Numerical Modelling and Simulation of Metal Processing
Sommitsch, Christof (editor)
This book deals with metal processing and its numerical modelling and simulation. In total, 21 papers from different distinguished authors have been compiled in this area. Various processes are addressed, including solidification, TIG welding, additive manufacturing, hot and cold rolling, deep drawing, pipe deformation, and galvanizing. Material models are developed at different length scales from atomistic simulation to finite element analysis in order to describe the evolution and behavior of materials during thermal and thermomechanical treatment. Materials under consideration are carbon, Q&T, DP, and stainless steels; ductile iron; and aluminum, nickel-based, and titanium alloys. The developed models and simulations shall help to predict structure evolution, damage, and service behavior of advanced materials.
Keywordsall-position automatic tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding; optimal welding parameters; response surface method (RSM); lap joint; weld bead geometry; tin alloy; modified embedded-atom method; molecular dynamics simulation; phase transformation; diffusion; numerical simulation; cellular automaton; dendritic grain growth; quantitative prediction; plasticity forming; cold roll-beating forming; process parameter; multi-objective optimization; undermatched; integrity identification; XFEM; fracture toughness calculation method; microstructure; tensile properties; intermetallics; casting; dual phase steel; hot dip galvanizing line; multivariate analysis; dilatometry; selective laser melting; additive manufacturing; SLM; FEM; Al2O3; reinforced; Al2O3-ZrO2; 304; stainless; composite; aluminium alloy; EN AW-6060; precipitation hardening aluminium alloys; material model; heating; cooling; flow cures; LS-DYNA; molecular dynamics; nano-cutting; crystal direction; γ-TiAl alloy; stacking fault; flow stress; hot deformation; carbon steel; continuous cooling; phase transformations; rupture disc; finite element analysis; burst fracture; mechanical property; austenitic stainless steel; stress triaxiality; material damage; FEM simulation; ultrasonic drawing; titanium wire; drawing force; Mises stress; contact stress; work hardening; deep drawing; limiting drawing ratio (LDR); draw radius; anisotropy; finite element method; stainless steels; plastic deformation; mechanical properties; quarter buckle; roll stack deflection; strip material flow; roll contour optimisation; hot-rolled stainless steel; model fitting; optimization; metal casting; SGI; compass search; NEWUOA; genetic algorithm; particle swarm optimization; additive manufacture; Ti-6Al-4V; temperature distribution; distortion; residual stress; experimental validation; cylindrical cup; earing; thermal modeling; volumetric heat source; computational efficiency
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues