Modeling Forming Limit in Low Stress Triaxiality and Predicting Stretching Failure in Draw Simulation by an Improved Ductile Failure Criterion 2018-01-0801
A ductile failure criterion (DFC), which defines the stretching failure at localized necking (LN) and treats the critical damage as a function of strain path and initial sheet thickness, was proposed in a previous study. In this study, the DFC is revisited to extend the model to the low stress triaxiality domain and demonstrates on modeling forming limit curve (FLC) of TRIP 690. Then, the model is used to predict stretching failure in a finite element method (FEM) simulation on a TRIP 690 steel rectangular cup draw process at room temperature. Comparison shows that the results from this criterion match quite well with experimental observations.
Citation: Sheng, Z. and Mallick, P., "Modeling Forming Limit in Low Stress Triaxiality and Predicting Stretching Failure in Draw Simulation by an Improved Ductile Failure Criterion," SAE Int. J. Mater. Manf. 11(4):2018, https://doi.org/10.4271/2018-01-0801. Download Citation
ZiQiang Sheng, Pankaj Mallick
General Motors LLC, University of Michigan-Dearborn
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SAE International Journal of Materials and Manufacturing-V127-5EJ