Browse Publications Technical Papers 1999-01-3166
1999-09-28

Accuracy Determination of Sheet Metal Forming Simulation Using One-Step Code 1999-01-3166

The use of numerical simulation in the design of stamped components has become common industrial practice.
Inverse one-step codes are among the fastest to provide answers but, unlike incremental codes, they need an additional verification phase.
Given this context, IVECO has conducted experimental testing work on the plastic deformations measured on two industrial components obtained by means of sheet steel stamping.
The two components, one with structural functions (sliding door upper reinforcement) and the other one with esthetic functions (rear left door skin), have been selected as representative of the various feasibility and process issues connected with sheet metal drawing.

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