Computational Methods for Predicting Material Processing Defects - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444428592, 9781483298498

Computational Methods for Predicting Material Processing Defects, Volume 15

1st Edition

Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Methods for Predicting Material Processing Defects, September 8-11, 1987, Cachan, France

Editors: M. Predeleanu
eBook ISBN: 9781483298498
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 1st August 1987
Page Count: 372
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Table of Contents

Numerical simulations of dynamical metal forming (F. Arnaudeau, J. Zarka). Numerical computing technique for predicting thickness changing in deep drawing of autobody sheet (D. Bauer). An eulerian finite element method for the thermal and visco plastic deformation of metals in industrial hot rolling (J.H. Beynon et al.). Surface defects in hot rolling of copper based alloys heavy ingots: three dimensional simulation including failure criterion (O. Branswyck et al.). Analysis of the profile of the local necking in sheet metal deformation processes (J.D. Bressan). A finite element analysis of springback in plane strain folding with binders of high strength steel sheets (M. Brunet). Prévision des défauts de géométrie au course du laminage a chaud des aciers (S. Cescotto et al.). Influence of strain gradients in sheet metal forming (J.P. Cordebois, Ph. Quaegebeur). Surface defects and failure of adhesion in polymer melt extrusion (M.M. Denn). Large strain formulation of anisotropic elasto-plasticity for metal forming (A. Dogui, F. Sidoroff). Drawing of viscoplastic tubes through rotating conical dies (D. Durban). Influence of the blank contour on the thickness variation in sheet metal forming (P. Duroux et al.). Characterization and modeling of spread in rolling anisotropic strip (A.S. El-Gizawy et al.). Numerical analyses of strain rate and temperature effects on localization of plastic flow and ductile fracture - Applications to metal forming processes (J.C. Gelin). Some physical defects arising in laser, plasma and water jet cutting (S.K. Ghosh et al.). Theoretical prediction of the limit curves for simulation of plastic instability (J.J. Gracio et al.). Homogenization of a plastic porous media. Influence of secondary cavities (T. Guennouni, D. Francois). A note on adiabatic flow localization in viscoplastic solids (K.H. Kim, L. Anand). A computational method to estimate the formability of cold forging steels (S. Kivivuori et al.). Stress


The papers in this book deal with computational methods for predicting material processing defects. Using recent advances in finite strain plasticity and viscoplasticity, damage modelling, bifurcation and instability theory, fracture mechanics and computer numerical techniques, new approaches to mechanical defect analysis are proposed. Appropriate methods for explaining and avoiding the defects leading to fracture, high porosity, strain localization or undesirable geometrical imperfections are presented. In addition, some papers are devoted to new formulations and new calculation algorithms to be used for solving the forming problems. Finally, two papers deal with physical description of defects occurring in forming and cutting operations, focusing on the academic and practical interest of these topics.

This is the first book to deal with the prediction of defects occurring in material forming processes; it contains much of interest from both a theoretical and a practical viewpoint.


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