Finite element analysis of the deformation behaviour of pure aluminium in repetitive corrugation-straightening and constrained groove pressing
Sadeghi, B. M.
International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management
598 - 609
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Repetitive corrugation-straightening (RCS) and constrained groove pressing (CGP) are two promising severe plastic deformation techniques for sheet metallic materials. There are differences in amount of imposed plastic strain, hence, it is important to compare the deformation mode in these two techniques. In the present paper, the effect of RCS and CGP on the deformation behaviour of pure aluminium is studied. The effective parameters are analysed using finite element analysis (FEA) for one pass of deformation. The computer simulations are carried using DEFORM-3D and to verify the FEA results, a comparison with previous literatures is made. It is observed that filling ratio of the die is higher for CGP. Additionally, the deformed work-piece endured more plastic strain in CGP and the effective strain is more homogenously distributed in this technique.
Constrained groove pressing
Finite element analysis
Repetitive corrugation and straightening
Severe plastic deformation