Tool design

Chris V. Nielsen, Luis M. Alves, Niels Bay, Paulo A. F. Martins

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Abstract

Metal Forming: Formability, Simulation, and Tool Design focuses on metal formability, finite element modeling, and tool design, providing readers with an integrated overview of the theory, experimentation and practice of metal forming. The book includes formability and finite element topics, including insights on plastic instability, necking, nucleation and coalescence of voids. Chapters discuss the finite element method, including its accuracy, reliability and validity and finite element flow formulation, helping readers understand finite element formulations, iterative solution methods, friction and contact between objects, and other factors. The book's final sections discuss tool design for cold, warm and hot forming processes.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMetal forming : Formability, Simulation, and Tool Design
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherElsevier
Publication date2021
Edition1.
Pages277-370
Chapter6
ISBN (Print)9780323852555
ISBN (Electronic)9780323852562
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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