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Meeting NUMIFORM 2019: The 13th International Conference on Numerical Methods in Industrial Forming Processes
Symposium S-04: Formability in Metal Forming Processes
Organizer(s) Stefania Bruschi, University of Padua
Andrea Ghiotti, University of Padua
Scope Formability is one of the critical issues in metal forming processes since it is a limiting factor for the process parameters choice as well as for the attainable part quality. The mini-symposium will focus on the most recent advances in both the experimental characterizations and numerical modelling of formability at different temperatures with regards to novel experimental techniques and testing set-ups, analytical and numerical formability models, numerical techniques for the simulation of the material formability, influence of the process parameters (such as temperature, strain rate, microstructure).

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Abstracts Due 12/02/2018
Proceedings Plan Undecided

Crystal Plasticity Finite Element Modeling of Surface Ridging of Ferritic Stainless Steel during Deformation
Enhancement of Forming Limits for Aluminum in Sheet-bulk Metal Forming by Local Laser Heat Treatment
Experimental Investigation of Dual-phase 1180 and 980 Steels using Continuous Bending under Tension
Experimental Study on Shear Characterization of 22MnB5 Steel under Different Quenching Conditions
Global Formability Study on a 780-MPa Third Generation Advanced High Strength Steel
High Strain Rate Formability of AA2B06-O Alloy during Impact Hydroforming
Investigation of Thermal FLD for AA7075 Aluminum Alloy based on GTN Damage Model under Hot Forming Process
Modelling of 22MnB5 Hot Stamping Process Coupling Microstructural Evolution
Simulation of Phase Transformation and Material Plasticity for Press Hardening

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