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Meeting NUMIFORM 2019: The 13th International Conference on Numerical Methods in Industrial Forming Processes
Symposium S-05: Numerical Modeling of Thermomechanical Processes of Lightweight Metals
Organizer(s) Mihaela Banu, University Of Michigan
Alan I. Taub, University of Michigan
Scope The goal of our Mini-Symposium is to present effective solutions of manufacturing problems solved by numerical modeling. Among the manufacturing processes, the symposium will focus on thermomechanical processes of advanced high strength steels, aluminum, magnesium and titanium alloys with applications in transportation: automobile, aerospace, ground vehicles, shipping, rail etc. The symposium will be focused on sheet and bulk forming and joining processes. We welcome contributions in numerical modeling techniques applied to optimization, control and prediction of (1) geometrical dimensions including springback and distortions, (2) microstructure and local properties, (3) residual stresses (4) crack formation and its evolution, at component and/or assembly level. These advancements are expected to impact development of virtual manufacturing, as part of Industry 4.0.
The symposium is organized within the framework of The American Lightweight Metals Manufacturing Innovation Institute – LIFT (https://lift.technology/)

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Abstracts Due 12/02/2018
Proceedings Plan Undecided
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Study on deformation distribution and bending behavior of thick plate during gradient temperature shear rolling process
A pragmatic approach to simulate plastic instabilities: application to the Portevin-Le Chatelier effect in Al-Mg alloys
Constitutive Modeling and Thermomechanical Processing Maps of Magnesium and Aluminum Alloys
Crystal plasticity finite element simulation of texture evolution in Al-Li
Development of a Viscoplastic Material Model for Aluminium Hot Forming
FE modelling of a constrained ageing technique for residual stress reduction of extra-large aircraft component
FEM simulation of deformation behavior of ultra-thin metallic foils produced by hybrid process of cryogenic rolling and drawing
Finite Element Analysis of the Plane Strain Deformation of a Superplastic Forming of an Al-Mg Alloy
Forming behaviour of a 7000-series plane strain dome specimen during hot stamping: experiments and models
Micro-mechanical Flow Stress Modeling of Ti-6Al-4V at Elevated Temperatures
Minimization of vertical bending and residual stresses during asymmetric cold rolling of thin strips and sheets
Multi-field simulation and experimental validation of the autoclave age forming process of 2524 aluminum alloy component
Numerical analysis of seam welds during porthole die extrusion processes of aluminium hollow profiles.
Numerical analysis of thermal stress in laser cladding technology of M4 High Speed Steel
Numerical modeling of Ti-6Al-4V microstructure evolution for thermomechanical process control
Numerical simulation and experimental verification for hot stretch bending of titanium alloy extrusion with T-section
Numerical Simulation of Creep Forming Processes of Large-scale and Friction Stir Welded AlMgSc Sheets for Aeronautical Applications
Numerical simulation of the stamping process of a AA5754 railway vehicle component using a locally annealed blank
Physical and numerical simulation of hot deformation of ZE20 Mg alloy implementing a novel constitutive flow stress model
Prediction of Texture Evolution of Al-Li Forged Alloy with DEFORM
Research on Cold Press Forging of Ultrahigh Internal Thread Column in Metal Stamping Part
Verification of a FEA Hot Rolling Model for Aluminium Alloys Considering Strip Profile


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