9780735402652

NUMISHEET 2005: Proceedings Of The 6th International Conference and Workshop On Numerical Simulation od 3D Sheet Meatl Forming Processes, Detroit, Michigan, 15-19, Ag

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  • Copyright: 2005-11-30
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Summary

The Numisheet Conferences occur once every three years, alternating in location between North America, Europe and Asia. The conference attracts international participation from the metal forming industry and university professors interested in sheet metal forming technology, with a strong emphasis on forming simulation.Although the conference is dominated by the automotive industry, the conference has a wider appeal, drawing contributions from the aircraft and canning industries as well.The Numisheet Conference Proceedings include the latest developments in metal forming technology, which is a rapidly growing and challenging opportunity for application of science to industry. The developments are described in over 125 papers included in Part A of the proceedings. In addition, this volume includes the Numisheet Keynote Program which focused on cutting areas of technology, and was presented by selected leading scientists in the field of metal forming.One of the hallmarks of the conference is the Numisheet Benchmark Study, which is a set of three blind tests prepared one year prior to the conference. Participants are invited to submit their predictions of how selected types of sheet metal will deform under large plastic deformation during the manufacture of actual automotive products and laboratory test specimens. The complete specifications and results of this blind test are described in Part B of the proceedings.

Table of Contents

Preface xv
Acknowledgments xvii
Organization of NUMISHEET 2005 xix
PART A GENERAL PAPERS
Keynote Program Lectures
Overview -- Simulation of Sheet Metal Forming
3(5)
M. L. Wenner
Technology Innovation and Future Research Needs in Net Shape Manufacturing
8(4)
D.-Y. Yang
Experimentally- and Dislocation-Based Multi-scale Modeling of Metal Plasticity Including Temperature and Rate Effects
12(8)
S. Nemat-Nasser
Advances of Plasticity Experiments on Metal Sheets and Tubes and Their Applications to Constitutive Modeling
20(20)
T. Kuwabara
Direct Design Method Based on Ideal Forming Theory for Hydroforming and Flanging Processes
40(9)
K. Chung
J. W. Yoon
Computer Aided Die Tryout
Impact of Simulation Technology on Die and Stamping Business
49(1)
M. W. Stevens
CAE Based Die Face Engineering Development to Contribute to the Revitalization of the Tool & Die Industry
50(10)
A. Tang
W. C. Lee
S. St. Pierre
J. He
K. Liu
C. C. Chen
Finite Element Simulation of the Stretch-Forming of Aircraft Skins
60(6)
H. H. Wisselink
A. H. van den Boogaard
Draw-in Map---A Road Map for Simulation-Guided Die Tryout and Stamping Process Control
66(4)
C. T. Wang
J. Zhang
N. Goan
Integrated Stamping Simulation Using State of the Art Techniques to Fulfill Quality Assessment Requirements
70(8)
D. Ling
M. Lambriks
F. El Khaldi
Evolutions of Advanced Stamping CAE---Technology Adventures and Business Impact on Automotive Dies and Stamping
78(6)
C. T. Wang
Development of JSTAMP-Works/NV and HYSTAMP for Multipurpose Multistage Sheet Metal Forming Simulation
84(6)
Y. Umezu
Y. Watanabe
N. Ma
Simulation of Stamping Process of Automotive Panel Considering Die Deformation
90(6)
Y. T. Keum
I. H. Ahn
I. K. Lee
M. H. Song
S. O. Kwon
J. S. Park
Integrated Forming Simulations and Die Structural Analysis for Optimal Die Designs
96(5)
V. Aitharaju
M. Liu
J. Dong
J. Zhang
C.-T. Wang
Modelling and Simulation of the Influence of Forming Processes on the Structural Behavior of High Strength Steels
101(6)
J. C. Gelin
S. Thibaud
N. Boudeau
A Benchmark Study for Different Numerical Parameters and their Impact on the Calculated Strain Levels for a Model Part Door Outer
107(6)
E. Berger
T. Brenne
A. Heath
B. Hochholdinger
K. Kassem-Manthey
L. Kebler
N. Koch
G. Kortmann
A. Kroff
T. Otto
G. Steinbeck
E. Till
H. Verhoeven
T. C. Vu
K. Wiegand
Evaluation and Visualization of Surface Defects---A Numerical and Experimental Study on Sheet-Metal Parts
113(6)
A. Andersson
Comparison of the Deep Drawability of Aluminum and Steel using Numerical Simulation Experiments
119(6)
C. Sonmez
A. E. Tekkaya
C. H. Gur
Controlled FEM Simulation Ways of Blank Holding Force in Sheet Metal Forming Process
125(6)
L. Chen
J. Yang
L. Zhang
Obtaining Formability Characteristics of Automotive Materials Using On-Line Strain Imaging System
131(5)
Q. Situ
M. Bruhis
M. Jain
Evaluating the Dynamic Character of Friction during Metal Forming
136(9)
M. R. Stoudt
S. P. Mates
J. B. Hubbard
D. J. Pitchure
Finite Element Analysis
Visualization of the Invisible, Explanation of the Unknown, Ruggedization of the Unstable
145(7)
T. Zwickl
B. Carleer
W. Kubli
Massively Parallel Processing for Fast and Accurate Stamping Simulations
152(6)
J. J. Gress
S. Xu
R. Joshi
C.-T. Wang
S. Paul
Stiffness Simulation using Non-linear FEA
158(4)
W. Xu
J. Ai
J. Lu
B. Ying
FEA and Multivariate Statistical Data Analysis of Polypropylene Tube Forming Process
162(5)
G. Gavrilidou
M. Jain
Crashworthiness Assessment of Auto-Body Members Considering the Fabrication Histories
167(6)
H. Huh
J.-H. Song
K.-P. Kim
H.-S. Kim
Application of the Incremental Volumetric Remapping Method in the Simulation of Multi-Step Deep Drawing Processes
173(6)
A. J. Baptista
J. L. Alves
M. C. Oliveira
D. M. Rodrigues
L. F. Menezes
Numerical Simulation of Temperature Controlled Solid Phase Forming Process of Polymeric Plate
179(6)
H. Liu
P. Hu
Z. Fu
Y. Yan
G. Zhang
Finite Element Simulation of Sheet Metal Forming Process Using Local Interpolation for Tool Surfaces
185(6)
T. Hama
M. Takamura
C. Teodosiu
A. Makinouchi
H. Takuda
FE-Analysis of the Sheet Metal Forming Processes using Continuous Contact Treatment
191(6)
T.-J. Kim
D.-Y. Yang
Simulation of Roll Forming with Dynamic Explicit Finite Element Method
197(4)
J.-L. Yin
Y.-B. Luo
D.-Y. Li
Y.-H. Peng
Mechanical Field Interpolation
201(8)
A. El Hraiech
H. Borouchaki
P. Villon
L. Moreau
Springback Prediction
Advances in Springback
209(6)
R. H. Wagoner
M. Li
Design of Experiments and Springback Prediction for AHSS Automotive Components with Complex Geometry
215(6)
A. Asgari
M. Pereria
B. Rolfe
M. Dingle
P. Hodgson
Through-Thickness Residual Stress Measurements on Springback Test Specimens
221(1)
T. Gnaeupel-Herold
T. Foecke
M. A. Iadicola
Springback Prediction on Slit-Ring Test
222(6)
X. M. Chen
M. F. Shi
F. Ren
Z. C. Xia
Influence of Stamping Rate upon Springback
228(6)
A. Col
A. D. Santos
Modeling and Simulation of Induced Anisotropic Hardening and Springback in Sheet Metals during Non-Proportional Loading
234(6)
J. Wang
V. Levkovitch
F. Reusch
B. Svendsen
Effect of Plastic Deformation and Strain History on X-ray Elastic Constants
240(1)
M. A. Iadicola
T. Foecke
An Anisotropic Hardening Model for Springback Prediction
241(6)
D. Zeng
Z. C. Xia
Probabilistic Design of Aluminum Sheet Drawing for Reduced Risk of Wrinkling and Fracture
247(6)
W. Zhang
Z. Q. Sheng
R. Shivpuri
Study on the Influence of the Work Hardening Models Constitutive Parameters Identification in the Springback Prediction
253(6)
M. C. Oliveira
J. L. Alves
B. M. Chaparro
L. F. Menezes
Modeling Pseudo-elastic Behavior of Springback
259(1)
Z. C. Xia
A Study of FEA Springback Predictability with Channel Draw Test
260(6)
M. Huang
J. Brouwer
Robustness Evaluation and Tolerance Prediction for a Stamping Process with Springback Calculation by the FEM
266(6)
M. Strano
A Sensitivity Analysis on the Springback Behavior of the Unconstrained Bending Problem
272(6)
T. Meinders
A. W. A. Konter
S. E. Meijers
E. H. Atzema
H. Kappert
Springback Prediction in Sheet Metal Forming Process Based on the Hybrid SA
278(6)
Y. Guo
F. Li
H. Jiang
X. Wang
Springback Calibration using Pulsed Electronmagnetic Field
284(2)
S. F. Golovashchenko
Springback Simulation: Impact of Some Advanced Constitutive Models and Numerical Parameters
286(9)
B. Haddag
T. Balan
F. Abed-Meraim
Springback Compensation
Possibilities and Strategies for Simulations and Compensation for Springback
295(8)
K. Roll
T. Lemke
K. Wiegand
Springback Reduction in Stamping of Front Side Member with a Response Surface Method
303(6)
J.-H. Song
H. Huh
S.-H. Kim
S.-H. Park
Structure of Complementary Surface and Numerical Simulation on Forming Process of Cover Panel
309(5)
D. C. Shi
C. Guo
H. Y. Wu
Die Face Engineering Based Springback Compensation Strategy and Implementation
314(8)
A. Tang
W. Lee
J. He
J. Xu
K. Liu
C. C. Chen
Compensating Springback in the Automotive Practice using MASHAL
322(6)
S. Ohnimus
M. Petzoldt
B. Rietman
J. Weiher
Iterative Springback Compensation of Numisheet Benchmark #1
328(6)
R. A. Lingbeek
J. Huetink
S. Ohnimus
J. Weiher
Springback Simulation and Tool Surface Compensation Algorithm for Sheet Metal Forming
334(6)
G. Shen
P. Hu
X. Zhang
X. Chen
X. Li
Springback Prediction and Compensation for a High Strength Steel Side Impact Beam
340(5)
T. Dutton
R. Edwards
A. Blowey
Springback Prediction, Compensation and Correlation for Automotive Stamping
345(8)
S. Xu
K. Zhao
T. Lanker
J. Zhang
C. T. Wang
Constitutive Models
Constitutive Modeling for Sheet Metal Forming
353(6)
F. Barlat
Suitability of the Yield Criterion in Numerical Simulation of Stretch Bending of Aluminum Extrusions
359(6)
X. Q. Li
X. B. Zhou
X. D. Wu
H. Z. Gao
Advancing Material Models for Automotive Forming Simulations
365(6)
H. Vegter
Y. An
C. H. L. J. ten Horn
E. H. Atzema
M. E. Roelofsen
Model Identification and FE Simulations: Effect of Different Yield Loci and Hardening Laws in Sheet Forming
371(11)
P. Flores
L. Duchene
T. Lelotte
C. Bouffioux
F. El Houdaigui
A. Van Bael
S. He
J. Duflou
A. M. Habraken
Explicit Analysis of Transversely Anisotropic and Axisymmetric Sheet Metal Forming Process using 6-Component Barlat Yield Function
382(6)
J.-Y. Wang
J.-X. Sun
J. Chen
Direct Measurement of Multiaxial Yield Loci as a Function of Plastic Strain
388(1)
T. Foecke
M. A. Iadicola
Determination of Anisotropic Hardening of Sheet Metals by Shear Tests
389(6)
M. Schikorra
A. Brosius
M. Kleiner
On the Influence of the Yield Locus Shape in the Simulation of Sheet Stretch Forming
395(6)
K. Mattiasson
M. Sigvant
LS-DYNA Simulation of Hemispherical-Punch Stamping Process Using an Efficient Algorithm for Continuum Damage Based Elastoplastic Constitutive Equation
401(8)
N. Salajegheh
N. Abedrabbo
F. Pourboghrat
Micro-Level and Multilevel Models
Analysis of Texture Evolution and Hardening Behavior during Deep Drawing with an Improved Mixed Type FEM Element
409(6)
L. Duchene
P. de Montleau
F. El Houdaigui
S. Bouvier
A. M. Habraken
Multi-Scale Sheet Metal Forming Analyses by Using Dynamic Explicit Homogenized Finite Element Method
415(6)
N. N. Tam
K. Okada
Y. Nakamura
E. Nakamachi
Multi Scale Finite Element Analyses by Using SEM-EBSD Crystallographic Modeling and Parallel Computing
421(6)
E. Nakamachi
Unit Cell Definition of Polycrystal Sheet Material based on SEM-EBSD Analyses
427(6)
H. Morimoto
E. Nakamachi
H. Kuramae
T. Hagisato
Grain Interactions in Crystal Plasticity
433(6)
K. P. Boyle
W. A. Curtin
Texture Evolution of FCC Sheet Metal during Deep Drawing Based on Rate Independent FEM Analysis
439(6)
Y. H. Peng
S. R. Zhang
D. Y. Li
Y. B. Luo
Effects of Texture on Mechanical Properties of Aluminum Alloy Sheets and Texture Optimization Strategy
445(6)
M. Kuroda
Parallel Computing of Multi-scale Finite Element Sheet Forming Analyses Based on Crystallographic Homogenization Method
451(8)
H. Kuramae
K. Okada
N. N. Tam
Y. Nakamura
Y. Uetsuji
E. Nakamachi
Forming Limits
A Path-Independent Forming Limit Criterion for Stamping Simulations
459(1)
X. Zhu
L. Chappuis
Z. C. Xia
Forming Limits in Sheet Metal Forming for Non-Proportional Loading Conditions---Experimental and Theoretical Approach
460(6)
A. Ofenheimer
B. Buchmayr
R. Kolleck
M. Merklein
Recent Developments in the Formability of Aluminum Alloys
466(6)
D. Banabic
O. Cazacu
L. Paraianu
P. Jurco
A Comparative Study between Strain and Stress Based Forming Limit Analysis by Applying Several Phenomenological Yield Criteria
472(6)
M. C. Butuc
G. T. Vincze
J. J. Gracio
A. Barata da Rocha
Forming Limit Stresses of Sheet Metal under Proportional and Combined Loadings
478(6)
K. Yoshida
T. Kuwabara
M. Kuroda
Advanced Line Die Forming Simulation Technology and its Impact on Stamping Automotive Body Panels
484(6)
J. Zhang
C. Wang
S. Xu
R. Joshi
N. Goan
Forming Limit Diagram of Titanium and Stainless Steel Alloys to Study the Formability of Hydro-Mechanical Deep Drawing Parts
490(2)
A. Shirizly
Material Selection for an Ultra High Strength Steel Component Based on the Failure Criteria of CrachFEM
492(8)
L. Kessler
T. Beier
H. Werner
D. Horstkott
H. Dell
H. Gese
Analytical Prediction of Forming Limits for Thermoplastic Tubes
500(5)
E. Azhikannickal
M. K. Jain
A Simulation for the Punchless Piercing Process Using Lemaitre Damage Model
505(6)
S. W. Lee
F. Pourboghrat
Application of an Extended Stress-based Flow Limit Curve to Predict Necking in Tubular Hydroforming
511(8)
C. Hari Manjo Simha
J. Gholipour
A. Bardelcik
M. J. Worswick
Hydroforming Processes
Fundamental Issues in Hydroforming of Deep Drawing Processes
519(7)
J. Tirosh
Hydroforming of Patchwork Blanks - Numerical Modeling and Experimental Validation
526(6)
K. Lamprecht
M. Merklein
M. Geiger
Research on the Effect of the Local Constraints on Sheet Hydroforming with the Movable Die
532(6)
L. X. Zhou
L. H. Lang
J. Danckert
S. H. Zhang
K. B. Nielsen
Design of Hydroforming Processes for Metallic Liners Used in High Pressure Hydrogen Storage
538(5)
J. C. Gelin
C. Labergere
S. Thibaud
N. Boudeau
Deep Drawing for High LDR by a New Hydro-Rim Forming Process with Differential Temperature-Analysis and Experiments
543(6)
Y. B. Simon
J. Trosh
L. Rubinski
Numerical Investigation on Formability of Ellipse Deep Drawing by Sheet Hydroforming
549(6)
H. Utsugi
T. Hama
M. Asakawa
T. Hatakeyama
A. Makinouchi
H. Amino
Y. Lu
An Improved Hydroforming Process for `Unlimited' Drawing Ratios
555(2)
J. Tirosh
S. Stanger
A. Peled
L. Rubinski
A. Shirizly
Shear Deformation and Thickness Stress in Corner Fill
557(6)
K.-K. Chen
Comparison of Conventional Deep Drawing, Hydromechanical Deep-Drawing and High Pressure Sheet Metal Forming by Numerical Experiments
563(6)
I. E. Onder
A. E. Tekkaya
Numerical Study of Hydroforming with Tailor-Welded Tubular Blanks
569(5)
A. P. Roque
R. M. Natal Jorge
M. P. L. Parente
R. A. F. Valente
A. A. Fernandes
Hydroforming Simulations and Applications in Product Design, Die Development, and Production Trouble Shooting
574(5)
W. Ji
W. Wu
N. Goan
C.-T. Wang
M. Cline
Numerical Simulation of Hydro-Mechanical Deep Drawing --- A Study on the Effect of Process Parameters on Drawability and Thickness Variation
579(6)
S. K. Singh
D. R. Kumar
Optimization of Tube Hydroforming with Consideration of Manufacturing Effects on Structural Performance
585(6)
D. Kirby
S. Roy
R. Kunju
Design and Optimization of Sheet Hydroforming Process for Manufacturing Oil Tank
591(4)
C. Prakash
K. Narasimhan
Numerical Simulation of Hydroforming a Double Conical Tube
595(6)
S. J. Yuan
W. J. Yuan
Z. R. Wang
Numerical Self-Regulation of Time-Dependent Parameters in Tube Hydroforming Processes
601(8)
M. Holecek
P. Hora
Superplastic and Warming Forming
Analytical Formability Model for Elevated Temperature Sheet Metal Forming Processes
609(4)
S. Jiang
L. M. Smith
Material Behavior Based Hybrid Process for Sheet Draw-Forging Thin Walled Magnesium Alloys
613(6)
Z. Q. Sheng
R. Shivpuri
Stamping of Thin-Walled Structural Components with Magnesium Alloy AZ31 Sheets
619(6)
F.-K. Chen
C.-K. Chang
Modeling for the FE-Simulation of Warm Metal Forming Processes
625(5)
L. Tong
S. Stahel
P. Hora
Finite Element Analysis on Warm Hydroforming of Rectangular Mg Alloy Cups with a Step Cavity
630(5)
S.-H. Zhang
W.-T. Zheng
Y.-C. Xu
Z.-T. Wang
Warm Forming of Aluminum Alloys Using a Coupled Thermo-Mechanical Anisotropic Material Model
635(8)
N. Abedrabbo
F. Pourboghrat
J. E. Carsley
Non-Homogeneous Materials
Numerical Simulations of Formability of Multiphase Steels
643(4)
K. Inal
K. W. Neale
Influence of Normal Anisotropy Ratio on Lateral Normal Stress in Aluminum-Steel Clad Materials
647(8)
W. H. Yang
L. M. Smith
Drawbead and Cyclic Deformation
Drawbeads: To Be or Not to Be
655(6)
J. L. Alves
S. Bouvier
M. C. Oliveira
L. F. Menezes
Non-Uniform Pressure Distribution in Draw-Bend Friction Test and its Influence on Friction Measurement
661(6)
Y. S. Kim
M. K. Jain
D. R. Metzger
Cyclic Bending and Stationary Drawing Deformation of Metal Sheets: Experiments and Associated Numerical Simulations
667(8)
L. P. Moreira
E. C. Romao
G. Ferron
L. C. A. Vieira
A. P. Sampaio
Hemming and Flanging
FE-Simulation of Hemming in the Automotive Industry
675(6)
M. Sigvant
K. Mattiasson
Guidelines for Stretch Flanging Advanced High Strength Steels
681(6)
S. Sriram
J. Chintamani
Development of Sharp Flanging Technology for Aluminum Panels
687(4)
S. F. Golovashchenko
N. M. Bessonov
Numerical Simulation of the Hemming Process in the Case of Al Alloys
691(8)
S. Thuillier
N. Le Maout
P. Y. Manach
Tailor Welded Blanks
Formability Studies on Transverse Tailor Welded Blanks
699(6)
V. V. Bhaskar
K. Narasimhan
Simulation Based Control of Weld Line Movement in Tailor Welded Blanks
705(8)
M. Thakkar
P. P. Date
Metal Packaging
Convolute Cut-Edge Design for an Earless Cup in Cup Drawing
713(6)
R. E. Dick
J. W. Yoon
F. Barlat
Optimum Design of Aluminum Beverage Can Ends Using Structural Optimization Techniques
719(6)
K. Yamazaki
R. Itoh
J. Han
M. Watanabe
S. Nishiyama
Ergonomics Designs of Aluminum Beverage Cans & Bottles
725(6)
J. Han
R. Itoh
K. Yamazaki
S. Nishiyama
T. Shinguryo
Use of the Inverse Approach for the Manufacture and Decoration of Food Cans
731(8)
G. A. Duffett
A. Forgas
L. Neamtu
H. Naceur
J. L. Batoz
Y. Q. Guo
Element Technology
One Point Quadrature Shell Element with Through-Thickness Stretch
739(6)
R. P. R. Cardoso
J. W. Yoon
Effectiveness of Rotation-Free Triangular and Quadrilateral Shell Elements in Sheet-Metal Forming Simulations
745(6)
M. Brunet
F. Sabourin
Fully Integrated EAS-Based Solid-Shell Finite Elements in Implicit Sheet Metal Forming Simulations
751(6)
R. A. F. Valente
M. P. L. Parente
R. M. N. Jorge
R. P. R. Cardoso
R. J. Alves de Sousa
Development of a One-Point Quadrature EAS Solid-Shell Element for Sheet Forming
757(5)
R. J. Alves de Sousa
R. P. R. Cardoso
R. A. F. Valente
J.-W. Yoon
J. J. Gracio
R. M. Natal Jorge
Enhanced Shell Elements for the Numerical Simulation of Industrial Processes
762(6)
L. Neamtu
F. Flores
R. Weyler
G. Duffett
An ALE Model for Numerical Simulation of Cold Roll Forming Process
768(6)
R. Boman
L. Papeleux
B. Q. Viet
J. P. Ponthot
P. Wouters
R. Kergen
The Effect of Element Formulation on the Prediction of Boost Effects in Numerical Tube Bending
774(7)
A. Bardelcik
M. J. Worswick
Mesh-Free Simulation of Automotive Decklid Inner Panel
781(8)
H.-P. Wang
K. Zhao
C.-T. Wu
M. E. Botkin
Optimization and Inverse Methods
Analytic Differentiation of Barlat's 2D Criteria for Inverse Modeling
789(6)
B. Endelt
K. B. Nielsen
J. Danckert
Advanced Gradient Based Optimization Techniques Applied on Sheet Metal Forming
795(6)
B. Endelt
K. B. Nielsen
On the Development of Multi-Step Inverse FEM with Shell Model
801(6)
Y. Huang
R. Du
Fast Simulation of 3-D Surface Flanging and Prediction of the Flanging Lines Based on One-Step Inverse Forming Algorithm
807(6)
Y. Bao
S. Hu
Z. Lang
P. Hu
Sensitivity Analysis of the Sheet Metal Stamping Processes Based on Inverse Finite Element Modeling and Monte Carlo Simulation
813(6)
M. Yu
R. Du
Application of Six Sigma Robust Optimization in Sheet Metal Forming
819(6)
Y. Q. Li
Z. S. Cui
X. Y. Ruan
D. J. Zhang
Recent Advances in Process Optimization and Control for the Design of Sheet and Tube Hydroforming Processes
825(6)
J. C. Gelin
C. Labergere
S. Thibaud
Formability Predictions in Stamping and Process Parameter Optimization Based on the Inverse Approach Code Fast_Stamp
831(6)
J. L. Batoz
H. Naceur
Y. Q. Guo
Trimming Line Design using New Development Method and One Step FEM
837(6)
W.-J. Chung
C.-D. Park
D.-Y. Yang
Automatic Process Optimization of Sheet Metal Forming with Multi-Objective
843(6)
W. Liu
Y. Y. Yang
Z. W. Xing
Optimization of the Blankholder Force Distribution with Application to the Stamping of a Car Front Door Panel (Numisheet'99)
849(6)
L. B. Ayed
A. Delameziere
J. L. Batoz
Study of Various Initial Blank Shapes to Minimize the Earing in the Different Shaped Formed Parts using Finite Element Analysis
855(6)
S. G. Desai
R. H. Pardeshi
P. P. Date
A Draw-In Sensor for Process Control and Optimization
861(6)
N. Mahayotsanun
J. Cao
M. Peshkin
Probabilistic Design in a Sheet Metal Stamping Process under Failure Analysis
867(6)
T. Buranathiti
J. Cao
Z. C. Xia
W. Chen
Finite Element Analysis and Optimization for the Multi-Stage Deep Drawing of Molybdenum Sheet
873(8)
H.-K. Kim
S. K. Hong
J.-K. Lee
B.-H. Jeon
J. J. Kang
Y.-M. Heo
Preface to the Benchmark Volume xv
PART B BENCHMARK STUDY REPORT
Benchmark Physical Tryout Reports
Experimental Test for Benchmark 1---Deck Lid Inner Panel
881(7)
S. Xu
T. Lanker
J. Zhang
C.-T. Wang
Background and Tryout Report for BM2: Underbody Cross Member
888(6)
L. Zhang
D. Zhou
J. Wu
C. Du
M. F. Shi
M. Chen
M. Huang
C. Xia
X. Zhu
E. Chu
Description of Numisheet 2005 Benchmark #3 Stage-1: Channel Draw with 75% Drawbead Penetration
894(11)
D. E. Green
Experimental Procedures and Results for Benchmark 3: Stage 2 Forming Process
905(14)
M. A. Iadicola
T. Foecke
T. B. Stoughton
Benchmark Analysis
Benchmark Simulation Results: Automotive Deck Lid Inner Panel (Benchmark 1)
919(77)
T. Buranathiti
J. Cao
Numisheet 2005 Benchmark Analysis on Forming of an Automotive Deck Lid Inner Panel: Benchmark 1
996(8)
T. Buranathiti
J. Cao
Benchmark Simulation Results: Automotive Underbody Cross Member (Benchmark 2)
1004(109)
T. Buranathiti
J. Cao
Numisheet 2005 Benchmark Analysis on Forming of an Automotive Underbody Cross Member: Benchmark 2
1113(8)
T. Buranathiti
J. Cao
Benchmark Simulation Results: Channel Draw/Cylindrical Cup 2-Stage Test (Benchmark 3)
1121(16)
T. Buranathiti
J. Cao
APPENDICES
Specification for BM1: Decklid Inner Panel
1137(13)
S. Xu
T. Lanker
J. Zhang
C.-T. Wang
Specification for BM2: Underbody Cross Member Panel
1150(7)
J. Wu
D. Zhou
Specification for BM3: Two-Stage Channel/Cup Draw
1157(16)
T. B. Stoughton
D. Green
M. Iadicola
Specification for Benchmark Materials
1173(6)
M. F. Shi
M. Huang
Characterizations of Aluminum Alloy Sheet Materials: Numisheet 2005
1179(12)
J. C. Brem
F. Barlat
R. E. Dick
J.-W. Yoon
Author Index 1191

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