Characterization of Advanced High Strength Steel Sheets in View of the Numerical Prediction of Sidewall Curl 2012-01-2326
In this study, a procedure for characterizing advanced high strength steel sheets is presented in view of determining the material parameters for constitutive models that can be used for accurate prediction of springback and sidewall curl.
The mechanical properties of DP980 and TRIP780 sheets were obtained experimentally, and their cyclic tension-compression behaviour was modeled with the Chaboche nonlinear kinematic hardening model and the Yoshida-Uemori two-surface plasticity model that are implemented in LS-DYNA. The unloading moduli were determined from monotonic tension tests at various prestrain levels. An inverse approach based on linear and quadratic response surfaces created by Sequential Strategy with Domain Reduction (SRSM) methodology using LS-OPT software was used and investigated to identify specific material parameters in each constitutive model.
It was found that the quadratic meta-model with a quadratic approximation of history variables was able to accurately reproduce the cyclic stress-strain data when multiple tension-compression cycles are considered.
Citation: ARYANPOUR, A., Rodzik, M., Green, D., Van Tyne, C. et al., "Characterization of Advanced High Strength Steel Sheets in View of the Numerical Prediction of Sidewall Curl," SAE Int. J. Mater. Manf. 6(1):90-98, 2013, https://doi.org/10.4271/2012-01-2326. Download Citation
Ali ARYANPOUR, Matthew Rodzik, Daniel Green, Chester Van Tyne, Lee Rothleutner
Univ of Windsor, Narmco Corp, Colorado School of Mines
SAE International Journal of Materials and Manufacturing-V122-5, SAE International Journal of Materials and Manufacturing-V122-5EJ