Finite Element Analysis of Springback of High-Strength Metal SCGA1180DUB While U-Channeling, According to Wall Angle and Die Radius [post]

Samet Karabulut, İsmail Esen
2021 unpublished
Springback is a problem as important as tearing or thinning, while forming high-strength sheets. Springback is an undesirable situation and it is the form difference between the desired form of a part in theory and the form obtained due to mechanical characteristics and process inputs of the material after die forming. It affects operations in shearing, punching or bending dies in subsequent operations in forming die sets. If the part is not within the desired tolerance range, it creates
more » ... , it creates problems during assembly. In order for cost effective production plans for automotive parts to be made, suitable sheet forming simulations are needed. Waste of time and failures during die construction are minimized by defining accurate parameters by finite element analyses and minimizing periods of trial-and-error. In this study, the material SCGA1180DUB in sheet thickness of 0.8 mm from multi-phase steel sheet group was U-channeled, using Autoform sheet forming analysis program, according to appropriate process conditions having wall angles of 7°,10°,12° and die radius values of R3, R5, R8 and the springback values were estimated. The results obtained were compared through the finite element program and suitable wall angle and die radius values for the material SCGA1180DUB for forming advanced high-strength sheets were determined. As the die radii increased at the same wall angles, the amount of spring back increased significantly. In particular, due to high yield and tensile strength of multi-phase high strength sheet, springback values were observed to be high. Negative springbacks were observed in the roof of the part. In the same die radii, under the same process conditions, as wall angles increase, springback values decreased. In the literature, it is interesting that there are few studies regarding forming, springback of high-strength sheets SCGA1180DUB. This study will contribute to the literature. Autoform program was used for Finite Element Analysis.
doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-517616/v1 fatcat:2o32auijmng6nayen6xxzoox4m