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FEM SIMULATION OF DEEP DRAWING PROCESS OF ALUMINIUM ALLOYS

This paper presents results of research with FEM simulation of sheet metal forming process. The two types of aluminium alloys from 5XXX and 6XXX series, which are used in automotive industry, were compared. The computer simulation and numerical analysis of deep drawing cup test were used to predict the ability of the forming of these alloys. The plasti-city model Hill'90 was used for stamping simulations. The results of nu-merical simulation were validated by real experiment using sheet metal testing machine Erichsen 145-60. Both results were compared with regard to prediction accuracy in changes of thickness and ear profile.
  • APA 6th style
Slota, J., Gajdos, I., Jachowicz, T., Siser, M., & Krasinskyi, V. (2015). FEM simulation of deep drawing process of aluminium alloys. Applied Computer Science, 11(4), 7-19.
  • Chicago style
Slota, Jan, Ivan Gajdos, Tomasz Jachowicz, Marek Siser, and Volodymyr Krasinskyi. "Fem Simulation of Deep Drawing Process of Aluminium Alloys." Applied Computer Science 11, no. 4 (2015): 7-19.
  • IEEE style
J. Slota, I. Gajdos, T. Jachowicz, M. Siser, and V. Krasinskyi, "FEM simulation of deep drawing process of aluminium alloys," Applied Computer Science, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 7-19, 2015.
  • Vancouver style
Slota J, Gajdos I, Jachowicz T, Siser M, Krasinskyi V. FEM simulation of deep drawing process of aluminium alloys. Applied Computer Science. 2015;11(4):7-19.​​​​