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) to determine the forming limit diagram (FLD). In this paper, FLDs are determined experimentally for two grades of low carbon steel sheets using out-of-plane (dome) formability test. The effect of different parameters such as work hardening...

Journal: :مهندسی متالورژی و مواد 0
محسن مسلمی, سید جمال حسینی پور, حامد دیلمی عضدی, عبدالحمید گرجی,

forming limit diagram (fld) is an important diagram by which the formability of sheet metals is studied. strain rate is a very effective parameter influencing the fld which is, in turn, influenced by the forming velocity. in this work, forming limit diagram for st14 was investigated both experimentally and numerically. in addition, the effect of forming velocity was studied and the experiments ...

Forming Limit Diagrams are useful tools for evaluation of formability in the sheet metals. In this paper the effects of yield criteria on predictions of the right and left-hand sides of forming limit diagrams (FLDs) are investigated. In prediction of FLD, Hosford 1979, “Karafillis-Boyce” (K-B) and BBC2000 anisotropy yield functions have been applied. Whereas the prediction of FLD is based on th...

Journal: :علوم کاربردی و محاسباتی در مکانیک 0
رسول صفدریان کرویه, حسن مسلمی نائینی, محمد نوقابی, عماد رحیمی,

the forming limit diagram (fld) is a useful method for characterizing the formability of sheet metals. in this paper, different numerical models were used to investigate the fld of tailor welded blank (twb). twbs were co2 laser-welded samples of interstitial-free (if) steel sheets with different thicknesses. the results of the numerical models were compared with the experimental fld as well as ...

Kamal Kolasangiani, Khalil Farhangdoost, Mahmoud Shariati,

Forming limit curves are used as a parameter in finite element analysis to control the material's level of formability. In this research, forming limit diagram (FLD) of SS304L sheet was obtained by ABAQUSfinite element software. In practice, the experimental determination of a forming limit curve is a very time-consuming procedure which requires special and expensive equipment. Forming limit di...

2009
M. Mahboubkhah, H. Fayazfar,

In this research, Forming Limit Diagrams for supertension sheet metals which are using in automobile industry have been obtained. The exerted strains to sheet metals have been measured with four different methods and the errors of each method have also been represented. These methods have been compared with together and the most efficient and economic way of extracting of the exerted strains to...

An enhanced unfolding Inverse Finite Element Method (IFEM) has been used together with an extended strain-based forming limit diagram (EFLD) to develop a fast and reliable approach to predict the feasibility of the deep drawing process of a part and determining where the failure or defects can occur. In the developed unfolding IFEM, the meshed part is properly fold out on the flat sheet and tre...