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Meeting NUMIFORM 2019: The 13th International Conference on Numerical Methods in Industrial Forming Processes
Symposium S-01: Modeling of the Anisotropic Behavior in Plasticity
Organizer(s) Frédéric Barlat, Pohang University of Science and Technology
Yanshan Lou, Xi'an Jiaotong University
Scope Accurate modeling of the anisotropic behavior in strength and deformation of metals is key for reliable numerical simulation and design of various metal forming processes. This mini-symposium aims at reviewing advances in the fields of the experimental characterization and mathematical description of the anisotropic behavior of metals. This mini-symposium includes, but is not limited to, topics such as innovative experimental techniques for the characterization of anisotropy, characterization of anisotropy though virtual experiments, development of anisotropic yield conditions and flow rules, development of anisotropic hardening approaches, and industrial applications of advanced anisotropic formulations.

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Abstracts Due 12/02/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned: At-meeting proceedings
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A comparative study between elasto-plastic self-consistent crystal plasticity and anisotropic yield function with distortional hardening formulations for sheet metal forming
A new constitutive model to characterize the anisotropic hardening behavior of steel sheet
An Anisotropic Yield Model Reduced From The Yld2004-18p Function For Metals With Gentle Anisotropy Under Triaxial Loading
An application of homogeneous anisotropic hardening model to earing predictions of pre-strained materials
An experimental study on the yield locus evolution of QP980
Analytical and experimental determination of modified material intrinsic length of strain gradient hardening in microbending test of pure copper.
Anisotropic plastic flow characteristics of DP590 steel: experiments and modeling
Applications of a stress invariants-based yield criterion to DP980 & QP980 steels
Characterization of anisotropic yield criteria using an indentation based technique for zinc coating on steel sheets.
Comparison of strain-path indicators for analysis of processes in sheet-bulk metal forming
Constitutive Modelling of Quenched and Partitioned Steel Using a Thermo-Mechanical Crystal Plasticity Finite Element Model
Crystal Plasticity Modeling of Precipitation Hardened Aluminum Alloys
Influence of the train dependent anisotropy in layer compression tests on the yield locus modelling
Investigation of anisotropic plasticity for magnesium-lithium LZ91 alloy sheet by uniaxial tensile loading tests
Material Modeling and Forming Limit Analysis of 6016-T4 Aluminum Alloy Sheet
Measurement and Simulation of Plastic Anisotropy of Aluminum Sheet for Superplastic Forming
Measurement of Unloading Behavior of AHSS and Its Effect on the Accuracy of Springback Prediction
Modeling of Sheet Metal Forming Based on Implicit Embedding of the Elasto-Plastic Self-Consistent Formulation in Finite Elements: Application to Cup Drawing of AA6022-T4
Modeling of the Differential Hardening of Pure Titanium Sheet and Application to Hole Expansion Forming Simulation
NUMERICAL INTEGRATION OF ISOTROPIC AND ANISOTROPIC PLASTICITY MODELS
Numerical simulations and experiments of self-piercing riveting aluminum alloy and high-strength steel
Plastic anisotropy from single crystal to multi-phase steels
Prestraining Effect on Failure Behavior in Hole-Expansion Test of AA6022-T4 Sheet
Research on springback for arc edge U-section beam
The Remarkable Gotoh’s Quartic Yield Function: 40 Years On
The Theory and Application Study of Springback Prediction Accuracy for QP Steel with different Material Hardening Model


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