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Numerical prediction of process-dependent properties of high-performance Ti6Al4 in LS-DYNA
In modern manufacturing processes such as hot forming or additive manufacturing, the workpiece material undergoes very complex thermomechanical load cycles. The local mechanical properties in the component are process-dependent and the result of the different micro-structure evolution mechanisms in the material. Numerical process simulation tools aim to include more and more of these mechanisms in order to improve the accuracy of the simulations. The mechanical strength of high-performancedoi:10.25518/esaform21.1496 fatcat:xdrmv4ndxvctvlqagmgskzoytq