Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Strain-Path Effects on Localized Deformation in Steel Alloys 2005-01-0081
A numerical approach to simulate texture evolution in BCC sheet materials subjected to complex forming strain paths is demonstrated. Drawing-quality (DQ) steel sheet is deformed experimentally through the application of a two-stage, orthogonal strain path. Bulk texture measurements before and after the test capture the crystallographic orientations. Both the undeformed bulk texture and the strain path are used as input for a finite element (FE)/grain model, which defines a unit cell that characterizes micro-structural material behavior. The simulated texture evolution after deformation is then compared with experimental data, and found to be in good agreement.
Citation: Inal, K., Neale, K., Hamelin, C., Pilkey, A. et al., "Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Strain-Path Effects on Localized Deformation in Steel Alloys," SAE Technical Paper 2005-01-0081, 2005, https://doi.org/10.4271/2005-01-0081. Download Citation
K. Inal, K. Neale, C. J. Hamelin, A. K. Pilkey, B. J. Diak
Université de Sherbrooke, Queen's University
SAE 2005 World Congress & Exhibition
Sheet/Hydro/Gas Forming Technology and Modeling 2005-SP-1953, SAE 2005 Transactions Journal of Materials and Manufacturing-V114-5