|About this Abstract
||NUMISHEET 2021: The 12th International Conference on Numerical Simulation of 3D Sheet Metal Forming Processes
||Comparison of Experimental and Finite Element Analysis Results of a Car Body Part with the Optimization of Material Parameters
||Emin Tamer, Sefa Bortucen, Ugur Sahinoglu
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Sheet metal forming operations in automotive industry depends on the deformation degrees in which the mechanical characterization is crucial, and the geometry dependence is important. Numerical simulations in deep drawing process predict the possible cracks depending on material behavior and complexity of the part. With the aim of improving the reliability of sheet forming simulations from the perspective of material behavior, finite element analysis of a car body component is performed in this study. Tensile and stack compression tests have been performed to acquire the material data for sheet metal forming simulations. For accurate deformation results the parameters of material equations are optimized. Finally, the validity of the predictions of the numerical models are assessed through comparison with the measurement of manufactured car body component.
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