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||NUMISHEET 2021: The 12th International Conference on Numerical Simulation of 3D Sheet Metal Forming Processes
||Determination of the Evolution of the Contact Conditions that Affect the Tool Wear Behaviour during Hot Stamping of Aluminium Alloys by Integrating Laboratory Tests and Finite Element Analysis
||Deepak Suseelan Nair, Bernard Rolfe, Michael Pereira, Matthias Weiss
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||Deepak Suseelan Nair
To study the tool wear mechanisms during hot stamping of aluminium alloys, it is important to determine the evolution of contact conditions between the tooling and the sheet metal during the process. Contact conditions that have a direct impact on the wear behaviour are contact pressure, sliding velocity and surface temperatures. This paper examines a method that integrates laboratory tensile test, friction test and finite element analysis to determine the evolution of these contact conditions during the hot stamping of aluminium alloys.
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