Formability Analysis of Crca-IS2 Sheet to Eliminates the Defects during Deep Draw
Metal forming operations in industries are performed by the sheet metal processes. In sheet metal work deep drawing plays a major role to form the desired shapes. Improper design process leads to defected parts which are not acceptable due to ergonomics as well as aesthetics. Enormous defects during drawing have been discussed in the literature. FEA of sheet metal drawing was performed by using a blank. During the drawing operation wrinkling and tearing were observed experimentally. FEA as an effective tool has been concluded for this technique.The results will help in optimizing the process by changing the input parameters and help the industry to perform hit and trial on simulator rather than virtual environment.
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